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RA2 Multiple Unit

RA2 multiple unit
RA2 Multiple Unit
In service Russian Railways, Železnice Srbije
Manufacturer Metrovagonmash, Russia
Constructed 2005-2014
Number built 119
Specifications
Width 3.140 m (10 ft 3.6 in)
Maximum speed 160 km/h (99 mph) [1]
Weight Of the head end car 44 t (43 long tons; 49 short tons)
Of trailer car 37 t (36 long tons; 41 short tons)
Prime mover(s) Diesel
Power output 2 × 350 kW (470 hp)
Coupling system SA3
Track gauge

1,520 mm (4 ft 11 2732 in) Russian gauge

1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge (Serbia)

The RA-2 Multiple Unit (Cyrillic:РА2) is a Russian diesel multiple unit (rail bus), type 2. The RA-2 is produced by Metrovagonmash and is designed for passenger transportation on non-electrified railway lines with high traffic, as well as suburban and inter-regional communication. They can be operated as a part of only two head end cars, and with one or two trailing cars. The head / end cars have one exit from the cab for high platforms, and one in the centre of the car high and low platforms.

Contents

  • Gallery 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

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See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.metrowagonmash.ru/eng/production/diesel_train/Diesel-train-for-Serbia/

External links

  • [1]- JSC "Spetsremont" factory (Russian)
  • [2] - JSC "Spetsremont" factory (Russian)
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