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|Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Crystal Mover|
|In service||March 2006 - Current|
|Manufacturer||Mitsubishi Heavy Industries|
|Number built|| Total Ordered: 22 cars (22 trains)|
Passenger service: 16 cars (16 trains)
|Capacity|| 105 passengers|
|Operator||Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore|
|Depot(s)||Changi Airport Terminal 1|
|Line(s) served||Changi Airport Skytrain|
|Car body construction||Aluminium-alloy welded|
|Car length||11.84 m|
|Engine||Three-phase DC induction motor|
|Maximum speed|| 80 km/h (Design)|
70 km/h (Service)
|Deceleration|| 1.0 m/s2 (Service)|
1.3 m/s2 (Emergency)
|Braking system|| Regenerative (Service)|
|Electric system||750 V DC 3rd rail|
|Gauge||Side-mounted guideway with rubber tyres|
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Crystal Mover is an automated people mover (APM) train built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries for the use on the Changi Airport Skytrain. These trains are mainly for airport and light rail applications, operating by Automatic Train Control (ATC), making it fully automatic and driverless.
Trains can be coupled for two-car operations. But in the future, between Terminal 3 Station B and Terminal 2 Station E, it will upgrade to 3-car system.
Individual cars are given a two-digit serial number by the rail operator, Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, ranging from 01 to 16. But they upgraded 6 trains and make it to 22 trains, it will be between 17 and 22.