FS Class E.414

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FS class E.414
Trenitalia Frecciabianca Class 414 No 414-139..jpg
A E.414N in the Frecciabianca livery at Santa Lucia Station, Venice
Type and origin
Power type Electric
Builder TREVI Consortium
Build date 1994-1996, reconverted from 2007
 • UIC Bo-Bo
Gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Wheel diameter 1.100 m (43.31 in)
Wheelbase 11.450 m (37 ft 6 34 in) between bogies
3.000 m (118.11 in) between axles of each bogie
Length 15.540 m (50 ft 11 34 in)
Loco weight 68 short tons (61 long tons; 62 t)
Electric system/s 3,000 V DC Catenary
Current pickup(s) Pantograph
Traction motors DC series
Performance figures
Maximum speed 250 km/h (160 mph) original
200 km/h (120 mph) after reconversion
Power output 4,400 kW (5,900 hp)
Tractive effort 200 kN (45,000 lbf)
Operators FS Trenitalia
First run 1995

The E.414 is a class of Italian railways electric locomotives. They were built in 1994-1996, in a total of 60 units, as the E.404 class used in pairs in the ETR 500 high-speed trains. Starting from 2007, they were refurbished to be used, in double units, to haul Frecciabianca prestige trains.