INSTALLATION GUIDE

INSTALLATION GUIDE
INSTALLATION GUIDE
Electronic Braking System
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EB+ Gen3
Installation guide
Notes on the use of this manual
This manual has been designed to assist personnel
in satisfactory installation of Haldex EB+ Gen3 onto
full, semi and centre axle trailers. The intention has
been to illustrate various aspects of the installation. It
is expected that this manual will be in possession of
the appropriate person throughout their ‘training’ and
‘experience’ and that the manual will be used as:
a) A teaching aid following supervision of a Haldex
engineer.
› Use appropriate spare-parts documentation when
obtaining spare parts
› Use only genuine Haldex parts in repairs
› Due to continuous development the right is reserved
to alter the specification without notice
› No legal rights can be derived from the contents of
the manual
› Duplication, translation and reprinting are prohibited
without permission from Haldex Brake Products
b) A reminder of the correct procedure of Haldex
EB+ Gen3 installation.
For any other deviation consult
Haldex Brake Products Ltd.
Moons Moat Drive
Moons Moat North
Redditch
Worcestershire
B98 9HA
Tel: +44 1527 499 499
Fax: +44 1527 499 500
E-Mail: [email protected]
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Contents
Introduction ............................................................... 4
Product versions......................................................... 5
General components – 2M......................................... 8
General components – 3M....................................... 10
Dimension and port identification ............................ 12
System configurations .............................................. 15
Chassis installations ................................................. 39
Piping recommendations.......................................... 46
Piping layout – 2M brake ......................................... 48
Piping layout – 2M suspension ................................. 53
Piping layout – 3M brake ......................................... 58
System layout .......................................................... 61
ISO 7638 socket assembly ........................................ 63
ECU connections – 2M............................................. 65
ECU connections – 3M............................................. 68
ECU connectors – slide lock ..................................... 70
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ECU connectors – Sensor / AUX / DIAG+ .................. 78
Auxiliary operation ................................................... 81
Wiring diagram – Gen3 2M ..................................... 86
Wiring diagram – Gen3 3M ..................................... 87
System drawing layout – COLAS®+ ............................ 88
System drawing layout – ILAS®-E front ..................... 89
System drawing layout – steer axle lock ................... 93
Painting ................................................................... 95
ADR installations ...................................................... 96
Programming ........................................................... 98
System diagnostics ................................................... 99
Maintenance schedule ........................................... 112
Sensor installation .................................................. 113
General information............................................... 116
Part reference ........................................................ 120
EB+ Gen3 part number variants ............................. 130
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Introduction
System overview
The EB+ Gen3 system provides electro-pneumatic control of the trailer brakes for full, semi and centre-axle trailers
with built in electronic load sensing and anti-lock functions. It provides the necessary components to enable
compatibility with either an electronically and pneumatically signalled or a pneumatically only signalled towing
vehicle.
In addition to normal service brake control, EB+ Gen3 also contains a roll stability system. This uses a lateral
accelerometer, in addition to the existing sensed variables, to determine if the vehicle is close to its roll threshold.
Low-level brake test pulses are also used as part of the detection process and automatically commanded braking
is used to slow the vehicle below the roll threshold. The accelerometer may be external or internal to the ECU.
As well as providing the means for brake control the controller also contains auxiliary channels capable of
providing ancillary functions, such as reset-to-ride height and a power / diagnostic link for use by other systems.
The main system package consists of an electronic control unit (ECU) / modulator assembly, containing a brake
apply solenoid, twin solenoid operated relay valve(s) and pressure sensors for monitoring the pneumatic control
line, brake delivery, reservoir and air suspension pressure.
Externally the system comprises two or four wheel speed sensors and optionally a pressure sensor sensing the
pneumatic control transmission. When used the pressure sensor should be situated before an emergency valve
(REV or EV) if fitted.
Trailers fitted with the system may only be towed behind vehicles fitted with an ISO 7638 connector (either 7 or
5-pin). When connected with a 7-pin connector the system receives brake demand data via the CAN data line in
accordance with ISO 11992. When connected with a 5-pin connector the system determines brake demand by
sensing the pneumatic control transmission.
Optionally an ISO 1185 (24N) or ISO 12098 (15 pole) stop light power back-up connection can be fitted.
This provides anti-lock braking control and optionally dynamic load sensing in situations where the ISO 7638
connection is not functioning and is not intended as a normal operating mode.
The apportionment of braking under varying vehicle load conditions is implemented in software. The load sensing
parameters, from the brake calculation, are programmed into the ECU using the system diagnostic link.
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Product versions
There are two versions of EB+ Gen3, a Standard version offering 4-2S / 2M with Super AUX, a Premium version
offering up to 4S / 3M with Super AUX and additional auxiliary input / output capability.
Feature
Standard
Premium
Wheel speed sensors
2 or 4
2 or 4
Modulators
2
2 or 3
Auxiliary inputs*
2 analogue, 3 digital
2 analogue, 5 digital
Auxiliary outputs*
3 outputs, 1 tacho
5 outputs, 1 tacho
Super AUX*
Yes
Yes
Roll-over control
Yes
Yes
Auxiliary power extension
No
Yes
Haldex CAN bus
Yes
Yes
Power supply
8 - 32 V
8 - 32 V
Stop-lamp backup power
Yes
Yes
* Refer to the ‘auxiliary operations’ section for the function of the EB+ Gen3 auxiliaries.
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EB+ Gen3 Standard [2M]
Independent EBS for semi and centre axle trailers.
EB+ Gen3 2M, 2 modulators, 4 sensors, multiple
auxiliary connections, integrated stability, maximum
flexibility.
Specifications:
› Integrated quick release valve
› Integrated anti-compound valve
› Service brake test ports
Benefits:
› ECU operates 8 - 32V
› Easy, logical vehicle installation
› EMC / RFI approved
› Multi-voltage operation
› Reservoir M22 ports
› Integrated stability control
› Valve integrated with electronic load sensing and
› Multiple auxiliary connections allow several devices to
be fitted
› Delivery and suspension M16 ports
› Functions and capabilities are upgradeable by
software for longer operational life
› Connect multiple CAN devices, e.g. TPMS, Info
Centre or telematics
roll-over control
› External connections via up to 13 moulded plugs
› Plastic enclosure
› Dual reservoir connections
Part numbers:
Gen3 Standard: 823 008 xxx
EB+ Gen3 Standard is a 12 / 24 V EBS with integrated roll-over control, intended for fitment to semi and centre
axle trailers using full air braking systems with air / mechanical suspension.
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EB+ Gen3 Premium [2M or 3M]
Independent EBS for full, semi and centre axle trailers.
An EB+ Gen3 3M system is possible, consisting of
a Gen3 2M Master and a 1M Slave (3 modulators
in total), 4 sensors, more auxiliary connections than
standard, integrated stability, maximum flexibility.
Specifications:
Benefits:
› ECU operates 8-32V
› Integrated quick release valve
› Integrated anti-compound valve
› Service brake test ports
› EMC / RFI approved
› Easy, logical vehicle installation
› Reservoir M22 ports
› Multi-voltage operation
› Flexibility, with up to 5 input / output channels, 2
dedicated analogue channels and 3 dedicated digital
inputs
› Load sensing for both Master and Slave to optimise
brake efficiency and wear
› Valve integrated with electronic load sensing and
roll-over control
› Delivery and suspension M16 ports
› External connections via up to 14 moulded plugs
› Reservoir connections: 2 x Master, 1 x Slave
› Connect multiple CAN devices, e.g. TPMS, Info
Centre or telematics.
Part numbers:
Gen3 Master assembly 823 034 xxx
Gen3 Slave assembly 810 023 001
EB+ Gen3 Premium is a 12 / 24V EBS with integrated roll-over control, intended for fitment to full, semi
and centre axle trailers using full air braking systems with air / mechanical suspension. A top of the range
configuration delivers EBS braking with integrated ABS, electronic load-sensing, multiple CAN, 3 modulator
configuration, a range of other inputs / outputs to control other functions and now with stop lamp power
backup.
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General components – 2M
ISO 7638 7-pin
socket assembly
EB+ Gen3 2M
assembly
Sensor and exciter
(fitted as required)
ISO 12098 /
ISO 1185 (24N)
connector
Example only
(customers preference)
Info Centre 2
(customers preference)
Driver’s information plate
(customers preference)
(artists impression of layout)
Options
Option 1
Option 2
TrCM+
8
Option 3
TEM®
Relay Emergency Valve (REV)
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2M chassis components
7
7
6
6
2
3
11
2B
1B
4
4
10
1
2
DIAGN
5
1A
2A
9
1
5
6
8
6
7
7
Item
Description
Notes
1
EB+ Gen3 assembly
2
EB+ label
3
ISO 7638 7-pin socket assembly
4
ISO 12098 / ISO 1185 (24N)
5
Info Centre 2
6
Sensor assembly
7
Exciter
8
COLAS®+
Programmable via DIAG+
9
ILAS®-E
Programmable via DIAG+
10
Lining Wear System (LWS)
Programmable via DIAG+
11
EB+ external stability sensor
Programmable via DIAG+
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Standard version shown
Optional safety back up cable
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General components – 3M
ISO 7638 7-pin
socket assembly
Sensor and exciter
(fitted as required)
EB+ Gen3 3M
assembly
ISO12098 /
ISO1185 (24N)
connector
Driver’s information plate
(customers preference)
Info Centre 2
(customers preference)
(artists impression of layout)
Options
Option 1
Option 2
TrCM+
10
Option 3
TEM®
Relay Emergency Valve (REV)
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3M chassis components
7
7
6
6
3
4
2B
1B
5
1A
2A
2
8
1
6
6
7
7
Note:
Auxiliary options as per semi-trailers
Item
Description
Notes
1
EB+ Gen3 assembly
2
Slave assembly
3
EB+ label
4
ISO 7638 7-pin socket assembly
5
ISO 12098 / ISO 1185 (24N)
6
Sensor assembly
7
Exciter
8
3M link cable
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Optional safety back up cable
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Dimension and port identification
Standard assembly
285 mm
Studs x 3
M10 x 1.5 mm
30 mm
This way up
155 mm
4
22
22
22
22
21
21
21
23
23
41
21
11
1
23
23
23
23
Port 3
Delivery test
port 22
1
Delivery test
port 21
182 mm
74 mm
Port 3
135 mm
Approximate mass of assembly: 5.75 Kg
Port
Description
Notes
1
Reservoir port
3
Exhaust port
4
Control port
M16 x 1.5 mm
11
Anti - compounding port
M16 x 1.5 mm
21/22
Delivery ports
M16 x 1.5 mm
21/22
Test point port
M12 x 1.5 mm
23
Spring brake port
M16 x 1.5 mm
41
Air suspension port
M16 x 1.5 mm
12
M22 x 1.5 mm
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Premium assembly
285 mm
Studs x 3
M10 x 1.5 mm
30 mm
This way up
155 mm
4
22
22
22
22
21
21
21
23
23
41
21
11
1
23
23
23
23
Port 3
Delivery test
port 22
1
Delivery test
port 21
182 mm
74 mm
Port 3
135 mm
Approximate mass of assembly: 5.75 Kg
Port
Description
Notes
1
Reservoir port
3
Exhaust port
4
Control port
M16 x 1.5 mm
11
Anti - compounding port
M16 x 1.5 mm
21/22
Delivery ports
M16 x 1.5 mm
21/22
Test point port
M12 x 1.5 mm
23
Spring brake port
M16 x 1.5 mm
41
Air suspension port
M16 x 1.5 mm
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Slave assembly
185 mm
58 mm
This way up
162 mm
185 mm
4
41
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
Port 3
Port 3
Port 3
178 mm
Note:
The EB+ Gen3 Slave assembly (ECU &
valve) is only supplied as one complete
unit that cannot / should not be
separated.
Port 3
Approximate mass of assembly: 3.2 Kg
Port
Description
Notes
1
Reservoir port
M22 x 1.5 mm
2
Delivery ports
M16 x 1.5 mm
3
Exhaust port
-
4
Control port
M16 x 1.5 mm
41
Air suspension port
M16 x 1.5 mm
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System configurations
Semi & centre axle trailers - side by side (SxS)
2S / 2M
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be a lift axle
2.2
› Any axle may be a steered axle
ISO
connector
end
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EPRV’S
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4S / 2M
Preferred
option
Preferred
option
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› Any axle (but only one at a time) directly controlled axle may be a lift axle
2.2
› Any axle may be a steered axle
ISO
connector
end
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Semi & centre axle trailers - side by side (SxS) & select low valve (SL)
2S/2M
2S / 2M
S1B
S1B
2.1
2.2
A
A
S1B
2.1
2.2
2.1
2.2
A
S1A
S1A
S1A
S1B
S1B
S1B
2.2
2.1
A
S1A
2.2
2.1
2.2
2.1
A
S1A
A
S1A
Note (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
Any valve without directly controlled wheels may be a lift axle
2.2
ISO
connector
end
A
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EPRV’S
= Select Low Valve
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relay valve
2S / 2M
2S/2M
S1B
S1B
2.1
2.2
A B
B A
S1B
2.1
2.2
2.1
2.2
A
S1A
S1A
S1A
S1B
S1B
S1B
2.2
2.1
A B
S1A
2.2
2.1
2.2
2.1
B A
S1A
B
A B
S1A
Note (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
Any valve without directly controlled wheels may be a lift axle
2.2
ISO
connector
end
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A
= Select Low Valve
B
= Relay Valve
EPRV’S
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Semi & centre axle trailers - axle by axle ASC front, SL rear
4S / 2M
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› Sensed axles cannot be lifted
› Any axle without directly controlled wheels (not sensed) may be a lift axle
› Any axle may be a steered axle
ISO
connector
end
2.1 2.2
EPRV’S
N1-N4 are selectable options set by Haldex or the vehicle manufacturer
› N1 Adaptive surface control 2.1
(ASC)
› N2 Select low 2.1
(SL)
› N3 Adaptive surface control 2.2
(ASC)
› N4 Select low 2.2
(SL)
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Semi & centre axle trailers - axle by axle ASC front, SL rear
4S / 2M
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› Sensed axles cannot be lifted
› Any axle without directly controlled wheels (not sensed) may be a lift axle
› Any axle may be a steered axle
ISO
connector
end
2.1 2.2
EPRV’S
N1-N4 are selectable options set by Haldex or vehicle manufacturer
› N1 Adaptive surface control 2.1
(ASC)
› N2 Select low 2.1
(SL)
› N3 Adaptive surface control 2.2
(ASC)
› N4 Select low 2.2
(SL)
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Semi & centre axle trailers
4S
/ 3M
4S/3M
S1B
2.2
2.1
S2B
S1B
2
2
S1A
S2A
S1A
S1B
S2B
S1B
2
2.2
2.1
S1A
S2B
2.2
2.1
S2A
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S2A
S1A
S2A
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S1A
S2A
S1B
2.2
2.1
S2B
2
S1A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
S2A
Key
› Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be a lift axle
› Any axle may be a steered axle
2.2
N1-N4 are selectable options set by Haldex or vehicle manufacturer
ISO
connector
end
2.1
EPRV’S
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
Slave
ECU
2
EPRV
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU
› N4 Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed
facing forward, left or right sensed wheel connected pneumatically to
EPRV 2 can be lifted
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Semi & centre axle trailers
4S / 3M
4S/3M
S1B
2.1
2.2
S2B
S1B
2
2
S1A
S2A
S1A
S1B
S2B
S1B
2
2.1
2.2
S1A
S2B
2.1
2.2
S2A
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S2A
S1A
S2A
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S1A
S2A
S1B
2.1
2.2
S2B
2
S1A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
S2A
Key
› Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be a lift axle
› Any axle may be a steered axle
2.2
N1-N4 are selectable options set by Haldex or vehicle manufacturer
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
ISO
connector
end
2.1
EPRV’S
connected to this Master ECU
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
Slave
ECU
2
EPRV
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU
› N4 Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed
facing forward, left or right sensed wheel connected pneumatically to
EPRV 2 can be lifted
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Full trailers
4S / 3M
4S/3M
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S1A
S1B
2
S1A
S2B
S2A
S1B
2.2
2.1
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S2A
S1A
S2A
› Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› Sensed axles cannot be lifted
› Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be a lifted
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
ISO
connector
end
2.1
EPRV’S
› N2 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
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ECU
2
EPRV
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4S
/ 3M
4S/3M
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S1A
S1B
2
S1A
S2B
S2A
S1B
2.1
2.2
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S2A
S1A
S2A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› Sensed axles cannot be lifted.
› Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted.
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
ISO
connector
end
2.1
EPRV’S
› N2 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
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Semi trailers
4S / 3M
4S/3M
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S2A
S1A
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S1A
S2A
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
S1A
2
S2A
S2B
S1B
2.2
2.1
2
S1A
S2A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
2.2
ISO
connector
end
Slave
ECU
2.1
2
EPRV’S
EPRV
› N4 Sensed wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV 2 can be lifted but
corresponding indirectly controlled wheels must be lifted in parallel
› N5 Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted
› N6 Any axle may be a steered axle
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4S
/ 3M
4S/3M
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S2A
S1A
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S1A
S2A
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
S1A
2
S2A
S2B
S1B
2.1
2.2
2
S1A
S2A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
› N4 Sensed wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV 2 can be lifted but
ISO
connector
end
Slave
ECU
2.1
2
EPRV’S
EPRV
corresponding indirectly controlled wheels must be lifted in parallel
› N5 Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted
› N6 Any axle may be a steered axle
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Semi trailers
4S
/ 3M
4S/3M
S1B
S2B
2
2.2
2.1
S1A
S2A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
› N4 Sensed wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV 2 can be lifted but
ISO
connector
end
Slave
ECU
2.1
2
EPRV’S
EPRV
corresponding indirectly controlled wheels must be lifted in parallel
› N5 Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted
› N6 Any axle may be a steered axle
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4S/3M
4S / 3M
S1B
S2B
2
2.1
2.2
S1A
S2A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
› N4 Sensed wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV 2 can be lifted but
ISO
connector
end
Slave
ECU
2.1
2
EPRV’S
EPRV
corresponding indirectly controlled wheels must be lifted in parallel
› N5 Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted
› N6 Any axle may be a steered axle
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Semi trailers
4S / 3M
4S/3M
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S1A
S2A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
› N4 Sensed wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV 2 can be lifted but
ISO
connector
end
Slave
ECU
2.1
2
EPRV’S
EPRV
corresponding indirectly controlled wheels must be lifted in parallel
› N5 Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted
› N6 Any axle may be a steered axle
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Semi trailers
4S / 3M
4S/3M
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S1A
S2A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
› N4 Sensed wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV 2 can be lifted but
ISO
connector
end
Slave
ECU
2.1
2
EPRV’S
EPRV
corresponding indirectly controlled wheels must be lifted in parallel
› N5 Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted
› N6 Any axle may be a steered axle
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Semi trailers
4S/3M
4S
/ 3M
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S2A
S1A
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S2A
S1A
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S1A
S2A
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S2A
S1A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
› N4 Sensed wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV 2 can be lifted but
ISO
connector
end
Slave
ECU
2.1
2
EPRV’S
EPRV
corresponding indirectly controlled wheels must be lifted in parallel
› N5 Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted
› N6 Any axle may be a steered axle
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4S
/ 3M
4S/3M
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S2A
S1A
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S2A
S1A
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S1A
S2A
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S1A
S2A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
› N4 Sensed wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV 2 can be lifted but
ISO
connector
end
Slave
ECU
2.1
2
EPRV’S
EPRV
corresponding indirectly controlled wheels must be lifted in parallel
› N5 Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted
› N6 Any axle may be a steered axle
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Semi trailers
4S
/ 3M
4S/3M
S2B
S1B
2.2
2.1
2
S1A
S2A
S2B
S1B
2.2
2.1
2
S1A
S2A
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S1A
S2A
S2B
S1B
2.2
2.1
2
S1A
S2A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
› N4 Sensed wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV 2 can be lifted but
ISO
connector
end
Slave
ECU
2.1
2
EPRV’S
EPRV
corresponding indirectly controlled wheels must be lifted in parallel
› N5 Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted
› N6 Any axle may be a steered axle
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Semi trailers
4S
/ 3M
4S/3M
S2B
S1B
2.1
2.2
2
S1A
S2A
S2B
S1B
2.1
2.2
2
S1A
S2A
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S1A
S2A
S2B
S1B
2.1
2.2
2
S1A
S2A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
› N4 Sensed wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV 2 can be lifted but
ISO
connector
end
Slave
ECU
2.1
2
EPRV’S
EPRV
corresponding indirectly controlled wheels must be lifted in parallel
› N5 Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted
› N6 Any axle may be a steered axle
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Full trailers
4S/3M
4S
/ 3M
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S2A
S1A
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S1A
S2A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
› N4 Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted
ISO
connector
end
Slave
ECU
2.1
2
EPRV’S
EPRV
› N5 Any axle may be a steered axle
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Full trailers
4S / 3M
4S/3M
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S2A
S1A
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S1A
S2A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
› N4 Sensed wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV 2 can be lifted but
ISO
connector
end
Slave
ECU
2.1
2
EPRV’S
EPRV
corresponding indirectly controlled wheels must be lifted in parallel
› N5 Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted
› N6 Any axle may be a steered axle
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Full trailers
4S
/ 3M
4S/3M
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S2A
S1A
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S2A
S1A
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S1A
S2A
S1B
S2B
2.2
2.1
2
S1A
S2A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
› N4 Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted
ISO
connector
end
Slave
ECU
2.1
2
EPRV’S
EPRV
› N5 Any axle may be a steered axle
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Full trailers
4S
/ 3M
4S/3M
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S2A
S1A
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S2A
S1A
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S1A
S2A
S1B
S2B
2.1
2.2
2
S1A
S2A
Notes (applicable to all above diagrams):
Key
› N1 Master ECU is mounted to EPRV’s 21/22. All sensors must be
connected to this Master ECU
2.2
› N2 Directly controlled wheels connected pneumatically to EPRV’s 21/22
cannot be lifted
› N3 Slave ECU is mounted to EPRV 2 and is controlled by Master ECU.
Slave ECU / EPRV 2 is shown facing rear but can also be installed facing
forward, left or right, as EPRV 2 is always select low control
› N4 Any axle without directly controlled wheels may be lifted
ISO
connector
end
Slave
ECU
2.1
2
EPRV’S
EPRV
› N5 Any axle may be a steered axle
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Chassis installation
Rear view
Position of EB+ Gen3 assembly
The following installation parameters are required for
correct stability operation.
3º
3º
3º
3º
Roll angle : ± 3 ° (1:20)
Yaw angle : ± 5 °
5º
5º
5º
5º
Plan View
The EB+ Gen3 system is to be mounted within distance
X & Y from the centre line of the rear axle group / bogie
(includes lift axles).
Single or Tri-axle
Trailer
X
Y
Semi
1.5 m
1.5 m
Centre-axle
1.5 m
1.5 m
Full
3.0 m
1.5 m
Within LH & RH
chassis members
Haldex recommended position for maximum stability
performance. Fitment of EB+ Gen3 outside of this area
may affect the stability performance.
X
Y
Tandem axle
The EB+ Gen3 assembly to be within the main left hand
(LH) and right hand (RH) chassis members of the vehicle.
Within LH & RH
chassis members
For any other applications please refer to Haldex
Technical Services.
Pitch angle: assembly must be mounted vertically.
X
Y
This way up
The assembly should not be in direct spray or splash
water area and should be protected against high
pressure cleaning.
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For optimum performance the valve should be
mounted centrally to the brake chambers thus giving
the shortest delivery pipe lengths.
The pipe length between the air reservoir and the valve
ports 1 (x2) should be as short as possible.
360 o
Port 1
Mount modulator valves centrally to
the brake chambers.
Single axle
Tri-axle
Tandem axle
Full trailer
If mounting to stainless steel, then
a suitable membrane must be used.
0.5 mm
Additional bracket design to be as rigid as possible.
The mounting fixing must provide an electrical
connection between ECU / modulator bracket and
vehicle chassis.
Mounting bracket flatness to be not more than
0.5 mm deviation from its true plane (i.e. the surface
must lie between two parallel planes 0.5 mm apart).
Mounting bracket
Fixing holes
4.0 mm min
Position assembly as high as possible in the chassis
to provide as much protection to the assembly from
direct spray and other road debris and to achieve an
acceptable hose routing.
Use noncorrosive 10 mm nuts, torque to 35-45 Nm.
Fixing
The fastener to be protected from corrosion to give
200 hours salt spray resistance.
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Deck of trailer
Position assembly as high as possible in the chassis
to provide as much protection to the assembly from
direct spray and other road debris and to achieve an
acceptable hose routing.
This way up
Pitch angle: assembly must be mounted vertically.
To brake chambers
To brake chambers
Trailer axle
Road surface
Care should be taken to provide reasonable access to
the ECU / valve for replacement cables.
D
E
D = 150 mm minimum
E = 1. Assembly to be above axle centre line.
2. To be as high in frame as possible.
Check continuity between ECU / EPRV bracket and
vehicle.
0
5:
Resistance (R) to be less than 5 ohms
0 < R < 5 ohms
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Sensor connection
Sensor extension cable socket must be pushed fully
into sensor cable plug till they clip into place to prevent
falling out with axle vibration.
Extension cable plug
Sensor cable socket
Haldex recommend that all electrical components
are greased prior to assembly using the appropriate
electrical grease.
Clip to ‘click’
Where possible use a clip and bracket to secure sensor
cable connection.
The female connector of the sensor cable should
always be horizontal or pointing downward to reduce
the possibility of water ingress.
Sensor cable
Extension cable
Connection
assembled into clip
and bracket
Dirt shield
Dirt shield
fixing bolts
Axle
Alternatively: sensor cable connection to be positioned
on axle or between axle ‘U’ bolts and supported with
cable ties with 50 mm of each end.
‘U’ bolts
Cable tie
Hub and drum/
disk assembly
Connection
Axle
Cable tie
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Sensor / COLAS®/ ILAS®-E connection
Sensor cable route should follow the centre line or
outer radius of pipe or hose.
Deck of trailer
24
V
24v
Tie wraps not to be over tightened because on brake
application rubber hose expands, i.e. tie could damage
the hose and sensor cable.
300 max
Cable tie
Do not run sensors leads in spiral wrapping on hoses.
150 max
Power leads should be secured down the chassis rail in
trunking or to piping and should be secured with
300 mm maximum intervals.
All cables should run ‘up to’ ECU connections.
Axle
The route of all of the cables from the connector
should not start to bend so that the connectors are
strained.
120 mm min
0 mm
0 mm
Allow distance of 120 mm (minimum) before bending
of cable.
0 mm
100 mm min
bend radius
0 mm
Cable should be secured down the chassis rail to
existing piping and should be secured with 300 mm
maximum intervals or inside trunking.
0.5 - 0.6 Nm
(0.4 - 0.5 lbft)
Position rubber gasket ‘R’ in position shown.
4 - 6 Nm
(3 - 4.4 lbft)
DIN connector
R
Note:
All cables should run ‘up to’ connector.
R
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Excess cable
Excess cable must not be allowed to hang free, but
must be attached to the chassis to prevent damage
due to vibration and abrasion.
Ø150 max
100 min
B
Cable lengths less than 1 m to be coiled into loops of
100 mm minimum and 150 mm maximum diameter.
Excess length which will not form a complete loop may
be left to hang in partial loops having a cable bend
radius of 50 mm minimum.
Ø100 min
Cable lengths greater than 1 m to be coiled and then
flattened in the centre ‘B’ to produce a ‘dog bone’
shape.
The resulting loops at the end must have a minimum
bend radius of 50 mm. Cable ties are to be used to fix
the cable in the flattened loop shape.
More than one looped cable must not be looped
together.
Sensor 1A
Sensor 1B
Solenoid
Sensor 1A
Sensor 1B
Solenoid
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‘DIAG‘ side of vehicle connection
Clearance and mounting dimensions
Shaded area around hole to be flat and free from
raised markings or surface imperfections which may
prevent flush fitting of the connector.
Alt
Mount the diagnostic connector on the outside of the
main chassis rail. The position must be in an accessible
area but not in the direct spray of the wheels.
40.0
min
MIN
The connector must be mounted horizontally.
Ø 50 MAX
max
Tighten nut ‘R’ to a torque of 3-4 Nm (2-3 Ibft).
Ø 24 MAX
max
40.0
min
MIN
120.0
min
MIN
65.0
min
MIN
ECU connection is as right.
Cable to run up to connector and secured to the
chassis, or appropriate cable or pipe runs, with cable
ties at 300 mm maximum intervals.
R
100
min
MIN
max
300 MAX
Diagnostic ‘DIAG’ - side of vehicle connection - option 3
Ensure that the cover is fitted and correctly ‘locked’ in
place.
Note:
For Installation of Info Center refer to Instructions
006 300 000.
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Piping recommendations
1
11
21
22
1
4
11
11 12
11 12
4a
4b 5
4c 5
1
1
22
1
1
1
2
2-1
2
4
1
2
22
22
2
11
3b
21
23
2
41
6
21
23
1
21
2
1
23
23
3c
3b
3a
4a
4b 5
4c 5
11
11 12
11 12
Note:
EB+ Gen3 should be supplied with clean / dry air.
Key
1 Port number
1 Components
Item
Description
Material
Size
1
Emergency pipe
Nylon
8 x 1, 10 x 1, 10 x 1.25, 12 x 1.5
2
Service pipe
Nylon
8 x 1, 10 x 1, 10 x 1.25, 12 x 1.5
3a
Reservoir pipe
Nylon
8 x 1, 10 x 1, 10 x 1.25, 12 x 1.5
3b
Reservoir pipe
Nylon
15 x 1.5
15 x 1.5 x 2 off (preferred)
18 x 2
3c
Reservoir pipe
Nylon
12 x 1.5
4a
4b
4c
Brake delivery pipe
Nylon
or
Rubber hose
12 x 1.5
or
I.D. 11.0, I.D. 13.0
5
Emergency pipe
Nylon
Rubber hose
8 x 1, 10 x 1.25, 12 x 1.5
I.D 11.0, I.D. 13.0
6
Suspension pipe
Nylon
As per suspension manufacturers
recommendations.
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Short as possible 1.0m max.
Short as possible 4.0m max.
4a, 4b and 4c to be as short as
possible.
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Piping information
› Actual pipe sizes need to be optimized for individual trailer response time requirements
› All pipe and rubber hose to comply to recognized international standards
› Nylon pipe to DIN 73378, rubber hose to SAE 1402
› The referenced sizes are defined as guide lines only
› For optimum performance all pipe lengths should be as short as possible
Pipe fittings
Avoid elbows as much as possible. If essential, use
swept type elbow.
Inside diameter of fitting should be the same as the
inside pipe diameter it is serving.
On metric (parallel thread) pipe fitting a backing
washer and ‘O’ ring should be used.
The use of tape (PTFE) must not be used.
Note:
No pipe sealant or tape (PTFE) must be used during the
installation of EB+ Gen3. No warranty claims will be
accepted on pipe sealant or tape induced faults.
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Piping layout – 2M brake
2M, side by side with TrCM+
4
10
9
9
4
11 12
11
11 12
1
12
7
23/24/25
1-2
2
AUXs
21
22
8
4
1
3
1
1
2
22
5
22
11
2
23
3
1
41
21
21
21
23
2
1
23
6
11
12
23
7
5
11
10
6
7
11 12
11 12
9
Note:
EB+ Gen3 should be supplied with clean / dry air.
9
Key
1 Port number
1 Components
Item
Description
Notes
1
Emergency coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
2
Service coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
3
Pipe filter
4
TrCM+
5
Air reservoir - brake
6
Drain valve
7
Test point
8
EB+ Gen3 assembly
9
Spring brake chamber
10
Single diaphragm brake chamber
11
Test point simulator
12
Suspension bellows
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2M, side by side, with TEM®
4
10
9
9
1-2
1
11
11 12
11 12
7
12
8
22
4
1
3
1
1
2
22
22
5
2
11
1
21
23
3
41
21
21
23
2
1
23
12
11
23
6
7
5
7
11 12
11
10
6
11 12
9
9
Note:
EB+ Gen3 should be supplied with clean / dry air.
Key
1 Port number
1 Components
Item
Description
Notes
1
Emergency coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
2
Service coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
3
Pipe filter
4
TEM®
5
Air reservoir - brake
6
Drain valve
7
Test point
8
EB+ Gen3 assembly
9
Spring brake chamber
10
Single diaphragm brake chamber
11
Test point simulator
12
Suspension bellows
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2M, side by side, with combined park & shunt valve
4
10
9
9
1
11
11 12
11 12
11 22
7
8
22
4
1
3
1
1
2
22
5
22
11
2
1
21
23
3
41
21
21
23
2
1
23
6
12
11
23
7
5
11 12
11
11 12
7
6
10
9
9
Note:
EB+ Gen3 should be supplied with clean / dry air.
Key
1 Port number
1 Components
Item
Description
Notes
1
Emergency coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
2
Service coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
3
Pipe filter
4
Combined park & shunt valve
5
Air reservoir - brake
6
Drain valve
7
Test point
8
EB+ Gen3 assembly
9
Spring brake chamber
10
Single diaphragm brake chamber
11
Test point simulator
12
Suspension bellows
50
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2M, side by side, REV with combined park & shunt valve
4
10
9
9
1
11
11 12
11 12
11
21
22
7
13
4
1
1
8
22
4
3
1
2
2-1
1
2
22
22
11
5
2
1
21
23
3
41
21
21
23
2
1
23
12
11
23
6
7
5
7
11
11 12
10
6
11 12
9
9
Note:
EB+ Gen3 should be supplied with clean / dry air.
Key
1 Port number
1 Components
Item
Description
Notes
1
Emergency coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
2
Service coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
3
Pipe filter
4
Combined park & shunt valve
5
Air reservoir - brake
6
Drain valve
7
Test point
8
EB+ Gen3 assembly
9
Spring brake chamber
10
Single diaphragm brake chamber
11
Test point simulator
12
Suspension bellows
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2M, axle by axle, REV and individual park & shunt valves
4
10
11
12
2
9
9
11 12
11 12
7
1
4
1
13
1
2
11
2-1
2
4
1
3
8
22
2
1
23
5
3
1
22
41
22
21
23
21
11
2
23
1
23
5
11
6
11 12
11 12
2
12
7
7
12
6
10
14
9
Note:
EB+ Gen3 should be supplied with clean / dry air.
9
Key
1 Port number
1 Components
Item
Description
Notes
1
Emergency coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
2
Service coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
3
Pipe filter
4
Shunt valve
5
Air reservoir - brake
6
Drain valve
7
Test point
8
EB+ Gen3 assembly
9
Spring brake chamber
10
Single diaphragm brake chamber
11
Test point simulator
12
Suspension bellows
13
Relay Emergency Valve (REV)
14
Park valve
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Piping layout – 2M suspension
2M, levelling valve
1
Air supplied from:
TrCM+ or
TEM® or
separate pressure protection valve
2
7
1
3
4
6
2
6
6
1
5
22
21
8
7
41
9
6
6
Note:
EB+ Gen3 should be supplied with clean / dry air.
6
Key
1 Port number
1 Components
Item
Description
1
Air suspension supply
2
Air suspension reservoir
3
Drain valve
4
Pipe filter
5
Levelling valve
6
Suspension bellows
7
Test point
8
EB+ Gen3 assembly
9
Test point simulator
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+
®
Air supplied from TrCM , TEM or separate pressure protection valve
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2M, levelling valve and COLAS®+
1
Air supplied from:
TrCM+ or
TEM® or
separate pressure protection valve
2
7
1
3
4
6
2
6
6
1
5
22
10
1
21
11
21
12
22
8
7
41
9
6
6
Note:
EB+ Gen3 should be supplied with clean / dry air.
6
Key
1 Port number
1 Components
Item
Description
1
Air suspension supply
2
Air suspension reservoir
3
Drain valve
4
Pipe filter
5
Levelling valve
6
Suspension bellows
7
Test point
8
EB+ Gen3 assembly
9
Test point simulator
10
COLAS®+
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2M, COLAS®+ and ILAS®-E
1
Air supplied from:
TrCM+ or
TEM® or
separate pressure protection valve
2
7
3
6
6
6
1
4
2
1
5
22
11
1
10
11
21
22
6
21
21
12
1
22
11
AUX1
7
AUX2
8
41
9
6
6
Note:
EB+ Gen3 should be supplied with clean / dry air.
6
Key
1 Port number
1 Components
Item
Description
1
Air suspension supply
2
Air suspension reservoir
3
Drain valve
4
Pipe filter
5
Levelling valve
6
Suspension bellows
7
Test point
8
EB+ Gen3 assembly
9
Test point simulator
10
COLAS®+
11
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2M, COLAS®+ , height limitation, option 1 preferred (with DCV)
1
2
Air supplied from:
TrCM+ or
TEM® or
separate pressure protection valve
7
3
6
6
6
1
4
2
10
1
5
11
1
21
22
21
11
22
12
12
23
7
12
11
12
AUX1
2
41
9
8
6
6
Note:
EB+ Gen3 should be supplied with clean / dry air.
6
Key
1 Port number
1 Components
Item
Description
Notes
+
®
Air supplied from TrCM , TEM or separate pressure protection valve
1
Air suspension supply
2
Air suspension reservoir
3
Drain valve
4
Pipe filter
5
Levelling valve
6
Suspension bellows
7
Test point
8
EB+ Gen3 assembly
9
Test point simulator
10
COLAS®+
11
Throttle restrictor
Optional upon installation specification
12
Double check valve (DCV)
Optional fitment
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2M, COLAS®+, height limitation - option 2 (without DCV)
1
2
Air supplied from:
TrCM+ or
TEM® or
separate pressure protection valve
7
3
6
6
6
1
4
2
10
1
5
11
1
21
22
21
11
22
12
12
23
7
AUX1
41
9
8
6
6
Note:
EB+ Gen3 should be supplied with clean / dry air.
6
Key
1 Port number
1 Components
Item
Description
1
Air suspension supply
2
Air suspension reservoir
3
Drain valve
4
Pipe filter
5
Levelling valve
6
Suspension bellows
7
Test point
8
EB+ Gen3 assembly
9
Test point simulator
10
COLAS®+
11
Throttle restrictor
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Notes
Air supplied from TrCM+, TEM® or separate pressure protection valve
With height limitation
Optional upon installation specification
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Piping layout – 3M brake
3M, with TrCM+
4
11 12
1
12
11 12
11
23/24/25
AUXs
1-2
2
21
23
4
1
2
4
22
1
41
22
41
11
1
23
2
2
21 21
1
23
2
23
11 12
11 12
Note:
EB+ Gen3 should be supplied with clean / dry air.
1
11
Key
1 Port number
1 Components
Item
Description
Notes
1
Emergency coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
2
Service coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
3
Pipe filter
4
TrCM+
5
Air reservoir - brake
6
Drain valve
7
Test point
8
EB+ Gen3 assembly
9
Spring brake chamber
10
Single diaphragm brake chamber
11
Test point simulator
12
Suspension bellows
13
EB+ Gen3 Slave assembly
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3M, with TEM®
9
9
11 12
11 12
10
4
12
7
1-2
1
11
12
11
23
4
1
4
3
1
22
2
13
1
41
22
2
11
3
1
23
2
5
41
11
1
12
2
21 21
8
23
23
2
7
1
6
7
5
7
11 12
11 12
9
6
11
9
Note:
EB+ Gen3 should be supplied with clean / dry air.
10
Key
1 Port number
1 Components
Item
Description
Notes
1
Emergency coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
2
Service coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
3
Pipe filter
4
TEM®
5
Air reservoir - brake
6
Drain valve
7
Test point
8
EB+ Gen3 assembly
9
Spring brake chamber
10
Single diaphragm brake chamber
11
Test point simulator
12
Suspension bellows
13
EB+ Gen3 Slave assembly
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3M, full trailer with REV and individual park & shunt valves
4
11 12
7
12
11
2
4
4
14
3
1
1
2
2-1
11
8
13
4
41
2
7
12
1
3
1
11
12
2
1
9
10
1
22
23
2
1
21
41
11
2
2
1
23
5
15
7
11
11 12
6
7
12
5
2
10
9
6
Note:
EB+ Gen3 should be supplied with clean / dry air.
Key
1 Port number
1 Components
Item
Description
Notes
1
Emergency coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
2
Service coupling
Combined coupling & filter available
3
Pipe filter
4
Shunt valve
5
Air reservoir - brake
6
Drain valve
7
Test point
8
EB+ Gen3 master assembly
9
Spring brake chamber
10
Single diaphragm brake chamber
11
Test point simulator
12
Suspension bellows
13
EB+ Gen3 Slave assembly
14
Relay Emergency Valve (REV)
15
Park valve
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System layout
The system fitted to your trailer may have 2 or 4 sensors and 2 or 3 modulators (EPRV’s). The variants available
being 2S / 2M, 4S / 2M and 4S / 3M.The system can be powered by the following methods.
ISO 7638 7-pin - Full EBS function fig 1.
ISO 7638 5-pin (no CAN data bus) - ABS + ELS function only fig 2.
ISO 12098 / ISO 1185 (24N) - stop light powering provides ABS function fig 3.
Note:
The ISO 7638 controls a trailer warning device in the driver’s console.
ISO
7638 -7-pin
ISO7638
7 Pin
EBS
EBS
EB+
EB
+
fullEBS
EBSfunction
function
==Full
Fig 21
Fig
ISO
7638 -5-pin
ISO7638
5 Pin
ABS
ABS
EB+
EB+
= =ABS
ABS+ +ELS
ELSFunction
functionOnly
only
No
(noCAN
CANdata
databus
bus)
Fig32
Fig
ISO
12098 // ISO1185
ISO 1185 -(24N)
ISO12098
(24N)
ABS/EBS
ABS / EBS
EB+
EB+
= =On
onfoot
footbrake
brakeapplication
application
ABS
ABSfunction
functiononly
only
Fig43
Fig
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Wiring schematic
ISO 7638
7 core - PVC
5 x 1.5 mm2
2 x 4.0 mm2
ISO 12098 / ISO 1185 (24N)
2 core - PVC
2 x 1.5 mm2
Sensor
2 core - PUR
2 x 0.75 mm2
ISO 7638
ISO 12098 / ISO 1185 (24N)
Diagnostic
4 core - PVC
4 x 0.75 mm2
62
Info Centre or
side of vehicle
connector
Auxiliary
3 core - PVC
3 x 0.75 mm2
(2 cores used)
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ISO 7638 socket assembly
ISO 7638 5-pin
Pin no
Description
Notes
2
Red (RD) 4 mm
2
Black (BK) 1.5 mm2
B+ ign
3
Yellow (YE) 1.5 mm2
B- earth
2
4
2
2
7
6
B- earth
Brown (BN) 4 mm
5
1
B+ batt
1
3
5
4
Lamp
White (W) 1.5 mm
ISO 7638 7-pin
Pin no
Description
Notes
2
B+ batt
1
Red (RD) 4 mm
2
Black (BK) 1.5 mm2
B+ ign
2
3
Yellow (YE) 1.5 mm
B- earth
4
Brown (BN) 4 mm2
B- earth
2
Pin detail and identification key location
Lamp
5
White (W) 1.5 mm
6
White / green (W / GN) 1.5 mm2 CAN hi
7
White / brown (W / BN) 1.5 mm2 CAN lo
57.0
ø 55.0
9.0
ø 8.5
45 º
25.15
24.25
80 min
Min
max
60 Max
min
55 Min
min 60 Min
min
60 Min
50.30
48.70
max
10 Max
120 min
Min
37.45
37.15
74.90
74.30
Clearance dimensions
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Socket mounting dimensions
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Towing vehicle EBS / ABS ISO 7638 wiring
Lamp indicator
25
/ 30 AA
25/30
11
22
16 A
A (*2A)
16
(*2A)
33
44
Amber
Amber
(*red)
(*Red)
Fuse
Fuse
55
6 ** CAN
6**
CANhigh
- High
Truck
EBS
7**
CANlow
- Low
7 ** CAN
Red
Red
**ISOISO7638
7638 - 1996
- 1996
** Not fitted on ISO 7638 - 1995
**Not fitted on ISO7638 - 1985
ISO 7638 7-pin
Pin no
1
2
3
Description
Red (RD) 4 mm2
B+ batt
2
2
2
5
White (W) 1.5 mm2
64
B- earth
Yellow (YE) 1.5 mm
Brown (BN) 4 mm
7
B+ ign
Black (BK) 1.5 mm
4
6
Notes
B- earth
Lamp
2
CAN hi
2
CAN lo
White / green (W / GN) 1.5 mm
White / brown (W / BN) 1.5 mm
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ECU connections - 2M
1
ISO 7638
2
ISO 12098 / ISO 1185 (24N)
3
AUX 1
4
AUX 2
5
AUX 3
6
AUX 4
7
AUX 5
8
Sensor S2B
9
Sensor S1B*
10
DIAGN
11
DIAGN
12
Sensor S1A*
13
Sensor S2A
2
1
EB+ Gen3 2M
3
* minimum requirement for a 2S / 2M system
8
4
9
5
10
6
11
7
12
13
Power up the EB+ ECU. During the self check
procedure the system displays the following functions:
the trailer EBS warning light comes ‘On’ and stays
‘On’. One audible cycle is produced by the EPRV’s (EBS
valves).
At the same time the led on the USB dongle will
illuminate ‘red / green’ to show that is receiving a
power supply from the ECU.
Red / green led
Note:
It is possible to use the DIAG+ software to set the ECU
parameters with only the power supply ISO 7638 and
interconnection cable (Master to Slave ECU) connected.
But diagnostic codes will be logged and will require to
be deleted on the final vehicle installation.
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2 sensors, 2 modulators, 3 AUX, with Info Centre 2
AUX 1
+
COLAS®
AUX 2
ILASE®-E
AUX 5
Pressure sensor
B sensors
ISO 12098 /
ISO 1185 (24N)
A sensors
ISO 7638
DIAG+
interface
Info Centre 2
Sensor S1A
Sensor S1B
Connections shown:
ISO 7638 ISO 12098
D
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D
DIAG
S1A
S1B
D D D
S2A
S2B
AUX 1
D
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4 sensors, 2 modulators, 3 AUX, with Info Centre 2 and TPMS
TPMS
AUX 4
AUX 5
EB+ external stability
accelerometer
NB2
LWS
NB1
ISO12098 /
ISO1185 (24N)
Sensor S1B
B sensors
A sensors
ISO7638
Sensor S1A
DIAG+
Interface
Connections shown:
ISO 7638 ISO 12098
D
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Info Centre 2
Sensor S2A
Sensor S2B
D
NB1 - Lining wear sensor to be fitted in AUX 4 only
NB2 - External stability accelerometer to be fitted in AUX 5 only
DIAG
S1A
S1B
S2A
S2B
AUX 1
D D D D D
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AUX 3
AUX 4
AUX 5
D
D
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ECU connections - 3M
1
ISO 7638
2
3M link cable
3
ISO 12098 / ISO 1185 (24N)
4
AUX 1
5
AUX 2
6
AUX 3
7
AUX 4
8
AUX 5
9
Sensor S2B
10
Sensor S1B
11
DIAGN
12
DIAGN
13
Sensor S1A
14
Sensor S2A
3
2
1
EB+ Gen3 3M
4
9
5
10
6
11
7
12
8
13
14
Full trailer 3M system
Make connection to the Slave ECU using the
interconnecting cable.
It is possible to use the DIAG+ software to set the ECU
parameters with only the power supply ISO 7638 and
interconnection cable (Master to Slave ECU) connected.
But diagnostic codes will be logged and will require to
be deleted on the final vehicle installation.
Note:
The EB+ Gen3 Slave assembly (ECU & valve) is only
supplied as one complete unit that cannot / should not
be separated.
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Interconnecting
cable
Slave ECU
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4 sensors, 3 modulators, 2 AUX, with Info Centre 2
AUX 1
COLAS®+
AUX 2
ILASE®-E
B sensors
ISO12098 /
ISO1185 (24N)
Sensor S1B
A sensors
ISO7638
Sensor S1A
DIAG+
Interface
Info Centre 2
Sensor S2A
Sensor S2B
Connections shown:
ISO 7638 ISO 12098 DIAG
D
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D
S1A
S1B
S2A
S2B
AUX 1 AUX 2 AUX 3 AUX 4 AUX 5
D D D D D
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ECU connectors - slide lock
Slide lock power connectors
Unlock the housing by sliding down lever ‘G’.
G
Make sure slider is in the unlocked position ‘H’.
Ensure contact pins and seal are kept clean and free of
any contamination prior to installation.
N
H
Push in lock slider ‘M’ to secure in place all plugs and
connectors. Do not use extreme force to push in slider.
N
M
Make sure slider is in the lock position ‘N’.
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Make sure that all connectors and blanking plugs are
fully inserted into the ECU slide lock housing.
Warning:
› If difficulty is encountered in locking the slider, check
plug or connector for correct fitment.
› If the white o-ring is visible, the plug is not installed
correctly and slider will not lock into position.
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ISO 7638 (PWR-A)
Trailer chassis
Feed all connectors through the chassis with protective
cap in place to avoid connector sockets being
contaminated.
ø20.0
min
2
1
Remove protective cap from end of connector before
connecting into the ECU.
3
Connections: make sure that all connections (socket
and plug) are clean and dry before assembly.
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PWR-B
Remove the blanking plug from the ‘PWR-A’ position.
3M
PWR-A
Identify orientation of the ISO 7638 blue coloured
connector.
Blue connector
Ensure contact pins and seal are clean and free of any
contamination prior to installation.
In position ‘PWR-A’, on the slide lock housing, insert
connector fully home.
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ISO 12098 / ISO 1185 (24N) (PWR-B)
Trailer chassis
Feed all connectors through the chassis with protective
cap in place to avoid connector sockets being
contaminated.
ø20.0
min
2
1
Remove protective cap from end of connector before
connecting into the ECU.
3
Connections: make sure that all connections (socket
and plug) are clean and dry before assembly.
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PWR-B
Remove the blanking plug from the ‘PWR-B’ position.
3M
PWR-A
Identify orientation of the ISO 12098 / ISO 1185 (24N)
black coloured connector.
Black connector
Ensure contact pins and seal are clean and free of any
contamination prior to installation.
In position ‘PWR-B’, on the slide lock housing, insert
connector fully home.
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3M link cable
Trailer chassis
Feed all connectors through the chassis with protective
cap in place to avoid connector sockets being
contaminated.
ø20.0
min
2
1
Remove protective cap from end of connector before
connecting into the ECU.
3
Connections: make sure that all connections (socket
and plug) are clean and dry before assembly.
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PWR-B
Remove the blanking plug from the ‘3M’ position.
3M
PWR-A
Identify orientation of the 3M link cable yellow
coloured connector.
Yellow connector
Ensure contact pins and seal are clean and free of any
contamination prior to installation.
In position ‘3M’, on the slide lock housing, insert
connector fully home.
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ECU connectors – sensor & AUX
The ECU is supplied with blanking plugs in positions
indicated. These require to be removed to allow
fitment of additional sensors or permitted ancillary
equipment.
Example - AUX 1 connection
Identify the AUX 1 position on the front face of the
ECU.
Blanking
plugs
AUX 1
connection
Locate the locking tag ‘O’ position.
O
With a tool ‘P’ having a flat end of Ø3-2 mm insert
and press in locking tab of plug. While depressed pull
out plug from housing.
ECU
ECU
Ø 3.0
2.0
P
Identify orientation:
ECU
› Sensor black body connector
› Auxiliary blue body connector
› Diagnostic black body connector
Ensure contact pins and seal are kept clean and free
of any contamination prior to installation. Insert fully
home.
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Sensor connector
Identification tags are incorporated on either side of
the sensor / ECU connector.
These must be removed to identify the appropriate
sensor before connecting into the ECU.
Example
sensor 1B
ECU
Tags removed
identification 1 2 3 4 A B P 5
Component
S1A
Sensor 1A
S1B
Sensor 1B
S2A
Sensor 2A
S2B
Sensor 2B
Black
front case
Auxiliary connector
Identification tags are incorporated on either side of
the auxiliary connector. These must be removed to
identify the appropriate usage before connecting into
the ECU.
Example
COLAS®
Blue
front case
ECU
Tags removed
identification 1 2 3 4 A B P 5
Component
AUX 1
COLAS®
AUX 2
ILAS®-E
AUX 3
Warning lamp
AUX 4
LWS
AUX 5
Stability
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ECU connector identification
AUX 1
AUX 2 & 3
AUX 4
AUX 5
COLAS®
COLAS®
Lining wear sensor
Lateral accelerometer
Retarder
Retarder
General purpose input
General purpose input
Trailer lamp
Trailer lamp
Control line sensor
Control line sensor
ILAS®-E front
ILAS®-E front
Soft Docking
Soft Docking
Mechanical height
sensor
Mechanical height
sensor
Mechanical height
sensor remote
Mechanical height
sensor remote
External pressure sensor
External pressure sensor
®
®
ILAS -E rear
ILAS -E rear
AUX power
AUX power
Steer axle lock
Steer axle lock
Service lamp
Service lamp
Overload lamp
Overload lamp
Remote overload lamp
Remote overload lamp
Stability lamp
Stability lamp
General purpose output
ILAS®-E front manual
TA+
ILAS®-E rear manual
General purpose output
Info Point
®
Info Point / COLAS
TA+
Speed lock
Speed lock
TPMS lamp
TPMS lamp
ISO 12098 /
ISO 1185 (24N)
Sensor S1B
ISO 7638
Sensor S1A
DIAG+
Interface
Info Centre 2
Sensor S2B
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Auxiliary operation
Auxiliary functions are dependant on the installed EBS
product.
Gen3
823 008 xxx
823 034 xxx
STD
S AUX
P AUX
D
D
D
D
D
Standard AUX (STD)
Connections: 3 outputs + 2 inputs. EB+ includes by default 5 auxiliary ports for various surrounding functions. 3
of these auxiliaries are digital, 2 are analogue inputs. These amount of inputs and outputs are sufficient for most
commonly used standard trailer applications. For example ILAS®-E (= lift axle control) and COLAS® (= return to
ride height) digital AUX are required, whereas for LWI (= lining wear indicator) and Soft Docking (= ramp approach
system) analogue inputs are needed. In case of malfunction (short circuit / open circuit) the EB+ system generates
a DTC code and the service lamp will be triggered after start up.
The Standard AUX has 5 x AUX connectors that can be
configured using DIAG+.
AUX 1 - B+ voltage switched output
AUX 2 - B+ voltage switched output and monitor input
AUX 3 - B+ voltage switched output and monitor input
AUX 4 - analogue input
AUX 5 - analogue input
Note colour
Programming Standard AUX using DIAG+ V6
The AUX configuration screen shows the various
auxiliary connections that can be used.
AUX 1
AUX 2
red only
AUX 3
red only
AUX 4
AUX 5
Clicking on the drop down arrow displays a list of
options that can be selected on that auxiliary.
Error message: an error message will be displayed if an
auxiliary configuration is created and sent to an ECU
that does not support that function.
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Super AUX (S AUX)
The Super AUX connection was developed as there are
a number of applications where trigger signals from
the truck and trailer are required.
Connections via Power B (black connector)
› 1 x 24N power supply (2 pins)
› 3 x inputs (i.e. A, B and C) and 24 V signal (4 pins)
Already with EB+ Gen1 Haldex introduced a ‘Power B’ socket for backup power supply by stop light ISO 12098
/ ISO1185 (24N). This link to the lighting system has been extended by the introduction of the ‘Super AUX’. The
connector includes an additional three digital inputs and 24 V signal supply (only use the 24 V signal supply for
the Super AUX control switches). The control inputs can be linked to any auxiliary feature and this allows very
sophisticated applications to be realised in a very simple manner. Some examples for controllable auxiliary features
are ‘traction support’ and / or ‘steer axle lock’ and / or ‘EBD’ (=Electric Brake Demand). Backup power is always
available by default.
Auxiliary connection cables: to use the full auxiliary
functionality of “Super AUX”, the following cable can
be used.
Note colour
814 002 3xx series
Programming Super AUX using DIAG+ V6
The "AUX configuration" screen shows the various
auxiliary connections that can be used.
AUX 1
AUX 2
AUX 3
AUX 4
AUX 5
Super AUX
Red only
Red only
Clicking on the drop down arrow displays a list of
options that can be selected on that auxiliary.
Configuring Super AUX
Click on the
AUX inputs.
button to configure the Super
Super AUX option
is selected
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Custom Super AUX input screen
Inputs A, B and C can now be configured using the
drop down boxes.
Drop down boxes used to configure the input signals.
door
Inputs A, B and C can also be renamed to there
intended activation input (e.g. door).
The required input combination can be achieved by
using the drop down boxes for:
1
2
3
The input signal (e.g. door)
The activation level (i.e. high or low)
The action (i.e OR & AND).
1
3
A combined summary input statement is shown in the
window at the bottom of the screen.
Speed qualifier
A speed signal can also be added to the final 'input
statement' by using the 'speed qualifier' drop down
box options.
Always
<=
>
Summary statement
No speed signal referenced
Less than and equal to selected km / h
Greater than selected km / h
Click on the
modifications.
button to cancel with no
Click on the
modifications.
button to exit and keep the
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Premium AUX (P AUX)
Premium AUX allows the user to program two totally
independent outputs on both AUX 2 and AUX 3. It is
only available with the Premium ECU (as shown).
The Premium system provides five instead of three outputs (AUX 2 and 3 are capable to operate two separate
functions). An example for an extended application could be ILAS®-E front including TA+ on AUX 2, steer axle
lock on AUX 3 and COLAS® RtR on AUX 1. The twin outputs of AUX 2 and AUX 3 are colour coded red and
yellow within the DIAG+ software. These colours then match the twin identifiers of the cables below.
Auxiliary connection cables
To use the full auxiliary twin functionality of the
“Premium AUX” product, the following cables can be
used.
814 028 xxx series
814 012 2xx series
814 039 001
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Programming Premium AUX using DIAG+ V6
Programming of AUX 2 and AUX 3 on Premium AUX is
only possible using DIAG+ V6 or later.
Note colour
The 'AUX configuration' screen shows the various
auxiliary connections that can be used.
AUX 1
AUX 2
Red
AUX 2
Yellow
AUX 3
Red
AUX 3
Yellow
AUX 4
AUX 5
Super AUX
Clicking on the drop down arrow displays a list of
options that can be selected on that auxiliary.
Premium AUX example
AUX 2 (red AUX)
AUX 2 (yellow AUX)
AUX 3 (red AUX)
AUX 3 (yellow AUX)
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Wiring diagram - Gen3 2M
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Wiring diagram - Gen3 3M
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Pos. Qty. Description
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
Example Only
Colas® RtR
Air suspension
Return to ride height
RD
(+)
5
Part No.
Customer
1
Pos. Qty. Description
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
1 AUX Cable 7m DIN
4
1 24N Cable 6m
1 ISO 7638 Cable 12m
3
1 EB+ Modulator
2
1
2 Sensor Cable 3m
2
814 012 201
814 002 222
814 003 102
823 008 001
814 004 401
Part No.
1
-
Customer
Name:
06.09.12 Schering
Date
AUX3001.00
Drawing:
COLAS
Title:
Power ISO 7638
3
Checked
Date
4
Name:
8
7
4
Replacement for:
Light System / ISO 12098
4 – Ground (B-)
7 – Stop Light
8 – Reverse Light
9 – Supply (B+)
10 – Wear Control (free)
11 – Trailer Brake Control
12 – Traction Assist
14 – no allocation
15 – no allocation
9
RD WH
15 14 12 11 10
Backup Power
(Option)
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System drawing layout - COLAS®
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22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
Example Only
Colas® RtR
Air suspension
Return to ride height
RD
(+)
5
Part No.
BK
(-)
Customer
ILAS-E Front
RD
(+)
1
6
Pos. Qty. Description
11
10
9
8
7
6
1 AUX Cable 1m DIN
5
1 AUX Cable 7m DIN
4
1 24N Cable 6m
1 ISO 7638 Cable 12m
3
1 EB+ Modulator
2
1
2 Sensor Cable 3m
2
814 012 221
814 012 201
814 002 222
814 003 102
823 008 001
814 004 401
Part No.
1
-
Customer
Name:
06.09.12 Schering
Date
AUX3002.00
Drawing:
ILAS-E Front
Title:
Power ISO 7638
3
Checked
Date
4
Name:
8
7
4
Replacement for:
Light System / ISO 12098
4 – Ground (B-)
7 – Stop Light
8 – Reverse Light
9 – Supply (B+)
10 – Wear Control (free)
11 – Trailer Brake Control
12 – Traction Assist
14 – no allocation
15 – no allocation
9
RD WH
15 14 12 11 10
Backup Power
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System drawing layout - ILAS®-E front
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22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
Example Only
Colas® RtR
Air suspension
Return to ride height
RD
(+)
5
Part No.
BK
(-)
Customer
ILAS-E Front
RD
(+)
1
6
Pos. Qty. Description
11
10
9
8
7
1 Switch / Cable 7m
6
1 AUX Cable 1m DIN
5
1 AUX Cable 7m DIN
4
1 24N Cable 6m
1 ISO 7638 Cable 12m
3
1 EB+ Modulator
2
1
2 Sensor Cable 3m
2
815 040 001
814 012 221
814 012 201
814 002 222
814 003 102
823 008 001
814 004 401
Part No.
1
-
7
Customer
YE
4
Backup Power
(Option)
Name:
06.09.12 Schering
Date
AUX3003.00
Drawing:
ILAS-E Front *
Title:
Checked
Date
Name:
8
7
4
Light System / ISO 12098
4 – Ground (B-)
7 – Stop Light
8 – Reverse Light
9 – Supply (B+)
10 – Wear Control (free)
11 – Trailer Brake Control
12 – Traction Assist
14 – no allocation
15 – no allocation
9
RD WH
15 14 12 11 10
Replacement for:
*) ILAS-E using side of vehicle switch via GPI
Signal < 5 s = Traction Assist
Signal > 5 s = Lift axle OFF
RD
Power ISO 7638
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System drawing layout - ILAS®-E front
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Pos. Qty. Description
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
Example Only
Colas® RtR
Air suspension
Return to ride height
RD
(+)
5
Part No.
BK
(-)
Customer
ILAS-E Front
RD
(+)
1
6
Pos. Qty. Description
11
10
9
8
7
6
1 AUX Cable 1m DIN
5
1 AUX Cable 7m DIN
4
1 SAUX Cable 6m
1 ISO 7638 Cable 12m
3
1 EB+ Modulator
2
1
2 Sensor Cable 3m
2
814 012 221
814 012 201
814 002 301
814 003 102
823 008 001
814 004 401
Part No.
1
-
Customer
4
Name:
06.09.12 Schering
Date
AUX3004.00
Drawing:
ILAS-E Front *
Title:
Checked
Date
Name:
9
8
7
Light System / ISO 12098
4 – Ground (B-)
7 – Stop Light
8 – Reverse Light
9 – Supply (B+)
10 – Wear Control (free)
11 – Trailer Brake Control
12 – Traction Assist
14 – no allocation
15 – no allocation
15 14 12 11 10
4
Super Aux
WH – Ground (B-)
RD – Stop Light
YE – Input A
BN – Input B
GN – Input C
BK – Output 24V
YE BN GN BK RD WH
Replacement for:
*) ILAS-E using switch in cab via Super Aux
Power ISO 7638
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22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
Example Only
Colas® RtR
Air suspension
Return to ride height
RD
(+)
5
Part No.
Customer
ILAS-E Front
RD
(+)
BK
(-)
1
6
Pos. Qty. Description
11
10
9
8
7
1 Switch / Cable 7m
6
1 AUX Cable 1m DIN
5
1 AUX Cable 7m DIN
4
1 SAUX Cable 6m
1 ISO 7638 Cable 12m
3
1 EB+ Modulator
2
1
2 Sensor Cable 3m
2
815 040 001
814 012 221
814 012 201
814 002 301
814 003 102
823 008 001
814 004 401
Part No.
1
-
Customer
YE
7
4
Name:
06.09.12 Schering
Date
AUX3005.00
Drawing:
ILAS-E Front *
Title:
Checked
Date
Name:
9
8
7
Light System / ISO 12098
4 – Ground (B-)
7 – Stop Light
8 – Reverse Light
9 – Supply (B+)
10 – Wear Control (free)
11 – Trailer Brake Control
12 – Traction Assist
14 – no allocation
15 – no allocation
15 14 12 11 10
4
Super Aux
WH – Ground (B-)
RD – Stop Light
YE – Input A
BN – Input B
GN – Input C
BK – Output 24V
YE BN GN BK RD WH
Replacement for:
*) ILAS-E using side of vehicle and cab switch
Signal < 5 s = Traction Assist
Signal > 5 s = Lift axle OFF
RD
Power ISO 7638
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System drawing layout - ILAS®-E front
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21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
Example Only
Air suspension
Return to ride height
Colas® RtR
RD
(+)
5
Part No.
BK
(-)
Customer
ILAS-E Front
RD
(+)
1
6
3
1
RD
(+)
Steer axle
locking device
2
BK
(-)
6
1
YE
7
Signal < 5 s = Traction Assist
Signal > 5 s = Lift axle OFF
RD
4
Pos. Qty. Description
11
10
9
8
7
1 Switch / Cable 7m
6
2 AUX Cable 1m DIN
5
1 AUX Cable 7m DIN
4
1 SAUX Cable 6m
1 ISO 7638 Cable 12m
3
1 EB+ Modulator
2
1
2 Sensor Cable 3m
815 040 001
814 012 221
814 012 201
814 002 301
814 003 102
823 008 001
814 004 401
Part No.
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Customer
Name:
06.09.12 Schering
Date
AUX3009.00
Drawing:
Checked
Steer Axle Lock * (2S/2M **)
Title:
Date
Name:
**) 4S/3M recommended by Haldex
*) ILAS-E using side of vehicle and cab switch / Steer axle lock using reverse light
Lock
2
Power ISO 7638
3
9
8
7
4
Replacement for:
Light System / ISO 12098
4 – Ground (B-)
7 – Stop Light
8 – Reverse Light
9 – Supply (B+)
10 – Wear Control (free)
11 – Trailer Brake Control
12 – Traction Assist
14 – no allocation
15 – no allocation
15 14 12 11 10
YE BN GN BK RD WH
Super Aux
WH – Ground (B-)
RD – Stop Light
YE – Input A
BN – Input B
GN – Input C
BK – Output 24V
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21
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19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
Example Only
Colas® RtR
Air suspension
Return to ride height
RD
(+)
5
Part No.
BK
(-)
Customer
ILAS-E Front
RD
(+)
6
2
RD
(+)
3
1
Steer axle
lock device
BK
(-)
YE
4
7
Signal < 5 s = Traction Assist
Signal > 5 s = Lift axle OFF
RD
9
Pos. Qty. Description
11
1 Gen3 Slave Valve
10
1 Gen3 Link Cable 5m
9
2 Sensor Cable 6m
8
7
1 Switch / Cable 7m
6
2 AUX Cable 1m DIN
5
1 AUX Cable 7m DIN
4
1 SAUX Cable 6m
1 ISO 7638 Cable 12m
3
1 EB+ Modulator
2
1
2 Sensor Cable 3m
810 023 001
814 041 021
814 004 411
815 040 001
814 012 221
814 012 201
814 002 301
814 003 102
823 034 001
814 004 401
Part No.
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Customer
Name:
06.09.12 Schering
Date
AUX4001.00
Drawing:
Checked
Steer Axle Lock * (4S/3M)
Title:
Date
Name:
*) ILAS-E using side of vehicle and cab switch / Steer axle lock using reverse light
Lock
1
1
6
8
8
2
Power ISO 7638
3
Super Aux
WH – Ground (B-)
RD – Stop Light
YE – Input A
BN – Input B
GN – Input C
BK – Output 24V
9
8
7
4
Replacement for:
Light System / ISO 12098
4 – Ground (B-)
7 – Stop Light
8 – Reverse Light
9 – Supply (B+)
10 – Wear Control (free)
11 – Trailer Brake Control
12 – Traction Assist
14 – no allocation
15 – no allocation
15 14 12 11 10
YE BN GN BK RD WH
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Painting
Masked areas
In the event of paint or coating work all none used
connections, pneumatic ports and exhausts must be
protected. These are indicated by the yellow shaded
areas as shown. Adequate protection should be
used to avoid penetration of the paint or coating. All
electrical ports to have connectors / blanking plugs
installed. Exhaust ports and connectors / locking areas
to be masked during painting.
Mounting face
Painting recommendations: water based, baking for
1 hour @ 100oC
Underside
Electro static painting: Haldex recommends that the
EB+ Gen3 assembly is fitted to the trailer after electro
static painting.
Front face
Left side
Right side
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ADR Installations
Introduction
Vehicles equipped to transport hazardous goods or
explosive substances are required to have electrical
systems with specified levels of safety and protection.
These requirements are defined in the European
Agreement on international transport of dangerous
goods by road (ADR).
ADR / GGVS: ---/----/--
The ADR requirements apply to the following classes of
dangerous load carrying vehicles: EX / II, EX / III, FL, OX
and AT.
The following key points should be observed on
hazardous goods / ADR trailer installations.
Trailer plate
The print out of the load plate from the DIAG+
program must have the ADR / GGVS certificate number
as indicated.
Stop-lamp back-up power supply
The back-up power supply is connected using the ISO
12098 connector.
Cable routes
Sensor cable route should not be installed to brake air
pipes. Do not run sensor leads in spiral wrapping on
hoses. Cable should be securely fastened to prevent
abrasion and positioned to protect against mechanical
and thermal stress. It is recommended that the cables
are run in trunking or secured at no less than 300 mm
intervals.
Note:
All cables should run ‘up to’ ECU connections.
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Junction box
Any wiring required to a junction box (for brake lamp
power supply) must be fully approved for use on an
ADR vehicle.
The cable length from the junction box to the
ISO 12098 connector must not exceed 4 metres.
4m max
Auxiliary connections
Screw + ‘O’ ring seal
It is the installers responsibility to ensure that with any
auxiliary component fitted, the connector and cable
must be sealed in accordance with ADR requirements.
Cable seal
Connector seal
Towing vehicles
Towing vehicles in categories EX / III and FL must have
a battery master switch fitted so that all electrical loads
including the trailer, are connected to the non-battery
side of the master switch.
DIN connector
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Programming
To complete the EB+ installation the ECU must be programmed using DIAG+ software version 6 or later (Refer to
DIAG+ User Guide 000 300 019 for further information)
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System diagnostics
Alternative postions
An important feature of the EB+ Gen3 system is that
it provides an extensive on board diagnostic capability.
The system displays a range of codes, which allow
rapid diagnosis of the problem should one occur.
Diagnostic communication is in accordance with ISO
15765 protocol and is accessed by either the ISO 7638
7-pin connector which uses pin 6 and 7 as a CAN data
bus using ISO interface assembly (815 018 001), or
optional side-of-vehicle connector, or directly to ECU.
Any suitable device connected to this CAN data bus
may read diagnostic information.
PC Interface
PC Interface
An Info Centre 2 can be connected permanently to the
ECU’s diagnostic ‘DIAG’ connection. While the ECU is
powered, information is transferred to the Info Centre’s
memory, which can be recalled. Power is supplied from
the vehicle system via the ECU diagnostics connector.
ISO Interface assembly
For further information refer to the Info Centre 2 user
guide (006 300 001).
Information
Connect to ECU
directly or via
side-of-vehicle
connector
› Read diagnostic trouble code (DTC)
› Clear DTC
› Configuration
› ECU software version number
Diagnsotic
connection
‘DIAG’ on ECU
› ECU serial number
PC Interface
› Vehicle ident number (VIN)
› Manufacturer OEM
› Info Centre 2 software version number
Distance
› Odometer - total distance
› Trip distance (1st and 2nd)
› Service distance
› Wheel scale factor
› Clock (time and date)
› Clear trip 1 and 2
Alternatively - directly connected to
ECU or side-of-vehicle connection
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Changes
› Service distance
› Service interval
› Wheel scale factor
› Clock (time and date)
› Options - on / off (parameter updating / backlight)
› Password (pin number)
› Unlock Info Centre 2 (pin number unknown)
Testing
› Load
› Wheels (sensor / cabling check)
› Pressure
› Plate (load plate data)
› Auxiliaries
› Brake test
› Lining wear indication
A Haldex pc based program DIAG+ may be used for more advanced diagnosis. This also allows configuration with
system parameters to be entered and an end-of-line test to be carried out.
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Warning device
The warning device function depends on the ISO 7638
power supply used:
Lamp indicator
A warning device located on the driver’s console of the
towing vehicle is operated from the ISO 7638 power
cable only when the EB+ Gen3 is powered by the
ignition switch.
If a dedicated power source is unavailable to the
EB+ Gen3 from the ISO 7638 connector then system
integrity will not be indicated by the cab mounted
warning device.
As an option to the cab warning device a trailer
mounted warning lamp may be provided as an
auxiliary function. This lamp mimics the signal to the
cab warning device but will only function if the
ISO 7638 power is connected.
The signal produced by the trailer warning lamp may
be different to that produced by the cab device due to
possible modification of the cab device by the towing
vehicle.
2 sec.
ON
OFF
Option A
On for
2 seconds
Warning device OK and system selfchecking
Off
System self-checked (not sensors)
A trailer-mounted warning lamp is not allowed in some
countries
2 sec.
System check procedure
2 sec.
@ 10 km/h
ON
1. On power up of the system, the warning device
must indicate one of the following sequences in order
to show a fault free system:
OFF
Option ‘A’
Option B
Option ‘B’
On for
2 seconds
Warning device OK and system selfchecking
Off for
2 seconds
System self-checked and preparing
to check sensors
On until
moving
System waiting for vehicle to move
above 10 km/h in order to check
that sensors are working
Off
Once the vehicle is moving above
10 km/h and the warning device
clears, the electronic system is fully
checked
2. During the self-check procedure, the system cycles
the EPRV’s. With foot brake applied one exhaust of air
from each EPRV will be audible.
Once these two checks are made with correct results,
no further checks are required.
If the results are not satisfactory, Haldex DIAG+ or EB+
Info Centre should be used to establish the diagnosis.
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Power up modes
The EB+ Gen3 system has two power up modes to aid in system testing. With switching the Ignition ‘On’
(B+ applied) the following occurs:
With no yellow line pneumatic pressure (i.e. brakes ‘Off’).
The system adopts load sensing mode when the brakes are applied. This load sensing mode is limited to 2
minutes for any single brake application, after which it returns to a push-through condition (approx 1:1).
The push-through condition is cancelled on vehicle movement above 10 km / h returning the system to load
sensing operation.
With yellow line pneumatic pressure (i.e. Brakes ‘On’, park on air).
Apply foot brake, switch Ignition ‘On’.
The system adopts a push-through (approx 1:1) condition. When the brakes are released and re-applied the
system remains in push-through unless the brakes are released for longer than 2 minutes, after which it returns to
load sensing operation.
This condition is cancelled on vehicle movement above 10 km / h returning the system to load sensing operation.
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Supply switch test box circuit diagram
Circuit
Circuit
breaker
breaker
Warning
Warning lamp
lamp
switch
switch
Warning lamp
Warning lamp
24V
2.8W
24 V 2.8 W
B+
B+
ISO
ISO7638
7638
(B+P)
(B+P)
Pin 5
5
Pin
ISO 7638
ISO7638
switch (B+ ign
Switch (B+ Ign)
Pin 1
1
Pin
+
+
Pin 2
2
Pin
8-32volts
volts
8-32
ISO7638
ISO 7638
ABS
ABS connector
Connector
Pin 3
3
Pin
-ISO 12098 /
ISOISO12098
1185 (24N) /
ISO1185
switch (B+I)(24N)
Pin 4
4
Pin
Switch (B+I)
Pin44
Pin
BB-
Pin11
Pin
ISO12098
/ /
ISO 12098
ISO 1185
(24N)
ISO1185
(24N)
connector
Connector
To ensure correct operation of the
To‘Supply
ensure correct
operation
of thethe
‘supply
test box’ the
switch
test box’
B- switch
connection
B- connection must be connected to the trailer chassis.
must be connected to the trailer chassis.
Mains power supply circuit diagram
33A
A fuse
fuse
25 ABridge
bridge
25A
rectifier
rectifier
A
A
110 V
110V
or
or V ac
240
+ 24 V
+24V
BB
++
--
++
240V AC
at 2A ripple current
CC
D
D
44capacitors
capacitors
10, 000 uF
10,000
uF
each 40 V dc
each
40Vcurrent
DC
at
2 A ripple
200VA
200 VA
2020sec
sec
Connect A to C and B to D for 110 V operation
Connect A to C and B to D for 110V
Connect B to C for 240 V operation
0V
0V
operation
Connect B to C for 240V operation
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Multimeter readings
Sensor connector
A
Earth continuity
B
0
RED (+)
RED (+)
COLAS® DIN connector
BLACK (-)
ILAS®-E connector
BLACK (-)
COLAS® connector
5:
ILAS®-E Din connector
B (+)
Output
B (+)
Output
A (-)
Common
Checking position
Measure between
A (-)
Common
Correct value
Remarks
Sensor output
AB
0.2 AC Min
Sensor 1A, 1B or 2A, 2B
Sensor disconnected from ECU
Wheel rotated at 1 rev / 2 sec.
Sensor resistance
AB
1.0 < AB < 2.4 K :
Sensor 1A, 1B or 2A, 2B
Sensor disconnected from ECU
Earth continuity resistance
ECU / EPRV
Bracket and chassis
0:
0<R<5:
COLAS®
+-
180 < R < 215 :
Cable disconnected
+-
180 < R < 215 :
Cable disconnected
®
ILAS -E solenoid resistance
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Diagnostic trouble codes (DTC)
If a diagnostic trouble code displayed is not listed here, check for intermittent sensor and wiring faults.
Info Centre 1 displayed DTC
ECU TIME OUT or NO LINK
Possible causes
No supply on ignition switched line.
Truck fuse blown, EB+ Gen3 Info Centre or cable fault., open circuit B - ISO 7638
not connected
Sensor group
S1A CONT
1A sensor / wiring open or short circuit
S1B CONT
1B sensor / wiring open or short circuit
S2A CONT
2A sensor / wiring open or short circuit
S2B CONT
2B sensor / wiring open or short circuit
Intermittent low sensor output
group
S1A SIGNAL
1A sensor signal fault
S1B SIGNAL
1B sensor signal fault
S2A SIGNAL
2A sensor signal fault
S2B SIGNAL
2B sensor signal fault
Loose sensor, connection, bracket or exciter. Damaged exciter. Maladjusted sensor
or worn sensor cable insulation.
Low sensor output group
S1A OUTPUT
1A sensor signal fault
S1B OUTPUT
1B sensor signal fault
S2A OUTPUT
2A sensor signal fault
S2B OUTPUT
2B sensor signal fault
Sensor worn, maladjusted sensor, wiring open or short circuit.
Reservoir pressure transducer group
RESR SC
Reservoir pressure transducer short circuit
RESR OC
Reservoir pressure transducer open circuit
Lateral accelerometer
LAT ACC OC
Lateral accelerometer wiring open circuit
LAT ACC SC
Lateral accelerometer wiring short circuit
LAT ACC SIGNAL
Lateral accelerometer signal fault
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Info Centre 1 displayed DTC
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Possible causes
EPRV 21 hold and dump solenoid
group
EPRV 21 HOLD SC
Modulator 21 hold solenoid short circuit
EPRV 21 DUMP SC
Modulator 21 dump solenoid short circuit
EPRV 21 HOLD OC
Modulator 21 hold solenoid open circuit
EPRV 21 DUMP OC
Modulator 21 dump solenoid open circuit
EPRV 21 HOLD SC DRIVE
Modulator 21 hold solenoid short circuit permanently energised
EPRV 21 DUMP SC DRIVE
Modulator 21 dump solenoid short circuit permanently energised
EPRV 21 HOLD UNSPEC
Modulator 21 hold solenoid control circuit fault
EPRV 21 DUMP UNSPEC
Modulator 21 dump solenoid control circuit fault
One wheel with slow recovery group
EPRV 21 SLOW REC
Slow recovery of one wheel of modulator 21
EPRV 22 SLOW REC
Slow recovery of one wheel of modulator 22
Slow brake release, foundation brake mechanical faults, dry bearings,
broken spring, restricted piping. Check for kinks and blockages etc.
Incorrect piping, wiring. Modulator fault. Sensor wiring crossed across an
axle
EPRV 22 hold and dump solenoid
group
EPRV 22 HOLD SC
Modulator 22 hold solenoid short circuit
EPRV 22 DUMP SC
Modulator 22 dump solenoid short circuit
EPRV 22 HOLD OC
Modulator 22 hold solenoid open circuit
EPRV 22 DUMP OC
Modulator 22 dump solenoid open circuit
EPRV 22 HOLD SC DRIVE
Modulator 22 hold solenoid short circuit permanently energised
EPRV 22 DUMP SC DRIVE
Modulator 22 dump solenoid short circuit permanently energised
EPRV 22 HOLD UNSPEC
Modulator 22 hold solenoid control circuit fault
EPRV 22 DUMP UNSPEC
Modulator 22 dump solenoid control circuit fault
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Info Centre 1 displayed DTC
Possible causes
Delivery pressure transducer group
EPRV 21 DEL SC
Modulator 21 delivery pressure transducer short circuit
EPRV 21 DEL OC
Modulator 21 delivery pressure transducer open circuit
EPRV 22 DEL SC
Modulator 22 delivery pressure transducer short circuit
EPRV 22 DEL OC
Modulator 22 delivery pressure transducer open circuit
Demand pressure transducer group
DEMAND SC
Service line pressure transducer short circuit
DEMAND OC
Service line pressure transducer open circuit
Suspension pressure transducer group
SUSP SC
Suspension pressure transducer short circuit
SUSP OC
Suspension pressure transducer open circuit
SUSP OUT OF RANGE
Suspension pressure values outside operating range
Pressure switch group
REV SWITCH SC
Relay emergency valve pressure switch short circuit
REV SWITCH OC
Relay emergency valve pressure switch open circuit
REV SWITCH PNEUMATIC
Relay emergency valve pressure switch pneumatic fault
REV SWITCH SIGNAL
Relay emergency valve pressure switch failed to activate
Supply voltage group
PWR ISO 7638 FAIL
Power loss on pin 1 or 2 (ISO 7638)
PWR LO VOLT
Supply voltage at ECU less than 8 V when brake apply solenoid
energised
PWR HI VOLT
Supply voltage at the ECU greater than 32 V
PWR UNSPEC
Internal ECU fault
Lining wear group
BRAKE PADS
Lining wear wiring open circuit
Brake apply solenoid group
BRK APPLY SC
Brake apply solenoid short circuit
BRK APPLY OC
Brake apply solenoid open circuit
BRK APPLY SC DRIVE
Brake apply solenoid short circuit permanently energised
BRK APPLY UNSPEC
Brake apply solenoid short circuit
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Info Centre 1 displayed DTC
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Possible causes
Auxiliary components group
AUX1
Auxiliary 1 system / wiring open or short circuit
AUX2
Auxiliary 2 system / wiring open or short circuit
AUX3
Auxiliary 3 system / wiring open or short circuit
AUX4
Auxiliary 4 system / wiring open or short circuit
AUX5
Auxiliary 5 system / wiring open or short circuit
Slave valve group
SLAVE VALVE SENSOR
Pressure transducers open or short circuit
SLAVE VALVE MODULATOR
Hold, dump or brake apply solenoid open or short circuit
SLAVE VALVE CABLE
Link cable open or short circuit
SLAVE VALVE SLOW REC
Slow recovery of one wheel slave valve
SLAVE SUSP LOW
Suspension pressure values outside operating range
ISO 11992 (CAN) electrical signal
group
PNEUMATIC DEMAND LOSS
No corresponding pneumatic demand pressure
TOWED CAN DEMAND LOSS
CAN line (pin 6 and 7 on ISO 7638) fault
TOWED CAN CONTROL LOSS
CAN line (pin 6 and 7 on ISO 7638) data fault
ECU group
ECU EE ERR
Internal ECU fault or ECU not programmed
ECU PARAM ERR
Internal ECU fault or ECU not programmed
ECU EE UNSPEC
Internal ECU fault or ECU not programmed
Note:
If a DTC is displayed and after following recommended procedure, as detailed in the service manual, no fault is
found, the ECU should be replaced.
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Displays the distance (Miles or km) until the
next service.
Displays the number of days until the next
service.
Service (km)
Service (Days)
Shows a graphic display of the EB+
configuration.
Displays the VIN from the EB+
Displays the EB+ software version
Displays the EB+ serial number
Displays the Info Centre version
The Fleet+ PC program enables the
operator to view trailer information.
The Info Centre extracts summary data to
provide an understanding of recorded events.
Configuration
VIN
ECU Version
Fleet+ Data
Displays the EB+ load plate info.
Displays the mileage recorded by the EB+
since trip 2 was last reset.
Trip 2 Data
Trailer
Load Plate
Displays the mileage recorded by the EB+
since trip 1 was last reset.
Displays the mileage that is stored in the EB+.
It can be configured to display in miles or km.
The tyre pressure monitoring system
constantly measures the air pressure and
temperature in the trailer tyres.
Used to reset the lining wear status indicator
following the replacement of the brake
linings.
Displays the brake lining wear status (OK or
service) of the trailer.
Displays the reason for the flashing Info
Centre service LED.
Displays the reason for the flashing trailer
warning lamp.
Clears all DTCs from the EB+
Displays up to 8 stored DTCs
Displays up to 8 active DTCs
Trip 1 Data
Distance
Odometer Data
Tyre Pressure
Tyre Pressure
LWI Reset
Lining Wear
Lining wear
LED Flashing
DTC
Active
Stored
Clear
Service Lamp
The information menu displays data from the EBS.
Information
This menu is used to switch ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ the
EB+ load sensing function.
This menu is used to switch ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ the
EB+ auxiliary functions.
For more detailed information refer to the “Info Centre 2
Operators Guide” (reference no. 006 300 001) available
from www.haldex.com
Brake Test
Aux Test
Displays the current trailer wheel speeds.
Displays the EBS air pressures.
Air Pressure
Wheels
Displays the angle of the trailer in degrees as
read from the EBS.
Displays the current trailer load.
Tilt Angle
Load
The Test menu displays data and operates some of the
auxiliary functions of the EBS.
Test
Display
Used to configure the action of the Service LED
when the Info Centre is battery powered.
Used to set the tilt angle before the Service
LED flashes.
Tilt Angle
Used to configure the action of the Service LED
when the Info Centre is powered by the EBS.
swap over wheel sensors (WUS)
LED Flash Batt
LED Settings
LED Flash B+
Displays a complete list of configured wheels
and sensor ID’s and allows the operator to
Use this menu to adjust the LCD screen
contrast.
Self test function for the Info Centre display.
Contrast
TPMS ID
Use to select metric or imperial units for the
Info Centre.
Used to set the 24hr clock time.
Units
Time
The time and date stored in the Info Centre is
used to record the time and date at which EB+
faults occur.
Allows the user to set the date format.
Date Format
Date
Displays the EB+ wheel scale and sensor teeth
settings.
Use this menu to unlock the Info Centre via a
valid PIN.
Unlock
Wheel Scale
A PIN is used to protect a number of the Info
Centre menus.
This menu allows the user to choose Info
Centre functions to be displayed at start up,
before the main menu.
The Info Centre 2 has multiple languages.
Used for resetting the EB+ service indicator.
Note: The amended duration will be the
internally stored service interval.
Used for altering the EB+ service indicator.
Both days and distance (miles or km) can be
altered.
The entered durations will be added to the
current odometer reading and only become
active when the Service Reset is actioned.
PIN
Info Centre
Language
Start Screen
Service Reset
Service
Service Interval
The Settings menu is used to set the configuration of
the Service Interval, Info Centre 2, LED Settings and swop
trailer fitted TPMS wheel sensors.
Settings
The user defined start screen can display up to 5 of the
following items:
s¬ Odometer
s¬ Service
s¬ Service Interval
s¬ DTC
s¬ Stored DTCs
s¬ Lining Wear
s¬ Reservoir
s¬ Axle Load Sum
The user can choose 1 from 10 options available:
s¬ None
(if selected there will be no start screen)
s¬ Distance
s¬ DTC
s¬ AUX
s¬ Axle Load Sum
s¬ Language
s¬ Unlock
s¬ Tilt Angle
s¬ Tyre Pressure
s¬ User Defined (if selected go to user defined section below)
The Start Screen menu allows the user to choose Info
Centre functions to be displayed at start up, before the
main menu.
Start Screen
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Info Centre 2 / DIAG+ displayed DTC
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Possible causes
Wheel sensor 1A or 1B continuity
1A or 1B wheel sensor / wiring open or short circuit
Wheel sensor 2A or 2B continuity
2A or 2B wheel sensor / wiring open or short circuit
Wheel sensor 1A or 1B signal integrity
1A or 1B wheel sensor signal fault
Wheel sensor 2A or 2B signal integrity
2A or 2B wheel sensor signal fault
Wheel sensor 1A or 1B output level
1A or 1B wheel sensor system fault
Wheel sensor 2A or 2B output level
2A or 2B wheel sensor system fault
Brake apply solenoid short circuit
Brake apply solenoid short circuit
Brake apply solenoid open circuit
Brake apply solenoid open circuit
Brake apply solenoid short circuit drive
Brake apply solenoid short circuit energised
Brake apply solenoid unspecified fault
Brake apply solenoid control circuit fault
EPRV 21 or 22 hold solenoid short circuit
Modulator 21 or 22 hold solenoid short circuit
EPRV 21 or 22 dump solenoid short circuit
Modulator 21 or 22 dump solenoid short circuit
EPRV 21 or 22 hold solenoid open circuit
Modulator 21 or 22 hold solenoid open circuit
EPRV 21 or 22 dump solenoid open circuit
Modulator 21 or 22 dump solenoid open circuit
EPRV 21 or 22 hold solenoid short to B+
Modulator 21 or 22 hold solenoid short circuit energised
EPRV 21 or 22 dump solenoid short to B+
Modulator 21 or 22 dump solenoid short circuit
energised
EPRV 21 or 22 hold solenoid unspecified fault
Modulator 21 or 22 hold solenoid control circuit fault
EPRV 21 or 22 dump solenoid unspecified fault
Modulator 21 or 22 dump solenoid control circuit fault
EPRV 21 or 22 delivery sensor short circuit
Modulator 21 or 22 delivery transducer short circuit
EPRV 21 or 22 delivery open circuit
Modulator 21 or 22 delivery transducer open circuit
EPRV 21 or 22 slow wheel recovery
Modulator 21 or 22 slow recovery of one wheel
Reservoir sensor short circuit
Reservoir pressure transducer short circuit
Reservoir sensor open circuit
Reservoir pressure transducer open circuit
Excessive reservoir pressure
Reservoir pressure greater than 9.75 bar
Pneumatic demand loss
No corresponding pneumatic demand pressure
Suspension sensor short circuit
Suspension pressure transducer short circuit
Suspension sensor open circuit
Suspension pressure transducer open circuit
Suspension pressure low
Suspension pressure values outside operating range
Slave suspension pressure low
Suspension pressure values outside operating range
REV pressure switch short circuit
Relay emergency valve pressure switch short circuit
REV pressure switch open circuit
Relay emergency valve pressure switch open circuit
REV pressure switch pneumatic fault
Relay emergency valve pressure switch pneumatic fault
REV pressure switch signal fault
Relay emergency valve pressure switch no activation
Slave valve sensor
Pressure transducers open or short circuit
Slave valve modulator
Hold, dump or brake apply solenoid open or short circuit
Slave valve cable
Link cable open or short circuit
Slave valve slow recovery
Slow recovery of one wheel of slave valve
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Info Centre 2 / DIAG+ displayed DTC
Possible causes
Towed CAN demand loss
CAN line (pin 6 and 7 on ISO 7638) fault
Towed CAN control loss
CAN line (pin 6 and 7 on ISO 7638) data fault
Power ISO 7638 fail
Power loss on pin 1 or 2 on ISO 7638
Power low voltage
Supply voltage at ECU < 8 V (brake apply solenoid on)
Power high voltage
Supply voltage at the ECU greater than 32 V
Power unspecified fault
Internal ECU fault
ECU EEprom error
Internal ECU fault
ECU configuration error
ECU not programmed
ECU EEprom unspecified error
Internal ECU fault
ECU shutdown FET
Internal ECU fault
Lateral accelerometer short circuit
Lateral accelerometer wiring short circuit
Lateral accelerometer open circuit
Lateral accelerometer wiring open circuit
Lateral accelerometer signal
Lateral accelerometer signal fault
AUX 1 / AUX 2 / AUX 3 / AUX 4 / AUX 5
Auxiliary system wiring open or short circuit
External TPMS
TPMS hardware fault (RCU, WUS etc)
Note:
If a DTC is displayed and after following recommended procedure, as detailed in the service manual, no fault is
found, the ECU should be replaced.
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Maintenance schedule
Recommend maintenance schedule
Time or milage (which ever
occurs first)
Components
Operation
When hubs are removed
Exciter
Sensor.
Check for damage
Check for wear, clean and readjust
Every 3 months or 25,000 miles
(40,000 Km)
Complete system
Perform system check out and air leakage
test.
Annually or every 100,000 miles
(160,000 km)
Complete system
Sensor
Perform system check out and air leakage
check.Check wiring and piping security and
integrity Check for wear, clean and readjust
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Sensor installation
Stripping of axle
See individual axle manufacturers information.
Remove hub and drum assembly. Refer to individual
ABS axle layout for details of the machine location area
‘A’ on hub ‘B’.
B
A
Exciter (solid type)
Available in two sizes to suit differing diameters of
wheel. Establish correct exciter teeth in relation to tyre
size refer to GS0006.
100 tooth exciter - dynamic effective rolling radius
(rdyn) = 442 to 645 mm.
80 tooth exciter - dynamic effective rolling radius
(rdyn) = 357 to 522 mm.
Heat exciter uniformly to required temperature.
C
Fit to hub and ensure that it is fully seated on the
location area machined on the hub ‘B’. Dimension ‘C’
to be zero gap 0 to 360 degrees.
B
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Position sensor bracket as detailed on the ABS axle
layout, reference dimension ‘D’.
Tack weld bracket ‘E’ first. Recheck for position and
squareness and complete weld ‘F’.
F
E
F
D
With grease provided liberally coat sensor ‘l’ steel
casing and bore of bracket ‘G’. Push the retaining clip
‘H’ fully home into the sensor bracket housing and
insert sensor through the retaining clip pushing it firmly
into place until the sensor abuts against the back face
of the bracket housing ‘J’.
I
H
With a grease based corrosion inhibitor, recommended
type - Molykote Cu 7439 Plus (Dow Corning) or from
the 4g sachet, Haldex part number 042 5857 09,
liberally coat sensor ‘l’ steel casing, retaining clip ‘H’
and bore of bracket / housing ‘G’.
G
Push the retaining clip ‘H’ fully home into the sensor
bracket housing and insert sensor through the
retaining clip pushing it firmly into place until the
sensor abuts the back face of the bracket / housing ‘J’.
J
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Layout the sensor cable route. Ensure sensor cable is
not under tension and not fouling brake shoe. Avoid
any sharp edges and moving parts. The cable exit from
the brake torque plate or dirt shield should be via a
grommet ‘K’.
K
N
Reassemble hub assembly
Sensor must be central over the exciter teeth.
The gap between exciter ‘M’ and sensor ‘l’ must not
exceed N = 0.5 mm.
Maximum run out of 0.2 mm true indicator reading.
Before fitment of hub cap / cover check sensor output.
M
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Braking with EB+ Gen3
In an emergency apply full force on the brake pedal.
of the normal operation. This learning process will be
repeated every ignition cycle, if the load is changed or
if an axle is lifted or lowered.
The EB+ Gen3 will be activated immediately when
you fully apply the brakes and will assist you to retain
steering control of your vehicle according to the road
surface conditions.
Do not apply and release the brakes by pumping the
brake. This is known as ‘cadence braking’ and can have
a detrimental effect on vehicle braking.
Traction assist using ILAS®-E
Lining wear system (LWS)
The front axle drops when either:
Traction assist is made operative by a 24 v (constant
or intermittent) supply to the yellow wire in the 3-core
auxiliary cable connected to AUX 2 or AUX 3 and
programmed as ILAS®-E Front. On request for traction
assist, the front axle lifts.
› The vehicle speed exceeds 30 kph.
EB+ Gen3 lining wear system is a device that allows
multiple lining wear indicators (LWI) to be connected to
a single analogue input ‘AUX 4’ on the EB+ Gen3 ECU.
The EB+ Gen3 lining wear device can be installed on all
types of towed vehicles were provisions are made in the
brake pads. The product provides lining wear indication
on disc brakes without the need to remove wheels via
the EB+ Gen3 diagnostic tools Info Centre 2 or DIAG+.
The device connects to specified sensors from the brake
pads and when a brake lining has reached its wear limit
the sensor signals the EB+ Gen3 Lining wear device
which activates the EBS warning lamp indicating a
fault.
EB+ Gen3 stability
the laden bag pressure.
Soft Docking
Soft Docking, when linked to the Haldex EB+ Gen3
system will apply brakes automatically when reversing
into a loading bay. The system will reduce vehicle
speed to prevent significant damage to the vehicle and
the dock by timely application of the brake pressure
when reversing. The braking is initiated by sensing of
1 metre distance from the loading bay.
Info Point
EB+ Gen3 Stability is an advanced roll-over control
function that senses when the trailer is near to a
rollover condition and automatically applies the trailer
brakes to slow the vehicle combination down. It will
help to reduce the likelihood of trailer rollover but it
will not prevent rollover and should be used as an aid
to normal good driving practice. The stability function
is a safety back up system, like the anti-lock braking
function. It uses a lateral accelerometer to determine
the level of cornering and as part of its operation it
applies brief pulses of brake pressure during normal
cornering, below a level at which a rollover may
occur. These pulses may be noticeable to a driver but
will reduce in number after the system has learnt the
vehicle combinations roll characteristics and are part
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With an illuminated spot the Info Point will instantly
show if the trailer has a fault in the braking system.
The Info Point connects to the EB+ Gen3 auxiliary. It is
dedicated to alert fault in lining wear, sensors, COLAS®
etc. It is ADR approved.
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TPMS
Haldex TPMS is a tire pressure monitoring system for any commercial vehicle trailer equipped with EB+. The EB+
shall facilitate the transmission of pressure and temperature for each wheel via ISO 11992 CAN to the towing
vehicle and the Info Centre 2 can be used locally to display the pressure and temperature of the trailer. The wheel
unit sensor (WUS) measures the pressure and temperature inside the tire and transmits all the measurements by
radio frequency (RF) to the receiver control unit (RCU). The RCU then determines the system status and sends
it to the electronic braking system (EBS) on the trailer CAN bus. The EBS then transmits this information to the
dashboard which can display the required information of pressure, warning, alerts and system status for the
vehicle driver.
The system is configured and diagnosed through CAN communication using DIAG+. The TPMS trigger uses
low frequency (LF) to communicate with the wheel unit (WUS) and is used to force the WUS to send it’s unique
identification code (ID) to the RCU.
TPMS components
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Wheel unit sensor (WUS)
Receiver control unit (RCU)
TPMS trigger
DIAG+ setup screen (example)
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Semi trailer - standard installation
Gen 3
RCU
Info Centre 2
Cable description
RCU cable (rear, unterminated)
Part number
814 040 101
Semi trailer - complex installation (example)
Gen 3
Telematics
RCU
Info Centre 2
Cable description
Part number
RCU cable (rear, unterminated)
814 040 001
Splitter cable
814 038 001
DIN telematics cable
814 033 0xx
Program Gen3 via DIAG+ without CAN termination (Gen3 tab in auxiliary setup) if telematics unit has CAN
termination.
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Full trailer - standard installation
Front RCU
Gen 3
Rear RCU
Info Centre 2
Cable description
Part number
RCU cable (unterminated)
814 040 001
Splitter cable
814 038 001
Front RCU cable (terminated)
814 040 2xx
Program Gen3 via DIAG+ without CAN termination (Gen3 tab in auxiliary setup).
Full trailer - complex installation (example)
Front RCU
Gen 3
Rear RCU
Telematics
Info Centre 2
Cable description
Part number
RCU cable (unterminated)
814 040 001
Splitter cable (Qty 2)
814 038 001
DIN telematic cable
814 033 0xx
Front RCU cable (terminated)
814 040 2xx
Program Gen3 via DIAG+ without CAN termination (Gen3 tab in auxiliary setup).
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Part reference
These available service parts can be obtained from Haldex service centres or distributors.
EB+ Gen3 electronic control unit (ECU)
2M
823 008 xxx
823 034 xxx
950 823 008
950 823 034
3M
DCV
QRV
STAB
S AUX P AUX
D
D D
D D D D
D
D D
D D D D
D
D
D
D
D
D D
D
D D
See page 130 for a complete list of Gen3 assembly part numbers.
EB+ Gen3 1M Slave
Gen3 1M Slave
Part number
810 023 001
The EB+ Gen3 Slave assembly (ECU + valve) is only supplied as one
complete unit that cannot / should not be separated.
EB+ Gen3 label
Label
Part number
028 5262 09
Sensor kit
Part number
Angled (inc. retaining clip)
950 364 503
Straight (inc. retaining clip)
950 364 506
EB+ Info Centre 2
Part number
Haldex Info Centre 2
815 041 001
Haldex Info Centre 2 ADR
815 046 001
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COLAS®+
Part number
Raise and lower valve with reset to ride
338 061 xxx
Raise and lower valve with reset to ride
338 062 xxx
Raise and lower valve with reset to ride
338 071 xxx
ILAS®-E
Part number
Lift axle valve
352 061 xxx
Lift axle valve
352 062 xxx
Lift axle valve
352 070 xxx
TrCM+
With / without safe parking
TEM®
With safe parking
Part number
352 067 xxx
Part number
352 075 xxx
REV
With port for control line sensor
Control line sensor
M16 x 1.5 thread for REV port
Main assembly service kits
Part number
351 033 xxx
Part number
815 022 001
Part number
QRV service kit
950 800 307
DCV service kit
950 800 905
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Info Point
Part number
Info Point with 7 m cable
815 021 001
Info Point with 18 m cable
815 021 011
Soft Docking
Part number
Complete system with acoustic and optical aids
815 024 001
Kit without optical aid
815 025 001
Kit without acoustic aid
815 026 001
Basic kit
815 027 001
Lite kit
815 051 001
Sensor adjusting tool
042 708 309
TPMS
Part number
Receiver control unit (RCU)
815 052 001
Wheel unit sensor (WUS)
042 727 209
Cable / clamp assembly
003 951 709
Cable stretcher tool
042 727 309
Wheel unit sensor indicator label
006 700 021_M
TPMS trigger (hand unit)
815 053 001
Lining wear system
Part number
L = 2 m AUX cable - standard
815 015 001
Blanking plug (std version)
027 5260 09
Sensor extension cable (5 m)
814 007 111
EB+ Gen3 stability
External lateral accelerometer
Electronic height sensor
Part number
815 012 011
Part number
Electronic height sensor
815 030 001
Height sensor cable (see AUX cables)
814 012 2xx
Linkage (vertical)
612 025 001
Linkage (horizontal)
003 575 709
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EB+ Gen3 diagnostic cable kit
Part number
950 800 912
Kit contents:
ECU / pc interface cable (6.5 m)
814 036 001
EB+ ISO diagnostic cable
815 018 001
EB+ SOV / pc interface cable (6.5 m)
814 011 001
Transit case
042 623 719
EB+ interface
EB+ interface kit
Part number
950 800 909
Kit contents:
USB pc interface (DIAG+)
815 023 001
USB cable
042 707 309
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Fleet+ interface kit
Part number
950 800 910
Kit contents:
USB pc interface (Fleet+)
815 023 011
USB cable
042 707 309
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EB+Gen3 ISO cables
ISO 7638 socket (unfused)
Length
814 003 102
12 m
814 003 112
16 m
814 003 122
18 m
814 003 132
9m
814 003 142
14 m
814 003 152
6m
ISO 7638 plug (unfused)
Length
814 004 102
9m
814 004 112
12 m
814 004 122
15 m
814 004 132
18 m
Power A
Length
814 009 101
16 m
814 009 111
14 m
814 009 121
12 m
814 009 131
5m
814 009 141
1.5 m
814 009 151
4.5 m
ISO 7638 to 7-pin DIN connector
Length
814 003 201
1m
814 003 211
12 m
ISO cable assembly male / female
814 022 001
ISO power A to 7-pin connector
Length
30 m
Length
814 026 001
1.5 m
814 026 011
4.5 m
814 026 021
12 m
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ISO 12098 / ISO 1185 (24N)
EB+ Gen3
Length
814 002 301
6m
814 002 311
12 m
814 002 321
9m
814 002 331
4m
814 002 341
1m
ISO 7638 Diagnostic
815 018 001
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Length
0.5 m
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EB+Gen3 auxiliary cables
Auxiliary cable
Length
814 001 302
7m
814 001 312
18 m
814 001 322
2m
814 001 332
4m
814 001 342
1m
814 001 352
12 m
814 001 372
10 m
Auxiliary cable to DIN connector
Length
814 012 201
7m
814 012 211
18 m
814 012 221
1m
814 012 231
2m
814 012 241
5m
814 012 251
3m
814 012 261
4m
814 012 271
10 m
Male to female to female
(2x2x2 way)
814 027 001
L1
L1
L2
0.5 m
0.5 m
L2
Male to female to female
(3x2x2 way)
L1
L1
L2
814 028 011
4m
2m
814 028 001
0.5 m
0.5 m
L2
Auxiliary (3 pole) to auxiliary
(3 pole)
Length
814 032 001
1m
814 032 011
4m
814 032 021
7m
814 032 031
18 m
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Y-splitter 3x2x2 way
814 039 001
Length
0.5 m
Y-splitter 3x3x3 way
814 039 101
Length
0.5 m
Super AUX cable
Length
814 002 301
6m
814 002 311
12 m
814 002 321
9m
814 002 331
4m
814 002 341
1m
Power B to ISO 15170 Super AUX
Length
814 004 301 (4 pole)
1m
814 004 311 (4 pole)
6m
L1
Power B to ISO 15170 Super AUX
L2
814 029 001 (4 pole)
1m
1m
814 029 011 (4 pole)
6m
5m
814 029 021 (4 pole)
6m
1m
Sensor cable
Length
814 004 401
3m
814 004 411
6m
814 004 421
2m
814 004 431
10 m
814 004 441
14 m
814 004 451
8m
814 004 461
12 m
814 004 471
4m
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EB+Gen3 diagnostic cables
Info Centre 2 to side of vehicle
814 025 001
Side of vehicle (SOV) to ECU
Length
1m
Length
814 030 001
6.5 m
814 030 011
2.5 m
814 030 021
5m
814 030 031
15 m
Vehicle to pc interface (dongle)
Length
814 011 001
6.5 m
814 011 011
15 m
DIAG to DIN
Length
814 033 001
1m
814 033 011
12 m
DIAG to pc interface (dongle)
Length
814 036 001
6.5 m
814 036 011
15 m
814 036 021
20 m
DIAG to DIAG
Length
814 037 001
6.5 m
814 037 011
0.5 m
814 037 021
8m
814 037 031
14 m
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Y-splitter 4x4x4 way
814 038 001
DIAG to female FCI connector
Length
0.5 m
Length
814 040 001 (rear RCU unterminated)
1.2 m
814 040 101 (front RCU unterminated)
1.2 m
814 040 201 (front RCU terminated)
1.2 m
814 040 211 (front RCU terminated)
6m
814 040 221 (front RCU terminated)
10 m
3M Link cable
Sensor cable
Length
814 041 001
12 m
814 041 011
2m
814 041 021
5m
814 041 031
14 m
814 041 041
10 m
814 041 051
8m
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D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
823 008 213
823 008 291
823 034 001
823 034 101
823 034 111
823 034 213
823 034 291
950 823 008
950 823 034
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
DCV = Double check valve
D
D
D
D
823 008 101
823 008 111
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
M16
M16
8x1
8x1
8x1
8x1
M16
8x1
8x1
8x1
8x1
M16
4
M22
M22
15x1.5
16x2
15x1.5
15x1.5
M22
15x1.5
16x2
15x1.5
15x1.5
M22
1
M12
M12
Plug
Plug
8x1
Plug
M12
Plug
Plug
8x1
Plug
M12
Test
M16
M16
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
M16
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
M16
22
Port 4 Side / 22
STAB = Stability (roll-over)
D
D
D
D
D
D
DCV QRV STAB S AUX P AUX
823 008 001
Part No
M16
M16
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
M16
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
M16
22
M16
M16
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
M16
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
M16
22
M16
M16
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
M16
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
M16
21
M16
M16
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
M16
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
M16
21
M16
M16
8x1
8x1
10x1
8x1
M16
8x1
8x1
10x1
8x1
M16
11
M16
M16
8x1
Plug
8x1
8x1
M16
8x1
Plug
8x1
8x1
M16
23
M16
M16
8x1
8x1
8x1
Plug
M16
8x1
8x1
8x1
Plug
M16
23
M16
M16
8x1
8x1
8x1
Plug
M16
8x1
8x1
8x1
Plug
M16
23
P AUX = Premium AUX QRV = Quick release valve
M16
M16
8x1
8x1
Plug
8x1
M16
8x1
8x1
Plug
8x1
M16
23
Front face
M16
M16
8x1
Plug
8x1
8x1
M16
8x1
Plug
8x1
8x1
M16
23
M16
M16
8x1
8x1
Plug
8x1
M16
8x1
8x1
Plug
8x1
M16
23
M12
M12
Plug
Plug
Plug
8x1
M12
Plug
Plug
Plug
8x1
M12
Test
S AUX = Super AUX
M16
M16
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
M16
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
12x1.5
M16
21
M16
M16
8x1
8x1
8x1
8x1
M16
8x1
8x1
8x1
8x1
M16
41
Port 41 Side / 21
M22
M22
15x1.5
16x2
15x1.5
15x1.5
M22
15x1.5
16x2
15x1.5
15x1.5
M22
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Austria
Haldex Wien Ges.m.b.H.
Vienna
Tel.: +43 1 8 69 27 97
Fax: +43 1 8 69 27 97 27
E-Mail: [email protected]
Korea
Haldex Korea Ltd.
Seoul
Tel.: +82 2 2636 7545
Fax: +82 2 2636 7548
E-Mail: [email protected]
Belgium
Haldex N.V.
Balegem
Tel.: +32 9 363 90 00
Fax: +32 9 363 90 09
E-Mail: [email protected]
Mexico
Haldex de Mexico S.A. De C.V.
Monterrey
Tel.: +52 81 8156 9500
Fax: +52 81 8313 7090
Brazil
Haldex do Brasil Ind. E Com.
Ltda
São José dos Campos
Tel.: +55 12 3935 4000
Fax: +55 12 3935 4018
E-Mail: [email protected]
Canada
Haldex Ltd
Cambridge, Ontario
Tel.: +1 519 621 6722
Fax: +1 519 621 3924
E-Mail: [email protected]
China
Haldex Vehicle Products Co. Ltd.
Suzhou
Tel.: +86 512 8885 5301
Fax: +86 512 8765 6066
E-Mail: [email protected]
France
Haldex Europe SAS
Weyersheim
Tel.: +33 3 88 68 22 00
Fax: +33 3 88 68 22 09
E-Mail: [email protected]
Germany
Haldex Brake Products GmbH
Heidelberg
Tel.: +49 6 221 7030
Fax: +49 6 221 703400
E-Mail: [email protected]
Hungary
Haldex Hungary Kft
Szentlörinckáta
Tel.: +36 29 631 300
Fax: +36 29 631 301
E-Mail: [email protected]
India
Haldex India Limited
Nashik
Tel.: +91 253 6699501
Fax: +91 253 2380729
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Poland
Haldex Sp. z.o.o.
Praszka
Tel.: +48 34 350 11 00
Fax: +48 34 350 11 11
E-Mail: [email protected]
Russia
OOO “Haldex RUS”
Moscow
Tel.: +7 495 747 59 56
Fax: +7 495 786 39 70
E-Mail: [email protected]
Spain
Haldex España S.A.
Granollers
Tel.: + 34 93 84 07 239
Fax: + 34 93 84 91 218
E-Mail: [email protected]
Sweden
Haldex Brake Products AB
Landskrona
Tel.: +46 418 47 60 00
Fax: +46 418 47 60 01
E-Mail: [email protected]
United Kingdom
Haldex Ltd.
Newton Aycliffe
Tel.: +44 1325 310 110
Fax: +44 1325 311 834
E-Mail: [email protected]
Haldex Brake Products Ltd.
Redditch
Tel.: +44 1527 499 499
Fax: +44 1527 499 500
E-Mail: [email protected]
USA
Haldex Brake Products Corp.
Kansas City
Tel.: +1 816 891 2470
Fax: +1 816 891 9447
E-Mail: [email protected]
Italy
Haldex Italia Srl.
Biassono
Tel.: +39 039 47 17 02
Fax: +39 039 27 54 309
E-Mail: [email protected]
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