Tokyo Metro 05 series

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Tokyo Metro 05 series
Metro 5line 05-102F.jpg
Set 05-102, one of the original 05 series trains
In service 1988 - Present
Manufacturer Kinki Sharyo, Hitachi
Constructed 1988–2004
Number built 430 vehicles (43 sets)
Predecessor Tokyo Metro 5000 series
Tokyo Metro 6000 series (Chiyoda Branch Line)
Successor Tokyo Metro 15000 series
Formation 3/10 cars per trainset (Tokyo Metro)
8 cars per trainset (KRL Jabodetabek)
Operator(s) Tokyo Metro, Kereta Commuter Indonesia
Depot(s) Fukagawa Depot, Depok/Bukit Duri Depot (KRL Jabodetabek)
Line(s) served Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line (Ayase Branch)
Specifications
Car body construction Aluminium
Car length 20 m (65 ft 7 in)
Width 05 series: 2,850 mm (9.35 ft); 05N series: 2,800 mm (9.19 ft)
Maximum speed 110 km/h (70 mph)
Traction system 4-quadrant GTO chopper
Variable frequency (GTO/IGBT/PMSM)
Electric system(s) 1,500 V DC overhead
Safety system(s) ATS-P
Track gauge 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)

The Tokyo Metro 05 series (東京地下鉄05系, Tōkyō Chikatetsu 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 Jabodetabek system in Jakarta.

A total of 43 10-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 transferred from the Yurakucho Line, so no further 05 series trains were built.

The master controller includes a deadman system in which the brakes are applied if the driver releases the master controller, the partition between the driver's cab and passenger saloon has three windows. Two of the windows are usually screened by curtains on the Tozai Line, but one window is left unobstructed so passengers can look the view ahead even on subway tracks.

Operations[edit]

As of 1 April 2014, a total of 34 sets (30 x ten-car sets and four x three-car sets) were in operation in Japan.[1]

Tozai Line 10-car sets[edit]

30 x 10-car sets based at Fukagawa Depot and used on the following lines.[1]

Chiyoda Line 3-car sets[edit]

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

Specifications[edit]

05-101 to 113 05-114 05-115 to 118 05-119 to 124 05-125 to 133 05-134 to 139 05-140 to 143
Max speed (km/h) 110 120
Acceleration (km/h/s) 3.3 3.0 3.3
Deceleration (km/h/s) 3.5 (emergency 5.0)
Front end style Rectangular lights, no skirt Round lights, skirt
Headlights Sealed beam HID
Destination indicators Roller blind 3-colour LED
Interior LED displays 8 per car 4 per car
Control system Chopper GTO-VVVF Chopper IGBT-VVVF
Motor/trailer ratio 5M5T 4M6T 5M5T 4M6T 5M5T
Motor output (kW per motor) 160 200 160 205 165
Train power output (kW) 3,200 3,280 3,300
Gear ratio 5.73 (86:15) 7.79 (109:14) 5.73 (86:15) 7.79 (109:14) 6.21 (87:14)
Pantographs lozenge x5 lozenge x4 lozenge x5 lozenge x4 single arm x5Note single arm x3
Door width (m) 1.3 1.8 1.3
Driving controls Dual handle Single handle
Seat configuration 3-7-7-7-3 2-6-6-6-2 4-6-7-6-4 3-7-7-7-3
  • Note: Sets 05-135 to 139 use 3 pantographs (other pantographs are not used).

Batch differences[edit]

05-114 with wide doors and GTO-VVVF system
Set 05-143, June 2007
  • 05-101 to 05-113
    • Built 1988 to 1991.
    • From 05-104 front end glass is slightly extended.
  • 05-114
    • Built 1991.
    • Wide-door cars.
    • VVVF prototype cars.
  • 05-115 to 05-118
    • Built 1992.
    • Wide-door cars.
    • Control system same as sets 05-101 to 05-113.
  • 05-119 to 05-124
    • Built 1993 to 1994.
    • Control system is similar to 06 series and 07 series.
    • Window sizes are not uniform.
    • Set 05-124 contains recycled aluminium components.
  • 05-125 to 05-133
    • Built 1999 to 2001.
    • Design is completely changed.
    • Performance is similar to sets 119 to 124.
  • 05-134 to 05-139
    • Built 2002 to 2003.
    • Control system is similar to 08 series (used on Hanzōmon Line), with increased performance.
    • Uniform window size
  • 05-140 to 05-143 (13th batch)[2]
    • Built 2004.
    • Control system is similar to sets 134 to 139, but uses pure electric braking.
    • Body fabrication changed to adopt Hitachi A-Train concept.

Formations[edit]

Refurbished sets[edit]

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. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Designation CT1 M1 T M2 Tc1 Tc2 M3 T' M4 CT2
Numbering 05-100 05-200 05-400 05-800 05-500 05-600 05-300 05-700 05-900 05-000
Weight (t) 24.9 33.5 22.8 32.0 25.9 25.6 32.3 23.3 32.2 25.0
Capacity (total/seated) 143/40 155/42 154/44 154/44 154/44 154/44 154/44 154/42 154/44 143/40

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[edit]

A 3-car Chiyoda Line set, March 2014

The four sets refurbished and reformed as 3-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. 1 2 3
Designation CM M1 CT
Numbering 05-100 05-200 05-000
Capacity (total/seated) 142/48 154/51 142/48
  • The "M1" car has two lozenge-type pantographs.[4]
  • The two motored cars each have three axles motored.[4]

Interior[edit]

Refurbishment[edit]

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 LCD passenger information screens were added above the doorways.[5]

Resale[edit]

Eight former 05 series sets have been sold to PT. Kereta Commuter Indonesia (formerly as KAI 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.[6]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c 私鉄車両編成表 2014 [Private Railway Rolling Stock Formations - 2014] (in Japanese). Japan: Kotsu Shimbunsha. 24 July 2014. pp. 70–73. ISBN 978-4-330-48414-3. 
  2. ^ "東京メトロ05系13次車・東葉高速鉄道2000系登場" [Tokyo Metro 05 series 13th batch & Toyo Rapid 2000 series arrive]. Railway Journal. Japan: Tetsudō Journal. 39 (459): 99. January 2005. 
  3. ^ a b "東京地下鉄05系「B修」施行車" [Tokyo Metro 05 series "B refurbishment" trainset]. Japan Railfan Magazine. Vol. 53 no. 622. Japan: Koyusha Co., Ltd. February 2013. pp. 68–70. 
  4. ^ a b c "東京地下鉄千代田線用05系" [Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line 05 series]. Japan Railfan Magazine. Vol. 54 no. 640. Japan: Koyusha Co., Ltd. August 2014. pp. 67–70. 
  5. ^ a b "東京地下鉄 東西線05系14編成がリニュアル" [Tokyo Metro Tozai Line 05 series set 14 refurbished]. Tetsudō Daiya Jōhō Magazine. Vol. 42 no. 345. Japan: Kōtsū Shimbun. January 2013. p. 73. 
  6. ^ "インドネシアへ渡ったメトロ車輛" [Rolling stock that travelled to Indonesia]. Train. No. 437. Japan: Eriei. May 2011. p. 46. 

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