EBS in trucks. Diagnostics, diagrams and system checks
This course brings together electricity and pneumatics, therefore, a brief review of said concepts will be carried out.
Detailed analysis of the operation of each of the electronically controlled valves and complete interpretation of electro-pneumatic diagrams in brake systems of the main manufacturers.
1.1 Definition 1.2 Main manufacturers and names of the EBS systems.
2. KNORR-BREMSE. EBS 2.0 - 2.3
2.1 System components diagram 2.2 ECU 2.3 RPM sensor. 2.4 Brakes wearing sensor 2.5 ALB (Automatic load-sensitive braking system), rear axle 2.6 Service brake valve 2.7 Front axle EBS module 2.8 EBS module, rear axle 2.9 Trailer control valve 2.10 ESP (Electronic Stability Program) 2.11 ESP, CAN connection with EBS 2.12 ESP, electronic stability program 2.13 ESP, steering angle sensor 2.14 ESP, yaw rate sensor.
3. KNORR-BREMSE. EBS 5
3.1 System components diagram 3.2 ECU 3.3 Service brake valve 3.4 Front axle EBS module 3.5 EBS module, rear axle 3.6 Trailer control valve
4. WABCO, EBS
4.1 System components diagram 4.2 ECU 4.3 Service brake valve. 4.4 EBS relay modulator, front axle 4.5 ABS modulator. 4.6 EBS modulator, drive shaft 4.7 Back-up valve. 4.8 Trailer control valve
5. WABCO, EBS 2
5.1 System components diagram 5.2 Central brake unit CSU ECU 5.3 EBS modulator, drive shaft 5.4 EBS modulator, drive shaft 5.5 ESP (Electronic Stability Program)