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13-036-0001-7-001 Diesel Multiple Unit type 222M

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Section 1: General Information



0. Identification of the type

0.1 0.2 Type/Version ID:
13-036-0001-7-001
0.3 Date of record:
07/11/2014

1. General Information

1.1 Type name:
Diesel Multiple Unit type 222M
1.2 Alternative type name:
222M
1.3 Manufacturer’s name:
NEWAG S.A.
1.4 Platform:
222M
1.5 Category:
Traction vehicles
1.6 Subcategory:
Self-propelled passenger trainset (incl. railbusses)

Section 2: Conformity with TSI

2.1 Conformity with TSI and Sections not complied with:

1435mm / Autonomous / None
Not conform to any TSI

1435mm / Autonomous / SHP
Not conform to any TSI

2.3 Applicable specific cases (specific cases conformity with which has been assessed)

2.2 Reference of ‘EC type examination certificates’

Reference of ‘EC type examination certificates’ - if module SB applied - and/or ‘design verification certificate’ - if module SH1 applied
IK/A/B/13/TABOR/PL/010

Section 3: Authorisations

Poland

3.1.2.1 Status:
Active
3.1.2.2 Validity of Authorisation (until):
3.1.2.3 Coded Restrictions:
1435mm / Autonomous / None
1 Technical Restrictions
  1.1 Minimum curve radius in meters:  150
  1.3 Speed restrictions in Km/h (Marked on wagons and coaches but not marked on locos):  130
2 Geographical Restrictions
  2.3 No CCS on board:  True
1435mm / Autonomous / SHP
1 Technical Restrictions
  1.1 Minimum curve radius in meters:  150
  1.3 Speed restrictions in Km/h (Marked on wagons and coaches but not marked on locos):  130
2 Geographical Restrictions
  2.3 No CCS on board:  True
3.1.2.4 Non Coded Restrictions:
3.1.3.1.1 Date of the original authorisation:
27/11/2013
3.1.3.1.2 Authorisation holder:
NEWAG S.A.
3.1.3.1.3 Authorisation document reference:
PL 51 2013 0002
3.1.3.1.4 National certificate references:
IK/A/B/13/TABOR/PL/010
3.1.3.1.5 Parameters for which conformity to applicable national rules has been assessed:
1435mm / Autonomous / None
1.0 General documentation
1.1 General documentation
1.2 Maintenance instructions and requirements
1.2.1 Maintenance instructions
1.2.2 The maintenance design justification file
1.3 Instructions and documentation for operation
1.3.1 Instructions for operation in normal and degraded modes of the vehicle
1.4 Track side tests of the complete vehicle
2.0 Structure and mechanical parts
2.1 Vehicle structure
2.1.1 Strength and integrity
2.1.2 Load capability
2.1.2.1 Load conditions and weighted mass
2.1.2.2 Axle load and wheel load
2.1.3 Joining technology
2.1.4 Lifting and jacking
2.1.5 Fixing of devices to carbody structure
2.1.6 Connections used between different parts of the vehicle
2.2 Mechanical interfaces for Endcoupling or Innercoupling
2.2.1 Automatic coupling
2.2.2 Characteristics of rescue coupling
2.2.3 Screw couplings
2.2.4 Buffing, innercoupling and draw gear components
2.2.5 Buffer marking
2.2.6 Draw hook
2.2.7 Gangways
2.3 Passive safety
3.0 Track interaction and gauging
3.1 Vehicle gauge
3.1.1 Specific case
3.2 Vehicle dynamics
3.2.1 Running safety and dynamics
3.2.2 Equivalent conicity, wheel profile and limits
3.2.3 Track loading
3.2.4 Vertical acceleration
3.3 Bogies / running gear
3.3.1 Boogies
3.3.2 Wheelset (Axle + wheels)
3.3.3 Wheel
3.3.4 Wheel/rail interface (including wheel flange lubrication and sanding)
3.3.5 Bearings on the wheelset
3.3.6 Minimum curve radius to be negotiated
3.3.7 Rail guard
3.4 Limit of maximum longitudinal positive and negative acceleration
4.0 Braking
4.1 Functional Requirements at train level
4.2 Safety requirements for braking at train level
4.2.1 Traction/braking interlocking
4.3 Brake system Recognised architecture and associated standards
4.4 Brake command
4.4.1 Emergency braking command
4.4.2 Service braking command
4.4.3 Direct braking command
4.4.4 Dynamic braking command
4.4.5 Parking braking command
4.5 Brake performance
4.5.1 Emergency braking
4.5.2 Service braking
4.5.3 Calculations related to thermal capacity
4.5.4 Parking brake
4.6 Braking adhesion management
4.6.1 Limit of wheel rail adhesion profile
4.6.2 Wheel slide protection system
4.7 Braking force production
4.7.1 Friction brake
4.7.1.1 Brake blocks
4.7.1.2 Brake discs
4.7.1.3 Brake pads
4.7.2 Dynamic brake linked to traction
4.7.3 Magnetic track brake
4.7.4 Eddy current track brake
4.7.5 Parking brake
4.8 Brake state and fault indication
4.9 Brake requirements for rescue purposes
5.0 Passenger related items
5.1 Access
5.1.1 Exterior doors
5.1.2 Interior doors
5.1.3 Clearways
5.1.4 Steps and lighting
5.1.5 Floor height changes
5.1.6 Handrails
5.1.7 Boarding aids
5.2 Windows
5.3 Toilets
5.4 Passenger information
5.4.1 Public address system
5.4.2 Signs and information
5.5 Seats and Specific PMR arrangements
5.6 Specific passenger related facilities
5.6.1 Lift systems
5.6.2 Heating, ventilation and Air condition systems
5.6.3 Others
6.0 Environmental conditions and aerodynamic effects
6.1 Impact of the Environment on the vehicle
6.1.1 Environmental conditions impacting on the vehicle
6.1.1.1 Altitude
6.1.1.2 Temperature
6.1.1.3 Humidity
6.1.1.4 Rain
6.1.1.5 Snow, ice and hail
6.1.1.6 Solar radiation
6.1.1.7 Chemical and particulate matter
6.1.2 Aerodynamic effects
6.1.2.1 Crosswind effects
6.1.2.2 Maximum pressure variation in tunnels
6.2 Impact of the vehicle on the environment
6.2.1 Chemical and particulate emissions
6.2.1.1 Toilet emissions
6.2.1.2 Exhaust gas emissions
6.2.2 Limits for noise emissions
6.2.2.1 Exterior noise impact
6.2.2.2 Stationary noise impact
6.2.2.3 Starting noise impact
6.2.2.4 Pass-by noise impact
6.2.3 Limits for Aerodynamic loads impact
6.2.3.1 Head pressure pulses
6.2.3.2 Aerodynamic impact on passengers on platform
6.2.3.3 Aerodynamic impact on track workers
6.2.3.4 Ballast pick up and projection onto neighbouring property
7.0 External warning, marking functions and software integrity requirements
7.1 Integrity of software employed for safety related functions
7.2 Visual and audible vehicle identification and warning functions
7.2.1 Vehicle marking
7.2.2 External lights
7.2.2.1 Headlights
7.2.2.2 Marker lights
7.2.2.3 Tail lights
7.2.2.4 Lamp controls
7.2.3 Warning Horn
7.2.3.1 Warning Horn tones
7.2.3.2 Warning horn sound pressure levels
7.2.3.3 Warning horns, protection
7.2.3.4 Warning horns, control
7.2.3.5 Warning horns verification of sound pressure levels
7.2.4 Brackets
8.6 Diesel and other thermal traction system requirements
8.7 Systems requiring special monitoring and protection measures
8.7.1 Tanks and pipe systems for flammable liquids
8.7.2 Pressure vessel systems / pressure equipment
8.7.3 Steam boiler installations
8.7.4 Technical systems in potentially explosive atmospheres
8.7.5 Ionisation detectors
8.7.6 Hydraulic/pneumatic control systems
9.0 Staff facilities, interfaces and environment
9.1 Driver’s cab design
9.1.1 Cab design
9.1.1.1 Interior layout
9.1.1.2 Desk ergonomics
9.1.1.3 Driver’s seat
9.1.1.4 Means for the driver to exchange documents
9.1.1.5 Other Facilities to control operation of the train
9.1.2 Access to driver’s cab
9.1.2.1 Access, egress and doors
9.1.2.2 Driver’s cab emergency exits
9.1.3 Windscreen in driver’s cab
9.1.3.1 Mechanical characteristics
9.1.3.2 Optical characteristics
9.1.3.3 Equipment
9.1.3.4 Front visibility
9.2 Working conditions
9.2.1 Environmental conditions
9.2.1.1 Heating, Ventilation and Air condition systems in driver cabs
9.2.1.2 Noise in driver cabs
9.2.1.3 Lighting in driver cabs
9.2.2 Others
9.3 Driver machine interface
9.3.1 Driver machine interface
9.3.1.1 Speed indication
9.3.1.2 Driver's display unit and screens
9.3.1.3 Controls and indicators
9.3.2 Driver supervision
9.3.3 Rear and side view
9.4 Marking and labelling in driver cabs
9.5 Equipment and other facilities onboard for staff
9.5.1 Facilities onboard for staff
9.5.1.1 Staff access for coupling /uncoupling
9.5.1.2 External steps and handrails for shunting staff
9.5.1.3 Storage facilities for use by staff
9.5.1.4 Other facilities
9.5.2 Staff and freight Access doors
9.5.3 On board tools and portable equipment
9.5.4 Audible communication system
9.6 Recording device
9.7 Remote control function
10.0 Fire safety and evacuation
10.1 Fire safety
10.1.1 Fire protection concept
10.1.1.1 Classification of vehicle / Fire categories
10.1.2 Fire protection measures
10.1.2.1 General protection measures for vehicles
10.1.2.2 Fire protection measures for specific kind of vehicles
10.1.2.3 Protection of drivers cab
10.1.2.4 Fire barriers
10.1.2.5 Material properties
10.1.2.6 Fire detectors
10.1.2.7 Fire extinction equipment
10.2 Emergency
10.2.1 Passenger emergency exits
10.2.2 Rescue service’s information, equipment and access
10.2.3 Passenger Alarm
10.2.4 Emergency lighting
10.3 Additional measures
12.0 On-board control command and signalling
12.1 On board Radio system
12.1.1 NON GSM-R radio system
12.1.2 GSM-R compliant radio system
12.1.2.1 Text messages
12.1.2.2 Call forwarding
12.1.2.3 Broadcast calls
12.1.2.4 Cab-radio related functions
12.1.2.5 Network selection by external trigger
12.1.2.6 General purpose radio related functions
12.1.2.7 Primary controller’s MMI functionality
12.1.2.8 Use of hand portables as cab mobile radio
12.1.2.9 Capacity of on board GSM-R
12.1.2.10 GSM-R-ETCS interface
12.1.2.11 Interconnection and roaming between GSM-R networks
12.1.2.12 Border crossing
12.1.2.13 GPRS and ASCI
12.1.2.14 Interface between Rolling Stock driver’s safety device, vigilance device, and GSM-R onboard assembly.
12.1.2.15 Test specification for mobile equipment GSM-R
12.1.2.16 Directed/automatic network selection
12.1.2.17 Registration and deregistration
12.1.2.18 GSM-R Version Management
12.2 On board signalling
12.2.1 National on board signalling systems
12.2.2 Compatibility of signalling system with the rest of the train
12.2.3 Compatibility of rolling stock with Track infrastructure
12.2.3.1 Relation between axle distance and wheel diameter
12.2.3.2 Metal free space around wheels
12.2.3.3 Metal mass of a vehicle
12.2.4 ETCS cab signalling system
12.2.4.1 Awakening
12.2.4.2 Train categories
12.2.4.3 Performance requirements for on-board GSM-R equipment related to quality of service
12.2.4.4 Use of ETCS modes
12.2.4.5 ETCS requirements when vehicle is driven from outside the cab
12.2.4.6 Level crossing functionality
12.2.4.7 Braking safety margins
12.2.4.8 Reliability — Availability Requirements
12.2.4.9 Marker Boards
12.2.4.10 Ergonomic aspects of the DMI
12.2.4.11 ETCS values of variables controlled outside UNISIG — Manual
12.2.4.12 KM Conformance Requirements
12.2.4.13 Requirements for pre-fitting ETCS on-board equipment
12.2.4.14 ETCS Version Management
12.2.4.15 Specification of ETCS variables
12.2.4.16 RBC – RBC interface
12.2.4.17 Additional requirements on locomotives and multiple units
12.2.4.18 Functionality and interfaces of staff protection systems to the signalling system
12.2.4.19 Interface with service brake.
13.0 Specific Operational Requirements
13.1 Specific items to place on-board
13.2 Occupational health and safety
13.3 Lifting diagram and instructions
1435mm / Autonomous / SHP
1.0 General documentation
1.1 General documentation
1.2 Maintenance instructions and requirements
1.2.1 Maintenance instructions
1.2.2 The maintenance design justification file
1.3 Instructions and documentation for operation
1.3.1 Instructions for operation in normal and degraded modes of the vehicle
1.4 Track side tests of the complete vehicle
2.0 Structure and mechanical parts
2.1 Vehicle structure
2.1.1 Strength and integrity
2.1.2 Load capability
2.1.2.1 Load conditions and weighted mass
2.1.2.2 Axle load and wheel load
2.1.3 Joining technology
2.1.4 Lifting and jacking
2.1.5 Fixing of devices to carbody structure
2.1.6 Connections used between different parts of the vehicle
2.2 Mechanical interfaces for Endcoupling or Innercoupling
2.2.1 Automatic coupling
2.2.2 Characteristics of rescue coupling
2.2.3 Screw couplings
2.2.4 Buffing, innercoupling and draw gear components
2.2.5 Buffer marking
2.2.6 Draw hook
2.2.7 Gangways
2.3 Passive safety
3.0 Track interaction and gauging
3.1 Vehicle gauge
3.1.1 Specific case
3.2 Vehicle dynamics
3.2.1 Running safety and dynamics
3.2.2 Equivalent conicity, wheel profile and limits
3.2.3 Track loading
3.2.4 Vertical acceleration
3.3 Bogies / running gear
3.3.1 Boogies
3.3.2 Wheelset (Axle + wheels)
3.3.3 Wheel
3.3.4 Wheel/rail interface (including wheel flange lubrication and sanding)
3.3.5 Bearings on the wheelset
3.3.6 Minimum curve radius to be negotiated
3.3.7 Rail guard
3.4 Limit of maximum longitudinal positive and negative acceleration
4.0 Braking
4.1 Functional Requirements at train level
4.2 Safety requirements for braking at train level
4.2.1 Traction/braking interlocking
4.3 Brake system Recognised architecture and associated standards
4.4 Brake command
4.4.1 Emergency braking command
4.4.2 Service braking command
4.4.3 Direct braking command
4.4.4 Dynamic braking command
4.4.5 Parking braking command
4.5 Brake performance
4.5.1 Emergency braking
4.5.2 Service braking
4.5.3 Calculations related to thermal capacity
4.5.4 Parking brake
4.6 Braking adhesion management
4.6.1 Limit of wheel rail adhesion profile
4.6.2 Wheel slide protection system
4.7 Braking force production
4.7.1 Friction brake
4.7.1.1 Brake blocks
4.7.1.2 Brake discs
4.7.1.3 Brake pads
4.7.2 Dynamic brake linked to traction
4.7.3 Magnetic track brake
4.7.4 Eddy current track brake
4.7.5 Parking brake
4.8 Brake state and fault indication
4.9 Brake requirements for rescue purposes
5.0 Passenger related items
5.1 Access
5.1.1 Exterior doors
5.1.2 Interior doors
5.1.3 Clearways
5.1.4 Steps and lighting
5.1.5 Floor height changes
5.1.6 Handrails
5.1.7 Boarding aids
5.2 Windows
5.3 Toilets
5.4 Passenger information
5.4.1 Public address system
5.4.2 Signs and information
5.5 Seats and Specific PMR arrangements
5.6 Specific passenger related facilities
5.6.1 Lift systems
5.6.2 Heating, ventilation and Air condition systems
5.6.3 Others
6.0 Environmental conditions and aerodynamic effects
6.1 Impact of the Environment on the vehicle
6.1.1 Environmental conditions impacting on the vehicle
6.1.1.1 Altitude
6.1.1.2 Temperature
6.1.1.3 Humidity
6.1.1.4 Rain
6.1.1.5 Snow, ice and hail
6.1.1.6 Solar radiation
6.1.1.7 Chemical and particulate matter
6.1.2 Aerodynamic effects
6.1.2.1 Crosswind effects
6.1.2.2 Maximum pressure variation in tunnels
6.2 Impact of the vehicle on the environment
6.2.1 Chemical and particulate emissions
6.2.1.1 Toilet emissions
6.2.1.2 Exhaust gas emissions
6.2.2 Limits for noise emissions
6.2.2.1 Exterior noise impact
6.2.2.2 Stationary noise impact
6.2.2.3 Starting noise impact
6.2.2.4 Pass-by noise impact
6.2.3 Limits for Aerodynamic loads impact
6.2.3.1 Head pressure pulses
6.2.3.2 Aerodynamic impact on passengers on platform
6.2.3.3 Aerodynamic impact on track workers
6.2.3.4 Ballast pick up and projection onto neighbouring property
7.0 External warning, marking functions and software integrity requirements
7.1 Integrity of software employed for safety related functions
7.2 Visual and audible vehicle identification and warning functions
7.2.1 Vehicle marking
7.2.2 External lights
7.2.2.1 Headlights
7.2.2.2 Marker lights
7.2.2.3 Tail lights
7.2.2.4 Lamp controls
7.2.3 Warning Horn
7.2.3.1 Warning Horn tones
7.2.3.2 Warning horn sound pressure levels
7.2.3.3 Warning horns, protection
7.2.3.4 Warning horns, control
7.2.3.5 Warning horns verification of sound pressure levels
7.2.4 Brackets
8.6 Diesel and other thermal traction system requirements
8.7 Systems requiring special monitoring and protection measures
8.7.1 Tanks and pipe systems for flammable liquids
8.7.2 Pressure vessel systems / pressure equipment
8.7.3 Steam boiler installations
8.7.4 Technical systems in potentially explosive atmospheres
8.7.5 Ionisation detectors
8.7.6 Hydraulic/pneumatic control systems
9.0 Staff facilities, interfaces and environment
9.1 Driver’s cab design
9.1.1 Cab design
9.1.1.1 Interior layout
9.1.1.2 Desk ergonomics
9.1.1.3 Driver’s seat
9.1.1.4 Means for the driver to exchange documents
9.1.1.5 Other Facilities to control operation of the train
9.1.2 Access to driver’s cab
9.1.2.1 Access, egress and doors
9.1.2.2 Driver’s cab emergency exits
9.1.3 Windscreen in driver’s cab
9.1.3.1 Mechanical characteristics
9.1.3.2 Optical characteristics
9.1.3.3 Equipment
9.1.3.4 Front visibility
9.2 Working conditions
9.2.1 Environmental conditions
9.2.1.1 Heating, Ventilation and Air condition systems in driver cabs
9.2.1.2 Noise in driver cabs
9.2.1.3 Lighting in driver cabs
9.2.2 Others
9.3 Driver machine interface
9.3.1 Driver machine interface
9.3.1.1 Speed indication
9.3.1.2 Driver's display unit and screens
9.3.1.3 Controls and indicators
9.3.2 Driver supervision
9.3.3 Rear and side view
9.4 Marking and labelling in driver cabs
9.5 Equipment and other facilities onboard for staff
9.5.1 Facilities onboard for staff
9.5.1.1 Staff access for coupling /uncoupling
9.5.1.2 External steps and handrails for shunting staff
9.5.1.3 Storage facilities for use by staff
9.5.1.4 Other facilities
9.5.2 Staff and freight Access doors
9.5.3 On board tools and portable equipment
9.5.4 Audible communication system
9.6 Recording device
9.7 Remote control function
10.0 Fire safety and evacuation
10.1 Fire safety
10.1.1 Fire protection concept
10.1.1.1 Classification of vehicle / Fire categories
10.1.2 Fire protection measures
10.1.2.1 General protection measures for vehicles
10.1.2.2 Fire protection measures for specific kind of vehicles
10.1.2.3 Protection of drivers cab
10.1.2.4 Fire barriers
10.1.2.5 Material properties
10.1.2.6 Fire detectors
10.1.2.7 Fire extinction equipment
10.2 Emergency
10.2.1 Passenger emergency exits
10.2.2 Rescue service’s information, equipment and access
10.2.3 Passenger Alarm
10.2.4 Emergency lighting
10.3 Additional measures
12.0 On-board control command and signalling
12.1 On board Radio system
12.1.1 NON GSM-R radio system
12.1.2 GSM-R compliant radio system
12.1.2.1 Text messages
12.1.2.2 Call forwarding
12.1.2.3 Broadcast calls
12.1.2.4 Cab-radio related functions
12.1.2.5 Network selection by external trigger
12.1.2.6 General purpose radio related functions
12.1.2.7 Primary controller’s MMI functionality
12.1.2.8 Use of hand portables as cab mobile radio
12.1.2.9 Capacity of on board GSM-R
12.1.2.10 GSM-R-ETCS interface
12.1.2.11 Interconnection and roaming between GSM-R networks
12.1.2.12 Border crossing
12.1.2.13 GPRS and ASCI
12.1.2.14 Interface between Rolling Stock driver’s safety device, vigilance device, and GSM-R onboard assembly.
12.1.2.15 Test specification for mobile equipment GSM-R
12.1.2.16 Directed/automatic network selection
12.1.2.17 Registration and deregistration
12.1.2.18 GSM-R Version Management
12.2 On board signalling
12.2.1 National on board signalling systems
12.2.2 Compatibility of signalling system with the rest of the train
12.2.3 Compatibility of rolling stock with Track infrastructure
12.2.3.1 Relation between axle distance and wheel diameter
12.2.3.2 Metal free space around wheels
12.2.3.3 Metal mass of a vehicle
12.2.4 ETCS cab signalling system
12.2.4.1 Awakening
12.2.4.2 Train categories
12.2.4.3 Performance requirements for on-board GSM-R equipment related to quality of service
12.2.4.4 Use of ETCS modes
12.2.4.5 ETCS requirements when vehicle is driven from outside the cab
12.2.4.6 Level crossing functionality
12.2.4.7 Braking safety margins
12.2.4.8 Reliability — Availability Requirements
12.2.4.9 Marker Boards
12.2.4.10 Ergonomic aspects of the DMI
12.2.4.11 ETCS values of variables controlled outside UNISIG — Manual
12.2.4.12 KM Conformance Requirements
12.2.4.13 Requirements for pre-fitting ETCS on-board equipment
12.2.4.14 ETCS Version Management
12.2.4.15 Specification of ETCS variables
12.2.4.16 RBC – RBC interface
12.2.4.17 Additional requirements on locomotives and multiple units
12.2.4.18 Functionality and interfaces of staff protection systems to the signalling system
12.2.4.19 Interface with service brake.
13.0 Specific Operational Requirements
13.1 Specific items to place on-board
13.2 Occupational health and safety
13.3 Lifting diagram and instructions
3.1.3.1.6 Comments:

3.1.3.1 Initial Registration

Section 4: Technical Characteristics

Wheel set gauge

4.1.3 Wheel set gauge Parameter Help Text
1435mm

4.13.1 Signalling

4.13.1.1 ETCS equipment on-board and its level Parameter Help Text
None
4.13.1.5 Class B or other train protection control and warning systems installed (system and if applicable version) Parameter Help Text
SHP

4.13.2 Radio

4.13.2.1 GSM-R equipment on board and its version (FRS and SRS) Parameter Help Text
None
4.13.2.3 Class B or other radio systems installed (system and if applicable version) Parameter Help Text
PKP Radio System (Radionika Koliber)
4.10.1 Energy supply system Parameter Help Text
Autonomous

4.1.2 Speed

4.1.2.1 Maximum design speed Parameter Help Text
1435mm / Autonomous / None
130 km/h
1435mm / Autonomous / SHP
130 km/h
4.1.4 Conditions of use regarding train formation Parameter Help Text
Vehicle to be used in general operation
4.1.5 Maximum number of trainsets or locomotives coupled together in multiple operation. Parameter Help Text
1435mm / Autonomous / None
3
1435mm / Autonomous / SHP
3
4.1.8 Type meets the requirements necessary for validity of the vehicle authorisation granted by one Member State in other MSs Parameter Help Text
Not applicable
4.1.10 Structural category Parameter Help Text
P-I of EN12663-1:2010
4.2.1 Vehicle kinematic gauge (interoperable gauge) Parameter Help Text
UIC 505-1
4.3.1 Temperature range Parameter Help Text
-30 to +40
4.3.2 Altitude range Parameter Help Text
A1
4.3.3 Snow ice and hail conditions Parameter Help Text
nominal (EN 50125-1:1999 clause 4.7)
4.4.1 Fire safety category Parameter Help Text
A

4.5.2 Design mass

4.5.2.1 Design mass in working order Parameter Help Text
83000 kg
4.5.2.2 Design mass under normal payload Parameter Help Text
106500 kg
4.5.2.3 Design mass under exceptional payload Parameter Help Text
106500 kg

4.5.3 Static axle load

4.5.3.1 Static axle load in working order Parameter Help Text
18000 kg
4.5.3.2 Static axle load under normal payload/ maximum payload for freight wagons Parameter Help Text
18000 kg
4.5.3.3 Static axle load under exceptional payload Parameter Help Text
18000 kg
4.5.4 Quasi-static guiding force (if exceeds the limit defined in TSI or not defined in the TSI) Parameter Help Text
1435mm
0 kN
4.6.1 Cant deficiency (maximum uncompensated lateral acceleration) for which the vehicle has been assessed Parameter Help Text
1435mm
130 mm
4.6.2 Vehicle equipped with a cant deficiency compensation system (“tilting vehicle”) Parameter Help Text
False
4.7.1 Maximum train deceleration Parameter Help Text
1.2 m/s²

4.7.2.1 Brake performance on steep gradients with normal payload

4.7.2.1.1 Reference case of TSI Parameter Help Text
Reference case of (80 km/h, 21‰ (mm/m), 46 km)

4.7.3 Parking brake

4.7.3.2 Parking brake type (if the vehicle is fitted with it) Parameter Help Text
Automatic
4.7.3.3 Maximum gradient on which the unit is kept immobilized by the parking brake alone (if the vehicle is fitted with it) Parameter Help Text
35 ‰ (mm/m)

4.7.4.1 Eddy current brake

4.7.4.1.1 Eddy current brake fitted Parameter Help Text
False

4.7.4.2 Magnetic brake

4.7.4.2.1 Magnetic brake fitted Parameter Help Text
False

4.7.4.3 Regenerative brake (only for vehicles with electrical traction)

4.7.4.3.1 Regenerative brake fitted Parameter Help Text
False
4.8.1 Vehicle length Parameter Help Text
43 m
4.8.2 Minimum in-service wheel diameter Parameter Help Text
790 mm
4.8.4 Minimum horizontal curve radius capability Parameter Help Text
150 m
4.8.5 Minimum vertical convex curve radius capability Parameter Help Text
500 m
4.8.6 Minimum vertical concave curve radius capability Parameter Help Text
500 m
4.8.8 Suitability for transport on ferries Parameter Help Text
False
4.9.1 Type of end coupling (indicating tensile and compressive forces) Parameter Help Text
Automatic
4.9.2 Axle bearing condition monitoring (hot axles box detection) Parameter Help Text
Detectable by line side

4.9.3 Flange lubrication

4.9.3.1 Flange lubrication fitted Parameter Help Text
True
4.9.3.2 Possibility of preventing the use of the lubrication device (only if fitted with flange lubrication) Parameter Help Text
True
4.11.1 Pass-by noise level (dB(A)) Parameter Help Text
80.7 dB(A)
4.11.2 Pass-by noise level was measured under reference conditions Parameter Help Text
True
4.11.3 Stationary noise level (dB(A)) Parameter Help Text
76 dB(A)
4.11.4 Starting noise level (dB(A)) Parameter Help Text
82.7 dB(A)

4.12.1 General passenger related characteristics

4.12.1.1 Number of fixed seats Parameter Help Text
From 00126 to 00126
4.12.1.2 Number of toilets Parameter Help Text
1
4.12.1.3 Number of sleeping places Parameter Help Text
From 00000 to 00000

4.12.2 PRM related characteristics

4.12.2.1 Number of priority seats Parameter Help Text
From 00013 to 00013
4.12.2.2 Number of wheelchair spaces Parameter Help Text
From 0 To 0
4.12.2.3 Number of PRM accessible toilets Parameter Help Text
1
4.12.2.4 Number of wheelchair accessible sleeping places Parameter Help Text
From 0 To 0

4.12.3 Passenger access and egress

4.12.3.1 Platform heights for which the vehicle is designed. Parameter Help Text
550 mm
760 mm
900 mm
4.12.3.2 Description of any integrated boarding aids (if provided) Parameter Help Text
semi-automatic ramps
bridging plates
4.12.3.3 Description of any portable boarding aids if considered in the design of the vehicle for meeting the PRM TSI requirements Parameter Help Text
semi-automatic ramps
4.14.1 Type of train detection systems for which the vehicle has been designed and assessed Parameter Help Text
none

4.14.2 Detailed vehicle characteristics related to compatibility with train detection systems

4.14.2.1 Maximum distance between consecutive axles Parameter Help Text
2900 mm
4.14.2.2 Minimum distance between consecutive axles Parameter Help Text
2500 mm
4.14.2.3 Distance between the first and the last axle Parameter Help Text
35100 mm
4.14.2.4 Maximum length of the vehicle nose Parameter Help Text
3500 mm
4.14.2.5 Minimum wheel rim width Parameter Help Text
134 mm
4.14.2.6 Minimum wheel diameter Parameter Help Text
790 mm
4.14.2.7 Minimum flange thickness Parameter Help Text
32.5 mm
4.14.2.8 Minimum flange height Parameter Help Text
27.5 mm
4.14.2.9 Maximum flange height Parameter Help Text
28.5 mm
4.14.2.10 Minimum axle load Parameter Help Text
13.7 t
4.14.2.12 Wheel material is ferromagnetic Parameter Help Text
True
4.14.2.13 Maximum sanding output Parameter Help Text
000650.000 g per 000030.000 s
4.14.2.14 Possibility of preventing the use of sanding Parameter Help Text
True
4.14.2.16 Maximum impedance between opposite wheels of a wheelset Parameter Help Text
0.01 Ohm
4.14.2.17 Minimum vehicle impedance (between wheels and pantograph) (only for vehicles equipped for 1500V or 3000V DC) Parameter Help Text
Autonomous
000000.000000 Ohm per 000000.000000 Hz