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Jena: low-floor tram Tramino, Germany

Delivery: 2013

Vossloh Kiepe, the tramcar expert from Düsseldorf, has equipped the five new vehicles with its reliable equipment. The new low-floor trams are 29 metres long and designed as three-part two directional vehicles. These new vehicles will undergo a modern design developed in order to suit the one-meter wide railway system in Jena.

Vossloh Kiepe is responsible for all the electrical equipment installed in the new tramcars. Thus, its scope of supply comprises e.g. the traction equipment, the on-board power supply system, the control and communication system, the vehicle control system, the equipment in the driver’s cab and the passenger information system such as displays, CCTV and public address system. Moreover, the vehicles have been equipped with ventilation and air conditioning systems both in the passenger compartment and the driver’s cab.
The tramcars are powered by state-of-the-art, energy-saving traction inverters, which recuperate the braking energy to the overhead contact line system. Two redundant on-board converters supply all secondary consumers of the vehicle. The control and communication system, which has also been designed redundantly, ensures high availability of the vehicles, whereas Kiepe’s diagnostic system for vehicles makes the vehicles very maintenance-friendly.


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