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Electric Locomotive Roster

These electric locomotives were inherited from the Electrische Staatsspoorwegen. They were used in the Jakarta area and the Jakarta-Bogor line, until the arrival of modern EMU equipments in 1976.

Number Original
Number
Axle
Layout
Builder Electrical
Equipment
Electrical
System
Builder's
Number
Power
(kW)
Date
1-2 3001-3002 1-Do-1 SLM BBC 1.5 kV DC overhead 2968-2969 800 1924
3-4 3003-3004 1-Do-1 SLM BBC 1.5 kV DC overhead 3234-3235 800 1927
101-103 3301-3303 Bo+Bo Borsig AEG 1.5 kV DC overhead 13950-13952 800 1930
201-202 3201-3202 1-Bo+Bo-1 Werkspoor
(Baldwin)
Heemaf
(Westinghouse)
1.5 kV DC overhead 547-548 765 1925
203-206 3203-3206 1-Bo+Bo-1 1.5 kV DC overhead 566-569 765 1928
301 3101 Bo+Bo AEG AEG 1.5 kV DC overhead 2787 900 1924
401-402 4001-4002 D Werkspoor Siemens Schuckert 360 V DC battery 542-543 115 1924

Currently there are no more electric locomotives in Indonesia, but there are several classes of electric multiple units.

Number
Built
Builder Electrical
System
Date Note
100 Nippon Sharyo Rheostatic 1976-82 Mild steel body
28 Nippon Sharyo Rheostatic 1984-87 Stainless steel body
8 Hyundai-ABB GTO VVVF inverter 1993 None in service
24 Hitachi GTO VVVF inverter 1997 Stainless steel body
128 Bombardier-Holec
Assembled by INKA-LEN-Pindad
GTO VVVF inverter 1994, 1996-2001 1994 batch more angular
8 INKA-LEN-Pindad IGBT VVVF inverter 2001 KRL-Indonesia
72 Nippon Sharyo Rheostatic 196x Former Tokyo Metropolitan Subway 6000 class, several with new cabs
8 Nippon Sharyo Rheostatic 196x Former JR East 103 class

Sources:
1994 Perumka roster by Philip Graham
De Locomotieven van Werkspoor by H. de Jong

For more info and photographs, see Bambang Tjondro's photo collection.

Created by Indra Krishnamurti
Last updated December 23, 2004