Odakyu 2000 series
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An Odakyu 2000 series
In service4 March 1995 – Present
ManufacturerNippon Sharyo (set #1,5,8)
Kawasaki Heavy Industries (set #2,6,9)
Tokyu Car Corporation (set #3,4,7)
Constructed1994 – 2001
Number built72 vehicles (9 sets)
Number in service72 vehicles (9 sets)
Formation8 cars per trainset
Fleet numbers2051 – 2059
Capacity1,240 (146 in leading car, 158 in intermediate car)
Operator(s)Odakyu Electric Railway
Depot(s)Ebina
Line(s) servedOdakyū Odawara Line, Tama Line
Specifications
Car body constructionStainless steel
Car length20,150 mm (leading car)
20,000 mm (intermediate car)
Width2,860 mm
Height4,145 mm (pantograph car)
4,060 mm (normal car)
Doors4 pairs per side
Maximum speed100 km/h (service)
120 km/h (design)
Weight256,6 t
Traction systemMitsubishi 3-level VVVF (IGBT switching device)[1]
Traction motorsMitsubishi 3-phase squirrel-cage induction motor[2]
Power output2,800 kW (175 kW x16)
Acceleration3.3 km/h/s (2.7 km/h/s before the 1998 timetable revision)
Deceleration4.0 km/h/s (service)
4.7 km/h/s (emergency)
Electric system(s)1,500 V DC overhead line
Current collector(s)Pantograph
BogiesSumitomo Metal Industries
SS143 (motored car)
SS043 (trailer car)
Braking system(s)Electronically controlled pneumatic brakes with regenerative braking
Safety system(s)OM-ATS, D-ATS-P
Coupling systemShibata coupler
Track gauge1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)

The Odakyu 2000 series (小田急2000形, Odakyū 2000-gata) is a commuter electric multiple unit (EMU) train that the private railway operator Odakyu Electric Railway has operated in the Tokyo area of Japan since March 1995.[3]

Nine 8-car sets in total were manufactured between 1995 and 2001 in three batches. The design was based on the earlier 1000 series sets, with some of the passenger doors increased from 1,300 to 1,600 mm (4 ft 3 in to 5 ft 3 in) wide to help reduce station dwell times.[4]

Formation

As of 1 April 2015, the fleet consisted of nine 8-car sets, 2051 to 2059, formed as follows with four motored (M) cars and four unpowered trailer (T) cars. Car 8 is at the Shinjuku end.[5]

Car No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Designation Tc2 M5 M4 T2 T1 M2 M1 Tc1
Numbering 2450 2400 2300 2250 2150 2100 2000 2050

History

The trains were delivered between January 1995 and April 2001, with the first trains entering revenue service on 8 March 1995.[4] These sets are primarily used for Local services.

Build details

The build histories for the fleet are as follows.[4]

Batch Set No. Delivery date
1 2051 January 1995
2052 March 1995
2 2053 June 1998
3 2054 October 2000 - April 2001
2055
2056
2057
2058
2059

In popular culture

The Odakyu 2000 series is featured as a player-driveable train in the Microsoft Train Simulator computer game.[6]

References

  1. ^ 『鉄道ジャーナル』通巻342号 p.87
  2. ^ 『鉄道ジャーナル』通巻342号 p.88
  3. ^ 私鉄車両年鑑2012 [Japan Private Railways Annual 2012]. Tokyo, Japan: Ikaros Publications Ltd. February 2012. p. 166. ISBN 978-4-86320-549-9.
  4. ^ a b c 2007小田急通勤車両オールガイド [2007 Odakyu commuter rolling stock complete guide]. Tetsudō Daiya Jōhō Magazine (in Japanese). Vol. 36, no. 278. Japan: Kōtsū Shimbun. June 2007. pp. 21–23.
  5. ^ a b c d e 私鉄車両編成表 2015 [Private Railway Rolling Stock Formations - 2015] (in Japanese). Japan: Kotsu Shimbunsha. 23 July 2015. p. 52. ISBN 978-4-330-58415-7.
  6. ^ "8 - How to Drive an Electric Locomotive". Microsoft Train Simulator - Engineer's Handbook. Microsoft. 2001. p. 57.