• 4.2 Subway trains
  • 4.2 Subway trains

    4.2.1 Japan

    01

    Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 01 subway train
    Description:
    TRTA 01 (zero-one) electric subway train. The train consists of 6 cars, of which 3 motorized and 3 trailers. All parts of the cars, including the framework, are made from light alloys. Very well done simulation with realistic sounds and photorealistic driver's stand. Speedometer with ATC-indication of highest permissible speed, upcoming signal aspect, and upcoming speed restriction. Manometer (pressure gauge), clock, pilot lamp and brake indicator. This train comes in a BVE 2 version with moving power and brake handles, which follows the simulation, and a version for BVE 4. Both versions works with OpenBVE.
     
    # of veh.:
    6
     
    Total length:
    96 m 
     
    Total weight:
    Ca. 154 t 
     
    Traction pwr:
     
     
    Max load:
    608 pax. (of which ca. 188 seated)
    Power source:
    3rd rail 600 V DC
     
    Max velocity:
    80 km/h  
     
    Safety systems in BVE:
    ATS-P ATC
     
    Vintage:
    1983--1984
    Creator:
    Green Shuttle infomate@shtr-m.net
    Lines:
    TRTA Ginza line 
     Works with OpenBVE:
    Yes
    Known problems:
    None
    Vehicle description:
    Short history, technical data and pictures of and inside of class 01 (text in Japanese)
    Misc.:
    When using the BVE 4 version of this train in OpenBVE, the following keyboard keys are assigned for various functions: When using the BVE 2 version of this train in OpenBVE, the following keyboard keys are assigned for various functions:
    Download from:
    Those trains have disappeared from the creator's website.
    To download from this website:
    Train for BVE 4, in OpenBVE to be placed in the directory LegacyContent\Train.
    Train for BVE 2, in OpenBVE to be placed in the directory LegacyContent\Train.
    Last update of this directory entry:
    2018-May-21

    08

    Screen dump of the driver's view Picture of a class 08 subway train
    Description:
    TRTA class 08 (zero-eight) electric subway train. The train consists of 10 cars, of which 5 motorized cars and 5 trailer cars. Car framework and body is made from light alloys. Very well made simulation with realistic sounds and photorealistic driver's stand.

    In OpenBVE speedometer with ATC indication of permissible speed, upcoming signal aspect, upcoming speed restriction; indication of permissible speed according to ATS-P calculated breaking curve and upcoming speed restriction; Indication of permissible speed according to ORP calculated breaking curve. Manometers (pressure gauges), current meter, pilot lamp, master controller indicator, and a MFD with indication of train type, doors open for each car, current drawn/delivered to the overhead wire, station or route between stations; Also switches for the safety systems, indicator lamps for the safety systems, regenerative braking on/off and some other functions.

     
    # of veh.:
    10
     
    Total length:
    200 m 
     
    Total weight:
    Ca. 270 t 
     
    Traction pwr:
    3300 kW 
     
    Max load:
    Ca. 1500 pax.
    Power source:
    Overhead wire 1500 V DC
     
    Max velocity:
    110 km/h  
     
    Safety systems in BVE:
    ATS-P ATC
     
    Vintage:
    2002
    Creator:
    Green Shuttle infomate@shtr-m.net
    Lines:
    TRTA Hanzomon line 
     Works with OpenBVE:
    Yes
    Known problems:
    None
    Vehicle description:
    Short history, technical data and pictures of and inside of class 08 (text in Japanese)
    Misc.:
    When this train is used with OpenBVE, the following keyboard keys are assigned for various functions:
    Download from:
    The BVE 4 version of this train, which is compatible with OpenBVE, has disappeared from the creator's website.
    To download from this website:
    Train
    Last update of this directory entry:
    2018-May-20

     
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