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CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 VDO - a Trademark of the Continental Corporation Cabin Trailer Display Sensor Box Trailer Sensor Box Remote Control.

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1 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 VDO - a Trademark of the Continental Corporation Cabin Trailer Display Sensor Box Trailer Sensor Box Remote Control Kimax 2 On-Board Scales RS232 - Printer Load Cell SG 1

2 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 VDO - a Trademark of the Continental Corporation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales Function Overview Current total load for the entire vehicle Total weight per tractor/trailer Current load on all individual axles Payload for the entire vehicle Payload per Prime-Mover/Trailer Alarm for overload on individual axles Alarm for total weight on trailer All weights is displayed in tones 2

3 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 VDO - a Trademark of the Continental Corporation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales Axle load measurement Kimax 2 uses the linearity between air pressure and load of the single axles. By using two reference points for each axle (empty weight and weight at maximum load) and the currently measured air pressure. Kimax 2 calculates the current axle load with an accuracy of 2 % of the maximum load for each axle. 3

4 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 VDO - a Trademark of the Continental Corporation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 4 Road Train Configuration Example P/N 10140TX P/N Remote

5 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 VDO - a Trademark of the Continental Corporation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales On-Line Training 5 Kimax2 Configuration 3 Axels on 2 Channels Kimax2 Calibration 3 Axels on 2 Channels Kimax2 Calibration 3 Axels on 3 Channels Kimax2 Configuration 3 Axels on 3 Channels Note: Click on each picture to activate presentation

6 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 VDO - a Trademark of the Continental Corporation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales Model p/n Model p/n

7 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 VDO - a Trademark of the Continental Corporation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales Model p/n Model p/n

8 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 VDO - a Trademark of the Continental Corporation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales Model p/n

9 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 VDO - a Trademark of the Continental Corporation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales Model p/n Model p/n

10 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 VDO - a Trademark of the Continental Corporation Kimax 2 New Part Numbers Configuration 10

11 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Kimax 2 On-Board Scales SG Strain Gauge Sensor Installation Procedures VDO - a Trademark of the Continental Corporation 11

12 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 In order of getting the best Kimax for your specific vehicle, go to select “Build-a-Kimax” under Order the now tab.www.kimax.com Submit the form when you have entered your details and we return our best recommendations for your specific vehicle. In this example one steering front axle mechanical suspended and a double rear axle air suspended, our P/N SG sensor front axle – installation VDO - a Trademark of the Continental Corporation 12

13 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Typically truck layout for P/N could be like the above diagrams SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 13

14 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Basic principle for measuring the front axle weight is displayed above. The weight of the vehicle is carried by the parabolic springs between the chassis and the front axle. Adding weight to the vehicle above the frontaxle, causes a tension or “compression” of the top surface of the front axle. This tension is sensed by the SG sensor we glue onto the top surface of the axle. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 14

15 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 In this images you see a typical front axle from a bus-chassis. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 15

16 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 The bus-chassis is comfortable, because of it is open without any build up body. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 16

17 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 The available space is more narrow on a commercial truck, the clearance between gearbox and front axle is normally high enough for the next page grinding procedure. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 17

18 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 First tool to use is normally a angle grinding machine equipped with a lamella disk Ø125 mm/Ø5”, grain size is typically 60 – 80 at the beginning and at the end. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 18

19 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Carefully grinding process until you get an even and smooth surface SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 19

20 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct x 130 mm blank surface, ready for final grinding with emery paper. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 20

21 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Finally grinding by hand using first grain 120 at the end you use grain 240, especially the area where to glue the sensing sensor need to be blank and smooth. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 21

22 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 The sensor must be located in the middle of the axle, cable has to come out along the centreline of the axle. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 22

23 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 The sensing area of the sensor must be grinded by hand with emery paper 240 in order of removing fingerprints. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 23

24 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 The axle surface must be cleaned by cleaning solvent, a 1:1 mixture of Acetone and chemical clean 2-Peopanol. You must purchase these indigents local, as we can’t send it as air freight, since the 9. September it is really important to wipe any dust away from gluing area on both axle and SG sensor, in order of getting a reliable attachment. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 24

25 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 You distribute one drip of Z70 rapid glue on the sensor area of the sensor and put it in position and press it onto the axle for at least 1 min with your fingers without moving the sensor. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 25

26 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 When the sensor is glued with the rapid glue, you can seal the wires by using a litle of the Black Tunap. When you connect the sensor to the cable harness you can test the function of the sensor by entering the OAA menu. One person about 100 kg increase the OAA value by 0,2 when you enter the cabin from ground. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 26

27 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 When the sensor is working properly, time is coming for covering the sensor. Put some of the black Tunap onto the stainless steel cover. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 27

28 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 The stainless steel cover is placed on top of the sensor and pressed on to the axle. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 28

29 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 The cover is tied down to the axle by using some long cable strips. The black glue has to cure overnight. SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 29

30 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 When the black glue is cured, the cavity between the cover and the axle must be filled completely by injecting the gray Tunap, until it comes out of the venting holes in the cover. The holes has to be topped one after one. You must continue injecting until the grey stuff come up to the venting hole of the cable. All cables has to be tied down to the axle and routed up to the chassis frame SG sensor front axle – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 30

31 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013  SG sensor p/n for Compressing Surface  SG sensor p/n for Tension Surface Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 31 Strain Gauge Sensors

32 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 SG sensor p/n & – installation examples Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 32 P/N SG sensor for “compressing” surface is in general user for all non-driven front axles and for rear axles on non-driven trailers: P/N SG sensor for “compressing” surface is in general user for all non-driven front axles and for rear axles on non-driven trailers:

33 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 33 P/N SG sensor for “compressing” surface is in general user for all non-driven front axles and for rear axles on non-driven trailers: & for installation on top of parabolic springs used for double axles:

34 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 34 P/N SG sensor for “compressing” surface is in general user for all non-driven front axles and for rear axles on non-driven trailers: P/N SG sensor for ”tension” is used on top of left & right spring for driven front axles and single rear axles:

35 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 35 P/N SG sensor for “compressing” surface is in general user for all non-driven front axles and for rear axles on non-driven trailers: & for bottom side installation on double trapeze suspension for driven rear axles :

36 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 36 P/N SG sensor for “compressing” surface is in general user for all non-driven front axles and for rear axles on non-driven trailers: Most common truck combinations are: p/n xx

37 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 37 P/N SG sensor for “compressing” surface is in general user for all non-driven front axles and for rear axles on non-driven trailers: p/n xx

38 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 38 P/N SG sensor for “compressing” surface is in general user for all non-driven front axles and for rear axles on non-driven trailers: p/n xx

39 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 39 P/N SG sensor for “compressing” surface is in general user for all non-driven front axles and for rear axles on non-driven trailers: p/n xx

40 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 40 P/N SG sensor for “compressing” surface is in general user for all non-driven front axles and for rear axles on non-driven trailers: p/n xx

41 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 41 P/N SG sensor for “compressing” surface is in general user for all non-driven front axles and for rear axles on non-driven trailers: p/n xx

42 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 42 P/N SG sensor for “compressing” surface is in general user for all non-driven front axles and for rear axles on non-driven trailers: p/n

43 CV & Aftermarket Flavio Alessio Oct 2013 SG sensor p/n & – installation Kimax 2 On-Board Scales 43 Part numberDescription 05for a sensor unit 3for 1 SG sensor input on channel 1 3for 1 SG sensor input on channel 2 3for 1 SG sensor input on channel 3 3for 1 SG sensor input on channel 4 0for no hardware modification 1for standard front sticker 0for supply cable being a part of the unit 0for no fittings


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