Micro Ace A8139 Electric Locomotive ED75-111 Sendai General Railway Department (N)
Micro Ace A8139 Electric Locomotive ED75-111 Sendai General Railway Department (N)
Micro Ace A8139 Electric Locomotive ED75-111 Sendai General Railway Department (N)

Micro Ace A8139 Electric Locomotive ED75-111 Sendai General Railway Department (N)

Regular price
$155.00
Sale price
$135.00

A8139 ED75-111 Sendai General Railway Department.
Features
【Product introduction】
ED75-111 Sendai General Railway Department, Micro Ace's finished product N gauge vehicle.

Late 0 series car with no icicle, front vent, and inset tail light
Reproduce the lively rooftop unique to the 0 series
with GPS antenna
Supports doubling operation. With light ON-OFF switch


[Actual vehicle introduction]
- ED75 is an AC electric locomotive that appeared in 1963 (Showa 38) at the time of AC electrification extension of Joban Line and Tohoku Main Line.
With a solid design that combines tap switching with magnetic amplifiers and silicon rectifiers, and the equipment of a drawbar that efficiently transmits tractive force, it has the performance of a DC F-class machine even though it is a D-class, making it the standard for AC electric locomotives. A total of 302 cars were manufactured as a type.
The 0 series, which was taken over by JR Freight, was active until 2012 (Heisei 24), and was popular with many fans as a red bekoto by pulling a container train in a cascade.
JNR has been developing technology to make electrical parts contactless, and the ED75-500 series was completed in 1966 (Showa 41) for the Hokkaido electrification section test using this result.
It was also called the S-type because of the adoption of phase control for all thyristors, making it maintenance-free and reducing the size and weight of the equipment.
In addition, thorough cold and snow resistance equipment was applied, and it was used for later vehicle development.
In 1968 (Showa 43), the pantograph was replaced with a lower frame cross type common to the successor ED76-500 series, and the appearance changed.
Due to the lack of steam heating facilities, there are restrictions on winter operation, so it was retired in 1986 (Showa 61) at the end of the JNR and is now statically preserved at the Otaru City General Museum.

spec
[Product specifications]
Scale: 1/150 9mm (N gauge)
Product form: Painted finished product
Body material: plastic
Motor: Equipped with power unit with flywheel
Lights: headlights on. LED use (with ON-OFF switch)