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NS - SGM Sprinter

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In 1970 the Nederlandse Spoorwegen decided to make a measurable split in the definitions of local trains and intercity trains. For the new local train projects, NS decided that the Mat'64 just wasn't suitable because of the short distances between the stations..

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About

In 1970 the Nederlandse Spoorwegen decided to make a measurable split in the definitions of local trains and intercity trains. For the new local train projects, NS decided that the Mat'64 just wasn't suitable because of the short distances between the stations. The NS decided to start a new project for a train to meet the needs of local service, under the working name "Buurtspoormaterieel". The driving factors for this new train were to be: A comfortable single-step entry point; quick acceleration and braking, suitable for stations as close together as 1.5km with stop times no longer than 20 seconds; a modern, compact front end design; a modern, ergonomic and safe driver's cab that should last at least 25 to 30 years; 20,000km between visits to the workshops; a mass of around 95 tons; enough power to be able to run with an additional middle carriage that was 26.1m long with a weight of around 35 tons. The Sprinters were built by Talbot (now: Bombardier Transportation) in Aken. On March 7th 1975, the prototype 2001 unit was delivered. The production units that were ordered in May 1977 - 60 SGM-1 variants - were delivered from September 28th 1978. The SGM-2 variants were ordered in June and September 1981 - 45 new middle wagons to lengthen existing consists to three wagons, and 15 all-new three-car consists. This brought the total to 60 three-wagon SGM-2 variants that entered service in 1983.

 


Includes

This package contains:

  • Full custom model
  • Hybrid audio uses 95% custom sounds and 5% Railworks sounds.
  • 2- and 3-car SGM (old) and SGMm (modernised) versions.
  • Detailed cabview.
  • First and second class passenger wagons and driving trailers.
  • Second class passenger view.
  • Uses smart scripting for cab lighting, custom controls, footplates, destination boards and more.
  • Dynamic autonumbering
  • Unique push-button cruise control just like the real SGM. PLEASE read the manual as the control of this train is quite complicated in auto/cruise mode.
  • Can be used in your own scenarios, and is available in Train Simulator 2013 QuickDrive.
  • Due to incompatibilies and complications arising from the upgrade of Train Simulator 2012 to Train Simulator 2013, scenarios are not provided with the download, but will become available on my scenarios page as I complete them.
  • English User's manual supplied as a PDF file. Please read it as there are many unique controls for this model.(The manual is available in Start->All Programs->ChrisTrains)

Due to compatible issues, there are no scenarios included.

 

 


Systemrequirements

Train Simulator 2013 requirements:

  • Train Simulator 2013 OR Train Simulator 2012, upgraded to Train Simulator 2013 (upgrade is free on Steam).
  • 'Expert' control mode (my add-ons typically do not work with 'simple' controls). Turn off simple controls in the options.
  • Product will not work in the old, non-upgraded Train Simulator 2012.

 

OS:   Windows® XP / Vista / 7 / 8
Processor:   2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo, AMD Athlon MP
Memory:   2 GB RAM
Graphics:   Nvidia GeForce 86xx or comparable ATI graphic card
DirectX:   9.0c
Hard drive:   320 MB HD Space
Downloadsize:   60 MB