Nova Bus LFSe+

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The Nova Bus LFSe+ is a battery-electric powered transit bus sold in Canada and the United States. The long-range compliment to the LFSe, the LFSe+ has a 594 kilowatt-hour battery capacity offering a range of between 340 and 470 kilometres.[1] It can be charged via a pantograph that is lowered from a charging station or with a CCS type 1 J1772 plug-in charger.

The LFSe+ was launched on October 14, 2019 at the American Public Transportation Association TRANSform Conference in New York City.[1] On January 26, 2021, Nova Bus announced their first order for the LFSe+. TransLink of Vancouver, British Columbia will take 15 LFSe+ buses, which will compliment the two short range LFSe buses they acquired in 2019.[2]

Specifications

Dimensions
Length: 40' / 12.2m
Width: 102" / 2.6m
Height: 129.6" / 3.3m
Wheelbase: 244" / 6.20m
Turning radius: 40' 10" / 12.45m
Motor
BAE Systems HDS200 200 kW, 5200 Nm
Energy storage
Modular battery system, up to 594 kWh
Charging
Overhead J3105 450 kW, 35 kWh boost in 6 minutes, fully charged in <3.25 hours
Plugin CCS Type 1 J1772 150 kW, fully charged in <3.25 hours
Front axle
ZF RL 82 A
Rear axle
ZF AV 133
Brakes
Disc brakes w/ ABS & regenerative braking
HVAC
MCC Eco 136e
Electrical system
Volvo Bus Electronic Architecture
Floor
Composite subfloor w/ Altro Transflor or Gerflor Tarabus floors

Operators

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Nova Bus introduces the LFSe+, a new long-range electric bus with dual charging options. Press release. Nova Bus. 14 October 2019.
  2. "TransLink selects Nova Bus for 15 electric buses LFSe+; further expanding low emission mobility in Vancouver communities." Press release. Nova Bus. 26 January 2021.
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LFS Transit · LFS Suburban · LFS Shuttle · LFS HEV · LFS Natural Gas · LFSe · LFSe+ · LFS Artic · LFX
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