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{{Infobox/Train
| colspan="2" style="text-align:center" | <big><strong>Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Crystal Mover</strong></big>
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|Name=Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Crystal Mover
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|Info1=
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{{Infoline|In service|2006 – Present}}
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{{Infoline|Manufacturer|Mitsubishi Heavy Industries}}
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{{Infoline|Origin|Mihara, Japan}}
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{{Infoline|Constructed|2005 – 2006, 2017 – 2018}}
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{{Infoline|Number Built|22 cars (22 Trains)}}
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|Info2=
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{{Infoline|Body Construction|Welded Aluminium alloy}}
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{{Infoline|Length|12.5 m}}
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{{Infoline|Width|2.7 m}}
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{{Infoline|Height|3.6 m}}
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{{Infoline|Doors|2 m, 4 per car}}
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{{Infoline|Maximum Speed|Design: 80 km/h<br>Service: 70 km/h}}
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{{Infoline|Traction Control|IGBT-VVVF (Mitsubishi)}}
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{{Infoline|Line Voltage|750V DC Third Rail}}
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{{Infoline|Track Gauge|Side-mounted Guideway}}
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'''Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Crystal Mover''' are the second generation of trains running on the {{CAS}}. Trains on either side of the skytrain features different colouring scheme despite building with the same specification.
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==History==
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Mitsubishi delivered 16 Crystal Mover vehicles to Singapore Changi Airport, ten of which are allocated to PMS/North and six to PMS/South. The Crystal Mover was also designed for flexible response to a variety of operations, from a one car operation to multiple coupled-car operations, depending upon the system requirements.
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<ref>[//www.mhi.co.jp/technology/review/pdf/e442/e442010.pdf "Automated People Mover "Crystal Mover" for Singapore Changi International Airport"]. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.</ref>
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To increase the system capacity of the Skytrain, six new train cars have been purchased which subsequently entered service in 2019 in conjunction with the upgrading of the Changi Airport Skytrain.<ref>[//www.straitstimes.com/singapore/transport/skytrain-at-changi-airport-to-get-systems-upgrade-more-cabins "Skytrain at Changi Airport to get systems upgrade, more cabins"]. Straits Times. Retrieved 3 May 2016.</ref>
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==Design/Features==
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!PMS North
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!PMS South
 
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| colspan="2" style="text-align:center" | [[File:CGA Crystal Mover.jpg|center|300px]] A Crystal Mover approaching a station.
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|<div class="train">{{TrainCar|M|3237D7|only}}</div>
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|<div class="train">{{TrainCar|M|FA6E3C|only}}</div>
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|-style="background-color:#DDD"
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!colspan=3|Exterior Design
 
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! In service
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!style="text-align:left"|Livery
| March 2006 - Current
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|colspan=2|Black and silver
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! Manufacturer
 
| Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
 
 
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! Number built
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!style="text-align:left"|Train Run Number
| Passenger service: 22 cars (22 trains)
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|colspan=2 {{N/A}}
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|-style="background-color:#DDD"
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!colspan=3|Interior Design
 
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! Capacity
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!style="text-align:left"|Seating Capacity
| 105 passengers<br>4 seats
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|colspan=2|8
 
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! Operator
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!style="text-align:left"|Wheelchair Bay
| Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore
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|colspan=2 {{N/A}}
 
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! Depot(s)
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!style="text-align:left"|Door Closing Indicator Lights
| Changi Airport Terminal 1
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|colspan=2 {{N/A}}
 
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! Line(s) served
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!style="text-align:left"|Passenger Information System
| Changi Airport Skytrain
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|colspan=2|LED Display, LCD Screen
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|-style="background-color:#DDD"
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!colspan=3|System
 
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| style="background:#efefef;" align="center" colspan="2"| <strong>Specifications</strong> 
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!style="text-align:left"|Safety System
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|colspan=2|ATC, ATO, ATP, ATS
! Car body construction
 
| Aluminium-alloy welded
 
 
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! Car length
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!style="text-align:left"|Signalling System
| 11.84 m
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|colspan=2|Fixed Block
 
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! Width
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!style="text-align:left"|Traction Control
| 2.69 m
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|colspan=2|IGBT-VVVF (Mitsubishi)
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! Height
 
| 3.615 m
 
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! Weight
 
| 14900 kg
 
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! Engine
 
| Three-phase DC induction motor
 
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! Maximum speed
 
| 80 km/h (Design)<br>70 km/h (Service)
 
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! Acceleration
 
| 1.0 m/s<sup>2</sup>
 
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! Deceleration
 
| 1.0 m/s<sup>2</sup> (Service)<br>1.3 m/s<sup>2</sup> (Emergency)
 
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! Braking system
 
| Regenerative (Service)<br>Electro-Pneumatic (Service)
 
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! Electric system
 
| 750 V DC 3rd rail
 
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! Gauge
 
| Side-mounted guideway with rubber tyres
 
 
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'''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.
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==Fleet Numbering==
 
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The car numbers of the trains range from 01 to 22.
==Fleet==
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*Passenger Vehicles 1 to 10 and 17 to 20 serve PMS North.
[[Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Crystal Mover Fleet Info]]
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*Passenger Vehicles 11 to 16, 21 and 22 serve PMS South.
 
 
==Operation==
 
The Crystal Mover trains are fully automated, without attendant, running on a system that are similar to the [[Bombardier INNOVIA C801|C801]] and [[Bombardier INNOVIA C801A|C801A]] trains.
 
 
 
Trains can be coupled for two-car operations.
 
 
 
==Features==
 
The Crystal Mover trains have similar features to the [[Mitsubishi Heavy Industries C810|C810]] trains, but converted to a bar train having 18 seats replaced with 2 horizontal bars.
 
  
==Trainset numbers==
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==References==
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.
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<references/>
  
==Related Articles==
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{{Railway Lines}}
* [[Trains]]
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{{Changi Airport Skytrain}}
  
[[Category:Trains]]
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[[Category:Train Rolling Stock]]

Latest revision as of 14:25, 25 June 2020

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Crystal Mover

*Graphic From SGTrains/Wikipedia/LTA
In service 2006 – Present
Manufacturer Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Origin Mihara, Japan
Constructed 2005 – 2006, 2017 – 2018
Number Built 22 cars (22 Trains)
Statistics
Body Construction Welded Aluminium alloy
Length 12.5 m
Width 2.7 m
Height 3.6 m
Doors 2 m, 4 per car
Maximum Speed Design: 80 km/h
Service: 70 km/h
Traction Control IGBT-VVVF (Mitsubishi)
Line Voltage 750V DC Third Rail
Track Gauge Side-mounted Guideway

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Crystal Mover are the second generation of trains running on the Changi Airport Skytrain. Trains on either side of the skytrain features different colouring scheme despite building with the same specification.

History

Mitsubishi delivered 16 Crystal Mover vehicles to Singapore Changi Airport, ten of which are allocated to PMS/North and six to PMS/South. The Crystal Mover was also designed for flexible response to a variety of operations, from a one car operation to multiple coupled-car operations, depending upon the system requirements. [1]

To increase the system capacity of the Skytrain, six new train cars have been purchased which subsequently entered service in 2019 in conjunction with the upgrading of the Changi Airport Skytrain.[2]

Design/Features

PMS North PMS South
M
M
Exterior Design
Livery Black and silver
Train Run Number N/A
Interior Design
Seating Capacity 8
Wheelchair Bay N/A
Door Closing Indicator Lights N/A
Passenger Information System LED Display, LCD Screen
System
Safety System ATC, ATO, ATP, ATS
Signalling System Fixed Block
Traction Control IGBT-VVVF (Mitsubishi)

Fleet Numbering

The car numbers of the trains range from 01 to 22.

  • Passenger Vehicles 1 to 10 and 17 to 20 serve PMS North.
  • Passenger Vehicles 11 to 16, 21 and 22 serve PMS South.

References

  1. "Automated People Mover "Crystal Mover" for Singapore Changi International Airport". Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
  2. "Skytrain at Changi Airport to get systems upgrade, more cabins". Straits Times. Retrieved 3 May 2016.
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