Baureihe (Class) 110 was the first electrical locomotive ever built for Deutsche Bundesbahn and thus the first West German electrical loco after the war. It was built by a consortium including Krauss-Maffei, Henschel and Krupp from 1957 through 1969 and is still in service with Deutsche Bahn's cargo daughter, DB Cargo.

Technical fact sheet:

  • Concept: Bo'Bo' layout (four axles in two bogies), all axles driven; conventional two-phase AC motors controlled by a 28-level motor-driven power switch
  • Power:3620 kW maximum at 123 km/h; 3080 kW sustained at 105 km/h; -2000 kW when electrically braking
  • Traction: 280 kN maximum, 109 kN sustained
  • Top speed: 140 km/h allowed, 150 km/h possible
  • Total weight: 84.6 tonnes (21.15 tonnes per axle)
  • Length: 16.49 m
  • Distance between axles in bogie: 3.4 m
  • Diameter of driven wheels: 1.25 m
  • Number in service: 294

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