PKP SM40-10

Polish SM40 shunting locomotive model. The SM40 locomotives were produced in 1955 in Hungary, by the MÁVAG/Ganz factory, identical to the M44. Locomotives with a 440kW engine and electric transmission were primarily intended for shunting service, but were also used for transporting lighter freight or passenger trains. A later modified version under the designation SM41 was used by Polish railways in the number of over 260 units.

Included accessories for installing functional lighting.

Epoch III.
Lenght 129 mm
Weight 300 g
Min. radius arch 380 mm
Lighting ready to install
Digital Next18S
Sound no
Count driving axles 4
Count banding axles 0
Coupling coupler NEM

Soubory ke stažení User Manual PL- SM40.pdf

Model is equipped with improved trucks including ball bearings for smooth run with low current consumption. 

Not suitable for children under 14 years.