LokSound 4.0 OEM Sounds

Here you can find project files for our LokSound V4.0 decoders that are made for certain, selected locomotives from various manufacturers. Our decoders in combination with these files are either factory-preinstalled or the locomotive was designed "sound friendly" for the usage of our decoders. Please use the latest LokProgrammer Software V4 to download these files to the decoder.

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  •   RhB Gem 4/4

    For use under wire as a standard electric loco and to push snow plow Swiss Rhetian Railway (RhB) ordered two hybrid diesel electric locos Gem 4/4 in 1968. A 12 cylinder Cummins diesel motor generates the energy for the four electric traction motors. In both mode of operation the locos reach a maximum speed of 65 km/h.

    Article number(s): 93831
    Manufacturer: Bemo
    Last change: 11.05.2015

    Functions

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    Lightlight front on / off
    F1drive sound (fan)2267128
    F2drive sound (diesel)1259128
    F3whistle long3275128
    F4short whistle10331128
    F5compressor6299128
    F6acceleration/brake time, shunting mode/shunting speed
    F7curve squeal1133985
    F8diesel motor 2 (snowblower operation)4283128
    F9compressed air let off7307128
    F10conductor's signal9323128
    F11coupler clank5291128
    F12brake release1234780
    F13Soundfader
    F14station announcement #115371128
    F15station announcement #217387128
    F16station announcement #319403128
    F17station announcement #422427128
    F18station announcement #513355128
    F19radio conversation #116379128
    F20radio conversation #218395128
    F21radio conversation #320411128
    F22radio conversation #421419128
    F23radio conversation #523435128
    F24adio conversation #624443128
    F25radio conversation #714363128
    F26deactive brake squeal sound

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   RhB Tm 2/2 20

    In 1962 Swiss Rhetian Railway ordered two diesel electric shunting locomotives Tm 2/2 at Raco/SLM. In 1990 the locos received new Cummins 4BT 3.9 84 HP prime movers and RhB re-numbered them 19 and 20.

    Article number(s): 91478
    Manufacturer: Bemo
    Last change: 11.05.2015

    Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    Lightfront light on/off
    F1sound on/off1259128
    F2horn3275128
    F3radio conversation #17307128
    F4loco under load (shift mode)
    F5coupler clank8315128
    F6acceleration/brake time, shunting mode/shunting speed
    F7radio conversation #210331128
    F8cab light
    F9radio conversation #313355128
    F10radio conversation #414363128
    F11curve squeal sound on/off15371100
    F12rail clank sound on/off17387100
    F13brake release/set brake24443128
    F14open/ close side window11339128
    F15roller chain sound on/off2267128
    F16open/close door12347128
    F17radio conversation #523435128
    F18radio conversation #616379128
    F19windscreen wiper (hand-operated)6299128
    F20open/ close rear window/ middle window932350
    F21radio conversation #718395128
    F22radio conversation #819403128
    F23radio conversation #922427128
    F24radio conversation #104283128
    F25radio conversation #112141980
    F26deactivate brake squeal sound
    F27soundfader
    F28radio conversation #1220411128

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   GE 4/4 III

    Article number(s): 91440
    Manufacturer: Bemo
    Last change: 11.05.2015

    Sound sample / Functions

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    LightFront light
    F1Sound on/off1259
    F2Airhorn 13275
    F3Airhorn 24283
    F4Airhorn 1 kurz5291
    F5Airhorn 2 kurz6299
    F6Acceleration/brake time, Shuting Mode/Shunting speed
    F7Kuppeln7307
    F8Türe öffnen/schließen8315
    F9Motorenlüfter Stufe 19323
    F10Motorenlüfter Stufe 210331
    F11Motorenlüfter Stufe 311339
    F12Bahnhofsdurchsage 1 12347
    F13Bahnhofsdurchsage 213355
    F14Schaffnerfpiff14363

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   BR 261

    After Millenium the German State Railway (DB) need to order new locos to replace old fashioned shunting locos of Classes 362 - 365 (former BR V60) and 290 - 295 (former BR V90). The German Voith Turbo Lokomotivtechnik GmbH & Co KG developed the BR261 diesel locomotive. The prime mover of version 10BB is MTU 8V 4000 R42 and develops 1000 kW at 1800 rpm. With a maximum speed of 100 km/h and a tractive power of 258 kN the BR261 is used in heavy shunting service as well as for mid range freight service on main and branch lines. DB ordered 130 locos, but manufacturer Voith assembled some more locos to use in German leasing fleets. Because of different equipment concerning emission standard the class had been splitted into BR 260 and 261.

    Article number(s): 21414
    Manufacturer: ESU
    Last change: 05.05.2015

    Sound sample / Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    Lightfront light on/off
    F1drive sound on/off1, 2, 20259, 267, 411108, 128, 12
    F2high pitched airhorn3275128
    F3smokeunit
    F4coupler831570
    F5light of FS1
    F6light off FS2
    F7cablight
    F8shunting mode-/light
    F9low pitched airhorn4283128
    F10high beam
    F11radio message #17307128
    F12curve squeal sound off/on
    F13twin airhorn signal3, 4275, 283128, 128
    F14dashboard illumination
    F15compressed air let off9323128
    F16radio message #214363128
    F17loco brake release/set brake1335565
    F18train brake release/set brake1839565
    F19dead-man's vigilance device - enforced braking - failure24443128
    F20sanding valve1133950
    F21radio message #321419128
    F22radio message #422427128
    F23rail clank17387110

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   ÖBB Talent

    Electric Railcar ÖBB Talent BR 4024

    The 140 km/h fast electric motor coaches of the Talent series also run in the suburban traffic of the greater Linz region (Austria). The trains delivered by Bombardier to the ÖBB in 2007 have proven to be worthwhile but many passengers bemoan the loss of the old coaches due to their more comfortable seats and better riding comfort. In the meantime, ÖBB have responded to some points of criticism. For example, the noise of heating and air-conditioning systems has been turned down; in addition, arm rests and also somewhat softer seats have been installed.

    Article number(s): 17450, 17473
    Manufacturer: BRAWA
    Last change: 29.04.2015

    Sound sample / Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    LightFront light, AUX2
    F1Sound on/off, s-loop1, 10259, 331
    F2airhorn #13275
    F3door7307
    F4station announcement5291
    F5conductor's signal6299
    F6Acceleration/brake time, Shuting Mode/Shunting speed
    F7airhorn #24283
    F8sanding8315
    F9pantograph9323
    F12Front light, Rear light

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   Talent 644

    The various railcars Talent are often called the “regional ICE” because of the way they look. The front ends of the ICE and Talent are very similar in looks, which is probably no accident, because an appealing appearance is always a good sales argument. 644 series diesel-electric railcars were delivered before the diesel-mecha-nical 643 series “Talents”. They are designed for municipal railway services around Cologne and have 1,000 kW engine power (compared with the 643’s 570 kW). In combination with electric power transmission, this enables very good acceleration of 1.0 m/s, and the top speed of 120 km/h matches that of the 643. The 644s are almost 4 m longer and have twice as many doors as the 643 to ensure smooth passenger flows.

    Article number(s): 17436, 17472
    Manufacturer: BRAWA
    Last change: 29.04.2015

    Sound sample / Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    LightFront light
    F1Sound on/off1259
    F2airhorn3275
    F3station announcement8315
    F4door open/close4283
    F5conductor's signal7307
    F6Acceleration/brake time, Shuting Mode/Shunting speed
    F7sanding6299
    F8Diesel notch up/down
    F9short airhorn5291
    F10

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   E73

    electric locomotive EG1 of the Royal Bavarian Stat Railroad, aka E73

    The two Bavarian EG 4 X 1/1 still existed after the First World War and had been taken over by the Deutsche Reichsbahn district management of Bavaria. After 1923 the complex designation was replaced by a simple EG 1 and after 1926 they were then allocated the E 73 series for the DRG. Both locomotives were always based in Freilassing, in addition to their regular route they were also used for shunting purposes in Salzburg. At the DRG they were obviously very satisfied as well, as the locomotives were only removed from service in 1937 and 1941. One of the two locomotives was converted to a snowplough and it remained in service for many, many years.

    Article number(s): 17449, 17471
    Manufacturer: BRAWA
    Last change: 29.04.2015

    Sound sample / Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    LightFront light
    F1Sound on/off1259
    F2airhorn3275
    F3bell6299
    F4coupler4283
    F5conductor's signal7307
    F6Acceleration/brake time, Shuting Mode/Shunting speed
    F7sanding5291
    F8pantograph8315
    F9short airhorn signal9323
    F10oil cooler fan10331
    F11compressor11339
    F12Front light, Rear light

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   Württembergische T5

    steam locomotive, type 2-6-2; aka DRG BR75

    Article number(s): 17432, 17470
    Manufacturer: BRAWA
    Last change: 29.04.2015

    Sound sample / Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    LightFront light, dynamo8315
    F1Sound on/off1259
    F2whistle4283
    F3bell3275
    F4AUX1, injector7307
    F5short whistle signal9323
    F6Acceleration/brake time, Shuting Mode/Shunting speed
    F7air pump5291
    F8conductor's signal10331

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   G 4/5

    steam loco G 4/5 H of the Royal Bavarian State Railroad, aka DRG BR 56.8; type 2-8-0, 4 cylinders

    It was the largest, most powerful and most modern German locomotive with this wheel arrangement. The last ones were taken our of service in 1947. Now the G 4/5 H is making its comeback as a Brawa H0 gauge model in two versions with fascinating details. High quality: chassis, wheels and rigging in die-cast zinc. Affectionate: details such as a fully functioning drive train, true-to-original back boiler plate, driver and stoker in the cab, driver´s cab light, doors that open and close, real coal for the tender. Audible and visible extras: sound and smoke generator, either built-in or as a retrofit option.

    The G 4/5 H is a convincing model with true-to-original details such as fittings and attachement, lights, paintwork and lettering. It´s the details that make the difference. The Bavarian model has 3 rim lights, number plates on the side of the boiler and one rear light on the tender. Boiler, driver´s cab and tender painted in green, the wheels in red.

    Article number(s): 17433, 17469
    Manufacturer: BRAWA
    Last change: 29.04.2015

    Sound sample / Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    LightFront light
    F1Sound on/off, boiler noise1, 10259, 331
    F2whistle3275
    F3short whistle signal11339
    F4AUX1
    F5injector6299
    F6Acceleration/brake time, Shuting Mode/Shunting speed
    F7air pump8315
    F8AUX2
    F9water pump7307
    F10coal shoveling4283
    F11safety valve9323
    F12blow out5291

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   RhB Gmf 4/4

    For traction of trains for construction areas Swiss Rhetian Railway (RhB) ordered two diesel electric Gmf 4/4 242 and 243 at German manufacturer Kaelble-Gmeinder. The four axle locos are driven by a Caterpillar 12 cylinder prime mover 3412 DI-TA and reach a maximum speed of 60 km/h.

    Article number(s): 91484
    Manufacturer: Bemo
    Last change: 11.03.2015

    Functions

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    Lightfront light on/off
    F1sound on/off1259128
    F2airhorn3275128
    F3fan5291128
    F4cab light
    F5blinking light
    F6acceleration/brake time, shunting mode/shunting speed/shunting lights
    F7radio conversation #17307128
    F8radio conversation #220411128
    F9radio conversation #313355128
    F10radio conversation #414363128
    F11curve squeal sound on/off15371100
    F12rail clank sound on/off17387100
    F13set brake/release brake932340
    F14coupler clank8315128
    F15short airhorn signal24443128
    F16open/close door1234790
    F17vacuum pump1133958
    F18radio conversation #516379128
    F19radio conversation #623435128
    F20radio conversation #710331128
    F21radio conversation #818395128
    F22radio conversation #919403128
    F23radio conversation #1022427128
    F24radio conversation #114283128
    F25radio conversation #122141980
    F26deactivate brake squeal sound
    F27sound fader
    F28dead-man's vigilance device629950

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   FP 220-041

    In early 1950s young German Federal Railway (DB) introduced four axle two motor dieselhydraulic V200. The loco is powered by two 12 cylinder 1100 HP diesel made by Daimler-Benz, MAN or mostly a MD650 made by Maybach. For use in passenger service all locos received steam heating equipment by Hagenuk. With its maximum speed of 140 km/h the locos were used for multi purpose. After around 30 years DB discharged the locos. 13 locos went to Italian users, seven were sold to swiss SBB for traction of work trains.

    Article number(s): 93483
    Manufacturer: Essemme
    Last change: 25.02.2015

    Functions

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    Lightfront light
    F1Motor #1 + Motor #2
    F2airhorn
    F3smokeunit
    F4cablight
    F5FS1 lights off
    F6FS2 lights off
    F7panellight
    F8shunting mode + Motor #2 off
    F9maschine room lights
    F10compressor
    F11station announcement #1
    F12curve squeal off
    F13coupler clank
    F14trainheater
    F15compressed air let off
    F16conductors signal
    F17station announcement #1
    F18short air horn
    F19fast train brake
    F20sanding valve
    F21shunting mode, acceleration breake time off

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   BR218

    The classes (BR) 215 and 218 diesel locomotives of the Western German Railway (DB) are used in mixed service since 1968. 218 101 to 194, 218 242 to 288 were equipped with a 12 cylinder 4 stroke main Diesel from MAN that was later called MTU 12 V 956 TB10 that generates 2500 HP. The 2800 HP version of this motor is called MTU 12 V 956 TB11. In the late 1980s the exhaust system of BR 218 with the 12 V motor had been optimized. Since 1995 many of the 218 are equipped with motors called "MTU 12 V 956 TB11 NEU". The technical data stayed nearly the same but the exhaust detoxication improved again.

    Article number(s): 94803
    Manufacturer: Tillig
    Last change: 19.01.2015

    Sound sample / Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    LightFront light
    F1Sound on/off1, 21259, 419105, 65
    F2airhorn #1327598
    F3airhorn #25291115
    F4Acceleration/brake time, Shuting Mode/Shunting speed
    F5red light off
    F6shunting light
    F7compressor6299128
    F8curve squeal1537180
    F9valve9323128
    F10conductor signal1033178
    F11coupler8315100
    F12sanding1133995
    F13brake release19403128
    F14station announcement #117387128
    F15airhorn #1 short16379128
    F16door open/close18395128
    F17railclank7, 13307, 355128, 128
    F18station announcement #220411128
    F19airhorn #2 short12347128

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   BR 38 / P8

    The Prussian P8 locos probably is the best known German steam loco ever. At nearly any German territory P8 (later BR 38.10-40) locos had been used often for more than 50 years. The dependable two cylinder locos delivered 1180 HP and reached a maximum speed of 100 km/h. After WW II 1200 locos stayed at DB, another 700 at DR. P8 also had been used in Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Austria, Poland, Rumania, Czechoslovakia and Turkeye.

    Article number(s): 94809
    Manufacturer: Tillig
    Last change: 19.01.2015

    Sound sample / Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    LightFront light, dynamo1940335
    F1Sound on/off1, 2, 24259, 267, 443128, 128, 80
    F2medium pitched whistle3275128
    F3short whistle16379128
    F4bell4283128
    F5airpump629938
    F6Acceleration/brake time, Shuting Mode/Shunting speed
    F7curve squeal on/off1537175
    F8dynamo off/on
    F9blow out9323128
    F10conductors signal1033165
    F11coupler sound8315110
    F12sanding1133932
    F13brake set1335580
    F14station announcement #1730780
    F15coal shoveling529150
    F16safety valve12347128
    F17rail clank sound on/off1738780
    F18dumping1436390
    F19deactivate brake squeal sound
    F20station announcement #21839590
    F21water pump2141963
    F222041175
    F23
    F24station announcement #32343590

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   BR 99.61

    Steam locomotive Baureihe 99.61

    Article number(s): 94808
    Manufacturer: Tillig
    Last change: 19.01.2015

    Sound sample / Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    Lightfront light, dynamo1940310
    F1sound on/off1, 2, 24259, 267, 443128, 128, 128
    F2whistle3275128
    F3short whistle signal16379128
    F4bell4283128
    F5airpump629950
    F6acceleration/brake time, shunting mode/shunting speed
    F7curve squeal sound on/off1537160
    F8dynamo off/on
    F9cylinder blow out9323128
    F10conductor's signal1033190
    F11coupler clank831575
    F12sanding valve1133920
    F13brake set (release automatically)1335580
    F14station announcement #17307100
    F15coal shoveling529150
    F16safety valve12347128
    F17railclank sound on/off17387100
    F18dumping1436395
    F19deactivate brake squeal sound
    F20station announcement #222427100
    F21station announcement #323435100
    F22injector2041180
    F23soundfader

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •    Nohab

    In the early 1950s swedish NoHAB Corporation had built EMD locos as licence product s for European market. The locos called NoHABs had been used for passenger and freight service in Belgium, Denmark, Hungary, Luxemburg and Norway. After exmatriculation at the state railways, many of the locos had been sold to private owners and came e.g. to Germany. The locos are driven by a 16 cyl. 2 stroke diesel engine and reach a maximum speed of 135 km/h.
    (the language and the airhorns are selectable via CV 48 (Belgium = 0, Hungary = 1, Sweden = 2, Germany = 3).

    Article number(s): 94805
    Manufacturer: Tillig
    Last change: 19.01.2015

    Sound sample / Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    Lightfront light
    F1sound on/off1259128
    F2airhorn (belgian-hungarian-swedish airhorn selectable via CV48)3275128
    F3whistle4283128
    F4fan529185
    F5compressor6299128
    F6acceleration/brake time, shuting mode/shunting speed
    F7curve squeal1537190
    F8AUX1
    F9compressed air let off9323128
    F10conductor's signal10331100
    F11coupler clank8315100
    F12sanding valve1133945
    F13brake release / brake set1335590
    F14station announcement (belgian-hungarian-swedish-german language selectable via CV48)7307128
    F15short airhorn (belgian-hungarian-swedish airhorn selectable via CV48)16379128
    F16open / close door12347128
    F17rail clank1738792
    F18deactivate brake squeal sound
    F19diesel manual notching up
    F20diesel manual notching down
    F21short whistle19403128
    F22switch flange1839592

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   EHG388

    Until the end of the 1950-ies the DB employed 1960 auxiliary emergency vehicles containing tools and materials, which were engaged in case of accidents such as derailments. These vehicles were reconstructed old coaches. For standardisation purposes the DB then developed jointly with the BZA (Bundesbahnzentralamt), the central design and approval authority of the DB in Minden, a standard support vehicle for emergency services. It was based on the express freight car MDyg and the upper bodies of two auxiliary passenger coaches MCi 43, which were mounted onto two four axle bogies of American design. A total of 100 coaches have been constructed between 1962 and 1966. As from 1969 the lattice side walls were replaced by high density fibre boards. Since era IV the coaches are listed as EHG 388. Except for the livery most of the coaches remained unchanged.

    Article number(s): 21600
    Manufacturer: ESU
    Last change: 17.12.2014

    Functions

    Functions (LokPilot)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    LightLight
    F1LCD Mode
    F2LCD Hold
    F3Workinglight Left
    F4Workinglight Left
    F5FS1 lights off
    F6FS2 lights off
    F7innerlights
    F8LCD Reset
    F9LCD Backlight
  •   V 100

    The diesel locomotive V100 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB) had been developed in the late 1950s to replace the Prussian steam locos BR 38.10-40, BR 55 and 78. The locos had 12 cylinder four stroke motors with 1100 HP of MAN, Mercedes-Benz or Maybach. A pair of those motors also worked in the famous V200. The DB found out that the motors were not strong enough for some service so the DB ordered a stronger version of the V100.10 (later numbered as BR 211) named V100.20 (later BR 212). The 212 had a larger cooling system in the long hood and were slightly longer than the 211. They were powered by 1350 HP diesel motors of Mercedes-Benz or MAN. If a motor change had been necessary the motors had been replaced by MTU’s MB 12 V 652 TA. Both V100 types had been equipped with a 2 cyl. diesel motor to develop the electrical energy for the loco while the main diesel motor had not been working. The locos had a horn and a bell. PLEASE NOTE: You can not change the Sound of this KM-1 V100 Version

    Article number(s): 71523
    Manufacturer: KM1
    Last change: 17.12.2014

    Sound sample / Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    LightFront light
    F1Sound on/off1, 21259, 419128, 37
    F2high pitched airhorn3275128
    F3low pitched airhorn23435128
    F4smoke
    F5ventilator529170
    F6Acceleration/brake time, Shuting Mode/Shunting speed
    F7cablight
    F8conductor signal1033170
    F9radio message #1730740
    F10compressor629960
    F11red light off
    F12loco heating1940350
    F13railclank17, 18387, 39547
    F14brake release1335550
    F15bell428380
    F16coupler front831535
    F17coupler rear831535
    F18curve squeal1537185
    F191133920
    F20932340
    F21radio message #21436340
    F22dumping2041145

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •    V 200.1

    Diesellok V200.1 der Deutschen Bundesbahn DB.

    Diese Projektdatei ist speziell abgestimmt für die Verwendung im Spur 0 Modell der Firma Modellbahnwerkstatt (MBW)

    Article number(s): 96508
    Manufacturer: MBW
    Last change: 08.12.2014

    Sound sample / Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    Lightfront light FS1
    F1rear light FS2
    F2coupler6, 8299, 31555, 110
    F3motor #11, 2, 21259, 267, 41980, 118, 80
    F4airhorn3275128
    F5acceleration/brake time, shunting mode/shunting speed16379128
    F6cab light
    F7motor #22, 21267, 419118, 80
    F8station announcement #17307128
    F9locomotive heating system1940325
    F10conductor's signal10331128
    F11curve squeal15371128
    F12sand1133945
    F13locomotive brake release/brake set1335570
    F14 station announcement #214363128
    F15short airhorn signal16379128
    F16open/close door12347110
    F17rail clank17387100
    F18compressor629955
    F19train brake release/brake set2242770
    F20emergency brake2041170
    F21compressed air let off9323128

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   V 60

    ESU V60

    Zu Beginn der 1950er-Jahre musste die junge Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB) ihre Lokomotivflotte erneuern. Neben Streckenloks kamen auch Rangierloks auf die Reißbretter. Für den leichten Rangierdienst gab es etwa 500 Exemplare der Kleinloks der Typen Kö/Köf. Die modernsten, speziell für den leichten und mittelschweren Verschiebedienst beschafften Einheits-Dampflok-Baureihen BR 80 und 81 waren nur in einer bescheidenen Stückzahl von zusammen 27 Exemplaren vorhanden. Den schweren Rangierdienst übernahmen abgehalfterte Streckenloks der BR 55 und 57 und die wackeren mehrheitlich preußischen BR 94. Dazu kamen aus Wehrmachtsbeständen noch 25 V20 und 70 V36. Da viele Strecken und noch mehr Rangierbahnhöfe noch nicht mit Fahrleitung überspannt waren, tat die Beschaffung einer neuen Diesellok Not.
    Nach den guten Erfahrungen mit den dreiachsigen V36, deren Achsen mit Kuppelstangen verbunden waren, stand eine ebenfalls dreiachsige (der besseren Übersicht halber), aber mit einem Mittelführerstand versehene Lok auf dem Wunschzettel der DB.

    1953 schlossen sich die Fahrzeughersteller Maschinenbau AG (MaK), Gmeinder, Henschel, Jung, Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz, Krupp und Maschinenfabrik Esslingen unter Federführung des Bundesbahn-Zentralamt (BZA) München zur Arbeitsgemeinschaft für die Entwicklung der V60-Diesellokomotive der Deutschen Bundesbahn (AGM V60) zusammen.

    Die Arbeitsgruppe hatte zunächst ermittelt, dass die Motorleistung zum Bestehen der geforderten Aufgaben ungefähr bei 600 PS liegen müsse, wodurch sich die Bezeichnung V60 ableitet. Im Lastenheft stand eine Lokomotive, mit der der größte Teil des leichten Rangierdienstes abzudecken wäre. Bei den Streckendiesellokomotiven V80 und V200 hatte sich der Gelenkwellenantrieb bewährt, doch aufgrund der mangelnden Erfahrung mit einem dreifach gelagerten Antrieb entschied man sich für das von der V36 bekannte Antriebsprinzip mit Kuppelstangen und Blindwelle.

    Das Fahrwerk sollte so ausgelegt sein, dass eine maximale Achslast von 16 Tonnen nicht überschritten wurde, damit die Maschine ihre Arbeit auch auf sich in schlechtem Zustand befindlichen Neben- und Anschlussgleisen verrichten konnte. Als Maximalgeschwindigkeit im Streckengang waren 60 km/h gefordert, womit die Lok genau so schnell war, wie die damals üblichen Durchgangsgüterzüge, und die zulässige Geschwindigkeit auf Nebenstrecken ausnutzte. Auch auf eine narrensichere Bedienung hat der Auftraggeber bestanden. Mit einem Treibraddurchmesser von 1250 mm ergab sich bei 60 km/h eine Radumdrehungszahl von 255 U/min, womit die Entwickler im für Stangenantriebe üblichen Rahmen blieben. Man kann vom heutigen Standpunkt sagen, dass man sich bei der V60 auf keinerlei Experimente eingelassen hatte.
    Der ebenfalls zur Ausstattung gehörende kohlegefeuerte Warmhalteofen (Dofa-Ofen) diente nicht zum Vorheizen der Züge, sondern lediglich zum Warmhalten der abgestellten V60. Da die Kohle für den Ofen per Hand eingefüllt werden musste, ging die DB für Loks bis zur dritten Nachbauserie dazu über, ölgefeuerte Sturzbrenner der Firma Hagenuk einzubauen. Da weiterhin der Brennraum des Dofa-Ofens genutzt wurde, lassen sich die Loks mit den unterschiedlichen Warmhaltegeräten äußerlich nicht unterscheiden. Loks ab der 4. Nachbauserie erhielten ab Werk einen ölgefeuerten Warmwasserkessel, der einen runden Querschnitt hat, womit sich die Loks deutlich von den Vorgängerserien unterscheiden.

    Ab den 1990er-Jahren ersetzte die DB die Öfen durch mit Fremdstrom betriebene Warmhaltegeräte, wodurch die Öfen am vorderen Ende unterhalb des rechten Umlaufs entfielen. Weitere äußerliche Änderungen waren der Einbau von Indusimagneten ab Mitte der 1960er-Jahre sowie ab 1985 die Ausrüstung der Mehrzahl der Loks mit automatischen Kupplungen. Den fünf ab 1955 gelieferten Vorauslokomotiven folgten verteilt auf fünf Nachbauserien bis April 1964 weitere 937 Maschinen. Die Vorausloks unterscheiden sich sowohl untereinander, als auch von den äußerlich weitgehend identisch ausgeführten Nachbauserien.

    DB-intern werden die Serienmaschinen in leichte und schwere Loks unterteilt. Äußerlich unterscheiden sich beide Typen nicht. Die 54 t auf die Waage bringende schwere Ausführung besitzt einen stärker dimensionierten Rahmen als die nur 48 t wiegenden leichten Loks. Zunächst trugen die leichten Loks drei-, die schweren vierstellige Ordnungsnummern. Mit Einführung der computergerechten Bezeichnungen im Jahre 1968 erhielten die leichten Loks die Baureihennummer BR 260, die schweren wurden als BR 261 geführt.

    Bis in die frühen 1980er-Jahre mussten die Loks beider Baureihen mit als Lokführer ausgebildetem Personal besetzt werden. Die den Kleinloks zugeteilten Kö-Typen durften dagegen auch von speziell geschultem Rangierpersonal bedient werden, was geringere Personalkosten zur Folge hatte. Durch eine 1987 durchgeführte Umzeichnung der Loks in die Baureihen 360 und 361 teilte die DB die Maschinen den Kleinloks zu und schuf für die als Lokpersonal ausgebildeten Rangierer die Berufsbezeichnung Lok-Rangier-Führer. Die mit Automatischer Kupplung (AK) und Funkfernsteuerung ausgerüsteten Maschinen erhielten die Bezeichnung 364 (leichte Bauart) und 365 (schwere Bauart).
    Die BR 362 und 363 entstanden erst ab 1992 und bezeichnen Loks, die mit dem Caterpillar-Motor 3412 DI-TA anstatt des originalen Maybach GTO 6 / GTO 6A ausgerüstet wurden. Andere in einzelnen Loks erprobte Motoren waren stückzahlenmäßig nicht relevant.

    Die mittlerweile bei nahezu allen Maschinen fast 50 Jahre betragende Einsatzdauer zeigt, dass es sich bei der V60 um eine glückliche Konstruktion handelt. Laut dem Stand - Sommer 2012 - befinden sich noch 405 Maschinen der Baureihen 360 bis 365 im Bestand der DB, privater Betreiber oder bei Museumsbahnen.

    Haupttätigkeitsfeld der V60-Typen war von jeher der Rangierdienst, doch kamen die Loks auch stets mit Übergabezügen rund um den Kirchturm der jeweiligen Bahnbetriebswerke (Bw) zum Einsatz. Mangels Zugheizung waren Einsätze im Personenverkehr sehr selten, da es in diesem Fall einer Zugheizeinrichtung im Personenwagen bedurfte. Trotzdem gab es gerade in den 1960er-Jahren zahlreiche Direktionen, die die V60 vor mit Kohleöfen ausgestattete Donnerbüchsen spannten. Regelmäßige Personenzugeinsätze gab es in den Direktionen Augsburg, Nürnberg, Essen und Wuppertal.

    Nach der Wende 1990 hielten die West-V60 auch in den neuen Bundesländern Einzug. Und das, obwohl die DR vierachsige Rangierloks der Baureihen 105 und 106 mit ähnlichen Leistungsdaten im Bestand hatte. So taten in den 1990er-Jahren Loks der BR 364 und 365 in den Regionalbereichen Schwerin (Betriebhof Stralsund, Rostock, Pasewalk, Neustrelitz), Berlin (Bh Berlin-Pankow, Seddin, Cottbus), Erfurt (Bh Erfurt), Halle (Bh Leipzig Süd), Dresden (Bh Dresden, Chemnitz, Reichenbach) ihren Dienst.
    Fabrikneu wurden V60 an die belgischen (SNCB-NMBS), griechischen (CEH) sowie an die türkischen Staatsbahnen (TCDD) und nach Israel geliefert. Die zuverlässigen Loks waren nach ihrem Ausscheiden in Deutschland beliebte Exportartikel. So gelangten die Loks in die Schweiz, nach Norwegen, Jugoslawien, Italien und Algerien.

    Article number(s): 21406
    Manufacturer: ESU
    Last change: 26.11.2014

    Sound sample / Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    Lightdirectional headlight
    F1sound on / off1, 22259, 427128, 100
    F2high pitched airhorn3275108
    F3smoke generator
    F4digital coupler (automatic decoupling)831590
    F5no lights at cab #1
    F6no lights at cab #2
    F7directional cablights
    F8shunting illumination (german)21419100
    F9low airhorn4283128
    F10digital coupler (coupling)831590
    F11handbrake set / release18395100
    F12switch squeal off / on
    F13cold start (shift mode)
    F14dashboard illumination
    F15bell7307120
    F16preheating system 2444395
    F17locomotive brake release / set529190
    F18train brake release / set1234795
    F19inductive train protection (INDUSI)13355128
    F20sanding valve1133950
    F21compressor6299108
    F22radio message23435120
    F23rail clank sound19, 20403, 411120
    F24conductor's signal10331125

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

  •   V200.0

    In early 1950s young German Federal Railway (DB) introduced four axle two motor dieselhydraulic V200. The loco is powered by two 12 cylinder 1100 HP diesel made by Daimler-Benz, MAN or mostly a MD650 made by Maybach. For use in passenger service all locos received steam heating equipment by Hagenuk. With its maximum speed of 140 km/h the locos were used for multi purpose. After around 30 years DB discharged the locos. 13 locos went to Italian users, seven were sold to swiss SBB for traction of work trains.

    Article number(s): 21409
    Manufacturer: ESU
    Last change: 26.09.2014

    Sound sample / Functions

    Sound sample

    Functions (LokSound)

    Key Function Soundslots Volume CVs Volume value
    Lightfront light
    F1Motor #1 + Motor #21, 2259, 267128, 90
    F2airhorn3275128
    F3smokeunit
    F4cablight
    F5FS1 lights off
    F6FS2 lights off
    F7panellight
    F8shunting mode + Motor #2 off
    F9maschine room lights
    F10compressor629962
    F11station announcement #17307128
    F12curve squeal off
    F13coupler clank8315100
    F14trainheater1940330
    F15compressed air let off9323128
    F16conductors signal10331128
    F17station announcement #123435128
    F18short air horn16379128
    F19fast train brake2041160
    F20sanding valve1133932
    F21shunting mode, acceleration breake time off

    Note: Please make sure that Index CV 32 is set to 1 and Index CV 31 is set to value 16 before you change any of the sound volume CVs. Please refer to the decoder's user manual.

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