Railway applications - Train Modes functional interface specification

The scope of this Technical Report is to provide an overview of the Train Modes, their management
and their functional interfaces.

Železniške naprave - Specifikacija funkcijskega vmesnika za vrste železniškega prevoza

Področje uporabe tega tehničnega poročila je zagotovitev pregleda vlakovnih načinov, njihovega upravljanja in njihove funkcijske vmesnike.

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Publication Date
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Current Stage
6060 - National Implementation/Publication (Adopted Project)
Start Date
09-Oct-2014
Due Date
14-Dec-2014
Completion Date
24-Nov-2014

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST-TP CLC/TR 50610:2014
01-december-2014
Železniške naprave - Specifikacija funkcijskega vmesnika za vrste železniškega
prevoza
Railway applications - Train Modes functional interface specification
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: CLC/TR 50610:2014
ICS:
35.240.60 Uporabniške rešitve IT v IT applications in transport
transportu in trgovini and trade
45.020 Železniška tehnika na Railway engineering in
splošno general
SIST-TP CLC/TR 50610:2014 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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TECHNICAL REPORT CLC/TR 50610
RAPPORT TECHNIQUE
TECHNISCHER BERICHT
September 2014
ICS 35.240.60
English Version
Railway applications - Train Modes functional interface
specification
This Technical Report was approved by CENELEC on 2014-08-18.

CENELEC members are the national electrotechnical committees of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic,

Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia,

Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland,

Turkey and the United Kingdom.
European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization
Comité Européen de Normalisation Electrotechnique
Europäisches Komitee für Elektrotechnische Normung
CEN-CENELEC Management Centre: Avenue Marnix 17, B-1000 Brussels

© 2014 CENELEC All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved worldwide for CENELEC Members.

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Contents

Foreword ................................................................................................................................................. 2

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................ 5

2 Normative references ....................................................................................................................... 5

3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations ................................................................................................ 5

4 TrainModes ....................................................................................................................................... 7

Figures

Figure 1 - Management of cabs and relevant Train Modes .....................................................................7

Figure 2 - Interfaces to other functions and subsystems and signals to enter/leave modes ...................8

Figure 3 - Common interface between the drivers cab and the relevant train modes .............................9

Figure 4 - Train mode transition main diagram ..................................................................................... 22

Figure 5 - Full diagram of transition between the train modes .............................................................. 23

Figure 6 - Sub-modes of the shutdown mode. ...................................................................................... 28

Figure 7 - InServiceSubModes UML diagram ....................................................................................... 30

Figure 8 - Driving diagram including sub-modes ................................................................................... 31

Figure 9 - Modes of a single driver's cab .............................................................................................. 36

Figure 10 - Explanation for notation and block diagram ........................................................................ 38

Tables

Table 1 - Abbreviation table......................................................................................................................6

Table 2 - FI_DriversCab interface variable ...............................................................................................9

Table 3 - Driver’s cab commands .......................................................................................................... 10

Table 4 - Configuration data over the interface FI_VehicleConfiguration ............................................. 11

Table 5 - List of VoltageType................................................................................................................. 11

Table 6 - List of EnergySource .............................................................................................................. 11

Table 7 - List of CountryCodes according to UIC438 leaflet ................................................................. 12

Table 8 - List of VoltageSystem ............................................................................................................ 12

Table 9 - List of parameters relevant to the interface FI_HVConfig ...................................................... 13

Table 10 - SetSystem command ........................................................................................................... 13

Table 11 - List of LoadManagementMode cases .................................................................................. 13

Table 12 - List of travel directions ......................................................................................................... 14

Table 13 - List of values of the interface FI_Velocity ............................................................................ 14

Table 14 - List of parameters of the FI_TrainConfiguration interface ................................................... 15

Table 15 - RequestLeading command .................................................................................................. 15

Table 16 - List of parameters of the FI_Battery interface ...................................................................... 15

Table 17 - List of commands for the FI_Battery interface ..................................................................... 15

Table 18 - List of parameters for the FI_LoadManagement interface .................................................. 16

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Table 19 - OperationMode command .................................................................................................... 16

Table 20 - List of parameters of the FI_WSP interface ....................................................................... 16

Table 21 - List of commands for the FI_WSP interface ...................................................................... 16

Table 22 - List of parameters for the FI_AuxPowerSupply interface .................................................... 17

Table 23 - List of commands for the FI_AuxPowerSupply interface ..................................................... 17

Table 24 - List of parameters for the FI_TCS interface ........................................................................ 17

Table 25 - List of commands for the FI_TCS interface ........................................................................ 17

Table 26 - List of parameters for the FI_MainCircuitBreaker interface .............................................. 18

Table 27 - List of commands for the FI_MainCircuitBreaker interface ............................................... 18

Table 28 - List of parameters for the FI_TractionAndBrakeControl interface ....................................... 18

Table 29 - List of commands for the FI_TractionAndBrakeControl interface ........................................ 19

Table 30 - List of parameters for the FI_BrakeManagement interface ................................................. 19

Table 31 - List of commands for the FI_BrakeManagement interface .................................................. 19

Table 32 - List of parameters for the FI_Pantograph interface ............................................................. 20

Table 33 - List of commands for the FI_Pantograph interface .............................................................. 20

Table 34 - Variables available through the FI_OperationalMode interface ........................................... 21

Table 35 - List of parameters for OperationalModeMgt ...................................................................... 21

Table 36 - List of commands for OperationalModeMgt ...................................................................... 21

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Foreword

This document (CLC/TR 50610:2014) has been prepared by WG15 of the Technical Committee

CENELEC TC 9X, "Electrical and electronic applications for railways".

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of

patent rights. CENELEC [and/or CEN] shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such

patent rights.

This document has been prepared under a mandate given to CENELEC by the European Commission

and the European Free Trade Association.

The text was obtained as transposition of the functional interface specification FIS

TrainmodesRpt_V32007 09 3 produced as output of the European research project MODTRAIN.

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1 Scope

The scope of this Technical Report is to provide an overview of the Train Modes, their management

and their functional interfaces.
2 Normative references

The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and are

indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated

references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

UIC 438, Uniform numerical marking of railway rolling stock

UIC 556, Information transmission in the train (train bus) - General dispositions

UIC 612-1, Rolling Stock configurations and main activated functions for EMU/DMU, Locomotives and

Driving Coaches – Operational configurations and driver procedures
3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations

For the purposes of this document, the following terms, definitions and abbreviations apply.

3.1 Terms
3.1.1
configuration
action which affects the system function
3.1.2
parameterisation
action which affects the system behaviour
3.2 Abbreviations

All the abbreviations used in this document are listed in Table 1, in alphabetic order referenced to their

term.
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Table 1 - Abbreviation table
Abbreviation Term
ASC Automatic Speed Control
DDU Driver Display Unit
ETCS European Train Control System
FBS Functional Breakdown Structure
FI Functional Interface
HV High Voltage
HVAC Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning
ID Identity
LV Low Voltage
PBS Product Breakdown Structure
SL Sleeping mode
STM Specific Transmission Module (as part of ETCS)
SW Software
TCMS Train Control & Monitoring System
TCS Traction Control System
TDD Technical and Diagnostic Display
UML Unified Modelling Language
WSP Wheel Sliding Protection
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4 TrainModes
4.1 General
The train modes describe the operational state of the train.
This report describes the train modes components and their management.
4.2 TrainModes_Components
4.2.1 General

With reference to Figure 1, the diagram shows the relation between the management of cabs and the

relevant train modes.

The management of train-wide operational modes uses information from several other train-wide

functions and issues commands to them.
Figure 1 - Management of cabs and relevant Train Modes
4.2.2 Manage Operational Mode FBS: 03.07
This block represents the function to manage the train-wide operational modes.
4.2.3 Control Cab1 FBS: 03.01.01

This block represents the local function managing the modes of a single driver's cab. This function is

local within a trainset.
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4.2.4 Control Cab2 FBS: 03.01.01

This block represents the local function managing the modes of a single driver's cab. This function is

local within a trainset.
4.2.5 Control Train FBS: 03.02.01

This block represents the function which is managing the modes of the driver's cabs in a trainset and

the command issued from the cabs and information sent to the cabs.
4.3 TrainModes_Logical
4.3.1 General
This sub-clause describes the Interfaces, classes and behaviour of train modes.

Figure 2 shows the other functions and subsystems involved in the train modes management.

Furthermore the figure shows the signals which cause the entering and leaving of train modes.

Figure 2 - Interfaces to other functions and subsystems and signals to enter/leave modes

Figure 3 shows the UML diagram of the common interface between the drivers cab and the relevant

train modes.
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Figure 3 - Common interface between the drivers cab and the relevant train modes
4.3.2 FI_DriversCab

The interface FI_DriversCab is specified by a collection of variables showing the current mode of a

single driver's cab and commands issued from that cab. Table 2 lists such variables.

Table 2 - FI_DriversCab interface variable
Attribute Visibility Type Description
IdAndMasterRequest 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Indicates the insertion of the id card,
thus requesting train-wide master role
for the cab; this is input from the HW.
IdRemoved 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Indicates the removal of the Id card;
this is input from the HW.
ExistsMasterCab 0 - PUBLIC BOOL The status of ExistsMasterCab is
usually set/reset by the
insertion/removal of the driver's id
card in exactly one cab on the train;
this is input from the train- and
trainsetwide HW-trainlines.
Mode 0 - PUBLIC CabMode Current mode of the cab.
Position 0 - PUBLIC INT Fixed position of the cab (end 1 or
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Attribute Visibility Type Description
end 2 of the vehicle).
4.3.3 FI_ActiveCabCommands
This interface routes the commands from the active driver’s desk.
4.3.4 FI_CabCommands
This interface routes the commands from a single driver’s cab.
Table 3 lists the driver’s cab commands.
Table 3 - Driver’s cab commands
Attribute Visibility Type Description
RequestCoupling 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Indicates the request for a transition
into coupling mode.
RequestShunting 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Indicates the request for a transition
into shunting mode.
RequestWashing 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Indicates the request for a transition
into washing mode.
RequestTransition 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Indicates the request for a transition
into transition mode.
RequestEmergency 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Indicates the request for a transition
into emergency mode.
EnergySavingRequest 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Indicates the request for a transition
into energy saving mode.
4.3.5 Other Functions and Subystems
4.3.5.1 FI_VehicleConfiguration

This interface provides the access to the configuration data of the vehicle in term of UIC-556 vehicle

attributes.
Table 4 provides a definition of the configuration data.
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Table 4 - Configuration data over the interface FI_VehicleConfiguration
Attribute Visibility Type Description

VehicleConfiguration 0 - PUBLIC VehicleProperties Attributes specifying the current

configuration and properties of the
vehicle (such as UIC 556 static and
dynamic attributes).
4.3.5.2 VoltageType
The definition of the voltage types is provided by Table 5.
Table 5 - List of VoltageType
Literal Value Description
Default 0 Voltage system type not specified / not needed.
DC 1 Voltage system type is DC.
AC 2 Voltage system type is AC.
4.3.5.3 EnergySource
The definition of the energy sources is provided by Table 6.
Table 6 - List of EnergySource
Literal Value Description
None 0 Source not specified / not needed.
Battery 1 Energy source is battery or battery network.
DepotPowerSupply 2 Energy source is (external) power supply from the depot.
Catenary 3 Energy source is catenary.
Energy source is another (external) power supply from the
DepotPowerSupply2 4
depot. To be used if there are additional depot power
supply systems (e.g. wire and trolley).
Catenary2 5 Energy source is another catenary. To be used, if there
are two catenary systems.
4.3.5.4 CountryOpCode
The definition of the country codes is provided in Table 7.

The list is according to the UIC 438 leaflet and is provided for giving examples.

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Not all codes from the leaflet are listed herein after.
Table 7 - List of CountryOpCodes according to UIC438 leaflet
Literal Value Description
None 0 Code is not specified / not needed.
RENFE 71 Red Nacional de los Ferrocarriles Españoles
DB 80 Deutsche Bahn
ÖBB 81 Österreichische Bundesbahnen
FS 83 Trenitalia (formerly Ferrovie dello Stato)
SBB 85 Schweizerische Bundesbahnen
SNCF 87 Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français
SNCB 88 Société nationale des chemins de fer belges
4.3.5.5 VoltageSystem
The definition of the voltage system is provided in Table 8.
Table 8 - List of VoltageSystem
Literal Value Description
None 0 Voltage system is not specified / not needed.
15KV_16_7Hz 1 15 KV AC; 16,7Hz
25KV_50Hz 2 25 KV AC; 50Hz
750V_DC 3 750 V DC
1_5KV_DC 4 1,5 KV DC
3KV_DC 5 3 KV DC
4.3.5.6 FI_HVConfig

This is a train-wide interface used for the configuration of the high voltage power equipment.

The parameters used for the configuration are listed in Table 9.
The command to invoke the configuration is described in Table 10.
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Table 9 - List of parameters relevant to the interface FI_HVConfig
Attribute Visibility Type Description
CurrentSystem 0 - PUBLIC VoltageSystem The voltage system, which is currently
configured.
CurrentPowerSource 0 - PUBLIC PowerSource The power source, which is currently
configured.
CurrentCountry 0 - PUBLIC CountryOpCode The country, which is currently
configured.
Table 10 - SetSystem command
Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
SetSystem 0 - PUBLIC (0 - IN) system: Command to configure the HV
VoltageSystem equipment for the specified voltage
system, network / energy source.
(0 - IN) net:
CountryOpCode
(0 - IN) source:
EnergySource
4.3.5.7 LoadManagementMode

The mode “Load management” switches classes of electrical consumers off or on according to the

mode, which has been selected and the current velocity.
Table 11 lists the cases of the LoadManagementMode.
Table 11 - List of LoadManagementMode cases
Literal Value Description
Off 0 Load management shall switch off all electrical
consumers.
FullOperation 1 Load management shall switch on all electrical consumers
(for full operation).
EnergySaving 2 Load management shall switch on all electrical
consumers, which have to be active in the
EnergySavingMode and switch off others (typically
HVAC).
Emergency 3 Load management shall switch on all electrical
consumers, which have to be active in the
EmergencyMode and switch off others.
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4.3.5.8 Direction
The definition of the travel directions is provided in Table 12.
Table 12 - List of travel directions
Literal Value Description
Neutral 0 No direction specified, direction switch is in neutral
position.
Forward 1 Direction is set to forward.
Backward 2 Direction is set to backward.
4.3.5.9 FI_Velocity
The interface FI_Velocity provides a train-wide information about velocity.
The values are listed in Table 13.
Table 13 - List of values of the interface FI_Velocity
Attribute Visibility Type Description
Standstill 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Train-wide "v=0" information.
Velocity 0 - PUBLIC REAL Train-wide velocity information.
Valid 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Indicates the validity of the speed-
information.
4.3.5.10 FI_TrainConfiguration

FI_TrainConfiguration is the interface for retrieving the train configuration (combines info from

functions 'train-wide communication', 'checking train integrity' and 'coupling') according to UIC 556

leaflet.
Though this interface it is also possible to retrieve the vehicle status.
Table 14 lists the parameters of the FI_TrainConfiguration interface.
The command to retrieve the configuration is described in Table 15.
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Table 14 - List of parameters of the FI_TrainConfiguration interface
Attribute Visibility Type Description
ExistsMasterCab 0 - PUBLIC BOOL The status of ExistsMasterCab is
usually set/reset by the
insertion/removal of the driver's id
card in exactly one cab on the train of
the cad
TrainsetIsLeading 0 - PUBLIC This variable indicates to the trainset
(from its train bus node) that it is
leading.
Table 15 - RequestLeading command
Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
RequestLeading 0 - PUBLIC Requests a train inauguration and set
this trainset as leading.
4.3.5.11 FI_Battery
Table 16 lists the parameters of the Interface to the battery equipment.
The commands to switch on and off the battery equipment are listed in Table 17.
Table 16 - List of parameters of the FI_Battery interface
Attribute Visibility Type Description
MainSwitchOn 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Current status of the battery main
switch.
Charging 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Indicates that the battery is being
charged.
DeepDischarge 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Indicates deep discharge alarm for
the battery.
Table 17 - List of commands for the FI_Battery interface
Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
On 0 - PUBLIC Command to switch the battery power
on.
Off 0 - PUBLIC Command to switch the battery power
off.
4.3.5.12 FI_LoadManagement
FI_LoadManagement is the interface to the train-wide load management.
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The parameters of this interface are listed in Table 18.

Table 19 describes the command OperationMode which can be invoked through this interface.

Table 18 - List of parameters for the FI_LoadManagement interface
Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
SetMode 0 - PUBLIC (0 - IN) mode: Command to set the mode for the
LoadManagemen LoadManagement.
tMode
SwitchOn 0 - PUBLIC Command to switch the load
management on.
SwitchOff 0 - PUBLIC Command to switch the load
management off.
Table 19 - OperationMode command
Attribute Visibility Type Description
OperationMode 0 - PUBLIC LoadManagemen Current operation mode set for the
tMode load management.
4.3.5.13 FI_WSP
FI_WSP is the local interface to the wheel slip protection.
The parameters of this interface are listed in Table 20.

Table 21 describes the command OperationMode which can be invoked through this interface.

Table 20 - List of parameters of the FI_WSP interface
Attribute Visibility Type Description
StandstillLocal 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Local "v=0" information.
isActivated 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Status of the WSP (active/not active).
BrakePipePressure 0 - PUBLIC REAL Status of the brake pipe pressure in
bar.
Table 21 - List of commands for the FI_WSP interface
Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
Activate 0 - PUBLIC Command to activate the WSP.
Deactivate 0 - PUBLIC Command to deactivate the WSP.
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4.3.5.14 FI_AuxPowerSupply

FI_AuxPowerSupply is the train-wide interface to the auxiliary power supply sub-system.

The parameters of this interface are listed in Table 22.
Table 23 describes the commands which can be invoked through this interface.
Table 22 - List of parameters for the FI_AuxPowerSupply interface
Attribute Visibility Type Description
isOn 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Status of the auxiliary power supply.
Table 23 - List of commands for the FI_AuxPowerSupply interface
Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
SwitchOn 0 - PUBLIC Command to switch the consumers of
auxiliary power supply on.
SwitchOff 0 - PUBLIC Command to switch the consumers of
the auxiliary power supply off.
4.3.5.15 FI_TCS
FI_TCS is the interface to train control systems.
The parameters of this interface are listed in Table 24.
Table 25 describes the commands which can be invoked through this interface.
Table 24 - List of parameters for the FI_TCS interface
Attribute Visibility Type Description
isActive 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Status of the train control system
(active/not active).
Table 25 - List of commands for the FI_TCS interface
Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
Activate 0 - PUBLIC Command to activate the train control
system.
Deactivate 0 - PUBLIC Command to deactivate the train
control system.
4.3.5.16 FI_MainCircuitBreaker
FI_MainCircuitBreaker is the train-wide interface to the main circuit breaker.
The parameters of this interface are listed in Table 26.
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Table 27 describes the commands which can be invoked through this interface.
Table 26 - List of parameters for the FI_MainCircuitBreaker interface
Attribute Visibility Type Description
isOn 0 - PUBLIC BOOL On-Status for the default main circuit
breaker, choosen by the system.
isOff 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Off-Status for the default main circuit
breaker, choosen by the system.
StatusOn 0 - PUBLIC BOOL[8*2] On-Status for all main circuit
breakers.
StatusOff 0 - PUBLIC BOOL[8*2] Off-Status for all main circuit
breakers.
Table 27 - List of commands for the FI_MainCircuitBreaker interface
Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
On 0 - PUBLIC (0 - IN) Command for switching on the
breakerNo: int specified main circuit breaker.
(0 - IN) type:
VoltageType
Off 0 - PUBLIC (0 - IN) Command for switching off the
breakerNo: int specified main circuit breaker.
(0 - IN) type:
VoltageType
4.3.5.17 FI_TractionAndBrakeControl

FI_TractionAndBrakeControl is the train-wide interface to the control system of traction and

brake.
The parameters of this interface are listed in Table 28.
Table 29 describes the commands which can be invoked through this interface.
Table 28 - List of parameters for the FI_TractionAndBrakeControl interface
Attribute Visibility Type Description
isLocked 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Status for the (safe) traction lock, is
TRUE, if a safe traction lock is active.
Direction 0 - PUBLIC Direction Status of the travel direction.
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Table 29 - List of commands for the FI_TractionAndBrakeControl interface
Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
Lock 0 - PUBLIC Command to apply a safe traction-
lock.
Unlock 0 - PUBLIC Command to remove the safe
traction-lock.
4.3.5.18 FI_BrakeManagement
FI_BrakeManagement is the train-wide interface to the brake control system.
The parameters of this interface are listed in Table 30.
Table 31 describes the commands which can be invoked through this interface.
Table 30 - List of parameters for the FI_BrakeManagement interface
Attribute Visibility Type Description
BrakePipePressure 0 - PUBLIC REAL Status of the brake pipe pressure in
bar.
ParkingBrakeApplied 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Status of the parking brake.
Table 31 - List of commands for the FI_BrakeManagement interface
Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
ApplyParkingBrake 0 - PUBLIC Command to apply the parking brake.
ReleaseParkingBrake 0 - PUBLIC Command to release the parking
brake.
AutomaticBrakeTest 0 - PUBLIC Execution of automatic brake tests
during train preparation.
4.3.5.19 FI_Pantograph
FI_Pantograph is the train-wide interface to the pantograph sub-system.
The parameters of this interface are listed in Table 32.
Table 33 describes the commands which can be invoked through this interface.
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Table 32 - List of parameters for the FI_Pantograph interface
Attribute Visibility Type Description
isDown 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Down-Status for the default
panthograph, choosen by the system.
"Down" means inactive position, no
connection to catenary.
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