This model was first made no later than 2003.
- 164' (or 75 m) maximum rise height
- 30 degree angle of inclination
- 24"/32"/40" (or 600/800/1000 mm) step width
- 100 fpm (or 0.5/0.65/0.75 m/s) speed
- Amsterdam Metro, Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Zeche Zollverein, Essen, Germany
- Munich Metro, Munich, Germany
- Prague Metro, Prague, Czech Republic
- Shenzhen North Railway Station, Shenzhen, China
- Delovoy Tsentr (Business Center) Metro Station, Moscow, Russia
- Kotel'niki Metro Station, Moscow, Russia
- Park Pobedy (Victory Park) Metro Station, Moscow, Russia
- Petrovsky Park Metro Station, Moscow, Russia
- Michurinsky Avenue Metro Station, Moscow, Russia
- Lefortovo Metro Station, Moscow, Russia
- Aviamotornaya Metro Station, Moscow, Russia
- Nizhegorodskaya Metro Station, Moscow, Russia
- Gor'kovskaya Metro Station, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
- MTR's Tuen Ma Line (Shatin to Central Link Phase 1), Hong Kong, China.
- Hin Keng Station (2020)
- Diamond Hill Station (2015, 2020)
- Kai Tak Station (2020)
- Hung Hom Station (2016, 2018, 2019)
- Hong Kong West Kowloon Station, Kowloon Station Commercial & Residential Area, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China (2018)
- Baku Metro, Baku, Azerbaijan
Notes and references
- ↑ Metro station, Intercity Train Station, Airport.
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