Railroad crossing called the Marklin Double Junction Crossing (DJC) with ballast with a R2 radius of 437.5 mm, a angle of 24.3° and a length of 188.3 mm for model railroading at HO 1/87 scale.
Marklin 74491 electric motor and 74470 turnout lantern already installed.
The 2.1mm high profile is code 83.
The Marklin 24624 Double Junction Crossing matches the length of a 188.3 mm rail under part number 24188 in the same brand.
This TJD Trix has a manual lever, electric motor as well as a lantern originally mounted.
The Marklin electric power system is commonly referred to as "syst 3 rails" or "syst AC" for AC current.
In fact, rolling stock such as locomotives, railcars, or even passenger cars requiring power thus pick up current through the three metal rails.
This Marklin alternating current (3-rail) system stands out for its reliability and guarantees no power outages of your model railroad layout.
The imitation wood railroad ties as well as the ballast arefinely reproduced. The aesthetic appearance of the rail is realistic.
The track profile is made of a metal alloy called "Nickel Silver" of high quality that guarantees a long service life as well as simplified maintenance.
The power supply to your network is made via invisible contacts under the rails. This electrical connection is easily made without soldering thanks to the Marklin power splices reference 74040.
The Marklin rails are hooked together by a system of very robust clips which allows infinite assemblies and disassemblies. This makes these rails ideal for both temporary and permanent mounting.
|Angle ( degrees )||24,3°|
|Scale||HO : 1/87|
|Radius ( in mm )||437,5|
|Operating system||3 Rails - Alternating current|
|Length ( in mm )||188,3|