SNCF Class B 82500

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B 82500
B82500 Provins5.JPG
B82500 electro-diesel multiple unit at Provins
Built at Bombardier, Crespin[citation needed]
Capacity seated: 204 to 220
Specifications
Train length 72.8 m (238 ft 10 in)
Car length end cars: 21.000 m (68 ft 10.8 in)
inner cars: 15.400 m (50 ft 6.3 in)
Width 2.950 m (9 ft 8.1 in)
Height 4.020 m (13 ft 2.3 in)
Floor height 1.260 m (4 ft 1.6 in)
Entry 0.590 m (1 ft 11.2 in)
Maximum speed 160 km/h (99 mph)
Weight 170 tonnes (167 long tons; 187 short tons)
Prime mover(s) MTU
Power output Diesel Engine: 2x 588 kW (789 hp) @ 1800rpm
Electric; 1,300 kW (1,700 hp)[1]
Acceleration diesel: 0.47 m/s2 (1.5 ft/s2)
1.5kV : 0.66 m/s2 (2.2 ft/s2)
25kV : 0.67 m/s2 (2.2 ft/s2)
Electric system(s) 25 kV AC, 1.5 kV DC
Catenary
Current collection method Pantograph
UIC classification Bo'2'2'2'Bo'
Notes
Sources = [1] except where noted

The B 82500 is a class of hybrid, multi-system, diesel and overhead electificatication (1.5 kV DC, 25 kV AC) powered multiple unit built by Bombardier for SNCF.[2]

The class was officially launched at Gare de Troyes on 9 October 2007 for service on the TER Champagne-Ardenne lines.[1]

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This article incorporates information from this version of the equivalent article on the French Wikipedia.