Atlas #40004929 GP60 Locomotive w/DCC/Sound - TEXAS MEXICAN #869
Introduced in 1985 as the refined replacement for the five-year-old 50-series locomotives the GP60 (and sister SD60) represented a significant leap in locomotive design for EMD. Incorporating computer technology to control locomotive operation and onboard diagnostics the 3800 hp GP60 just may be the "ultimate" geep. Designed for hi-speed intermodal traffic this locomotive could be found on the major transcontinental carriers in the service for which they were designed. In fact a variation of the GP60 became so associated with the Santa Fe in the early 1990s it came to represent the best that railroads had to offer in quality service. SOUND FUNCTIONALITY FEATURES (GOLD MODELS ONLY) • Over 20 sound effects are available including engine start-up and shutdown prime mover sounds through all eight notches bell air horn air compressor dynamic brakes and more. • Equipped with ESU’s Exclusive "Full Throttle" features for ultimate realism in prototype running. DCC OPERATION FEATURES • Supports all DCC-programming modes • DCC includes RailCom and RailComPlus with 14 28 or 128 speed steps and with 2-digit and 4-digit addressing. • Flexible mapping of function keys F0 to F28. • A total of 6 DCC function outputs are available and all can be function mapped (disable brightness light effects) individually • Follows all NMRA DCC standards and recommended practices.
|Roadnumber May Vary||No|
|Engine Style||GP59 - GP60 - GP60M|
|Engine Electronics||DCC And Sound|
|Road Name||Texas Mexican - TexMex|