Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Crystal Mover C810A

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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Crystal Mover C810A
Interior of C810A.jpg
Interior Design of C810A
In service5 April 2016; 3 years ago (2016-04-05) – Present
ManufacturerMitsubishi Heavy Industries
Built atMihara, Hiroshima, Japan
Family nameCrystal Mover
Constructed2012 – 2016
Entered service2016
Number built16 vehicles (16 train sets)
Number in service16 vehicles (16 train sets)
Formation1 per trainset
M
Fleet numbers42 – 57
Capacity14 seated; 91 standing
Operator(s)SBS Transit
Depot(s)Sengkang
Line(s) served SKLRT  Sengkang LRT line
 PGLRT  Punggol LRT line
Specifications
Car body constructionAluminum-alloy weighed
Car length11.84 m (38 ft 10 18 in)
Width2.69 m (8 ft 9 78 in)
Height3.615 m (11 ft 10 38 in)
Doors4 per car
Maximum speed80 km/h (50 mph) (design)
70 km/h (43 mph) (service)
Weight14,900 kg (32,800 lb) per car
Traction systemMitsubishi IGBT-VVVF inverter vector control
Traction motorsThree-phase AC induction motor
80 kW (110 hp)
Power output160 kW (210 hp)
Acceleration1.0 m/s2 (3.3 ft/s2)
Deceleration1.0 m/s (3.3 ft/s) (service)
1.3 m/s2 (4.3 ft/s2) (emergency)
Electric system(s)750 V DC third rail
Braking system(s)Electric command pneumatic brake with regenerative brake with stand-by brake, parking brake (with variable load control and wheel slide prevention control)
Safety system(s)Kyosan APM fixed block ATC with subsystems of ATO GOA 4 (UTO), ATP, ATS, CBI
Coupling systemBergische Stahl Industrie
Track gaugeSide-mounted guideway with rubber tyres

The Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Crystal Mover C810A is an Automated People Mover which will be serving on Sengkang LRT line and Punggol LRT line as the second generation train after their previous counterparts Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Crystal Mover C810. Two train sets commenced revenue service on 5 April 2016, with Set 43 and 44 running on the East and West loop of the Sengkang LRT line respectively. Since then, the rest of the fleet progressively went into service.

Train design[edit]

There is little difference between its older counterpart, the C810. However, its headlights are vertical instead of horizontal and luminously white instead of yellow installed on its predecessor. Its train number is underlined.[1]

Its interior design, bares little difference compared to its older counterparts, one being that the LCD screen font is smaller and shows green messages (e.g.: Welcome to SBS Transit) instead of yellow-green in its older counterparts.

During two car operations, passengers cannot walk through the other carriage as there is no gangway in between. The only way is to alight from one car and board the other.

Train formation[edit]

The configuration of a C810A in revenue service is M

Car of C810A
car type Motor Collector Shoe car length
mm ft in
M 11,840 38 ft 10.1 in|

The train cars can be coupled up to 2 cars during service.

The car numbers of the trains range from 42 to 57. Individual cars are assigned a two-digit serial number by the rail operator SBS Transit. A trainset consists of one motor car. For example, set 42 is car 42.

The serial numbers given are underlined, indicating they have the new signalling system.

Free replacement of bogie frames[edit]

On 9 September 2016, the Land Transport Authority and SBS Transit has made a joint statement that hairline cracks surfaced on 11 of the 41 older C810 trains which prompted the authorities to have bogie frame structure for all 57 train car running in the Sengkang LRT line and Punggol LRT line to be replaced once the manufacturer has redesigned and strengthened its bogie frames.[2]

In the joint statement, they have said that the manufacturer will bear the full cost for the replacement.[2]

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