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Offline Benjamin f Graves  
#1 Posted : 17 February 2017 19:37:28(UTC)
Benjamin f Graves

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just checking for information on new Motors Marklin is supposed to come out with for upgrades in Z scale . will they be 6 Pole motor or ? thanks Ben BigGrin
Offline d_landen@yahoo.com  
#2 Posted : 18 February 2017 05:27:16(UTC)
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Hi.

All they are saying in the Marklin announcements is "New generation motor" it is not saying five pole or anything like that. There will be a railbus with this motor and a little steamer br 80 or something similar to the 89 and a V80, Kittel, and perhaps more with this motor. But that is about all I can relay to you right now. Maybe the new motor is coreless hard to say. I have heard some say why fix it if it is not broken. We will have to wait. Perhaps some vendors have more info.

Dwight
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Offline H0  
#3 Posted : 18 February 2017 08:58:16(UTC)
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Hi!

There is a German post on Stummi's Forum showing what's inside:
http://stummiforum.de/vi...pic.php?f=3&t=146492

As I understand it the new motors are "maintenance-free" (i.e. throw the motor away when the brushes are worn) and glued in.

It is a five-pole motor. Motors usually have an odd number of poles.
The are some Märklin H0 models with "six-pole motors" (they have two motors with three poles each).
Regards
Tom
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Offline Benjamin f Graves  
#4 Posted : 18 February 2017 19:04:55(UTC)
Benjamin f Graves

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Originally Posted by: H0 Go to Quoted Post
Hi!

There is a German post on Stummi's Forum showing what's inside:
http://stummiforum.de/vi...pic.php?f=3&t=146492

As I understand it the new motors are "maintenance-free" (i.e. throw the motor away when the brushes are worn) and glued in.

It is a five-pole motor. Motors usually have an odd number of poles.
The are some Märklin H0 models with "six-pole motors" (they have two motors with three poles each).


Excellent up date , Not sure I agree with Marklin's going that direction . then i guess it's called progress . But point seems is to stop competition through a major source of computation. Cheap quality never works well for either side just make some thing cheap . The supposed opposition to e-bay won't work to many Markiln Z'ers will keep it going just like here. Thanks for all updates Ben
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