Description and Specification for Lab Tenders
ABS System Trainer.
This Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) Trainer is designed to demonstrate
the theory and operational characteristics of today’s modern braking
systems, which feature computer-controlled anti-locking or skid-control
systems. The trainer consists of four-wheel hydraulic brake assemblies
& drive motor with variable speed controller. It also includes wheel
speed sensor, hydraulic actuator assembly & electronic control
unit. The trainer can simulate an operation of ABS system at different
• This equipment is effective to understand and educate ABS system and for maintenance, inspection training
• Vehicle-specific wiring, parts are used
• Able to observe reaction condition and changes according to speed by a motor, an inverter.
A complete, fully operational, ABS unit which is typically found on passenger vehicles.
• Four variable speed electrical drive system for each wheel to control the individual speed of each wheel
• Master brake cylinder with pedal handle
Linear Heat Conduction System
• ABS hydraulic actuator (modulator) unit which is controlled by the onboard computer system (ECU)
• Five brake line pressure gauge to show the pressure differentials from the meter brake cylinder to the individual wheels
• Brake master cylinder with vacuum assist boost mechanism and brake pedal assembly.
• The front of the trainer features precise schematic color graphic illustrations that clearly explain the operation of the entire ABS and braking system.
• A control Panel should be provided with an on/off power switch, power system light (POWER ON), ABS warning light (indicated problems) and an ABS operational light (ABS ON). Also has Volt and Ampere meters to measure the DC input power and a brake light to show the operation of the braking system just as on the vehicle.
• Road Conditions and Performance Display Panel.
• The trainer is supplied complete with a training course on ABS operation and servicing including student job sheets and a technical manual on ABS systems
• The trainer should be developed not only to be just a simulator but the ABS system is fully functional, featuring a real ABS unit and real brake systems which makes it ideal for student observation, experimentation and also troubleshooting.
• Different friction values can be set for each wheel to simulate variable road conditions.
• Control of the braking action could be observed with either the ABS unit on or off.
• ABS unit is clearly laid out on a display board that is mounted on a mobile trolley.
Electronic/Electrical Fault Insertion System:
• Multiple electronic fault insertion system: This system should allow for up to 10 faults to be inserted at any one time. Faults can be inserted individually or in groups.
• Electronic Fault Panel: Faults indicated by LEDs. When the fault is electronically activated a corresponding LED will illuminate showing the fault is active.
• Student Testing Mode: The LED fault indication display can be deactivated so that the faults can be active but the display is switched off.
• Electronic Fault Reset Button: The LED control should have a fault-reset button that will clear and reset the system back to normal.
• Test Points: The trainer has short circuit protected test points that allow the student to take measurements during the troubleshooting exercises.
• Vacuum pump for power brake boost
• Fault system with 10 electrical faults and Electrical Test point
|Power supply||30A, 12 VDC regulated power supply|
|Pump||Vacuum pump for power brake boost|
|No of wheels||Four rotating wheels with wheel sensors|
|Cylinder||Master brake cylinder with pedal handle|