Tillig's Standard-hilfszug, Item 500795, 500796 and 500996

Re: Tillig's Standard-hilfszug, Item 500795, 500796 and 5009

Postby Christtking » Thu Dec 18, 2014 2:48 pm

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New item, add on coach suitable for the DBAG set. Part of 2014 TILLIG NEWS.
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Re: Tillig's Standard-hilfszug, Item 500795, 500796 and 5009

Postby MacG » Thu Dec 18, 2014 3:01 pm

@Chisttking: This is part of a training train about dangerous goods. This car has the room for education/lessons (Unterrichtswagen "Ausbildungzug Gefahrgut") and two additional tank cars are for the practical use/exercise.
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Re: Tillig's Standard-hilfszug, Item 500795, 500796 and 5009

Postby Christtking » Thu Dec 18, 2014 3:07 pm

So this train is doesn't fall under the same category owned and run by DBAG?
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Re: Tillig's Standard-hilfszug, Item 500795, 500796 and 5009

Postby MacG » Thu Dec 18, 2014 3:26 pm

No, it is for education of the employees. The help train is for repair of cars and rerailing. I think there is only one of this training train in Germany. But there are many help trains.

Back to the DR help trains. The cabs at the ends are equipped with the indirect shuttle train controls. The same system like at the steam locomotives. The engineer has at the cab the train brake directly and with the other controls he transmitted commands to the man at the locomotive. This man perform the commands at the control stand and acknowledge this to the engineer at the cab. Similar to a engine order telegraph at the ships.
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Re: Tillig's Standard-hilfszug, Item 500795, 500796 and 5009

Postby Christtking » Thu Dec 18, 2014 4:12 pm

@MacG: Thank you very much for clarifying these things. There are too many trains!
Response for the Hilfszug: For some reason I missunderstood the above (previous comments) why it is necessary to cancel the head lights for the cab on this car. So neither lights should be canceled (the head lights and the marker lights) since the proper position of this car is at the other end of the train nowhere near the loco.
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Re: Tillig's Standard-hilfszug, Item 500795, 500796 and 5009

Postby MacG » Fri Dec 19, 2014 12:29 pm

I don't understand, but I hope this helps.
The Hilfszug (help train) consist of three cars, which are permanently coupled. So this train has two ends and both have per a control cab, headlights and marker lights. To each help train is a locomotive assigned, she can also scheduled for switching jobs at the yard or station. She must only be in the near of the help train parking area, for a effort (help mission).
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Re: Tillig's Standard-hilfszug, Item 500795, 500796 and 5009

Postby Christtking » Sat Dec 20, 2014 4:35 pm

Maybe I misunderstood the contents of some of the earlier posts that stated the canceling of some light on DCC function not working properly or between the loco and the car. That's all! I just don't think it's a problem for me because I don't like nor use DCC. It cost twice as much as a analog version. Too many systems for digital, none impress me.
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Re: Tillig's Standard-hilfszug, Item 500795, 500796 and 5009

Postby Christtking » Mon Dec 22, 2014 2:14 pm

OK I think I've got it! I could not see some of the images. The 4 axle Reko coach have a built in cabin kind of similar end like the 2 axle freight car. Why mess with the electronics. My solution! Vey cheap! Ready? Just block the LED's reflection from the board to the clear lenses on either car, which ever car happens to be behind the loco, or a thin piece of cardboard stock painted black color (paint, or marker). And that's my FINAL ANSWER! :grin:
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