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Newag Dragon
Poland | 2009 | more than 50 produced
Lotos Kolej E6ACT-005 in March 2018 with a tank train
Lotos Kolej E6ACT-005 in March 2018 with a tank train
Akjam-Sen

The first newly developed Polish locomotive in the 21st century was presented by the company Newag in 2009. The “Dragon”, intended primarily for freight service, has six axles with three-phase traction motors and a modular design that allows different power options. Sales initially got off to a slow start and were limited only to customers in Poland. The Dragon 2 has been built since 2018 and has been adapted to new TSI standards and has modernized traction electronics.

The basic variant is designed for operation under 3 kV direct current and has an output of 5,000 kW. The variant for 15 and 25 kV alternating current has an output of 7,200 kW, and a multi-system variant is also available. These can optionally be equipped with a last-mile module, which consists of a 520 kW diesel engine with generator. A pure diesel variant that has not yet been implemented has an output of 2,300 kW. For all variants, the starting tractive force can optionally be increased from 375 to 450 kN.

VariantE6DCTE6ACTE6ACTdDiesel
General
Builtsince 2009
ManufacturerNewag
Axle configC-C 
Gauge4 ft 8 1/2 in (Standard gauge)
Dimensions and Weights
Length66 ft 8 3/8 in
Service weight263,673 lbs
Adhesive weight263,673 lbs
Axle load42,622 lbs
Power
Power sourceelectric - DCelectric - ACelectric - AC/DC + diesel-electricdiesel-electric
Electric system3,000 V15.000 V 16⅔ Hz, 25,000 V 50 Hz15.000 V 16⅔ Hz, 25,000 V 50 Hz, 3,000 V
Continuous power6,705 hp (5,000 kW)9,655 hp (7,200 kW)
Top speed75 mph
Starting effort84,303 lbf83,179 lbf
Engine output697 hp (520 kW)3,084 hp (2,300 kW)
Power Plant
Boiler
Calculated Values
electric locomotive
diesel locomotive
freight
multi-system
last mile diesel
last changed: 03/2024
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