Siemens also will supply a fleet of 19 Avenio low-floor LRVs (light rail vehicles), which will be equipped with the Sitras HES system for catenary-free (the removal of the overhead line equipment and the pantograph from the tram system) operation.
What does OHLE stand for?
OHLE stands for Overhead Line Equipment (railways)
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- Oregon Health Licensing Agency
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- Over Head Line Electrification (UK)
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- Ohio League of International Baccalaureate Schools
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- Ohio Holland Lop Rabbit Fanciers (North Fairfield, OH)
- Office of Healthcare Licensing and Surveys (Wyoming)
- Osgoode Hall Law School (Canada)
- Zero Halogen, Low Smoke (electrical cable)
- Observatoire Hydro-météorologique Méditerranéen (French)
- Office de Haute Montagne (French)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Austria-wide construction and alteration of overhead line equipment Rammpfahlfundierungen for catenary systems where conventional foundations because of lack of local conditions (geology, topography, cross sections) can not be applied.
They most commonly target power and signalling cables for their copper content but also track, overhead line equipment and even clips used to hold rails in place.
Overhead line equipment and third rail electrical conductor failures were 13.
Birkby's was set up in 1867 when it provided electrical overhead line equipment for trams.
Their findings said: "The test showed that 109, in accordance with design standard, would have been visible, although initially partly obscured by overhead line equipment, for seven seconds at the speed of 60mph.
THE key signal in the Paddington rail disaster WAS partly hidden by overhead line equipment, an official accident report said yesterday.
is currently being used by more than 100 utilities to prevent outages and improve distribution reliability by locating failing overhead line equipment.