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Here comes a list of locomotives, which are suitable for the change to c90-Dekoder, although they do not have the drum commutator motor (DCM). This list does not lay a claim on completeness and is further updated. Mistakes reserve.

Large Flat Commutator Motor (LFCM)

After the exchange of the stator (231390) against a HAMO stator (220560) the following locomotives can be equipped with a c90-Dekoder. The handling characteristics are quite different. My 216 with 60902 drives just as well as like a correct 37xxx-Lok. My 103 and 212 is much too fast and the 212 runs not smooth at medium speed. Usually 60902-Dekoder furnishes better results, particularly in the starting tractive power uphill But locomotives with 6090 drive somewhat more slowly.

Locomotive Catalog Number Remark
BR 01 3048 -
BR 03.10 3089, 3094 -
BR 86 3096, 3112, 3113, 33961 Stator can trouble the rear TELEX
E03, 103 3053, 3054, P3188 newer has DCM, engine exchange 252120
E94, 194, 1020 (ÖBB), 254 (DR) 3022, 3052, 3159, 3322, 3335, 3422, 33221 3722 has LFCM with 6090
V100, 212 3072, 3147, 3347, 3372, 3377, 3647, 3672, 3772 3473 has DCM, engine exchange 436410
V160, 216, 218 3074, 3075, 3379, 3674, 3679, 3774, P3019 newer has DCM, engine exchange 390960
V200, 220, Am 4/4 (SBB) 3021, 3081, 3184, P3009 has until 1981 the LFCM 202930
TEE-Triebwagen 3070, 3071, 3150 (Northlander) 3471 has DCM, engine exchange possible
1200 (NS) 3051, 3055, 3161, 3168 -
204 (SNCB) 3066, 3067, 3068, 3063, 3143, 3134, 3133, 3137, 3174 engine exchange possible
AE 6/6 3332, 3350, 3650 -
MY 1000 3066, 3067 -
RC 1, 1043 (ÖBB) 3043, 3041, 3341, 3158, 3160. -


Small Flat Commutator Motor (SFCM)

After the exchange of the stator (200680) against a HAMO stator (220450) the following locomotives can be equipped with a c90-Dekoder. The handling characteristics are somewhat worse, since the stator has a relative small magnetic field strength. Often there are problems when starting (jerky) and regulations problems. Since the rotor has a smaller resistance, the 6090-Dekoder can be damaged. Here a rotary stand exchange (if possible) is the safe way.

Locomotive Catalog Number Remark
BR 23 3005, 3097, P3097, P3191 -
BR 24 3003, 30032, P30031 -
BR 38, 64 (SNCB), 230F (SNCF), P8 (BS) 3086, 3091, 3098, 3099, P3010 -
BR 74, 96 (SNCB), 674 (ÖBB), T12 (KPEV) 3095, 3101, 3103, 3105 -
BR 81 3031, 3032, 30321, P3196 -
BR 89 3000, 3028 newer has DCM
E41, 141, 1141 (ÖBB), 424 (FS) 3034, 3035, 3036, 3037, 3038, P3033, P3186, P3199 newer has DCM, engine exchange 344800
E10, E40, 110, 140 3039, 3040, 3156 newer has DCM, engine exchange 231820
V60, 260, 361, 80 (SNCB), Di5 (NSB) 3064, 3065, 3069, 3131, 3141, 3148, 3149, 3631, 3665, P3006, P3194 -
EA 800 3044 -
Werkslok DHG 700 3088, 3688 newer has DCM
Werkslok DHG 500 3078, 3080, P3079, P3198 newer has DCM
515 3028, 3076, 3428, 3429 -
795, 551 (CFV3V), VT21 (SL) 3013, 3016, 3135, 3140, P3012 -
DA (SJ) 3018, 3019, 3030, 3170, 3171, 3670 -
Lokalbahnloks 3029, 3087, 3090, 3092, P3020, P3182, P3197 -
F7 (USA) 3060, 3061, 3062, 3129, 3181 newer has DCM


Thanks to Gerard Gielis and Stephan-Alexander Heyn for the help.

Replace parts can be found on Stephan-Alexander Heyn´s Märklin Ersatzteilliste