Model: The type Armh 217 half dining car with a built-in mfx digital decoder and extensive light and sound functions is new tooling. Table lamps, open seating area lighting, dining area lighting, and galley/bar lighting can each be controlled separately in digital operation. The interior details are in multiple colors. All of the cars have factory-installed LED interior lighting. A buffer capacitor is built into each car to bridge over intermittent spots in the track without current. The cars have operating, current-conducting close couplers. The interior lighting works in conjunction with the dining car. The assigned car sequence must be maintained for this. The interior lighting for the entire car consist can be turned on and off digitally using the decoder in the dining car. In conventional operation the interior lighting is turned on. The roofs, side walls, underbodies, and skirting are specific to the types of cars. The type Bm234 passenger car has factory-installed marker lights. There are imprinted car route signs and sequence numbers. Restroom downpipes are included separately as parts to be installed on the cars. The minimum radius for operation is 360 mm / 14-3/16". Length over the buffers approximately 112.8 cm / 44-3/8".
An add-on passenger car set with three more cars for the FD 264 is available under item number 42894. The class 181.2 motive power to go with these cars can be found under item number 39583. These two items are available exclusively for Insider Club members.
This model can be found in a DC version in the Trix H0 assortment under item number 23110, exclusively for Trix Club members.
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