EBS Trailer Premium Modulator 24 Volt 4801020650

WABCO CODE: 4801020650

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WABCO REFERENCES: 4801020610, 4801020630, 4801020600, 4801020840

• Distance between bolts: 70.0 mm
• Max. operating pressure: 8.5 bar
• Mounting: 2x M12
• Port thread 1: 15 x 1.5 / 10 x 1
• Port thread 11: 8 x 1 / 8 x 1
• Port thread 21: 12 x 1.5
• Port thread 22: 12 x 1.5
• Port thread 23: 8 x 1
• Port thread 24: 8 x 1
• Port thread 3: 2 Integrated Silencer
• Port thread 4: 8 x 1
• Port thread 5: 8 x 1
• Protection Class: IP 6K9K
• System: 4S/3M
• Temperature range: -40°C to +65°C
• Type: Premium
• Version: TEBS E with PEM
• Voltage: 24 V
• Calculated Volume (dm³): 35.494
• GTIN: 04057875228837
• UPC: 193133317180
• Size (mm x mm x mm): 224 x 270 x 198
• Weight: 6.3 kg / 13.89 lb

Replaces: KRONE 515027404

WABCO 4801020650 EBS (Electronic Braking System) modulator is a component used in commercial vehicles, particularly in their braking systems. EBS is an advanced electronic system that enhances the control and performance of a vehicle’s brakes.

Function: The EBS modulator is a crucial part of the EBS system. It is responsible for controlling the brake pressure in the individual wheel brake circuits. This control is essential for achieving optimal braking performance, preventing wheel lock-up, and ensuring the stability of the vehicle during braking.

Safety: The WABCO 4801020650 EBS modulator is designed with safety in mind, ensuring that the vehicle can stop efficiently and maintain stability, even in adverse conditions. This enhances overall road safety and reduces the risk of accidents.

Anti-Lock Braking: One of the primary functions of the EBS modulator is to prevent wheel lock-up during hard braking, similar to ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System). It achieves this by rapidly modulating the brake pressure to each wheel. This prevents skidding and allows the vehicle to maintain steering control, reducing the risk of accidents.

Electronic Control: The EBS modulator operates based on electronic signals received from sensors throughout the vehicle. These sensors monitor factors like wheel speed, vehicle speed, and driver input (brake pedal pressure), and the modulator adjusts the brake pressure accordingly. This real-time control helps optimize braking performance in various driving conditions.

Stability Control: In addition to anti-lock braking, the EBS system also contributes to the stability of the vehicle. It can assist in preventing situations like understeer and oversteer by selectively applying brakes to specific wheels, helping the driver maintain control in challenging driving scenarios.

Commercial Vehicles: EBS systems, including the modulator, are commonly found in heavy-duty commercial vehicles like trucks and buses. These systems are crucial for the safe operation of these large and potentially high-speed vehicles.