Kv Ac

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Gauge Change Train - First-generation Train (1998–2006)
... output 190 kW (250 hp) per axle (25 kV AC) Electric system(s) 25 kV AC (50/60), 20 kV AC (50/60), 1,500 V DC, Overhead wire Current collection method Pantograph Track ... narrow-gauge lines under a catenary voltage of 25 kV AC (50/60 Hz), 20 kV AC (50/60 Hz), or 1,500 V DC ...
Prussian G 10 - See Also
... E.421 650 V DC Third rail E.220 E.320 E.321 E.420 E.620 3,6 kV AC Three-Phase E.330 E.331 E.332 E.333 E.360 E.380 E.390 E.430 E.431 E.432 E.550 E.551 E.552 E.554 10,6 kV AC Three-Ph ...
FS Class E380
... P U Electric Rechargeable battery E.421 650 V DC Third rail E.220 E.320 E.321 E.420 E.620 3,6 kV AC Three-Phase E.330 E.331 E.332 E.333 E.360 E.380 E.390 E.430 E.431 E.432 E.550 ...
Railway Electrification In Great Britain - Obsolete Systems - 1,500 V DC, Overhead
... Technological advances after 1945 meant the 25 kV AC system was adopted instead for the West Coast Main line and Glasgow suburban electrification (as set out in the BR 1955 Modernisation ... The line was converted to 25 kV AC in 1971, but the stretch between Altrincham and Trafford Bar (plus the stretch between Trafford Bar and the Cornbrook viaduct) were later ... The remaining section in Manchester was converted to 25 kV AC in December 1984 ...
Manchester, South Junction And Altrincham Railway - Conversion To 25 KV AC
... In the 1950s, British Railways chose 25 kV 50 Hz AC overhead in place of 1500 V DC as the standard for all future main line electrification outside the Southern Region ... Main Line opened between Manchester and Crewe, using 25 kV AC system ... The short section between Piccadilly and Oxford Road stations was converted to 25 kV AC, and on 21 September 1960, suburban services from the Styal and ...