You are looking at a Lionel postwar original RW transformer. THIS one has been tested here at Lone Star Trains and is ready to play with NOW.
It has enough power to run a small layout all by itself, and there are extra posts for transformers, constant voltage outputs for accessories, and even a way to use one to specifically send constant voltage to your constant voltage plug on your 022 switch.
Note that there are a few variations of this transformer. The early one with the Red L in the top lefthand corner, THIS ONE with UL logo, and one with a UL STICKER. The Red L version available in our other listings if you are fast enough. THIS ONE is the UL LOGO version.
- Metal case
- VARIABLE control
- controls for whistle
- and direction
- 110 watts
- circuit breaker with a light indicating when the breaker is tripped
fixed voltage levels of 9, 10, 15 and 19 volts
with all of the thumb nuts (three are off in pics, but they are here)
- COPY of Instruction Sheet
- Great with Lionel, American Flyer, Marx, K-Line, etc
Did you know this transformer actually came in a few sets such as the 2203WS?
CONDITION: Cosmetically C-6. Serviced and doing everything it should with a new cord. Faceplate has significant scratches and wear. The black metal case has scratches in places and some layout paint splatter on one side. Comes with ALL of the nuts for the posts (three are off in the pictures, but they are here). With a COPY of instructions.