Prototype: SüdLeasing, Inc. class 193 (Vectron) electric locomotive, leased to SBB Cargo International, Inc. Locomotive name "Limmat". Locomotive road number 193 524. The locomotive looks as it did in 2020.
Model: The locomotive has an mfx+ digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 4 axles powered. Traction tires. The triple headlights and one white marker light change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The headlights at Locomotive Ends 2 and 1 can be turned off separately in digital operation. When the headlights are off at both ends, the double "A" lights are on at both ends. The lights can be changed between the Swiss headlight / marker light code and headlights / red marker lights. Long-distance headlights can be controlled separately. The cab lighting can be controlled digitally. Switching lights, warning lights, and oncoming train lights can be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free warm white and red LEDs are used for the lighting. Brake hoses for mounting on the locomotive are included. Length over the buffers 21.9 cm / 8-5/8".
This model can be found in a DC version in the Trix H0 assortment under item number 25192.
39199 – SüdLeasing, Inc. Class 193 (Vectron) Electric Locomotive, leased to SBB Cargo SBB Cargo International took new paths in the use of electric locomotives, which arrived in recent years. It took on long-term leasing agreements with flexible duration for the acquisition of its new Vectrons. After a first installment of 18 multiple system Vectrons in 2017/18, came another 20 units in 2019/20 as road numbers 193 516-535, this time from SüdLeasing, Inc. in Stuttgart. They were predestined for operation in the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Italy on the Rhine-Alps Corridor. Their locomotive bodies gleam in ultramarine blue and with three exceptions, they bear the "Alp Piercer 2" design on the side walls with stylized tunneled Alps at night, designed by Railcolor. With one exception, they are all named after rivers along their area of activity and thus road number 193 524 named "Limmat".