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K110612 - ES2095 Knorr Bremse TEBS G2.2 Premium Brake Module

K110612 - ES2095 Knorr Bremse TEBS G2.2 Premium Brake Module

Knorr Bremse TEBS G2.2 Premium Brake Module - K110612 - ES2095

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• Tilt Angle: This signal can be utilised to switch off a lifting device for the tipping body. 
• Fully Automatic Lift Axle Control: The module can control up to two lift axle control valves, each valve may
then be connected to 1 or 2 lifting axles. 
• Speed Pulse (SP): When the vehicle exceeds a predetermined threshold speed, a signal of programmable
duration is activated. This signal causes the Raise / Lower valve to automatically switch to the “drive” position.
• Integrated Speed Switch (ISS): This signal may be used to fulfil numerous operational requirements such as
locking of steering axles etc. 
• Steering Axle Lock (SAL): This signal can be utilised to lock the steering axle in the ‘straight-ahead’ condition.
It is similar to ISS but can also be triggered from an input, e.g. Back-up Light (Reversing Lamps). 
• 24 V Supply: provides a permanent power supply that may be used to power additional brake and running
gear systems / functions on the trailer. 
• ABS active: Typically this function may be used to directly control a retarder installed on the trailer. See
• RSP active: When the Roll Stability Program (RSP) of the trailer is active, a 24 V or a pneumatic output
(depending on configuration) is transmitted by the brake module. 
• SLR: When a function of TEBS causes the brakes to be applied a Stop Lamp Request signal can be generated.
• Pout: Brake modules that have the P28 function available, which can be programmed to provide a pneumatic
output for any of the above functions or a constant pressure supply. 
• iLvl valve: When iLvl is configured in ECUtalk® the iLvl valve outputs are automatically assigned to pins 1 and
2 (AUXIO1 and AUXIO2). 

The TEBS G2.2 Premium Brake Modules can be programmed to receive inputs on various connectors. 
more information on the connections. Typical inputs are described below:
• Brake pad wear control (PW) : Input is received that the wear limit of at least one brake has been reached.
• TH: Traction Help actuated by a manual switch. 
• MH: Manoeuvring Help actuated by a manual switch. 
• LL_ALL / LL_LAC1 / LL_LAC2_: These functions lower lift axles as a result of a signal from a manual switch.
• LLTH - Advanced Lift Axle Control: This is a combined function which offers lift axle lowering and traction
help via the same input. 
• Road Laying Function (RLF): This function is typically used when the trailer is working with a road laying
machine. .
• Body Lift Sensor (BLS): This sensor is used with tipping trailers. 
• Trailer Brake Release (TBR): This function is typically used with extendable trailers.
• Trailer Suspension Release (TSR): This input is used when raise/lower valves are installed. 
• Back-up Light: This takes an input from the reversing lamps and is typically used with the Steering Axle
Lock function. 
• iLvl Level sensor: When iLvl is configured in ECUtalk® the level sensor is automatically assigned to pins 5 and
6 (SENS_IN1 and SENS_SUP).