Toei Class E5000

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Toei Class E5000
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E5000 class loco number E5002, October 2006
Type and origin
Power typeElectric
BuilderKawasaki Heavy Industries
Total produced4
Specifications
Configuration:
   UIC Bo-Bo
Gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8+12 in) standard gauge
Length12.5 m (41 ft 18 in)
Width2.47 m (8 ft 1+14 in)
Height3,145 mm (10 ft 3+78 in)
Electric system/s 1,500 V DC (nominal) from overhead catenary
Current pickup(s) Pantograph
Traction motors 4 × 190 kW (250 hp) 3-phase AC induction motor, 2-level IGBTVVVF inverter control
Original: Siemens T-INV5
2017 replacement: Toyo Denki
Performance figures
Maximum speed70 km/h (45 mph)
Power output760 kW (1,020 hp)
Career
Operators Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation
Number in class4
NumbersMC1: E5001, E5003
MC2: E5002, E5004
LocaleTokyo
Delivered2005

The E5000 (E5000形) is a class of four DC electric locomotives operated by Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation (Toei) in Japan.

Four locos (numbered E5001 to E5004) were delivered from Kawasaki Heavy Industries in 2005 for use in hauling linear-motor powered Ōedo Line trainsets to the Magome Workshops on the Asakusa Line in Ōta, Tokyo for heavy overhaul from 2006, following the completion of the Shiodome Link Line. [1] They are single-ended locomotives which work as permanently coupled pairs. [2]

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References

  1. Kajiwara, Hisashi (July 2009). "公営地下鉄在籍両数ビッグ3 東京都交通局" [Top 3 Subway Vehicle Owners: Toei]. Japan Railfan Magazine . Vol. 49 no. 579. Japan: Kōyūsha. pp. 128–139.
  2. "東京都交通局E5000形電気機関車" [Toei Class E5000 Electric Locomotives]. Railway Magazine. No. 263. Japan: Neko Publishing. August 2005. pp. 78–79.