Onboard inductor for rail transit
Onboard inductors and transformers are mainly installed on various types of rail transit vehicles. In addition to meeting various performance requirements, they should also meet special operating conditions such as seismic resistance, waterproofing, temperature resistance, and corrosion resistance. This places stricter requirements on the product's structural design, process level, and materials.
General technical specifications for subway vehicles
GBT21563-2008 Shock and vibration testing of rolling stock equipment for rail transportation (IEC 61373:2010, IDT)
GBT2423.17-2008 Environmental testing of electrical and electronic products - Part 2: Test methods - Test Ka: Salt mist (IEC 60068-211:1981, IDT)
DIN5510 Fire protection measures for railway vehicles
GBT21413.1-2008 Electrical equipment for railway rolling stock - Part 1: General service conditions and general rules (IEC 60077-1:1999, IDT)
Main Technical Characteristics:
Environmentally Durable: Installed under the vehicle, it can withstand the effects of wind, sand, rain, and snow as well as cleaning agents during vehicle washing, ensuring normal operation under various weather conditions.
Factory testing: 48-hour immersion in water
Insulation withstand voltage: 5500V/50Hz/1min
Insulation resistance: >100 MΩ/DC2500V
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