Tokyo Metro 05 series

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TRTA/Tokyo Metro 05 series
Tokyo-Metro Series05-122F.jpg
Set 05-122 in July 2022
In service1988–present
Manufacturer Kinki Sharyo, Hitachi, Nippon Sharyo, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Tokyu Car Corporation
Family name Hitachi A-train (Batch 13)
Replaced
Constructed19882004
Entered service16 November 1988
Refurbished2012
Scrapped2010
Number built430 vehicles (43 sets)
Number in service
  • 188 vehicles (05 series)
  • 190 vehicles (05N series)
  • 56 vehicles in overseas operations
Successor Tokyo Metro 15000 series
Formation
  • 10 cars per trainset (Tokyo Metro Tozai Line)
  • 3 cars per trainset (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line)
  • 8,10 And 12 cars per trainset (KAI Commuter)
Fleet numbers05101-05143
Operator(s)
Depot(s)
  • Fukagawa Depot
  • Depok Depot (KAI Commuter)
Line(s) served
Specifications
Car body construction Aluminium
Car length20 m (65 ft 7 in)
Width2.850 m (9 ft 4+316 in)(05)
2.800 m (9 ft 2+14 in)(05N)
Height4.022–4.135 m (13 ft 2 in – 13 ft 7 in)
(4.08–4.145 m (13 ft 5 in – 13 ft 7 in) with pantograph)
Doors4 per car
Maximum speed110 km/h (68.4 mph) (design, sets 05101-05133)
120 km/h (74.6 mph) (design, 05134-05143)
100 km/h (62.1 mph) (Tokyo Metro Tozai Line)
Traction system
TransmissionWestinghouse Natal (WN) drive
Acceleration 3.3 km/(h⋅s) (2.1 mph/s)
Deceleration 3.5 km/(h⋅s) (2.2 mph/s)
Electric system(s) 1,500 V DC overhead catenary
Current collector(s) Pantograph
Bogies Bolsterless air spring bogie
Braking system(s) Electronically controlled pneumatic brakes with regenerative braking
Safety system(s) CS-ATC (Tokyo Metro Tozai Line), ATS-P (Chūō-Sōbu Line), WS-ATC (Tōyō Rapid Railway)
Coupling system Shibata
Track gauge 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)

The TRTA/Tokyo Metro 05 series (営団・東京メトロ05系, Eidan/Tōkyō Metoro 05-kei) is an electric multiple unit (EMU) train type operated on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line and Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line Ayase Branch in Japan by the subway operator Tokyo Metro. Some sets have also been shipped to Indonesia, where they operate on the KRL Commuterline system in Jakarta.

Contents

A total of 43 ten-car trainsets were built from 1988 to 2004, with a number of variants. Sets 05-125 onward have a redesigned front end, and are called "05N series". Sets 05-114 to 05-118 have wide doors. A further four sets were due to be built, but the plan was changed to use 07 series trains transferred from the Yurakucho Line, so no further 05 series trains were built.

Operations

As of 1 April 2017, a total of 34 sets (30 x ten-car sets and 4 x three-car sets) were in operation in Japan. [1]

Tozai Line 10-car sets

30 x ten-car sets based at Fukagawa Depot and used on the following lines. [1]

Chiyoda Line 3-car sets

Four three-car sets based at Ayase Depot for use on Chiyoda Line Kita-Ayase Branch Line services since 2014. [1]

Specifications

05-101 to 11305-11405-115 to 11805-119 to 12405-125 to 13305-134 to 13905-140 to 143
Max speed (km/h)110120
Acceleration (km/h/s)3.33.03.3
Deceleration (km/h/s)3.5 (emergency 5.0)
Front end styleRectangular lights, no skirtRound lights, skirt
HeadlightsSealed beamHID
Destination indicatorsRoller blind (converted Chiyoda branch line use LED display)3-colour LED
Interior LED displays8 per car4 per car
Control systemChopperGTO-VVVFChopperIGBT-VVVF
Motor/trailer ratio5M5T4M6T5M5T4M6T5M5T
Motor output (kW per motor)160200160205165
Train power output (kW)3,2003,2803,300
Gear ratio5.73 (86:15)7.79 (109:14)5.73 (86:15)7.79 (109:14)6.21 (87:14)
Pantographslozenge x5lozenge x4lozenge x5lozenge x4single arm x5single arm x3
Door width (m)1.31.81.3
Driving controlsDual handlesingle handle
Seat configuration3-7-7-7-32-6-6-6-24-6-7-6-43-7-7-7-3

Batch differences

Formations

Refurbished sets

The refurbished sets are formed as shown below, with four motored "M" cars, and with car 1 at the Nishi-Funabashi end. [3]

Car No.12345678910
DesignationCT1M1TM2Tc1Tc2M3T'M4CT2
Numbering05-10005-20005-40005-80005-50005-60005-30005-70005-90005-000
Weight (t)24.933.522.832.025.925.632.323.332.225.0
Capacity (total/seated)143/40155/42154/44154/42154/44143/40

Each motored car (cars 2, 4, 7, and 9) is fitted with one single-arm pantograph. [3]

Chiyoda Line Kita-Ayase Branch 3-car sets

A 3-car Chiyoda Line set in March 2014 Tokyo Metro 05-013F Chiyoda line Kita-Ayase branch line for test run.jpg
A 3-car Chiyoda Line set in March 2014

The four sets refurbished and reformed as three-car units for use on the Chiyoda Line Kita-Ayase Branch from April 2014 are formed as shown below, with two motored ("M") cars and one non-powered trailer ("T") car, and with car 1 at the Ayase end. [4] Sets 05-101, 05-103, 05-106 and 05-113 have been moved to the Chiyoda line.

Car No.123
DesignationCMM1CT
Numbering05-10005-20005-000
Capacity (total/seated)142/48154/51142/48

Interior

Refurbishment

In December 2012, set 05-114 underwent "type B" refurbishment, with a number of improvements utilizing features on the newer 15000 series sets. [5] The traction motors were replaced with new PMSM (permanent magnet synchronous motors), as used on the Chiyoda Line 16000 series sets, and internally, 17-inch (432 mm) LCD passenger information screens were added above the doorways. [5] The same was done to fifth-batch sets 05-115 to 05-118 over the next few years, and eventually all sixth-batch sets 05-119 to 05-121 by the end of May 2020. [6]

Retirement

The 05 series begun to be replaced by new 15000 series trains from May 2010. The first batch was replaced by the 15000 series, and has since been scrapped.

Eight former 05 series sets have been shipped to KAI Commuter (formerly known as KA Commuter Jabodetabek / KRL Jabodetabek) in Jakarta, Indonesia. They are sets 05-102, 05-104, 05-105, 05-107, 05-108, 05–109, 05-110 and 05–112. These sets have been reduced to eight cars. [7]

Set 05-107 was withdrawn following derailment accident damage sustained in October 2012. [7] Sets 05-102, 104, 105, 109 and 112 are no longer in operation and stored in Depok railway depot. Set 05-110F is bearing the latest KAI Commuter's gray-red-white color scheme.

See also

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