Many car accidents occur because of drivers' loss of control over steering. To help in loss-of-control situations, we have devoted ourselves to the design and manufacture of anti lock brakes since 2001. Because of our sound industry experience, we are now able to offer our customers a wide selection of anti lock braking system and ABS system components. Our vehicle ABS such as trailer ABS, truck ABS, car ABS, etc. are all designed and developed by experienced engineers in compliance with industry standards such as ISO7638, ISO1185, GB13594, and ECE R13. Renowned as an ABS system specialist in China, we have established partnership with many automobile and truck manufacturers, including CIMC, FAW Group, Foton Motor, JAC, Sinotruk Group, and more.More
This range of anti lock brakes for trailers is mainly used for two purposes. One is to shorten stop distance and improve braking stability during high-speed drive, and the other is to effectively prolong the service life of tyres by reducing tyre wear that is caused by locking up.
For example, K-line interface offers a perfect solution when online detection is necessary in large factories, and CAN bus communication makes it possible to display ABS system working and maintenance details on automobile instrument panel.
This ECU has CAN bus communication interface and K-line interface, and it suits for 4S/3M ABS system and 4S/4M ABS system. Furthermore, it adopts modular design, and it is characterized by small size, light weight, compact structure, easy installation, simple maintenance, etc.
This ABS sensor is used to sense the motion state of vehicle or the rotation state of wheel, and transfer the information to ECU (electronic control unit). The ECU judges the motion state of vehicle via induced voltage.
Our ABS speed sensor is highlighted by outstanding EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) and high resistance to electromagnetic interference, completely conforming to national standards like GB18655:2002 and GB17619:1998.
It generates alternating current inside ABS sensor and then transfers the AC current to ECU (electronic control unit). The ECU figures out wheel rotation speed according to change frequency of AC current.