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5 hours ago, DazT said:

You've missed a bit, the mandatory radio call to dispatchers for 30km of greens ahead and the magic word priority 🤣

Ooops Sorry,  that bit slipped my mind. I'll try and remember for next time and hopefully the Dispatchers will feel sorry for me and NOT hold me in every loop along the way..😂

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Hi, If you mean on the Screen with the 3 Digital Dials just to the left of the Blank screen,  A rough Translation of the boxes above the large Centre Dial is :

1: NAPIĘCIE LINII. 3300.0v = Line Voltage. 3300.0v

2: PRĄD ZADANY. 1200A = Current Reference. 1200A

3: PRĄD POBRANY. 14A = Current Consumed. 14A 

Not sure whether the "Current Reference" indication actually does anything in Sim or whether it is just for Information purposes only. 

Hopefully Someone more Knowledgeable on the ED250 might see this post and elaborate for us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 4/1/2023 at 8:32 PM, Devex_TMS_UK said:

Hi, If you mean on the Screen with the 3 Digital Dials just to the left of the Blank screen,  A rough Translation of the boxes above the large Centre Dial is :

1: NAPIĘCIE LINII. 3300.0v = Line Voltage. 3300.0v

2: PRĄD ZADANY. 1200A = Current Reference. 1200A

3: PRĄD POBRANY. 14A = Current Consumed. 14A 

Not sure whether the "Current Reference" indication actually does anything in Sim or whether it is just for Information purposes only. 

Hopefully Someone more Knowledgeable on the ED250 might see this post and elaborate for us.

I don't know if it'll help in the discussion, but here we go, here in my country (Brazil) we have Electrified lines for suburban services most at the southeast part of the country, this OHLE 3kV DC has 900A Nominal Current (Idk if in Poland they use "Reference" instead of "Nominal" Current). We can operate "safe" as -600V + 300V (mostly on rainy days we run with high tension on the wires +3200V).

The other reason could be the Traction Motors regime of current for safe operation without causing damage (if the TM's are DC --- I don't know if they are, as i don't have much information about the train. If it's AC Traction Motor i assume i can discard the TM for that current value).

Any person with more knowledge feel free to correct me if needed.

Densha.

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