Re: [z_scale] SBB standard for loco light settings (was: SBB Re 4/4 II)
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--- Ralph Scott <ralph.scott@...> wrote:
> Hi Adrianhttp://www.wymann.info/SBB_miniclub/Prototype/030829E.JPG)
> thats excellent information but the links dont seem
> to work - get cant find requested URL are you able
> to fix this?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Adrian T. Wymann
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Tuesday, June 29, 2004 2:41 AM
> Subject: [z_scale] SBB standard for loco light
> settings (was: SBB Re 4/4 II)
> SBB standards state (in a very technical lingo,
> which I will try to
> avoid) that there are four possible settings for
> the lights of a
> (1) Three white lights - "Spitzensignal" (i.e.
> front lighting) -
> displayed by every loco up front pulling a train
> (2) One white light - "R�cklicht" (i.e. rear
> lighting) - displayed
> at the rear of every loco pulling a train. If
> there is a lash-up of
> multiple locos, only the last of these will
> display the single white
> light. Multiple units on shuttle services are
> regarded as single
> loco (example:
> (3) "Zugschluss" (i.e. end of train) - displayed
> by every unit at
> the end of a train; locos may show a single red
> light or a double
> red light, other rolling stock (.e.g freight cars)
> may also display
> or a flashing single light (on a FRED device) or a
> disc with red and
> white stripes (example:
> (4) "Warnsignal" (i.e. danger signal) - three red
> lights, signalling
> danger and acting as a stopping signal for all
> train moves on
> adjacent track (sorry, I don't have an
> illustration example for this
> one as I try to steer clear of such situations...
> As for light setting no. (3), a single red light
> is the standard for
> locos these days, so I wouldn't worry about a
> double red light.
> Jens is spot on, of course, in pointing out that
> the lighting scheme
> as it is on SZL models is, strictly speaking, for
> a loco
> running "light engine only" (example:
> - you'll------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> just have to take my word that the loco displays
> three white lights
> up front ;-) because a loco pushing a train would
> disdplay a rear
> red light, but no front white lights.
> Hmmm. Not that complicated after all... ;-)
> SBB CFF FFS 1:220
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