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Commission Implementing Decision of 4 October 2011 on the European register of authorised types of railway vehicles (notified under document C(2011) 6974) (Text with EEA relevance) (2011/665/EU)

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ANNEX IIIU.K.+E.U. STRUCTURE OF TYPE NUMBER

Each type of vehicle shall receive a number consisting of 10 digits with the following structure:

XX XXX XXXXX

Category

Family

(Platform)

Incrementa numberCheck digit
Subcategory
Field 1Field 2Field 3Field 4

Where:

Field 1 (digits 1 and 2) is assigned according to category and subcategory of the vehicle type in accordance with the following table:

CodeCategorySubcategory
11Traction vehiclesLocomotive
12Reserved
13Self-propelled passenger trainset (incl. railbuses)
14Reserved
15Self-propelled freight trainset
16Reserved
17Shunter
18Reserved
19Other (tramways, light rail vehicles, etc.)
31Hauled passenger vehiclesPassenger coach (incl. sleeping cars, restaurant, etc.)
32Reserved
33Van
34Reserved
35Car carrier
36Reserved
37Vehicle for services (e.g. kitchen)
38Reserved
39Fixed rake of coaches
40Reserved
41Other
42-49Reserved
51Freight wagons (hauled)Freight wagon
52Reserved
53Fixed rake of freight wagons
54-59Reserved
71Special vehiclesSelf-propelled special vehicle
72Reserved
73Hauled special vehicle
74-79Reserved

Field 2 (digits from 3 to 5) is assigned according to the family to which the type of vehicle belongs. For new families (i.e. families not yet registered in ERATV) digits are progressively incremented by one unit each time an application for registration of a vehicle type belonging to a new family is received by the Agency.

Field 3 (digits from 6 to 9) is a progressive number incremented by one unit each time an application for registration of a vehicle type belonging to a given family is received by the Agency.

Field 4 (digit 10) is a check digit determined in the following manner (Luhn algorithm or modulus 10):

  • the digits in the even positions of the basic number (fields from 1 to 9 counting from the right) are taken at their own decimal value,

  • the digits in the odd positions of the basic number (counting from the right) are multiplied by 2,

  • the sum formed by the digits in even position and by all the digits which constitute the partial products obtained from the odd positions is then established,

  • the units digit of this sum is retained,

  • the complement required to bring the units digit to 10 forms the check-digit; should this units digit be nought, then the check-digit will also be nought.

Examples of determining the check digit:

1 —

Sum: 6 + 3 + 1 + 6 + 4 + 8 + 7 + 1 + 8 + 6 + 2 = 52

The units digit of this sum is 2.

The check-digit number will therefore be 8 and the basic number thus becomes the registration number 33 844 7961 — 8.

2 —

Sum: 6 + 1 + 1 + 0 + 1 + 6 + 3 + 4 + 0 + 8 = 30

The units digit of this sum is 0.

The check-digit number will therefore be 0 and the basic number thus becomes the registration number 31 513 3204 — 0.

If the type examination certificate or design examination certificate covers more than one version of the vehicle type, each of these versions shall be identified by an incremental three-digit number.

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