EMD F125

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EMD F125
Type and origin
Power typeDiesel-electric
BuilderElectro-Motive Diesel, Caterpillar, Inc., Progress Rail Services
Order number20
Build date2015-2017
Specifications
AAR wheel arr.B-B
UIC classificationBo′Bo′
Gauge4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm)
BogiesVossloh-built
Wheel diameter40 in (1,016 mm)
Wheelbase115 in (2,921 mm) (Truck)
42 ft 4 in (12.90 m) (Locomotive)
Length69 ft 0 in (21.03 m)
Height14 ft 7 in (4.45 m)
Axle load72,500 lb (32,885 kg)
Weight on drivers100%
Locomotive weight280,000 lb (127,006 kg)
Fuel typeDiesel
Fuel capacity1,800 US gal (6,800 l; 1,500 imp gal)
Standard; larger tanks optional
Sandbox capacityFour boxes
@ 6.25 cubic feet (177 liters) each
Prime moverCaterpillar C175-20
Engine RPM range600-1800
Engine type45° V20, four stroke cycle
AspirationTurbocharged
Displacement105.8 liters (6,460 cu in)
Traction motorsFour EMD A2921 AC Motors
Cylinders20
Cylinder size5.29 liters (323 cu in)[1]
TransmissionAC-DC-AC
Multiple workingAAR
Performance figures
Maximum speed125 mph (201 km/h)
Power outputAt alternator:
4,700 hp (3,500 kW)
At wheel (HEP dependent):
~4,200 hp (3,100 kW)
to
~3,200 hp (2,400 kW)
Tractive effort316 kN (71,000 lbf) Starting
Factor of
adhesion
3.94 (25.4%)
Train heatingLocomotive supplied Head end power (inverters rated between 600-1050 kW)
Locomotive brakeDynamic / Regenerative / Electropneumatic / Blend Brake
Train brakesElectropneumatic
Safety systemsCrash Energy Management (CEM) Technology
Positive Train Control (PTC)
Career
Operator(s)Metrolink (Southern California)
Official nameSpirit
 
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EMD F125
Type and origin
Power typeDiesel-electric
BuilderElectro-Motive Diesel, Caterpillar, Inc., Progress Rail Services
Order number20
Build date2015-2017
Specifications
AAR wheel arr.B-B
UIC classificationBo′Bo′
Gauge4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm)
BogiesVossloh-built
Wheel diameter40 in (1,016 mm)
Wheelbase115 in (2,921 mm) (Truck)
42 ft 4 in (12.90 m) (Locomotive)
Length69 ft 0 in (21.03 m)
Height14 ft 7 in (4.45 m)
Axle load72,500 lb (32,885 kg)
Weight on drivers100%
Locomotive weight280,000 lb (127,006 kg)
Fuel typeDiesel
Fuel capacity1,800 US gal (6,800 l; 1,500 imp gal)
Standard; larger tanks optional
Sandbox capacityFour boxes
@ 6.25 cubic feet (177 liters) each
Prime moverCaterpillar C175-20
Engine RPM range600-1800
Engine type45° V20, four stroke cycle
AspirationTurbocharged
Displacement105.8 liters (6,460 cu in)
Traction motorsFour EMD A2921 AC Motors
Cylinders20
Cylinder size5.29 liters (323 cu in)[1]
TransmissionAC-DC-AC
Multiple workingAAR
Performance figures
Maximum speed125 mph (201 km/h)
Power outputAt alternator:
4,700 hp (3,500 kW)
At wheel (HEP dependent):
~4,200 hp (3,100 kW)
to
~3,200 hp (2,400 kW)
Tractive effort316 kN (71,000 lbf) Starting
Factor of
adhesion
3.94 (25.4%)
Train heatingLocomotive supplied Head end power (inverters rated between 600-1050 kW)
Locomotive brakeDynamic / Regenerative / Electropneumatic / Blend Brake
Train brakesElectropneumatic
Safety systemsCrash Energy Management (CEM) Technology
Positive Train Control (PTC)
Career
Operator(s)Metrolink (Southern California)
Official nameSpirit

The EMD F125 Spirit is a four-axle high speed passenger diesel locomotive to be manufactured by EMD. It is powered by a Caterpillar C175-20 diesel engine rated at 4,700 hp (3,500 kW). The locomotive will be capable of traveling at a maximum in service speed of 125 mph (201 km/h) pulling consists of up to 10 cars. It will be EMD's first new passenger locomotive since the F59PHI.

Several features include EPA Tier 4 emissions compliance, AC traction systems, extended range blend and dynamic brakes with HEP regeneration capabilities, advanced crash energy management (CEM) technology, and streamlined body design.[2]

Operators[edit]

Los Angeles commuter agency Metrolink is the first to order this locomotive, purchasing 10 with an option for 10 more. Cost is estimated at $129.4 million with delivery expected to commence in 2015.[3][4] The order was signed on May 31, 2013.[5] As of February 10, 2014, additional funding commitments were secured to finance the purchase of the 10 option locomotives, bringing the total order count to 20 units.[6] The first locomotive is expected to be delivered begin testing in the first quarter of 2016, with the bulk of the order being delivered by April 2017.[7]

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