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Excellence in Connectivity Solutions


Fiber Optic Connectivity Solutions for

Rolling-Stock

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Agenda

Who are we? Drivers Fiber train backbone In-carriage connectivity Inter-vehicle connectivity Added value Project references

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Who are we?

Who are we?

 HUBER+SUHNER is expert in connectivity technology applied to Railway applications (Infrastructure, Rolling-stock)  We provide Excellence in Connectivity Solutions in the domain of:  Fiber Optic  Radio Frequency  Low Frequency (Copper cables)

 We are a Global organization, present on all continents

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Agenda

Who are we? Drivers Fiber train backbone In-carriage connectivity Inter-vehicle connectivity Added value Project references

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Drivers

Technology Drivers

“The Ethernet network will ultimately carry all the data needed for train operation, surveillance and passenger information” BOMBARDIER Transport

“Network connection speeds for high-end users would increase 50% per year” Jakob Nielsen – Web Usability Consultant – Tech. Univ Copenhagen (DK)

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Drivers

Application Drivers

Commercial • • • •

Passenger Information Systems (PIS) Passenger Entertainment Systems Internet On Board Broadband Mobile Network access

Operational • Passenger Safety Systems (CCTV) • Train Operating Systems (MVB, WTB, ETB) • Train Control Systems (CBTC, ETCS)

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Drivers

New Generation Train Network‌

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Drivers

‌and applications CCTV Driver’s console

Train control system Train Operating System

Train-to-shorelink

Passenger entertainment

Passenger announcements

Passenger information

On-board ticketing

Internet on board On-board server

Backbone layer Equipment layer Radio layer Excellence in Connectivity Solutions

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Agenda

Who are we? Drivers Fiber train backbone In-carriage connectivity Inter-vehicle connectivity Added value Project references

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Fiber train backbone

Train backbone Purpose: Provide very high bandwidth capacity throughout the trains  Within the vehicles  Between vehicles Characteristics  Up to 10-Gbit Ethernet bandwidth  According to the requirements of the Railway Industry (robustness, fire safety,…)

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Fiber train backbone

Why using fiber? 1. Unlimited bandwidth 2. EMI-free (reliability) 3. Weight saving 4. Proven in Railways 5. All equipment & components available TODAY 6. Low attenuation, less repeaters 7. No more twisted pair errors 8. Longer jumper lifetime (Cu screening eff.) Excellence in Connectivity Solutions

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Who are we? Drivers Fiber train backbone In-carriage connectivity Inter-vehicle connectivity Added value Project references

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In-carriage connectivity

Cables  RADOX® FO 2-fibers - Compliant with EN 45545-2 - Jacket Material EM104 acc. to EN 50264-1

 RADOX® FO 12-fibers - Compliant with EN 45545-2 - Jacket Material EM104 acc. to EN 50264-1 (table 4)

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In-carriage connectivity

Cables

ďƒź Fire Resistant (FR) Breakout FO Cables -

Flame propagation on single cable IEC 60332-1-2

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Flame propagation on cable bundle IEC 60332-3-24

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Smoke density IEC 61034-2

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Fire test with circuit integrity 180mn EN 50200

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In-carriage connectivity

Connectors  In-carriage connectors: Q-ODC (IEC 61373)

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In-carriage connectivity

Interfaces for Switches ďƒź Q-ODC: FO interface solution for Gbit Ethernet switches

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Who are we? Drivers Fiber train backbone In-carriage connectivity Inter-vehicle connectivity Added value Project references

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Cables

 Inter-vehicle RADOX® FO cables - Tested acc. to EN 45545-2 - Jacket Material EM104J acc. to EN 50264-1 - Tested over 4 Mio Cycles repeated bending

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Connectors - Inter-vehicle connector solutions: how to chose?

• Main Selection Criteria  Target link optical losses?  Single or Multimode?  Where installed?  Square or round body?  Butt-joint or expanded beam contacts?  Screw or bayonet locking mechanism? Excellence in Connectivity Solutions

• Key Norms  IEC 61373  NFF 61030  MIL-DTL-5015  MIL-DTL-38999

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Inter-vehicle «jumper» Systems – High mechanical resistance required – No stress on the fibers!

The design of the connector/cable interface is the most important Excellence in Connectivity Solutions

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Example of Intervehicle Systems Option 1: Q-ODC based

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Option 1: installation scenario

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Option 1: general characteristics  Q-ODC compliant with IEC 61373 (Railway Rolling-stock: shock & vibration)

 Connectors are not exposed to the outdoor environment  No accitental disconnection possible from outside the train  Fan-out length on request potentially reducing the number of connections to the switch and therefore the losses (max fan-out length: 5m)  Cables compliant with EN 45545-2  Mechanically and optically tested over 4 Mio intervehicle movement cycles

 Direct connectivity possible on gigabit switches

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Option 1: optical performance during endurance test

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Option 1: optical performance during endurance test

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Example of Intervehicle Systems Option 2: MIL-DTL-38999 based

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Option 2: installation scenario Fibre optic jumper plug directly connected to the train body

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Option 2: general characteristics  Connector compliant with MIL-DTL-38999 & IEC 61373

 Screw locking mechanism with ratcheting system  Direct connection to the train body  jumpers can be installed or removed from outside the vehicle

 Various housing sizes with up to 24 fiber optic contacts per connector housing  Cables compliant with EN 45545-2

 Mechanically and optically tested over 1.5 Mio intervehicle movement cycles

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Option 2: optical performance during endurance test Endurance test cycles = 438000, frequency = 30 cycles / min, loop distance =900mm, wavelength = 1550nm

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500000 450000

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101 201 301 401 501 601 701 801 901 1001 1101 1201 1301 1401 1501 1601 1701 1801 Measurement points Upper limit [dB]

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Lower limit [dB]

DUT 1/1

DUT 1/2

DUT 2/1

DUT 2/2

Cycles

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Option 2: optical performance during endurance test Endurance test cycles = 438000, frequency = 30 cycles / min, loop distance =900mm, wavelength = 1310nm

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801 901 1001 1101 1201 1301 1401 1501 1601 1701 1801 Measurement points DUT 1/1

DUT 1/2

DUT 2/1

DUT 2/2

Cycles

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Example of Intervehicle Systems Option 3: MIL-DTL-5015 based

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Option 3: installation scenario Fibre optic jumper plug directly connected to the train body

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Option 3: general characteristics  Connector designed according to MIL-DTL-5015 & VG95234

 Compliant with IEC 61373  Bayonet locking mechanism  Direct connection to the train body  jumpers can be installed or removed from outside the vehicle  Various housing sizes with up to 12 fiber optic contacts per connector housing  Cables compliant with EN 45545-2

 Mechanically and optically tested over 1.5 Mio intervehicle movement cycles

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Example of Intervehicle Systems Option 4: NFF 61030-based

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Option 4: installation scenario Fibre optic jumper plug directly connected to the train body

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Option 4: general characteristics  Connector designed and qualified to NFF 61030

 Compliant with IEC 61373  Screw locking mechanism  Direct connection to the train body  jumpers can be installed or removed from outside the vehicle  Various housing sizes with up to 9 fiber optic contacts per connector housing  Cables compliant with EN 45545-2

 Mechanically and optically tested: 14 years installed on trains with no failure!

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Example of Intervehicle Systems Option 5: rectangular housing

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Option 5: installation scenario

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Inter-vehicle connectivity

Option 5: general characteristics  Rectangular housing with embedded modules for SC inserts

 Direct connection to the train body  jumpers can be installed or removed from outside the vehicle  Various housing sizes with up to 12 fiber optic contacts per connector housing

 Cables compliant with EN 45545-2  Mechanically and optically tested

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Agenda

Who are we? Drivers Fiber train backbone In-carriage connectivity Inter-vehicle connectivity Added value Project references

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Added value

Jumper Systems Engineering

 Design: from components to highly resilient systems

 Testing: movements, temperature, vibrations, shocks,

 Performance: optical budget saving (low IL) = money saving

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Added value

Transfer of Competence Support the Rolling-stock market in trusting FO technology.

Train technicians and operators

Support on-site FO installation and maintenance operations

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The Backbone layer    

In carriage Connectivity Intervehicle Connectivity Added value Project references

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Who are we? Drivers Fiber train backbone In-carriage connectivity Inter-vehicle connectivity Added value Project references

April 2013 | FO in Railway Rolling-stock


FO Solutions for Trains

Reference projects  Railcorp – Australia (78 trains)  SJ – Sweden (20 trains)

 Euskotren – Spain (30 trains)  SBB – Switzerland (44 trains)  London Underground – UK (191 trains)  Heathrow Express – UK (14 trains)  Metro of Warsaw – Poland (35 trains)  Metro of Recife – Brasil (15 trains)  Transnet – South Africa (1 Heathcare train)  Oslo Flytrains – Norway (16 trains) Excellence in Connectivity Solutions

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