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Db Br 363 Breaker Panel

Discussion in 'PC Discussion' started by VolvoB10M, Mar 4, 2021.

  1. VolvoB10M

    VolvoB10M Member

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    Does anyone know where the breaker panel is on the BR 363? I am trying to turn on the breakers for the PZB and outside lights but I can't find where they are.

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    LH.
     
  2. Rudolf

    Rudolf Well-Known Member

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    Not sure what you mean, but just in front of the right hand driver seat you can find a fuse board, it is fairly low and dark there.
     
  3. w.lichko

    w.lichko Well-Known Member

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    It's a bit dark (couldn't find a better in-cab image to use), but I hope this helps :)

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  4. Jo_Kim

    Jo_Kim Well-Known Member

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    Train lights are located on the main switchboard in the middle of the cab. Inked20210304124948_1_LI.jpg
    PZB is located on the front wall near the left window. Inked20210304124951_1_LI.jpg
    SiFa is located at the main breaker panel in below the right window. Inked20210304124955_1_LI.jpg
     
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  5. box215

    box215 Active Member

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    There's also a PZB isolation handle under the 2nd man's chair. To the lower right side of the chair, on the floor, next to the main console.
     
  6. VolvoB10M

    VolvoB10M Member

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    Thanks. The isolation handle looks like an air valve but isn't PZB all electronic?
     
  7. Jo_Kim

    Jo_Kim Well-Known Member

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    This switch is just electronical but in every loco you'll find a pneumatic isolation valve, deep in the braking systems compartment.
     

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