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          Trolleybus types throughout the years
          History of trolleybus traffic in Tallinn
          Development of trolleybus network
 

 

 

Ganz Solaris T18
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    Manufactured specially for TTTK on the basis of a contract concluded in 2003
    Tallinn introduced 5 trolleybuses in 2003
    Capacity 173 people (8 people/m²), incluging 45 seats
    Maximum speed 65 km/h
    Traction engine AT 1 38×25/4, capacity 165 kW
    Traction transformer has been built on the basis of IGBT transistors
    Traction control system capable of using electric brake energy regeneration
    The functioning and equipment of the trolleybus is monitored by a microcomputer controller and diagnostics device
    Kerb mass 16000 kg ± 5%
    Maximum permissible mass 28000 kg
    Laden mass 28000 kg ± 5% (7000 + 9500 + 11500)*
    Dimensions

      length
18000 mm
      width
2550 mm
      height including current collectors
3500 mm

       * distribution of load between axes (kg)


Ganz Solaris T12
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  •  Manufactured specially for TTTK on the basis of a contract concluded in 2002
  •  Tallinn introduced 10 trolleybuses in 2002
  •  Capacity 103 people (8 people/m²), incluging  30 seats
  •  Maximum speed 65 km/h
  •  Traction engine AT 1 38×25/4, capacity 165 kW
  •  Traction transformer has been built on the basis of IGBT transistors
  •  Traction control system capable of using electric brake energy regeneration
  •  The functioning and equipment of the trolleybus is monitored by a microcomputer controller and diagnostics device
  •  Kerb mass 10800 kg ± 5%
  •  Maximum permissible mass 18000 kg
  •  Laden mass 19000 kg ± 5% (7500 + 11500)*
  •  Dimensions

      length
12000 mm
      width
2550 mm
      height including current collectors
3500 mm


      * distribution of load between axes (kg)


GA 412 IK
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  •  Manufactured specially for TTTK on the basis of a contract concluded in 1998
  •  Tallinn introduced 5 trolleybuses in 1999
  •  Capacity 105 passengers (8 people/m²), including 31 seats
  •  Maximum speed 60 km/h
  •  Traction engine TK 90 LS, capacity 180 kW
  •  Traction engine receives power from an impulse transmitter with IGBT D.C. switch
  •  Traction control system capable of using electric brake energy regeneration
  •  The functioning and equipment of the trolleybus is monitored by a microcomputer controller and diagnostics device
  •  Kerb mass 11300 kg ± 5%
  •  Laden mass 18500 kg ± 5% (7000 + 11500)*
  •  Dimensions

      length
12000 mm
      width
2500 mm
      height including current collectors
3400 mm


      * distribution of load between axes (kg)


Ikarus 415-T
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    Manufactured in 1995 as prototype
    Tallinn introduced 1 trolleybus in 1999
    Capacity 103 passengers (8 people/m²), including 26 seats
    Maximum speed 60 km/h
    Traction engine TK 110 K, capacity 196 kW
    Calculated current 360 A
    Traction engine current is moderated with GTO thyristors
    Traction control system capable of using electric brake energy regeneration
    Kerb mass 10630 kg ± 5%
    Laden mass 17650 kg ± 5% (6700 + 10950)*
    Dimensions

      length
11440 mm
      width
2500 mm
      height including current collectors
3335 mm


      * distribution of load between axes (kg)


Ikarus 280-T
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  •  Manufactured in 1989 for the town of Eberswalde (East Germany)
  •  Tallinn introduced 5 trolleybuses in 1995
  •  Capacity 176 passengers (8 people/m²), including 34 seats
  •  Maximum speed 60 km/h
  •  Traction engine TK 110 K, capacity 196 kW
  •  Calculated current 360 A
  •  Traction engine current is moderated with GTO thyristors
  •  Traction control system capable of using electric brake energy regeneration
  •  Kerb mass 14130 kg ± 5%
  •  Laden mass 21470 kg ± 5% (6210 + 9250 + 6010)*
  •  Dimensions

      length
16500 mm
      width
2500 mm
      height including current collectors
3335 mm

      * distribution of load between axes (kg)


JUMZ T-1
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    In 1994 one trolleybus was brought to Tallinn for testing purpose and was later bought.
    Capacity 200 passengers (8 people/m²), including 35 seats
    Maximum speed 60 km/h
    Capacity of traction engine 2 x 115 kW
    Calculated current for one engine 232 A
    Kerb mass 17920 kg ± 5% (4910 + 6320 + 6690)*
    Dimensions

      length
18000 mm
      width
2460 mm
      height including current collectors
3355 mm

      * distribution of load between axes (kg)


Škoda 15 TR

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    In production from the year 1989
    Tallinn introduced 25 trolleybuses in years 1989-1991
    Capacity 176 passengers (8 people/m²), including 44 seats
    Maximum speed 65 km/h
    Capacity of traction engine 2 x 100 kW
    Calculated current for one engine 182 A
    Kerb mass 15900 kg ± 5% (4600 + 5600 + 5700)*
    Laden mass 26000 kg ± 5% (6200 + 9900 + 9900)*
    Dimensions

      length
17720 mm
      width
2500 mm
      height including current collectors
3410 mm

      * distribution of load between axes (kg)


Škoda 14 TR

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    In production from the year 1981
    Tallinn introduced 99 trolleybuses in years 1983-1989
    Capacity 105 passengers (8 people/m²), including 28 seats
    Maximum speed 65 km/h
    Capacity of traction engine 100 kW
    Calculated current 182 A
    Kerb mass 10000 kg ± 5% (4400 + 5600)*
    Laden mass 16080 kg ± 5% (6000 + 10080)*
    Dimensions

      length
11340 mm
      width
2500 mm
      height including current collectors
3410 mm

      * distribution of load between axes (kg)


Škoda 9 TRH (three-doors-vehicle)

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    In production 1961-1983
    Tallinn introduced 64 trolleybuses in years 1966-1983
    Capacity 98 passengers (8 people/m²), 28 seats (30 including conductor)
    Maximum speed 60 km/h
    Capacity of traction engine 100 kW
    Calculated current 182 A
    Kerb mass 8920 kg ± 5% (3530 + 5390)*
    Laden mass 16000 kg ± 5% (6000 + 10000)*
  •  Dimensions

      length
11000 mm
      width
2500 mm
      height including current collectors
3240 mm

      * distribution of load between axes (kg)


Škoda 9 TR (two-doors-vehicle)

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  •  In production 1961-1983
  •  Tallinn introduced 146 trolleybuses in years 1966-1995
  •  Capacity 98 people (8 people/m²) .
  •  Maximum speed 60 km/h
  •  Capacity of traction engine 100 kW
  •  Calculated current 182 A
  •  Kerb mass 8920 kg ± 5% (3530 + 5390)*
  •  Laden mass 16000 kg ± 5% (6000 + 10000)*
  •  Dimensions

      length
11000 mm
      width
2500 mm
      height including current collectors
3240 mm

 

      * distribution of load between axes (kg)


ZIU-5

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    In production 1960-1972
  •  Tallinn introduced 9 trolleybuses in 1965
  •  Capacity 125 passengers (8 people/m²), including 34 seats
  •  Maximum speed 68 km/h
  •  Capacity of traction engine 100 kW
  •  Calculated current 200 A
  •  Kerb mass 9,800 kg ± 5% (4,450 + 5,350)*
  •  Laden mass 16,310 kg ± 5% (6,610 + 9,700)*
  •  Dimensions

      length
11780 mm
      width
2680 mm
      height including current collectors
3530 mm

      * distribution of load between axes (kg)

 
 

 

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