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|KiHa 187 series|
A KiHa 187-500 series train on a Super Inaba service
|Manufacturer||Nippon Sharyo, Niigata Tekkō|
|Entered service||July 2001|
|Number built||26 vehicles|
|Number in service||26 vehicles|
|Formation||2 cars per trainset|
|Fleet numbers||1 – 7, 11 – 12, 51 – 54|
112 (KiHa 187-500 series)
|Line(s) served||Sanin Main Line, Yamaguchi Line, Sanyō Main Line, Chizu Express Chizu Line, Inbi Line|
|Car body construction||Stainless steel|
|Train length||20,800 mm (68 ft 3 in)|
|Width||2,845 mm (9 ft 4.0 in)|
|Height||3,470 mm (11 ft 5 in)|
|Doors||One per side|
|Maximum speed||120 km/h (75 mph)|
|Prime mover(s)||SA6D140H (x2 per car)|
|Power output||450 hp (at 2,100 rpm) per engine|
|Deceleration||3.5 km/h/s (service), 4.2 km/h/s (emergency)|
WDT61A (KiHa 187-10/500 series)
|Braking system(s)||Engine brake, electronically controlled pneumatic brakes|
ATS-P (KiHa 187-500 series)
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
The KiHa 187 series (キハ187系, Kiha-187-kei) is a diesel multiple unit (DMU) train type operated by West Japan Railway Company (JR-West) on Super Oki , Super Matsukaze and Super Inaba limited express services.
KiHa 187-0/10 series
KiHa 187-500 series
Each set consists of two cars.
|Numbering||KiHa 187-1000/1010||KiHa 187-0/10|
|Numbering||KiHa 187-1500||KiHa 187-500|
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