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Training Manual

Single Drum Rollers


BW 216 D-3, BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3
4/2000 Part-No. 008 098 29
BW 219 DH-3/PDH-3, BW 225 D-3/PD-3
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Table of contents
Foreword A 1
Documentation A 2
General A 4
List of components B 1
Technical data B 2
Maintenance C1
Maintenance table C2
DEUTZ Diesel engine D 1
Service side D 2
Starter side D 3
Lubrication oil circuit D 4
Coolant circuit D 5
Checking and adjusting the valve clearance D 6
Plug-in injection pump D 8
Travel system E 1
Travel pump E 4
Servo control E 15
Multi-function valves E 17
Charge pressure relief valve E 20
Axle drive motor E 21
Drum drive motor with reduction gear E 23
Flushing valve E 26
Trouble shooting travel system ETr 1
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Vibration F 1
Vibration pump F 4
Control F 8
High pressure protection F 8
Charge pump F 8
Vibration motor F 9
Trouble shooting vibration FTr 1
Steering G 1
Steering pump G 3
Steering valve G 5
Articulated joint G 7
Trouble shooting steering GTr 1
Electrical system H 1
Power supply H 2
Ignition and starter circuit H 4
Fault monitoring board H 7
Brakes H 11
Speed range selector H 14
Anti Spin Control (ASC) H 18
Vibration H 20
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Foreword
This training manual was specifically written for the new single drum rollers BW 216 D-3, BW 216 DH-
3/PDH-3, BW 219 DH-3/PDH3 and BW 225 D-3/PD-3 of generation 3. This range of single drum rollers
is the consequent further development of the machine range of heavy single drum rollers of generation
2 and is also an adaptation to the presently most modern status of technology.
Single drum rollers of this product ranges are today needed on construction sites all over the world. Rol-
lers of this size are mainly used in earth construction and for the preparation and sealing of sanitary
landfill sites.
During the development of this new generation of single drum rollers the requirements and demands of
our customers, operators and maintenance personnel were the main aspects which were taken into
consideration.
Since we would like to increase the benefit for our customers also in the future, we ask you kindly to
inform us about your ideas and suggestions.
The introduction of new or improved products on the market is not possible without thorough training of
all persons responsible for the efficient after sales service for all these products.
This is the reason why this document was prepared on the basis of the training material for the new ran-
ge of single drum rollers of generation 3. This material will help the trainer to transfer the necessary
knowledge to the participants in the training session in an easy to understand way.
This manual is by no means complete. Technical data and details, which were not available at the date
of release of this manual, or which have changed since the release of this manual, require special at-
tention of the respective trainer during the training course.
These training documents are not subjected to a regular updating service. All important changes to the
machine will, however, be worked in during the revision of this training manual.
The chapter "Documentation contains information about other documents for this machine. The latest
operating and maintenance instructions and the up-to-date electric and hydraulic diagrams are part of
this training manual.
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Documentation
For the single drum rollers BW 216 D-3, BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3, BW 219 DH-3/PDH3 and BW 225 D-3/
PD-3 the following documents are additionally available:
1. Operating and maintenance instructions
Machine type Catalogue No.: from serial no. to serial no.
BW 216 D-3 008 140 61 101 580 40 0101
BW 216 DH-3 008 140 61 101 580 42 0101
BW 216 PDH-3 008 140 61 101 580 43 0101
BW 219 DH-3 008 140 61 101 580 50 0101
BW 219 PDH-3 008 140 61 101 580 51 0101
BW 225 D-3 008 140 61 101 580 60 0101
BW 225 PD-3 008 140 61 101 580 61 0101
2. Spare parts catalogue
Machine type Catalogue No.: from serial no. to serial no.
BW 216 D-3 008 153 40 101 580 40 0101
BW 216 DH-3 008 153 42 101 580 42 0101
BW 216 PDH-3 008 153 43 101 580 43 0101
BW 219 DH-3 008 153 50 101 580 50 0101
BW 219 PDH-3 008 153 51 101 580 51 0101
BW 225 D-3 008 153 60 101 580 60 0101
BW 225 PD-3 008 153 61 101 580 61 0101
3. Wiring diagram*
Drawing No.: from serial number to serial number
582 700 38 for single drum rollers with new monitoring board
4. Hydraulic diagram*
Machine type Drawing No.: from serial number to serial number
BW 216 D-3 581 201 26 101 580 40 0101
BW 216 DH-3 581 201 26 101 580 42 0101
BW 216 PDH-3 581 201 26 101 580 43 0101
BW 219 DH-3 581 201 27 101 580 50 0101
BW 219 PDH-3 581 201 27 101 580 51 0101
BW 225 D-3 581 201 28 101 580 61 0101
BW 225 PD-3 581 201 28 101 580 61 0101
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5. Repair instructions
Catalogue No.: Component Part-No.
6. Service Information
Comment:
* These documents are part of the training manual
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General
The new single drum rollers BW 216 D-3, BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3, BW 219 DH-3/PDH3 and BW 225 D-
3/PD-3 from BOMAG are mainly further developments of the preceding models BW 219 D-2 and BW
219 DH-2.
These machines have been successfully used over years on construction sites all over the world, espe-
cially in earth work and for the construction of sanitary landfill sites.
High compaction performance and extremely good traction are properties, which are of utmost im-
portance for machines of this type.
All components used in these machines are series production products and are permanently subjected
to stringent quality checks. This ensures a high level of reliability and safety.
As on many other BOMAG products and here particularly on the large single drum rollers of the new
generation, we have also with these machines made a decision in favour of the approved drive system
with diesel engine (water cooled) and hydrostatic drive. Hydrostatic drives transfer the output power of
the diesel engine directly to the drum, the drive wheels and the steering cylinder.
Drum and drive wheels are driven by fast rotating hydraulic motors and reduction gear (drum) or axle
(drive wheels).
On construction equipment the work place of the operator is of utmost importance. Under such operating
conditions the health and safety of the operator must be treated with top priority.
The cabin is very spacious and clearly layed out. The operator's seat is very comfortable and can be
individually adjusted for every operator, even to the weight.
All controls and gauges are within the reach and the field of vison of the operator.
A monitoring board with light emitting diodes and easy to understand pictograms informs the operator
about any faults occurring during operation. The operator is therefore always informed about the condi-
tion of the machine.
The generously dimensioned windows in the cabin with windscreen wiper and washer systems for front
and rear windscreens allow excellent view to all directions.
strong ROPS/FOPS according to SAE standard
wear free service brake due to the closed hydraulic travel circuits
multi-disc brakes in the planetary drives working as parking and emergency brakes
high stability due to the low centre of gravity and the use of an articulated joint
operational safety due to the use of monitoring boards for all important system data
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automatic engine shut down at too high coolant temperature, too low hydraulic oil level (when rea-
ching the lowest level the engine will be shut down after 20 seconds) and too low engine oil pressure.
The single drum rollers BW 216 D-3, BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3, BW 219 DH-3/PDH3 and BW 225 D-3/PD-
3 are very well designed down to the smallest detail, suitable for the tough requirements on large scale
construction sites all over the world.
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List of components
Fig. 1 Position of important service points
1 Drum drive motor 13 Vibration pump
2 Reduction gear 14 Travel pump
3 Vibration motor 15 Hand pump for hood
4 Articulated joint 16 Hydraulic oil filter
5 Hydraulic oil cooler 17 Starter
6 Radiator 18 Wheels (with axle and axle drive motor)
7 Fuel filter 19 Generator
8 Pressure accumulator to compensate 20 Radiator blower
vibrations in the steering system 21 Operator's seat
9 Engine oil filter 22 Steering wheel with steering valve
10 Steering/charge pump 23 Drum
11 Fuel pre-filter
12 Deutz engine BF6M 1013 E
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 216 D-3
Type No.: 580 40
Serial numbers from: 101 580 40 0101
Serial numbers up to: 101 580 40 0181
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 137 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2200 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2350+/-100 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 075
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
75 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 172,9 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 25+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 31
Transmission ratio: 45,6
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
50 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
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Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
Displacement stage 2:
40,3 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 42R 041
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
41 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 350+/-50 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: MMF 044
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
44 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 30/36 Hz
Amplitude: 1,8/0,9 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/51
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 65,08
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 2,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 2,8 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 216 D-3
Type No.: 580 40
Serial numbers from: 101 580 40 0182
Serial numbers up to: 101 580 82 1019
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 145 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2300 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2375+/-125 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 075
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
75 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 178,1 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 25+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 31
Transmission ratio: 45,6
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
50 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
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Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
Displacement stage 2:
40,3 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 42R 041
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
41 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 350+/-50 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: MMF 044
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
44 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 30/36 Hz
Amplitude: 1,8/0,9 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/51
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 65,08
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 2,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 2,8 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 216 D-3
Type No.: 580 40
Serial numbers from: 101 580 40 1020
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 137 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2200 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2350+/-100 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 075
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
75 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 178,1 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 25+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 31
Transmission ratio: 45,6
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
50 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
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Displacement stage 2:
40,3 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 42R 041
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
41 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 350+/-50 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Hydromatik
Type: A2FM 45
System: Axial piston-bent axe
Displacement:
45 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 30/36 Hz
Amplitude: 1,8/0,9 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/51
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 65,08
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 2,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 2,8 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 216 DH-3
Type No.: 580 42
Serial numbers from: 101 580 42 0101
Serial numbers up to: 101 580 42 0132
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 137 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2200 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2350+/-100 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 075
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
75 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 172,9 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 25+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 31
Transmission ratio: 45,6
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
31,4 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
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Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
Displacement stage 2:
27,5 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 42R 041
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
41 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 350+/-50 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: MMF 044
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
44 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 30/36 Hz
Amplitude: 1,8/0,9 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/51
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 65,08
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 2,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 2,8 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 216 PDH-3
Type No.: 580 43
Serial numbers from: 101 580 43 0110
Serial numbers up to: 101 580 43 1003
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 137 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2200 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2350+/-100 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 075
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
75 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 178,1 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 25+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 31
Transmission ratio: 45,6
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
31,4 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
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Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
Displacement stage 2:
35,9 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 42R 041
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
41 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 350+/-50 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: MMF 044
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
44 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 30/36 Hz
Amplitude: 1,64/0,82 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/51
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 65,08
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 2,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 2,8 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 216 DH-3
Type No.: 580 42
Serial numbers from: 101 580 42 1003
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 137 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2200 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2350+/-100 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 075
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
75 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 178,1 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 25+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 31
Transmission ratio: 45,6
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
31,4 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
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Displacement stage 2:
27,5 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 42R 041
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
41 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 350+/-50 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Hydromatik
Type: A2FM 45
System: Axial piston-bent axe
Displacement:
45 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 30/36 Hz
Amplitude: 1,8/0,9 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/51
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 65,08
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 2,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 2,8 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 216 PDH-3
Type No.: 580 43
Serial numbers from: 101 580 43 0101
Serial numbers up to: 101 580 43 0109
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 137 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2200 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2350+/-100 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 075
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
75 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 172,9 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 25+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 31
Transmission ratio: 45,6
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
31,4 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
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Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
Displacement stage 2:
35,9 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 42R 041
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
41 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 350+/-50 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: MMF 044
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
44 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 30/36 Hz
Amplitude: 1,64/0,82 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/51
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 65,08
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 2,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 2,8 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 216 PDH-3
Type No.: 580 43
Serial numbers from: 101 580 43 0110
Serial numbers up to: 101 580 43 1003
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 137 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2200 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2350+/-100 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 075
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
75 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 178,1 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 25+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 31
Transmission ratio: 45,6
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
31,4 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
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Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
Displacement stage 2:
35,9 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 42R 041
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
41 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 350+/-50 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: MMF 044
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
44 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 30/36 Hz
Amplitude: 1,64/0,82 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/51
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 65,08
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 2,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 2,8 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 216 PDH-3
Type No.: 580 43
Serial numbers from: 101 580 43 1004
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 145 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2300 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2375+/-125 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 075
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
75 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 178,1 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 25+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 31
Transmission ratio: 45,6
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
31,4 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
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Displacement stage 2:
35,9 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 42R 041
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
41 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 350+/-50 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Hydromatik
Type: A2FM 45
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Displacement:
45 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 30/36 Hz
Amplitude: 1,64/0,82 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/51
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 65,08
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 2,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 2,8 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 219 DH-3
Type No.: 580 50
Serial numbers from: 101 580 50 0101
Serial numbers up to: 101 580 50 0289
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 137 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2200 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2350+/-100 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 100
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
100 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 235 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 29+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 51
Transmission ratio: 73,5
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D160
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
160 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
45,7 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
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Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
Displacement stage 2:
27,5 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 410+/-20 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90M 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 28/35 Hz
Amplitude: 2,14/1,21 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/50
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 65,08
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 2,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 3,1 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 219 DH-3
Type No.: 580 50
Serial numbers from: 101 580 50 0290
Serial numbers up to: 101 580 50 0290
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 137 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2200 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2350+/-100 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 100
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
100 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 235 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 29+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 51
Transmission ratio: 73,5
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
31,4 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
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Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
Displacement stage 2:
27,5 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 410+/-20 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90M 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 28/35 Hz
Amplitude: 2,14/1,21 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/55
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 93,74
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 3,5 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 3,1 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 219 DH-3
Type No.: 580 50
Serial numbers from: 101 580 50 0291
Serial numbers up to: 101 580 50 0293
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 137 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2200 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2350+/-100 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 100
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
100 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 235 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 29+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 51
Transmission ratio: 73,5
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D160
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
160 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
45,7 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
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Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
Displacement stage 2:
27,5 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 410+/-20 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90M 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 28/35 Hz
Amplitude: 2,14/1,21 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/50
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 65,08
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 2,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 3,1 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 219 DH-3
Type No.: 580 50
Serial numbers from: 101 580 50 1001
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 145 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2300 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2375+/-125 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 100
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
100 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 237,5 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 29+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 51
Transmission ratio: 73,5
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D160
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
160 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
45,7 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
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Displacement stage 2:
27,5 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 410+/-20 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90M 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 28/35 Hz
Amplitude: 2,14/1,21 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/55
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 93,74
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 3,5 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 3,1 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 219 PDH-3
Type No.: 580 51
Serial numbers from: 101 580 51 0101
Serial numbers up to: 101 580 51 0120
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 137 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2200 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2350+/-100 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 100
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
100 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 235 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 29+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 51
Transmission ratio: 73,5
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D160
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
160 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
45,7 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
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Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
Displacement stage 2:
44 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 410+/-20 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90M 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 28/35 Hz
Amplitude: 1,9/1,14 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/50
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 65,08
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 2,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 3,1 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 219 PDH-3
Type No.: 580 51
Serial numbers from: 101 580 51 1001
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 145 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2300 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2375+/-125 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 100
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
100 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 237,5 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 29+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 51
Transmission ratio: 73,5
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
31,4 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
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Displacement stage 2:
44 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 410+/-20 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90M 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 28/35 Hz
Amplitude: 1,9/1,14 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/55
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 93,74
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 3,5 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 3,1 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 225 D-3
Type No.: 580 60
Serial numbers from: 101 580 60 0101
Serial numbers up to: 101 580 60 0119
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 137 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2200 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2350+/-100 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 100
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
100 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 235 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 29+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 51
Transmission ratio: 73,5
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
31,4 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
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Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
Displacement stage 2:
44 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 365+/-65 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90M 075
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
75 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 26/26 Hz
Amplitude: 2,0/1,1 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/50
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 65,08
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 2,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 3,1 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 225 D-3
Type No.: 580 60
Serial numbers from: 101 580 60 1001
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 145 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2300 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2375+/-125 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 100
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
100 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 237,5 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 29+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 51
Transmission ratio: 73,5
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
31,4 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
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Displacement stage 2:
44 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 365+/-65 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90M 075
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
75 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 26/26 Hz
Amplitude: 2,0/1,1 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/55
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 93,74
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 3,5 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 3,1 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 225 PD-3
Type No.: 580 61
Serial numbers from: 101 580 61 0101
Serial numbers up to: 101 580 61 0101
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 137 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2200 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2350+/-100 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 100
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
100 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 235 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 29+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 51
Transmission ratio: 73,5
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
31,4 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
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Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
Displacement stage 2:
44 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 365+/-65 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90M 075
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
75 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 26/26 Hz
Amplitude: 2,2/1,25 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/50
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 65,08
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 2,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 3,1 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
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Status: 2001-07-09
Product type: BW 225 PD-3
Type No.: 580 61
Serial numbers from: 101 580 61 1001
Engine:
Manufacturer: Deutz
Type: BF6M1013E
Combustion principle: 4-stroke-Diesel
Cooling: Water
Number of cylinders: 6
Power acc. to ISO 9249: 145 kW
Power data at nominal speed of: 2300 U/min
Low idle speed: 850+/-150 U/min
High idle speed: 2375+/-125 U/min
Spec. fuel consumption: 228 g/kWh
Valve clearance, inlet: 0,3 mm
Valve clearance, outlet: 0,5 mm
Opening pressure, injection valves: 250 bar
Starter voltage: 12 V
Starter power: 3,1 kW
Travel pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 100
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
100 cm
3
/U
Max. flow ratio: 237,5 l/min
High pressure limiation: 435 +/-15 bar
Charge pressure, high idle: 29+/-1 bar
Reduction gear, drum:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: CR 51
Transmission ratio: 73,5
Travel motor, rear:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51D110
System: Axial piston-bent axle
Max. displacement (stage 1):
110 cm
3
/U
Min. displacement (stage 2):
31,4 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Drum drive:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 51C 110
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement stage 1:
110 cm
3
/U
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Displacement stage 2:
44 cm
3
/U
Perm. leak oil quantity: 2 l/min
Vibration pump:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90R 055
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Max. displacement:
55 cm
3
/U
Starting pressure: 365+/-65 bar
Operating pressure, soil dependent: ca.100 bar
Vibration motor:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: 90M 075
System: Axial piston-swash plate
Displacement:
75 cm
3
/U
Frequency: 26/26 Hz
Amplitude: 2,2/1,25 mm
Steering and charge pump:
Manufacturer: Bosch
Type: HY/ZFS11/16
System: Gear pump
Displacement:
16 cm
3
/U
Max. steering pressure: 225+/-15 bar
Steering valve:
Manufacturer: Sauer-Danfoss
Type: OSPC 500 ON
System: Rotary valve
Rear axle:
Manufacturer: Dana
Type: CHC 193/55
Differential: No-Spin
Degree of locking: 100 %
Reduction ratio: 93,74
Filling capacities:
Engine coolant: 20 l (50% Water, 50% Anti-freeze agent on
Ethane-diol-basis)
Engine oil: 20 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Hydraulic oil: 60 l (HVLP 46 VI 150)
Vibration bearing housing: 2x 1,8 l (SAE 15W-40, API SJ/CF)
Rear axle: 11 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle wheel hubs: 3,5 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Rear axle, transmission: 1,9 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
Reduction gear, drum: 3,1 l (SAE 90 EP, API GL 5)
AC refrigerant: 1100 g (R 134a)
Compressor oil (filling the system): 100 ml (PAG l)
Service Training
BW 216 D-3, BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3
BW 219 DH-3/PDH-3, BW 225 D-3/PD-3 - C 1 -
Maintenance
Single drum rollers are heavy-duty machines for extremely difficult applications in earthwork. To be able
to meet these demands the machine must always be ready to be loaded up to its limits. Apart from this
all safety installations must always be fully functional.
Thorough maintenance of the machine is therefore mandatory. It not only guarantees a remarkably
higher functional safety, but also prolongs the lifetime of the machine and of important components.
The time required for thorough maintenance is only minor when being compared with the malfunctions
and faults that may occur if these instructions are not observed.
The maintenance intervals are given in operating hours. It is quite obvious that with each maintenance
interval all the work for shorter preceding intervals must also be performed. During the 2000 hour
interval you must also perform the maintenance work for the 250, 500 and 1000 hour intervals.
It should also be clear, that with the 2500 hours interval only the work for the 10, 250 and 500 hour
intervals must be performed.
For maintenance work you must only use the fuels and lubricants mentioned in the table of fuels and
lubricants (oils, fuels, grease etc.).
Please refer to the operating and maintenance instructions for the individual maintenance intervals and
the description of the individual maintenance tasks.
Service Training
BW 216 D-3, BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3
BW 219 DH-3/PDH-3, BW 225 D-3/PD-3 - C 2 -
Maintenance table
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Change the engine oil filter X
Change the engine oil X
Check, adjust the valve clearance X
Tighten all screw connections on intake
and exhaust manifold, oil sump and engine
mounts
X
Tighten the screw connections on the
machine
X
Tighten the fastening screws for the wheels X
Change the oil in the drive axle X
Change the oil in the planetary drives X
Change the oil in the axle reduction gear X
Change the oil in the drum drive reduction
gear
X
Change the oil in the vibration housings see note X X X
Check the engine oil level Dipstick mark X X X X X X
Check the water separator X X X X X X
Check the fuel level approx. 340 l X X X X X X
Check the hydraulic oil level Inspection glass X X X X X X
Check the coolant level X X X X X X
Grease the articulated joint High press. grease X X X X X
Check the tire pressure 1.1 bar X X X X X
Adjust the scrapers X X X X X
Retighten the screws on the articulated
joint
X X X X
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Maintenance work
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the V-belts
X X X X
Check, clean cooling fins on radiator and
hydraulic oil cooler
X X X X
Check the oil level in the drive axle X X X X
Check the oil level in the axle reduction
gear
X X X X
Check the oil level in the planetary drive X X X X
Check the oil level in the vibration bearings X X X X
Check the oil level in the drum drive reduc-
tion gear
X X X X
Change the engine oil min. 1 x year X X X
Change the engine oil filter cartridge X X X
Drain the fuel tank sludge X X X
Service the battery Pole grease X X X
Check and adjust the valve clearance
(when engine is cold)
Intake = 0.3 mm
Exhaust = 0.5 mm
X X
Change the fuel prefilter cartridge X X
Change the fuel filter element X X
Change the oil in the drive axle min. 1 x year X X
Change the oil in the planetary drives min. 1 x year X X
Change the oil in the axle reduction gear min. 1 x year X X
Change the oil in the vibration bearings min. 1 x year X X
Check the fastening elements on the
engine
X X
Check the fastening on axle and frame X X
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Note:
When changing filters use only the original filters specified in the spare parts catalogue for this machine.
The use of incorrect filters (e.g. insufficient pressure resistance) can lead to severe damage on engine
or hydraulic components.
The coolant for the water cooled engine must always be mixed with 40 to 50% of anti-freeze additive
(even under hot environmental conditions) as a preventive measure against corrosion and cavitation.
However, the additive proportion must not exceed 60%, since this would have an adverse effect on the
cooling ability of the coolant.
Oil change intervals in the vibration housings: after 50 h, after 500 h, after 1000 h and then every 1000 h.
Maintenance work
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Check the ROPS X X X
Change hydraulic oil and breather filter min. every 2 years X X
Change the hydraulic oil filter min. every 2 years
and after repairs in
the hydraulic
system
X X
Change the coolant min. every 2 years X X
Clean, change the dry air filter element min, 1 x year,
safety cartridge
min. every 2 years
X
Adjust the parking brake X
Change the tires X
Change the fresh air filter for the cabin X
Retighten the screw connections Observe the tighte-
ning torques
X
Engine conservation Before shutting the
engine down for a
longer period of
time
X
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Deutz Diesel engine
All single drum rollers BW 216 D-3, BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3, BW 219 DH-3/PDH3 and BW 225 D-3/PD-3
are powered by water cooled Deutz diesel engines of the latest product range BF6M1013E.
This engine is characterized by the following positive features:
short and compact design,
low noise level,
almost vibration-free running,
low fuel consumption,
high power reserves and
good access to all service points.
Crankcase and cylinders of this engine are made of alloyed cast iron. This provides rigidness and
ensures high wear resistance.
The engines are fitted with wet cylinder liners, which allows simple replacement in case of repairs.
The forged steel conrod is fitted with a compensation weight near the conrod bearing seat. This weight
compensates manufacturing tolerances with respect to weight and centre of gravity.
The pistons are made of an aluminium alloy. The combustion trough has side walls which slant 10
inwards and is slightly offset with respect to the centre of the piston. All pistons are fitted with three piston
rings and a cast iron ring carrier for the first ring. The pistons are cooled by an oil spray.
The forged crankshaft is fitted with integrated counter-weights.
The block-type cylinder head is made of cast iron. Each of the cylinders has one intake and one exhaust
valve. The valve guides are shrunk into the cylinder. The valve seat rings are made of high quality steel
and shrunk fitted.
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Service side
Fig. 1: Service side BF6M1013E
1 Oil filler plug 8 Fuel pump
2 Valve, boost fuel 9 Engine mounts
3 Engine solenoid 10 Fuel filter
4 Oil pressure switch 11 Lubrication oil filter
5 Radiator blower 12 Oil sump
6 Coolant pump 13 Dipstick
7 V-belt pulley 14 Steering/charge pump
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
13
14
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Starter side
Fig. 2: Starter side
1 Flywheel
2 Earth cable
3 Starter
4 Turbo charger
5 Generator
6 Coolant temperature switch
1
2
3
4
5
6
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Lubrication oil circuit
Fig. 3: Lubrication oil circuit
1 Oil pan 12 Spray nozzle for piston cooling
2 Turbocharger return to crankcase 13 Camshaft bearing
3 Turbo charger 14 Main oil gallery
4 Oil line to turbo charger 15 Lubrication oil cooler
5 Line to mass balancing gear (2 x) 16 Lubrication oil pump
6 Oil pressure sensor 17 Pressure relief valve
7 Tappet with pulse lubrication 18 Back leak fuel valve
8 Push rod, oil supply to rocker arms 19 Lubrication oil filter
9 Line to spray nozzle 20 Suction line
10 Rocker arm 21 Crankshaft bearing
11 Return line to oil sump 22 Conrod bearing
1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
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Coolant circuit
Fig. 4: Coolant circuit
1 Radiator
2 To radiator
3 From radiator
4 Coolant oil pump
5 Lubrication oil cooler
6 Cylinder cooling
7 Cylinder head cooling
8 Vent connection from cylinder head to heat exchanger
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
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Checking and adjusting the valve clearance
Too big or too small valve clearance can cause failure of the engine as a result of mechanical and ther-
mal overloads. The valve clearance must therefore be checked and, if necessary, adjusted at the inter-
vals specified in the operating and maintenance instructions.
Note:
The valve clearance must be checked and adjusted when the engine is cold.
Inlet valve = 0.3 mm
Exhaust valve = 0.5 mm
Turn the crankshaft until both valves on cylinder 1 are overlapping (exhaust valve not yet closed, inlet
valve starts to open).
Check and adjust the valve clearance by following the adjustment schematic, black marking. For con-
trol purposes mark the respective rocker arm with chalk.
Fig. 5: Crankshaft position 1
Flywheel
side
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Turn the crankshaft one full rotation (360) further.
Fig. 6: Crankshaft position 2
Check and adjust the valve clearance by following the adjustment schematic, black marking.
Flywheel
side
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Plug-in injection pump
Deutz diesel engines of series 1013 are equipped with Bosch single injection pumps of series PF 33.
With the single injection pump concept it is possible to realize high injection pressures in conjunction
with extremely short injection lines, a prerequisite for a high hydraulic stiffness of the injection system.
This in turn establishes the basis for achieving low exhaust emission levels (soot) together with a low
fuel consumption.
The single injection pumps come with the following dimensions:
Stroke 12 mm
Diameter 9 mm
A snubber valve ( 0.7 mm) after the pressure valve prevents cavitation in the injection lines under high
pressure and during the secondary injection of the injectors.
The constant-volume relief volume is 50 mm.
Assembly of single injection pumps
The setting of the commencement of injection pump delivery (COD) has an effect on the
fuel consumption,
the power output and
the exhaust emission
of the engine.
On engines of series 1012 the commencement of delivery is set without any tolerance. The commence-
ment of delivery is indicated in degree of crank angle before top dead centre (TDC) of the piston and
depends on the application, power and speed of the engine.
The injection pump starts to deliver when the plunger is just about to close off the inlet port in the plunger
barrel.
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On engines with in-line injection pumps the flywheel is turned to commencement of delivery (COD) po-
sition and the closing of the fuel inlet port in the injection pump plunger is determined with a high-pres-
sure pump. Any tolerances are compensated at the coupling of the injection pump drive, with the
injection pump camshaft being turned to commencement of delivery position, relatively to the stationary
flywheel.
Since the injection pump cams on engines of series 1012 are located on the engine camshaft, the pre-
vious method for setting the commencement of delivery is no longer applicable.
The commencement of injection pump delivery must therefore be set using a different method.
The conventional setting method consists of length measurememnts for individual components and
arithmetic steps.
The permissible manufacturing tolerances of the components
crankcase with integrated cylinder liners,
camshaft,
roller tappet and
single injection pump
are determined and eliminated by setting the commencement of delivery.
In all cases, which are of interest for BOMAG mechanics, the engines are not completely overhauled,
but individual injection pumps are replaced.
Crankcase, camshaft and roller tappets remain unchanged.
This results in a certain installation measurement for the for the engine drive, which is mentioned on the
engine type plate.
This measurement can be found in the column EP as CODE for each cylinder.
Note:
When replacing an injection nozzle you must also replace the corresponding high pressure line to the
injection nozzle.
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Determining the shim thickness for replacement of single injection pump
For the replacement of single injection pumps without any alterations to the crankshaft assembly of the
engine, a simplified method can be applied to determine the thickness of the required shim. The column
EP on the engine type plate contains a code for the injection pump of each cylinder.
Fig. 7: Injection pump code BFM 1013
With the help of the EP-code the correct installation dimension Ek can be taken from table 1.
397
Each line represents 1 cylinder
e.g. 1st cell = cylinder 1
2nd cell = cylinder 2 etc.
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E
k
(mm) = correct injection pump dimension determined with the EP-code from the engine type plate
acocrding to table 1
E
K
(mm)
EP
code
E
K
(mm)
EP
code
E
K
(mm)
EP
code
E
K
(mm)
EP
code
E
K
(mm)
EP
code
144.5
144.525
144.55
144.575
145.1
145.125
145.15
145.175
145.7
145.725
145.75
145.775
349
350
351
352
146.3
146.325
146.35
146.375
373
374
375
376
146.9
146.925
146.95
146.975
397
398
399
400
144.6
144.625
144.65
144.675
145.2
145.225
145.25
145.275
145.8
145.825
145.85
145.875
353
354
355
356
146.4
146.425
146.45
146.475
377
378
379
380
147.0
147.025
147.05
147.075
401
144.7
144.725
144.75
144.775
145.3
145.325
145.35
145.375
335
336
145.9
145.925
145.95
145.975
357
358
359
360
146.5
146.525
146.55
146.575
381
382
383
384
147.1
147.125
147.15
147.175
144.8
144.825
144.85
144.875
145.4
145.425
145.45
145.475
337
338
339
340
146.0
146.025
146.05
146.075
361
362
363
364
146.6
146.625
146.65
146.675
385
386
387
388
147.2
147.225
147.25
147.275
144.9
144.925
144.95
144.975
145.5
145.525
145.55
145.575
341
342
343
344
146.1
146.125
146.15
146.175
365
366
367
368
146.7
146.725
146.75
146.775
389
390
391
392
147.3
147.325
147.35
147.375
145.0
145.025
145.05
145.075
145.6
145.625
145.65
145.675
345
346
347
348
146.2
146.225
146.25
146.275
369
370
371
372
146.8
146.825
146.85
146.875
393
394
395
396
147.4
147.425
147.45
147.475
Table 1: Injection pumpe code BFM 1013
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During the manufacturing process of the single injection pump, closing of the fuel inlet port is determined
with the high pressure method. In this position - commencement of delivery position of the injection
pump plunger - the distance is measured between pump contact surface and tappet foot contact sur-
face.
The measurement A is written with an electric pen on the pump in 1/100 of a mm.
Fig. 8: Marking of plunger code
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Fig. 9: Plugin injection pump
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The dimension A indicates by how many 1/100 of a mm the distance between contact surface of crank-
case and tappet foot exceeds the hydraulic standard dimension L
o
..
Fig. 10: Representation of measurement A
L
o
= 119 mm - BFM 1012
L
o
= 143 mm - BFM 1013
A = XXX
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Fig. 11: Crankshaft assembly in commencement of delivery position after determination of T
s

The single injection pump is now frictionally and rigidly connected with the crankshaft assembly in com-
mencement of delivery position by inserting a calibrated shim Z.
The illustration shows that there is a distance Ts between injection pump tappet foot and roller tappet,
which can be calculated as follows:
E
k
- (L
o
+ A/100)
This distance must be compensated by shim Z of calculated thickness.
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For the determination of the theoretical shim thickness T
s
it is therefore necessary to determine the
measurement L
o
+ A/100 of the new injection pump.
This measurement must be subtracted from the corrected injection pump measurement E
k
.
T
s
= E
k
- (Lo + A/100) [mm]
The actual thickness of the compensation shim S
s
is determined according to table 2.
Theor. thickness
T
s

(mm)
Shim
thickness
S
s

(mm)
Theor.
thickness
T
s

(mm)
Shim
thickness
S
s

(mm)
0.95 - 1.049
1.05 - 1.149
1.15 - 1.249
1.25 - 1.349
1.35 - 1.449
1.45 - 1.549
1.55 - 1.649
1.65 - 1.749
1.75 - 1.849
1.85 - 1.949
1.95 - 2.049
2.05 - 2.149
2.15 - 2.249
2.25 - 2.349
2.35 - 2.449
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.45 - 2.549
2.55 - 2.649
2.65 - 2.749
2.75 - 2.849
2.85 - 2.949
2.95 - 3.049
3.05 - 3.149
3.15 - 3.249
3.25 - 3.349
3.35 - 3.449
3.45 - 3.549
3.55 - 3.649
3.65 - 3.749
3.75 - 3.850
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
3.0
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
Table 2:
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Calculation example for BFL 1013:
EP-Code on engine type plate: 397
see table 1
corrected injection pump measurement E
k
: 146.9 mm
Lo = 143 mm (fixed measurement)
Value for A/100 on new injection pump A/100 = 133
T
s
= E
k
- (L
o
+ A/100)
T
s
= 146.9 mm - (143 mm + 133/100 mm)
T
s
= 2.57 mm
see table 2
S
s
= 2.6 mm
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Installation of the plug-in injection pumps into the crankcase
Note:
Because of the high pressures any injection line that has been disassembled must be replaced.
To obtain uniform delivery of the single injection pumps, all pumps must be installed in a specific position
relative to each other.
with governor installed - in case of replacement
To set the injection pump control rod to stop position use a special tool (Deutz-no. 100 830). This tool
must be inserted into the receiving bore of the shut-down solenoid.
The roller tappet of every single injection pump must be turned on the cam base circle. Turn the injection
pump linkage lever to the middle of its travel and insert the single injection pump so that the linkage lever
can be introduced into the notch of the control rod. Preload the flange screws of the single injection
pump - chamfer pointing towards injection pump body - with 5 Nm. Thereafter the screws are slackened
by 60. Use a torque wrench with drag indicator and special tool adapter to determine the friction torque
M
r
is determined by turning every injection pump anti-clockwise until stop. The injection pumps are tur-
ned with the relevant M
r
+ 1 Nm anti-clockwise so that all of them rest against the control rod notch in
the same position, i.e. the linkage levers of all injection pumps now rest equally against the control rod
notches with 1 Nm. Then tighten all flange screws in steps with
7 Nm
10 Nm
30 Nm
Note:
After installation of each single injection pump the control rod must be checked for free movement
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Fig. 12: Setting uniform fuel delivery of single injection pumps
1 Special tool (with governor removed)
2 Timing chest cover
3 Control rod guide
4 Special tool adapter + torque wrench
5 Linkage lever for injection pump
6 Notch of control rod
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Control rod travel
With the governor removed, the control rod is always pressed out by the compression spring to boost
fuel position.
With the single injection pumps removed the free travel of the control rod must be min. 17 + 0.5 mm.
With the single injection pumps installed, the travel of the control rod Y must be at least 16.8 mm.
The recess dimension X between control rod in stop position and contact face of the governor on the
timing chest cover must be between 0.3 - 1.3 mm.
Note:
It is absolutely necessary to indicate this recess dimension, thus determined when replacing or repairing
the governor.
Fig. 13: Control rod travel
1 Full load + boost fuel X = 0.3 - 1.3 mm = recess dimension
2 Stop position Y = 16.8 mm (fitted injection pump)
3 Compression spring
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Travel system
The travel system of the single drum roller range BW 216 D-3, BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3, BW 219 DH-3/
PDH-3 and BW 225 D-3/PD-3 is a closed hydrostatic circuit. The circuit consists mainly of
the travel pump with control and safety elements,
the drum drive motor,
the reduction gear for the drum drive with integrated multi-disc brake,
the axle drive motor
the charge pump (also for the vibration circuit),
the hydraulic oil filter in the charge circuit
the hydraulic oil cooler in the return flow to the hydraulic oil tank
the pressure resistant hydraulic hoses.
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Thermostatventil
from brake valve
Charge pressre from hydraulic oil filter
Charge pressure to vibration pump
1 Travel pump 3 Charge pressure relief valve
2 Servo control BW 216 = 25 bar
2.1 Orifice BW 219/225 = 29 bar
BW 216 = 0.81 mm 4 Multi-function valve
BW 219/225 = 1.02 mm 5 Axle drive motor
2.2 Orifice 6 Drum drive motor
BW 216 = 0.8 mm
BW 219/225 = 1.0 mm
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Together with the vibration pump and the charge pump the travel pump is connected to a tandem pump
unit. The charge pump, is integrated in the vibration pump.
The travel pump is the first pump section and is directly flanged to the flywheel side of the diesel engine.
The pump delivers the hydraulic oil to the paralle connected motors on drum and on axle. The pressure
in the closed circuit generated by the resistance of the drum and the drive wheels is limited to maximum
425 bar by the high pressure relief valves in the pump.
When the machine is driving the flushing valves in the hydraulic motors for drum drive and axle drive
will flush a certain amount of hydraulic oil out of the closed circuit. This avoids overheating of the closed
travel circuit.
Leakages in the individual travel system components are compensated by the charge circuit via the
boost check valves in the travel pump.
The charge pump inside the vibration pump draws the hydraulic oil from the hydraulic oil tank and deli-
vers it through the hydraulic oil filter to the charge system in the travel pump, to the vibration pump as
well as to the control valves for the brakes (reduction gear for drum drive and planetary wheel drives)
and to the travel speed range selector valves (for drum drive motor and axle drive motor).
The charge circuit has the function to compensate leakages and flushing quantities in the closed travel
and vibration circuits and to provide the required pressure oil for the control of the travel and vibration
pumps, the speed range selection and the actuation (releasing) of the multi-disc brakes in both travel
motors.
On both travel motors it is possible to choose between two different fixed displacements.
This allows to drive the machine at different speed ranges. This reaches from the high speed range
(transport speed without vibration) with both motors running at low displacement, up to the working
speed with both motors working with high displacement.
The motors can, however, also be operated independently from each other (front high displacement
rear low displacement, or vice versa), whereby the machine can be optimally adapted to local soil and
site conditions.
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Travel pump
The travel pump is a Sauer-Sundstrand swash plate operated axial piston pump with variable displace-
ment for hydrostatic drives in closed hydraulic circuits.
Fig. 2 Hydraulic diagram, travel pump
1 Travel pump
2 Control
2.1 Orifice
BW 216 = 0.81 mm
BW 219 / 225 = 1.02 mm
2.2 Orifice
BW 216 = 0.8 mm
BW 219 / 225 = 1.0 mm
3 Charge pressure relief valve
4 Non-return valve
5 Multi-function valves
Fahr_pmp.eps
to - from
travel motor
to - from
travel motor
Charge pressure from hydraulic oil cooler
Charge pressure to vibration pump
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The pump oil flow is proportional to the drive speed (output speed of diesel engine) and the infinitely
variable displacement of the pump.
By actuating the swash plate the pump flow rate can be adjusted from "0" to maximum displacement of
the pump. When altering the swash plate position through the neutral position to the opposite side, the
direction of oil flow will be reversed and the travel direction of the machine will change.
All valves, safety and control elements needed for safe operation of the pump are integrated in the
pump. This, however, does not apply for the charge pump. The charge pump, is integrated in the vibra-
tion pump.
Fig. 3 Travel pump
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Cut through travel pump
Fig. 4 Cross-sectional view of travel pump
1 Retainer for swash plate 7 Swash plate bearing
2 Sliding piston 8 Swash plate guide
3 Control piston 9 Swash plate
4 Servo arm 10 Swashing lever
5 Servo valve 11 Charge pump (only in vibration pump)
6 Feedback unit
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View of roating assembly group
Fig. 5 Travel pump, view of rotating assembly group
1 Working pistons
2 Slipper pad
3 Preloading spring
4 Cylinder block
5 Drive shaft
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Description of function
Fig. 6 Function of travel pump
1 Drive shaft 5 Cylinder block
2 Drive shaft bearing 6 Multi-function valves
3 Swash plate 7 Charge pump (only in vibration pump)
4 Piston with slipper pads 8 Valve plate
The drive shaft (1) is directly driven by the diesel engine via an elastic coupling and in turn drives the
cylinder block (5) via the splines on the drive shaft.
The cylinder block rotates with the drive shaft (1) and carries the working pistons (4). The pistons abut
with their slipper pads against the sliding face of the swash plate (3). If the swash plate is moved out of
neutral to one of the two possible oil flow directions, the working pistons will perform a full stroke during
each rotation of the cylinder block..
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The slipper pads are hydrostatically balanced and a retaining device holds them on the sliding surface
of the swash plate.
During a full rotation of the cylinder block each piston will move through the upper and lower dead cen-
ters back to its initial position. During this movement the pistons perform a full stroke.
During this piston stroke an oil quantity in accordance with the piston area and the length of the stroke
is sucked in through the control slots in the valve plate (8) and forced out again into the pressure hose.
Mechanical - hydraulical displacement control MA
The mechanical - hydraulical displacement control (servo control) converts the mechanical input signal
at the pump control lever (1) into a position controlling output signal. This position controlling signal de-
termines the swashing angle of the swash plate (8) and thereby also the displacement of the travel pump
as well as the swashing direction and therefore obviously also the flow direction of the pressure fluid.
The flow rate produced by the variable displacement pump is proportional to the value of the mechanical
input signal. A mechanical feedback ensures the fixed correlation between the mechanical input signal
and the swashing angle of the swash plate.
A mechanical safety device (spring) makes sure that a too fast movement of the control lever does not
damage the servo control.
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Fig. 7 Tandem pumpe with connections, BW 216
Thermostat
housing
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1 Control solenoid, high frequency (vibration pump)
2 Control solenoid, low frequency (vibration pump)
3 Multi-function valve 425 bar (charging and pressure limitation), travel system
4 Charge pressure port to solenoid valve for brake and speed range,charging of vibration pump
5 Multi-function valve 425 bar (charging and pressure limitation, travel system
6 Adjustment screw, mechanical neutral position
7 Port L, leak oil connection to vibration pump
8 Travel control lever
9 Pressure test ports, pilot pressure
10 High pressure port B, high pressure in reverse
11 Charge pressure relief valve, 25 bar
12 Adjustment screw, low frequency
13 Port L2, leak oil to tank
14 Pressure test port MB, high frequency
15 Pressure test port MA, low frequency
16 High pressure port A, low frequency
17 High pressure port B, high frequency
18 Charge pump (only in vibration pump)
19 Port L2, to drum drive motor 51 C 110 (flushing)
20 Adjustment screw, high frequency
21 Port D, charge pressure to filter
22 Multi-function valve 370 bar (charging and pressure limitation), vibration high frequency
23 Port S, suction line between haydraulic oil tank and charge pump
24 Multi-function valve 370 bar (charging and pressure limitation), vibration low frequency
25 Charge pressure relief valve, vibration pump (blocked)
26 Port E, charge oil from travel pump
27 Port L1, leak oil connection to travel pump
28 Pressure test port MB, high pressure reverse
29 Charge oil from filter
30 Pressure test port MA, high pressure forward
31 High pressure port A, high pressure forward
32 Port C, connection from solenoid valve for brake/speed range selector
33 Leak oil port D, leak oil from axle drive motor
34 Leak oil port A, leak oil from travel pump
35 Leak oil port G, leak oil from drum drive motor
36 Leak oil port F, leak oil from vibration motor
37 Leak oil port B, leak oil to oil cooler
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Fig. 8 Tandem pumpe with connections, BW 219 / BW 225
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1 Travel pump
2 Multi-function valve 425 bar (boost check valve and pressure relief valve), travel system
3 Adjustment screw, mechanical neutral position, travel pump
4 Charge port to vibration pump and connection P to solenoid valve, speed range selector
5 Multi-function valve 425 bar (boost check valve and pressure relief valve), travel system
6 Multi-function valve 425 bar (boost check valve and pressure relief valve), vibration system
7 Multi-function valve 425 bar (boost check valve and pressure relief valve), vibration system
8 Port L, leak oil from travel pump
9 Port D, charge pressure to hydraulic oil filter
10 Port E, charge pressure from travel pump (charging system)
11 Adjustment screw, frequency
12 Adjustment screw, mechanical neutral position, vibration pump
13 Pressure test port MB, high pressure travel system
14 Charge port, from hydraulic oil filter
15 High pressure port B, to axle drive motor, left
16 High pressure port B, to drum drive motor, rear
17 Port L, leak oil to drum drive motor
18 Vibration pump
19 Charge pressure relief valvbe, blocked, vibration pump
20 Pressure test port MB, high pressure, vibration system
21 Port L, leak oil to tank port A
22 Port L, connection to vibration pump
23 High pressure port A, to drum drive motor, front
24 High pressure port A, to axle drive motor, right
25 Pressure test port MA, high pressure travel system
26 Charge pressure relief valve, 25 bar
27 Adjustment screw, frequency
28 Port S, suction line from hydraulic oil tank, internal charge pump
29 High pressure port A, vibration
30 Pressure test port MA, high pressure vibration system
31 High pressure port B, vibration
32 Internal charge pump
33 Port C, connection to solenoid valve for brake/speed range selector
34 Leak oil port D, leak oil from axle drive motor
35 Leak oil port A, leak oil from travel pump
36 Leak oil port G, leak oil from drum drive motor
37 Leak oil port F, leak oil from vibration motor
38 Leak oil port C, leak oil to oil cooler
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Benefits and particularities of the control unit
Fig. 9 Displacement control
1 4/3-way valve
2 Control lever
3 Neutral position spring
4 Orifice (0.8 mm)
5 Non-return valve
The displacement of the pump can be altered with the travel lever via the travel control cable and the
pump control lever. This requires only little force and only a little movement of the lever.
Fig. 10 Cross-section of servo control
The mechanical safety feature of the control allows rapid changes of the input signal.
The extremely accurate fits are the prerequisite for the precise transmission of the input signal.
Servo1.eps
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Servo control
The servo control (mechanical - hydraulical displacement control) converts the mechanical input signal
from the pump control lever into a position controlling output signal. This position controlling signal
determines the swashing angle of the swash plate (the displacement of the pump), as well as the supply
direction (flow direction of pressure fluid).
The oil quantity delivered by the pump is proportional to the value of the mechanical input signal. A me-
chanical feedback device ensures the correct correlation between mechanical input signal and swa-
shing angle of the swash plate (displacement of pump).
Fig. 11 Control piston
1 Adjustment screw for mechanical neutral position
2 Pressure spring
3 Control piston
4 Control pin receptacle
A mechanical lock (spring) makes sure that a too fast lever movement will not cause any damage to the
servo control.
The pump displacement can be altered by operating the pump control lever via the travel control lever
and the travel control cable. This requires only very little forces and only a slight movement of the lever.
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Due to the spring centring of the control the swash plate will automatically return to neutral position, in-
terrupt the oil flow and brake the machine under the following conditions:
when shutting the engine down,
if the external control cable comes loose,
if the charge pressure fails.
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Multi-function valves
High pressure limitation
The pumps of the series 90 are equipped with a sequential valve, which will activate a pressure override
and a pressure relief valve, one after the other.
Once the preadjusted pressure value is reached, the pressure override valve will move the swash plate
very quickly back towards neutral position, thereby limiting the system pressure. The average response
time is less than 90 ms.
In case of a very sudden pressure increase (pressure peaks) the system uses the function of the pres-
sure relief valve to protect the system. In such an instance the pressure override valve works as a pilot
control for the piston of the pressure relief valve. The pressure relief valve, the pressure setting of which
is higher than the pressure setting of the pressure override valve, is only used if the pressure override
is not able to destroke the pump quickly enough in case of sudden pressure peaks.
Pressure override valve and high pressure relief valves are all located inside the multi-function valve in
the pump case. This so-called multi-function valve is a further development and a better kind of pressure
limitation.
Fig. 12 Multi-function valves
1 to the control 6 Output shaft
2 Multi-function valve 7 to the servo piston
3 Charge pump 8 to the servo piston
4 Charge pressure relief valve A Port A
5 Pilot pressure relief valves B Port B
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The pressure override function limits the pressure without overheating the system, whereas the high
pressure relief valve cuts off sudden pressure peaks.
Since the pressure relief valve will only respond to very sudden pressure peaks, the development of
heat is limited to only a fraction of time.
Fig. 13 Multi-function valve, details
1 Hydraulic by-pass piston 7 Pressure limitation
2 Spring cup 8 Spring
3 Spring 9 By-pass housing
4 High pressure relief valve 10 By-pass sleeve
5 Valve seat 11 Reduction
6 Non-return valve
Function of the pressure override
If the pressure in the system exceeds the setting of the pressure override valve the pressure fluid will
flow through the pressure valve (A) and through a restriction in the control piston into the passage (B)
and allows the pressure on the servo side to increase. Here the pressure is normally lower.
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The low pressure relief valve in (C) limits this pressure to a suitable level.
The pressure override valve overrides the the signal of the displacement control and causes an equili-
brium of the pressures on both sides of the control piston. The resetting torques of the swash plate chan-
ge the displacement until the system pressure has dropped again down to the adjusted pressure level.
Note:
When installing a multi-function valve it must be tightened with a torque of 15 Nm!
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Charge pressure relief valve
The charge pressure relief valve is a fixed, direct acting valve and is part of the group of safety elements
in a closed hydraulic cuircuit. This valve limits the pressure in the charge circuit to the value determined
by the setting of this valve (approx. 29 bar).
The charge circuit has the function to compensate leakages and flushing quantities in the closed travel
and vibration circuits and to provide the required pressure oil for the control of the travel and vibration
pumps, the speed range selection and the actuation of the multi-disc brakes in the travel drives.
Since the entry of cooled and filtered oil is only possible in the low pressure side of a closed hydraulic
circuit, the pressure in the low pressure side is almost identical with the charge pressure.
When the machine is parked on level ground with the engine running, both sides of the closed travel
circuit will be under charge pressure.
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Axle drive motor
The axle drive motor is a swash plate operated Sauer-Sundstrand axial piston motor (series 51 D 110)
with variable displacement.
Fig. 14 Axial piston motor
1 Min. swashing angle adjustment screw
2 Cylinder block
3 Synchronisation joint
4 Drive shaft
5 Tapered roller bearings
6 Working piustons
7 Control
8 Pressure relief valve
9 Control piston
10 Valve plate
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The motor can be controlled between two fixed displacements. This changes the angle between the cy-
linder block and the output shaft.
With a big swashing angle the motor works with maximum displacement, slow speed and high torque.
When changing the swash plate position to minimum angle the motor will work with minimum displace-
ment, high speed and low torque.
The displacement is changed by a control piston, which is connected with the valve segment. The dis-
placement is changed by guiding oil from the charge circuit via a 4/2-way solenoid valve to the respec-
tive control piston side.
Function
The motor is connected to the travel pump via the high pressure ports A and B. The high pressure hy-
draulic oil flows through the respective high pressure port to the back of the working pistons. Since these
pistons are arranged under an angle to the output shaft, the pressurized pistons will perform a stroke
and cause the rotation of the connected output shaft.
Once the respective piston has exceeded its dead center (max. outstroke position), it will change over
to the low pressure side. As the rotation continues, the piston will move back into the cylinder. This pres-
ses the oil out of the cylinder chamber through the low pressure side back to the pump.
The synchronizing shaft with spherical rollers ensures even rotation of the output shaft and the cylinder
block. The ball joints of each piston run in journal bearings, which are press-fitted in the output shaft.
For the connection of the output shaft to the pistons no other parts are required. The output shaft is run-
ning in two tapered roller bearings.
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Drum drive motor with reduction gear
Fig. 15 Planetary gear CR 31 BW 216 D-3
1 Travel motor 6 Sun gear
2 Tapered roller bearing 7 Planet carrier
3 Spur wheel 8 Brake discs
4 Hollow wheel 9 Mechanical seal
5 Planet wheel 10 Brake piston
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Fig. 16 Planetary gear CR 51 BW216 DH-3/PDH-3, BW 219 und BW 225
1 Travel motor 9 Planet wheel 2. step
2 Brake releasing device 10 Planet wheel 3. step
3 Mounting flange, frame 11 End cover
4 Mechanical seal 12 Planet shaft
5 Oil filler plug 13 Sun gear
6 Housing and mounting flange to drum 14 Brake discs
7 Tapered roller bearing 15 Brake piston
8 Planet wheel 1. step 16 Brake spring
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The drum of the machine is driven by a swash plate operated Sauer axial piston motor of series 51 C
110. The motor is almost identical with the axle drive motor. A detailed description is therefore not ne-
cessary.
The motor is a fast rotating hydraulic motor. Since the output speed of the motor is too high to drive the
drum, the speed is reduced to the required value by a reduction gear.
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Brake control
During operation the closed hydrostatic travel circuit has the function of a service brake. When shifting
the travel lever from full forward or reverse to neutral , the travel pump will also be returned to neutral
position. This reduces the oil flow and brakes the machine hydraulically. When setting the travel lever
to neutral position, the pump will swash back to neutral, the oil supply is stopped and the machine is
hydraulically braked to standstill.
Since slight leakages in the hydraulic circuit cannot be avoided and such leakages can cause creeping
of the machine when it is parked on a slight inclination with the engine running, the machine is additio-
nally fitted with multi-disc brakes in the drum drive and in the rear wheel drives. When engaging the tra-
vel lever in neutral position the multi-disc brakes will close and the machine can be stopped on a slope
with the engine running without the risk of rolling back.
These parking brakes can, however, also be operated via a 3/2-way solenoid valve. If the solenoid is
deenergized the multi-disc brakes in the travel drives are unloaded. The charge oil supply is interrupted
and the oil from the brake housings flows as leakage oil back to the tank.
If the brake solenoid valve is supplied with current while the engine is running and the brake is released,
the brake line to the tank is interrupted and the oil will flow from the charge circuit to the brake pistons.
The oil pressure acts against the spring pressure of the brake spring and relieves the brake discs.
Fig. 17 Manual brake releasing device
Brake releasing device
in operation position
Brake releasing device
in position brake manually
released
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Flushing valve
Fig. 18 Flushing valve
1 Flushing pressure relief valve
2 Adjustment spring for flushing spool
3 Flushing spool
Both axle drive and wheel drive motors are fitted with integrated flushing valves. The flushing valve has
the function to release a certain amount of oil from the low pressure side of the closed circuit as soon
as the pressure increases in one of the sides of the travel circuit.
The pressure difference between the two sides of the closed circuit (A and B) operates the valve. If the
pressure increases in one side this higher pressure will move the valve spool out of neutral position,
against the neutral setting spring. Oil can now flow out of the low pressure side. This opil flows through
a thermostat valve back to the tank. The flushed out oil quantity is immediately replaced via the respec-
tive boost check valve (part of the multi-function valve) with oil from the charge circuit.
In this way the closed travel circuit is always provided with cooled and filterd oil and the temperature of
the hydraulic system is maintained at a permissible level.
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Fig. 19 Routing of hoses, travel circuit BW 219 DH-3/PDG-3 / BW 225 D/PD-3
Travel pump
Vibration pump
Hydraulic
oil filter
Rear axle
Axle
motor
Drum drive
motor with
reduction gear
Hydraulic
oil tank
High pressure
Low pressure
Charge pressure
Leak oil
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Fig. 20 Routing of hoses, travel circuit BW 216D-3/DH-3/PDH-3
Travel pump
Vibration pump
Hydraulic
oil filter
Rear axle
Axle drive
motor
Hydraulic
oil tank
Drum drive
motor with
reduction gear
High pressure
Low pressure
Chartge pressure
Leak oil
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Fig. 21 Routing of hoses, brake syystem BW 219 DH-3/PDH-3 / BW 225 D/PD-3
Travel pump
Vibration pump
Brake valve
Rear axle
Drum drive
motor with
reduction gear
Charge pressure
Brake pressure
Leak oil
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Fig. 22 Routing of hoses, brake system BW 216 D-3/DH-3/PDH-3
Travel pump
Vibration pump
Brake valve
Rear axle
Drum drive
motor with
reduction gear
Charge pressure
Brake pressure
Leak oil
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Trouble shooting travel system
The following description of trouble shooting procedures consists of a small selection of possible faults
which may occur during operation of the roller. The list is by no means complete, but the description
should help to become acquainted with systematic trouble shooting.
The problems and trouble shooting steps described in this training manual are identical with the faults
and steps described in the operation and maintenance manual for the machine.
However, in this training manual we have tried to explain the individual steps in more detail, in order to
explain why certain trouble shooting steps are necessary and why certain preparations must be made
before being able to conduct a specific measurement or test.
After this training course the participants should be able to apply the correct trouble shooting steps, even
if the actual fault is not described in this manual.
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The machine moves with the travel lever in NEUTRAL
Check neutral
position Fig. F1
Adjust travel control
cable Fig. F2
Check mechanical 0-
position Fig. F3
OK ?
no
yes
OK ?
Adjust mechanical
0-position Fig. F4
no
OK ?
no
ja
Check the servo
contro Fig. F5
Replace the servo
control
Replace the travel
pump
yes
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Machine does not move (both travel directions) Check he control
cable (torn /
detached)
Replace / attach the
control cable
OK ?
no
yes
OK ? OK ?
Check charge
pressure Fig. F6
OK ?
no
High pressure test
Fig. F9
Check function of steering
or moveability prfen
OK ?
no
yes
yes
Replace
steering/
charge pump
Check charge pressure
relief valve Fig. F7
OK ?
no
yes
OK ?
no
yes
Replace the
charge pressure
relief valve
Check leakage of brake
Fig. F8
Check magnetic coil of
brake valve Fig. F10
OK ?
yes
no
Perform trouble
shooting in the
electric system
Replace the
component after
the disconnection
of which the
charge pressure
value was OK
OK ?
no
yes
Check brake releasing
pressure Fig. F11
OK ?
yes
Mechanical fault on
axle or drum
no
Replace the brake
valve
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Testing of individual parts
Check the drum drive
motor Fig. F12
Pressures
OK ?
yes
no
Check he servo control
Fig. F5
Pressures
OK ?
yes
no
Check axle drive motor /
travel pump Fig. F13
Check drum drive motor
flushing valve (axial piston
motor), Fig. F14
OK ?
no
yes
Replace / repair the drum
drive motor
Replace the
flushing valve
OK ?
no
yes
Replace the servo
control
Replace / repair the travel
pump
Check the axle
motor flushing
valve, Fig F14
OK ?
no
yes
Replace / repair the axle
drive motor
Replace the
flushing valve
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Insufficient travel power, max. speed not reached
Hydraulic oil overheating (> 90C)
Check the engine
speed Fig. F15
Perform trouble shooting
on the engine
Check travel cable for
play / wear
OK ?
no
yes
OK ?
Adjust / replace the
travel cable
no
To continue see Machine
does not drive, starting with
Checking the charge
pressure
yes
Check the thermostat
valve Fig. F16
Replace the
thermostat valve
Check the multi-function
valves Fig. F17
Thermostat
opens ?
no
yes
Heating
of valves ?
Check hoses for
kinks / check
components for
excessive heat
no
Clean / replace the
respective multi-
function valve
yes
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Fig. F1:
Checking the neutral position
With the travel lever in neutral position the machine must not move at all. In this operating condition the
travel pump is centred in neutral and both sides of the closed hydraulic circuit have identical pressure
(charge pressure).
If the machine moves in this condition on level ground, you should perform trouble shooting according
to the following steps.
Set the travel lever to neutral-position.
Detach the travel control cable from the travel pump.
Start the engine (if there is no fault in the travel system the machine must stop).
Check whether bores in ball socket and pump control lever are in line.
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Fig. F2:
Adjusting the travel cable
To adjust the travel control cable slacken the counter nut on the travel cable bracket.
Turn the adjustment nut until the corerct neutral position is reached (bores are in line).
Retighten the counter nut.
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Fig. F3:
Checking the mechanical neutral position
The mechanical neutral position of the travel pump determines the mechanical position of the pump
control piston. This piston is connected with the swash plate and its position determines the position of
the swash plate. If the piston is outside the neutral position, the swash plate will actuate the working
pistons, thereby pumping oil to the travel motors.
Connect both control chambers on the pump control with a hose.
Start the engine.
If the mechanical neutral position is correct, the machine must stop.
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Fig. F4:
Adjusting the mechanical neutral position
If te machine does still move after connecting the control chambers, the mechanical neutral position of
the pump nees to be adjusted.
Connect 600 bar pressure gauegs to the high pressure test ports.
Pull the plug off the brake solenoid valve and block the drum.
Run the engine with maximum speed.
Read the pressure gauges and adjust the mechanical neutral position by turning the adjustment
screw mechanische on the control cyloinder (see illustration), until the pressure readings are identical
on both sides (charge pressure).
For a more accurate reading repeat this test and adjustment procedure with two 60 bar pressure gau-
ges.
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Fig. F5:
Checking the servo control
Remove the servo control.
Check piston and linkage for mobility and wear.
Check the nozzles, clean if necesary.
Replace a defective servo control immediately.
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Fig. F6:
Checking the charge pressure
Connect a 60 bar pressure gauge to the charge pressure test port.
Start the engine and run it with max. speed
Nominal value: BW 216: 25 +/-1 bar;BW 219-225: 29 +/- 1bar .
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Fig. F7:
Checking the charge pressure relief valve
Unscrew the valve and check for dirt and damage.
Replace a defective charge pressure relief valve immediately.
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Fig. F8:
Checking the leakage of the brake
A leakage of the brake can cause a considerable charge pressure drop and thereby avoid opening of
the brake.
Release the brake by shifting the travel lever out of the brake position gate.
Loosen the brake lines to drum drive motor and axle drive one after the other, close them with suita-
ble plugs and repeat the charge pressure test.
Repair the respective component, after the disconnection of which the charge pressure is correct.
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Fig. F9:
Checking the high pressure
Connect 600 bar pressure gauges to the high pressure test ports.
Connect a 60 bar pressure gauge to the charge pressure test port.
Pull the plug off the brake valve and block the drum.
Start the engine and run it with full speed.
Drive the machine against the closed brake by actuating the travel lever for a short time and read the
pressure gauges.
Nominal values: High pressure 435 +/-15 bar,
Charge pressure: BW 216: 25 +/- 1 bar; BW 219-225: 29 +/-1 bar
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Fig. F10:
Checking the magnetic coil of the brake valve
Start the engine and release the brake (shift the travel lever out of the brake position gate).
Measure the applied voltage and the current consumption on the magnetic coil of he solenoid valve.
Nominal value: 12 V / ca. 5 A
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Fig. F11:
Checking the brake releasing pressure
If the brake valve does not open, no oil will flow from the charge circuit to the brakes and the brake discs
cannot be opened.
Install a pressure test port and a 60 bar pressure gauge into the brake line.
Start the engine and release the brake (shift the travel lever out of the brake position gate)
Read tzhe pressure gauge.
Nominal values: BW 216: 25 +/- 1 bar (charge pressure)
BW 219 225: 29 +/- 1 bar (charge pressure)
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Fig. F12:
Checking the drum drive motor
Disconnect the high pressure hoses from the drum drive motor and close them with plugs.
Perform a high pressure test (Fig. 9)
If the nominal pressure values, which were not reached while the motor was still connected, are now
reached, there must be a defect in the drum drive motor. If the pressure values are not reached, the fault
must be in the axle drive motor or inside the travel pump.
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Fig. F13:
Checking the axle drive motor / travel pump
Disconect the high pressure hoses from the travel pump.
Close the ports on the pump with high pressure plugs.
Perform a high pressure test (Fig. F9)
If the pressures are now reached and the drum drive motor is OK, the fault must be inside the axle drive
motor. If the high pressure values are not reached, the fault must be in the pump.
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Fig. F14:
Checking the flushing valves on axle and drum drive motors
In case of a faulty flusing valve a too high oil quantity may be flushed out, so that the chharge circuit will
no longer be able to replace this quantity. The charge pressure will drop and important machine
functions are no longer possible.
Pull the valve spool out of the flushing valve.
Check for mobility and wear.
Replace a defective flushing valve immediately.
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Fig. F15: back to vibration:
Checking the engine speed
Start the engine and run it with max. speed.
Check the engine speed with a suitable measuring instrument (e.g. a digital optical rpm-meter).
Nominal value: 2300 rpm (high idle)
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Fig. F16:
Checking the thermostat valve
If the hydraulic oil heats up to a too high temperature it will loose its lubrication properties, which may
cause damage to important compojnents in the hydraulic system.
In case of a too high hydraulic oil temperature shut down the engine immediately, let the system cool
down and perform trouble shooting. Do not restart the machine before the fault has been eliminated.
Check the function of the thermostat valve as a first measure. Up to a temperature of 60C all leak oil,
flushing oil and return flow quantities are guided back directly to the tank. At a temperature of 60C the
thermostat valve should start to guide hydraulic oil via the hydraulic oil cooler back to the tank.
Feel with your hand whether the hose to the hydraulic oil cooler starts to become warm at a hydraulic
oil temperature of 60C.
If the thermostat valve does not open, it must be replaced immediately.
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Fig. F17:
Checking the multi-function valves
The cross-sections of the high pressure relief valves inside the multi-function valves are very small. Hy-
draulic oil escaping from the high pressure side through the high pressure relief valve (e.g. in case of a
defective pressure override, which is also part of the multi-function valve) will cause immediate overhea-
ting of the hydraulic oil.
Pull the plug off the brake solenoid valve.
Block drum and wheels with suitable chocks.
Start the engine and run it with max. speed.
Shift the travel lever to both directions and check the multi function valves for overheating.
If one of the valves overheats replace or clean it immediately.
Attention ! Tightening torque for multi-function valves 89 Nm
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Vibration
The vibration system on the single drum rollers BW 216 D-3, BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3, BW 219 DH-3/
PDH-3 and BW 225 D-3/PD-3 works with two different frequencies and amplitudes. This allows a perfect
adaptation of the machine to various types of soils and applications.
The vibration drive is a closed hydraulic circuit. The circuit consists of
the vibration pump,
the vibration motor and
the connecting pressure resistance hydraulic hoses.
Fig. 1 Vibration circuit BW 219/BW225
1 Vibration pump
2 Vibration motor
1
2
Leak oil to
thermostat valve
Charge pressure to
hydraulic oil filter
to brake valve
Leak oil to
thermostat valve
Suction line
from hydr.
oil tank
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Fig. 2 Vibration circuit BW 216
1 Vibration pump
2 Vibration motor
Together with the travel pump and the charge pump the vibration pump is connected to a tandem pump
unit. This tandem unit is directly driven by the dieselk engine.
When actuating the 4/3-way solenoid valve on the pump control from neutral position to one of the two
possible switching positions, pilot oil from the charge circuit will be guided to the respective control pi-
ston side. This moves the swash plate inside the pump to the respective side against the end stop and
the pump will start to deliver oil to the vibration motor. The vibration motor starts to run and drives the
vibrator shaft inside the drum.
Leak oil to
thermostat valve
Charge pressure
to hydraulic oil filter
to brake valve
Leak oil to
thermostat valve
Suction line
from hydr.
oil tank
1
2
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When altering the position of the swash plate through the neutral position to the opposite side the oil
flow direction will change and the vibration motor will rotate to the opposite direction.
Since the end stops for the swash plate to both directions are adjusted for different swashing angles,
the angle of the swash plate to the stroke direction of the pistons is also different to both sides. This
angle effects the length of the piston stroke and therefore the actual displacement of the pump.
Large angle = high displacement = high vibrator shaft speedl (frequency)
Small angle = low displacement = low vibrator shaft speed (frequency)
The eccentric weights on the vibrator shaft are fitted with additional change-over weights. Depending
on the sense of the exciter shaft rotation these weights will add to or subtract from the basic weight.
This results in the following constellations:
Basic weight + change-over weight = high amplitude
Basic weight - change-over weight = low amplitude
To allow most effective compaction results the vibration system is designed in such a way, that the high
amplitude works with the low frequency and the low amplitude works with the high frequency.
Fig. 3
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Vibration pump
Similar to the travel pump, the vibration pump is also a swash plate operated Sauer-Sundstrand axial
piston pump with variable displacement for operation in closed hydraulic circuits..
Fig. 4 Vibration pump BW 219 / BW 225
1
2
3
4
5
1 Vibration pump
2 Charge pump
3 Multi-function valves
4 4/3 way solenoid
valve
5 Charge pressure
relief valve (blocked)
Leak oil to
thermostat valve
Charge pressure to
hydraulic oil filter
to brake valve
Suction line
from hydr.
oil tank
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Fig. 5 Vibration pump BW 216
The pump flow rate is proportional to the engine speed and the chosen pump displacement.
When moving the swash plate out of neutral position, the oil flow to the chosen direction will increase
from 0" to maximum oil flow. When altering the swash plate position through the neutral position to the
opposite side, the oil flow will be reversed and the senso of rotation of the vibration motor will change.
All valves and safety elements for the operation of a closed circuit are integrated in the pump.
1 Vibration pump
2 Charge pump
3 Multi function valves
4 4/3 way solenoid
valve
5 Charge pressure
relief valve (blocked)
Leak oil to
thermostat valve
to brake valve
Suction line
from hydr.
oil tank
Charge pressure to
hydraulic oil filter
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Vibration pump, cross-sectional view
Fig. 6 Cross section of vibration pump BW 219 / BW 225
1 Drive shaft
2 Drive shaft bearing
3 Swash plate
4 Piston with slipper pads
5 Cylinder block
6 High pressure relief valve
7 Charge pump
8 Valve plate
The engine drives the drive shaft (1) with the cylinder block (5). The cylinder block carries the working
pistons (4).
The slipper pads abut against the sliding surface of the swash plate while a retaining device holds them
on the sliding surface.
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During each revolution the pistons move through their upper and lower dead centers back to their initial
positions. Between the two dead centers each piston performs a full working stroke. During this stroking
movement oil is sucked in from the low pressure side and pressed out again through the slots in the
valve plate (8) into the high pressure side. The oil quantity depends on the piston area and the length
of the working stroke.
During the suction stroke the oil is drawn into the piston chamber, i.e. the charge pressure in the low
pressure side presses it in. On the opposite side the piston presses it out into the high pressure side of
the closed circuit.
Fig. 7 Cross-sectional view of vibration pump BW 216
Control
The electric-hydraulic displacement control (remote control) converts the electric input signal into a load
dependent output signal. Since the pump is not fitted with a proportional control, but with a 12 Volt so-
lenoid valve, the pump will always be fully actuated to either side.
High pressure protection
Friction-free
swashing
cradle bearings
Control piston
Control
Control valve
Flange
plate
Cylinder-
block
Piston Output shaft
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In order to secure the closed vibration circuit against too high pressures, the vibration pump is fitted with
multi-function valves. The function of these valves is described in the chapter "travel system". A detailed
description is therefore not necessary.
In order to protect the closed vibration circuit against too high pressures the vibration pump is fitted with
high pressure relief valves. The multi-function valves limit this pressure peaks to a value of max. 454
bar (pressure difference between high and low pressure side = 425 bar + charge pressure = 29 bar).
Note:
On the machines BW 216 D-3 and BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3 high pressure relief valves are used instead of
the multi-function valves (see BW 213 DH-3/PDH-3). These valves are adjusted to a pressure of 370
bar.
The screw-type high pressure relief valve cartridges contain also the boost check valves for the closed
vibration circuit. Leakages in the individual travel system components are compensated by the charge
circuit via the boost check valves in the travel pump.
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Charge pump
The charge pump for the travel system and the vibration circuit is arranged inside the housing of the
vibration pump. The pump is an internal gear pump with fixed displacement.
The oil flow generated by the charge pump is joined together with the return flow from the steering valve
just before the hydraulic oil filter and flows through the filter to the boost check valves in the travel pump
and in the vibration pump.
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Vibration motor
The vibration motor is a Sauer-Sundstrand axial piston motor series MMF 044 with fixed displacement
and swash plate design. Since the motor is suitable for pressures from either side, it is perfectly suitable
for closed circuit applications.
The output speed of the motor depends on the oil flow provided by the vibration pump.
Fig. 8 Vibration motor
1 Flushing block
2 Flushing valve
3 Cylinder block
4 Piston with slipper pads
5 Roller bearing for output shaft
6 Radial seal
7 Output shaft
8 Swash plate
9 Retaining plate
10 Tensioning spring
11 Flushing pressure limitation valve
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The drive torque increases with increasing pressure difference between the high and low pressure sides
of the closed circuit.
Reversing the flow direction of the oil reverses also the sense of rotation of the vibration motor.
When the vibration motor is switched on, the motor mustb first accelerate the vibrator shaft from stand-
still to full speed. This resistance causes a hydraulic starting pressure, which is limited to 345 bar by the
respective high pressure relief valve. Once the vibrator shaft has reached its final speed the pressure
will drop to 100 - 150 bar (operating pressure). This pressure is mainly depending on the condition of
the ground (degree of compaction, material etc.).
Hard ground = high operating pressure
Loose ground = low operating pressure
Fig. 9 Hydraulic diagram vibration motor
1 Vibration motor
2 Flushing valve
3 Flushing pressure limitation valve
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The vibration motor is fitted with an integrated flushing valve. When switching the vibration on, different
pressures will build up in the two sides of the closed circuit. The higher pressure will move the valve
spool of the flushing valve against the neutral setting spring and oil will be flushed out of the low pressure
side.
A 13 bar pressure relief valve is installed in the line after the flushing valve. This valve makes sure that
only a certain quantity of oil is flushed out of the low pressure side.
This opil flows through a thermostat valve back to the tank. The flushed out oil quantity is immediately
replaced via the respective boost check valve (part of the multi-function valve) with oil from the charge
circuit.
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Drum
Fig. 10 Cross-sectional view of drum
1 Drum shell 8 Change-over weight
2 Vibration bearing 9 Coupling vibr.-motor vibrator shaft
3 Basic weight 10 Travel bearing
4 Vibration bearing housing 11 Travel bearing housing
5 Cooling fan 12 Rubber buffer
6 Vibrator shaft 13 Vibration motor
7 Elast. coupling between shafts 14 Flanged housing
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
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Fig. 11 Routing of hoses, vibration circuit BW 219 DH-3/PDH-3 / BW 225 D-3/PD-3
Vibration
pump
Hydr.-
oil
filter
Vibration
motor
High pressure
Low pressure
Charge pressure
Leak oil
from oil cooler to tank
from thermostat to oil cooler
Hydraulic
oil cooler
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Fig. 12 Routing of hoses, vibration circuit BW 216 D-3/DH-3/PDH-3
Vibration
motor
High pressure
Charge pressure
Low pressure
Leak oil
from oil cooler to tank
from thermostat to oil cooler
Vibration
pumpe
Hydr.-
oil
filter
Hydraulic
oil cooler
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Trouble shooting vibration
The following description of trouble shooting procedures consists of a small selection of possible faults
which may occur during operation of the roller. The list is by no means complete, but the description
should help to become acquainted with systematic trouble shooting.
The problems and trouble shooting steps described in this training manual are identical with the faults
and steps described in the operation and maintenance manual for the machine.
However, in this training manual we have tried to explain the individual steps in more detail, in order to
explain why certain trouble shooting steps are necessary and why certain preparations must be made
before being able to conduct a specific measurement or test.
After this training course the participants should be able to apply the correct trouble shooting steps, even
if the actual fault is not described in this manual.
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No vibration (travel system OK)
Check vibration
pressures Fig V1
Check coupling on
vibration motor
Fig. V2
Check vibration
pump Fig. V3
OK ?
Charge pr. OK
Starting pr. too
low
Charge press. /
Starting pr. to low
Repace / repair the
vibration pump
OK ?
no
yes
Check vibration motor
flushing valve, Fig. V7
Replace the flushing
valve
Replace / repair the
vibration motor
OK ?
no
yes
Charge pr. OK
Stating pr. zero
Check magnetic
coil on vibration
valve Fig. V4
Voltage /
current OK ?
no
yes
Perform trouble
shooting in electric
system
Check the solenoid
valve, replace if
necessary
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Vibration works only with either high or low amplitude
Check the magnetic
coil of the vibration
valve Fig. V4
Voltage /
current OK ?
no
yes
Perform trouble
shooting in electric
system
Check the solenoid valve
OK ?
no
yes
Replace the solenoid
valve
Check the high pressure
relief valve for the faulty
amplitude, clean or replace
if necessary
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Vibration frequency too low (travel system OK)
Check the engine
speed Fig. F15
Perform trouble shooting
on the engine
OK ?
no
yes
Speed
drop > 10%?
Adjust speed for low or high
frequency Fig. V5
no
yes
a
Check vibration
pressures Fig. V1
Check vibration
bearings, replace if
necessary Fig. V6
Check the vibration
pump Fig. V3
OK ?
Charge pr. OK
Operating pr. too
high
all pressures to low
Replace / repair the
vibration pump
OK ?
no
yes
Check the vibration motor
flushing valve Fig. V7
Replace the flushing
valve
Replace / repair the
vibration motor
OK ?
no
yes
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Fig V1:
Checking the vibration pressures
A too low charge pressure is an early indicator for a fault (leakage) in the closed circuit or in the charge
circuit. The pump cannot be correctly actuated.
A too low starting pressure indicates extreme leaks in the closed vibration circuit or a defective vibartion
coupling.
A too high operating pressure is an indicator for damaged vibration bearings or a too high filling level in
the vibrator housings.
Connect 600 bar pressure gauges to the high pressure test ports.
Connect a 60 bar pressure gauge to the charge pressure test port.
Stand the drum on rubber tires.
Run the engine with full engine speed.
Switch the vibration on and read the pressure gauges.
Nominal values: Charge pressure: BW 216: 25 +/- 1 bar; BW 219 - 225: 29 +/- 1bar
Starting pressure: BW 216: 350 +/- 50 bar; BW 219 225: 410 +/- 20 bar
Operating pressure on rubber tires: low amplitude approx. 80 +/- 20 bar
high amplitude approx. 140 +/- 25 bar
BW 216 BW 219 / BW 225
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Fig. V2:
Checking the coupling on the vibration motor
Remove the vibration motor.
Check the coupling parts between motor and shaft.
Replace defective parts.
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Fig. V3:
Checking the vibration pump
Close the high pressure ports on the vibration pump with suitable plugs.
Check the vibration pressures, see Fig. V2
If the pressure values are now reached but not with the connected vibration motor, the vibration motor
is faulty and must be replaced. If the pressures are not reached replace the vibration pump.
BW 216 BW 219 / BW 225
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Fig. V4:
Checking the magnetic coil of the vibration control valve
Switch the ignition on.
Switch on vibration at high or low frequency.
Check voltage and current draw on the magnetic coil with a multi-meter.
Nominal values: 12V / 2,5 A
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Fig. V5:
Adjusting the speeds for high and low frequency
If the engine speed is correct and the drop in vibrator shaft speed is less than 10%, the respective fre-
quency must be adjusted on the vibration pump.
Slacken the counter nut on the corresponding adjustment screw.
Turn the adjustment screw until the required vibrator shaft speed is reached (the adjustment screw
for high amplitude sticks out further than the adjustment screw for low amplitude).
Retighten the counter nut.
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Fig. V6:
Checking the vibrator shaft bearings
Remove the vibration motor.
Check the moveability of the vibrator shaft bearings.
Replace defective parts.
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Fig. V7:
Checking the flushing valve on the vibration motor
Unscrew the flushing valve from the vibration motor.
Check the flushing spool for damage and moveability.
Replace a defective flushing valve.
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Steering
The single drum rollers BW 216 D-3, BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3/BW 219 DH-3/PDH-3 and BW 225 D-3/
PD-3 are equipped with a hydrostatically operated articulated steering system.
The steering system consists mainly of:
the steering/charge pump,
the steering valve,
the steering cylinders and
the pressure resistant connecting hoses.
The steering pump delivers the hydraulic oil from the hydraulic oil tank to the steering valve and the con-
nected steering unit. If the steering is not operated the complete oil flow will be directly guided through
the fine filter to the charge ports for the closed hydraulic circuits for travel and vibration systems.
Fig. 1 Hydraulic diagram steering
1 Rating pump
2 Distributor valve
3 Anti-cavitation valve
4 High pressure relief valve
5 Non-return valve
6 Shock valves
7 Anti-cavitation valves
8 Steering cylinders
Lenkung.eps
to the hydraulic
oil filter
from the steering/
charge pump
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When turning the steering wheel the oil flow is guided through the distributor valve to the steering cylin-
ders.
A measuring pump inside the steering unit measures the oil quantity with respect to the steering angle
performed by the steering wheel and delivers it to the steering cylinders.
The steering cylinders extend or retract and articulate the machine.
The steering valve contains also a pressure relief valve. This valve limits the steering pressure to 175
bar. Since the oil is available for the charge system after it leaves the steering unit, the charge pressure
of 29 bar must be added to this pressure. The maximum steering pressure is therefore approx. 204 bar.
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Steering/charge pump
The steering/charge pump is a gear pump with fixed displacement.
The pump is driven by the auxiliary drive of the diesel engine and draws the hydraulic oil directly out of
the hydraulic oil tank. The oil flows then via the steering valve and the fine filter to the boost check valves
in the travel and vibration circuits or, when operating the steering wheel, first to the steering cylinders.
Fig. 2 Steering pump
Function of the gear pump
The drive pinion of the steering pump is connected to the auxiliary drive of the engine via a coupling.
Driving pinion and driven gear are located by a bearing plate, so that the teeth of both gears mesh with
only minimum clearance.
The pumping chambers are formed by the tooth flanks, the inside wall of the housing and the front faces
of the bearing plates.
These chambers carry the hydraulic oil from the suction side to the pressure side. This causes a vacuum
in the suction side, which draws the hydraulic oil out of the hydraulic oil tank. The hydraulic fluid is trans-
ported in the tooth chambers from the suction side to the pressure side, from where it is then pressed
to the consumers. To ensure a safe function of the pump, the tooth chambers must be as tightly sealed
as possible, so that the hydraulic fluid can be transported from the suction side to the pressure side al-
most without any losses.
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Outer gear pumps have gap seals. Depending on the operating pressure this will cause losses from the
pressure side to the suction side. To make sure that not to much oil is lost through these gaps during
operation, the bearing plate on the cover side is provided with an axial pressure field, whereby the bea-
ring plates are pressed against the faces of the gears.
These pressure fields are always loaded with system pressure.
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Steering valve
The steering vale consists mainly of:
the distributor valve,
the rating pump,
the steering pressure relief valve and
the shock valves.
Fig. 3 Orbitrol valve
1 Neutral position springs
2 Housing
3 Inner spool
4 Outer spool
5 Universal shaft
6 Ring gear
7 Gear
8 Non-return valve
9 Pressure relief valve
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When turning the steering wheel the oil flow from the steering pump is guided through the distributor
valve to the rating pump and from there to the respective steering cylinder sides.
The rating pump determines the correct oil quantity in dependence on the turning angle of the steering
wheel.
The high pressure relief valve in the steering unit limits the pressure in the steering system to 175 bar
+ charge pressure.
The steering unit carries so-called shock valves for each pressure side to the steering cylinders. These
valves are adjusted to 200 bar. They compensate extreme pressure peaks which could be introduced
into the system by e.g. driving over obstacles, thereby protecting the system against overloads.
Each of these shock valves is provided with an additional anti-cavitation valve. These anti-cavitation val-
ves protect the system against cavitation in case of a reaction of the shock valves.
A non-return valve at the inlet of the steering unit makes sure that no hydraulic oil can flow back to the
pump, if the machine would suddenly be actuated by external forces. In such a case the steering cylin-
ders would work as pumps and press the oil back to the steering pump.
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Articulated joint
The articulated joint is the connection between the front frame with the drum and the rear frame with the
operator's platform, the diesel engine and the drive wheels.
Fig. 4 Articulated joint
The rear console is tightly bolted to the rear frame.
The front console is fastened to the rear cross-member of the front frame with screws. Due to the rocker
bearings between front and rear console both frame sections of the machine can oscillate relative to
each other by +/- 12. THis allows the machine to keep optimnal ground contact, even under extremely
difficult soil conditions.
The front console is connected to the rear console by means of two vertical pins. These vertical pins are
fitted in rocker bearings.
The front console carries the welded on bearing eyes for the steering cylinders.
When turning the steering wheel the steering cylinders will extend or retract. The piston rods will swivel
the front console around the vertical pins. The machine articulates and steers.
All bearing points on the articulated joint are maintenance free and do not require any lubrication.
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Fig. 5 Routing of hoses, steering system BW 219 DH-3/PDH-3
Steering
pump Steering
valve
Hydr.-
oil
filter
Hydraulic
oil tank
Steering
cylinder
High pressure
Low pressure
Charge pressure
Suction line
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Fig. 6 Routing of hoses, steering system BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3
High pressure
Low pressure
Charge pressure
Suction line
Steering
cylinder
Hydraulic
oil tank
Steering
valve
Steering
pump
Hydr.-
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filter
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Trouble shooting steering system
The following description of trouble shooting procedures consists of a small selection of possible faults
which may occur during operation of the roller. The list is by no means complete, but the description
should help to become acquainted with systematic trouble shooting.
The problems and trouble shooting steps described in this training manual are identical with the faults
and steps described in the operation and maintenance manual for the machine.
However, in this training manual we have tried to explain the individual steps in more detail, in order to
explain why certain trouble shooting steps are necessary and why certain preparations must be made
before being able to conduct a specific measurement or test.
After this training course the participants should be able to apply the correct trouble shooting steps, even
if the actual fault is not described in this manual.
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No steering function / steering sticky / end stops are not reached
(travel system OK)
Check the steering
pressure Fig. L1
Check mobility of
steering cylinders and
articulated joint
OK ?
yes
no
Check steering/
charge pump Fig. L2
OK ?
no
yes
Replace / repair the
steering/charge
pump
Check the steering
cylinder Fig. L3
OK ?
no
yes
Replace the
respective steering
cylinder
Replace / repair the
steering valve
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Fig. L1:
Checking the steering pressure
Connect a 600 bar pressure gauge to the steering pressure test port.
Start the engine and run it with full speed.
Turn the steering wheel against the end stop, hold it and read the pressure gauge
Nominal value: 225 +/- 15 bar
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Fig. L2:
Checking the steering/charge pumpo
Install a 200 bar pressure relief valve between steering pump outlet and high pressure hose to the
steering valve.
Connect a 600 bar pressure gauge.
Start the engine (low idle speed) and read the pressure gauge.
Nominal value: 200 bar (adjustment value of the pressure relief valve)
If the steering pressure is not correct, replace the steering/charge pump.
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Fig. L3:
Checking the steering cylinders
To find out whether a steering cylinder is defective, i.e. has an internal leakage you may disconnect
the hydraulic hoses L and R from the steering cylinders and close them with suitable plugs.
Check the steering pressure (see Fig. L1): If the steering pressure is now reached, but not with the
steering cylinders connected, one of the steering cylinders is defective. After this test reconnect both
cylinders.
To find out which of the two cylinders is defective proceed as follows:
Start the engine and, if possible, actuate the steering fully to left or right and hold the machine in this
fully actuated position.
If the machine has been articulated to the left, the hoses for rod side of the left hand cylinder and the
piston side of the right hand cylinder must now be disconnected.
Try< to steer to the same direction again as before. If hydraulic oil runs out of one of the cylinder the
respective cylinder is defective and must be replaced.
Repeat this procedure to the opposite direction (the cylinders may only be leaking to one direction,
e.g. from piston to rod side and vice versa).
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Electric system, single rollers generation -3
The new single drum rollers of generation -3 are equipped with two easy to change control logic modu-
les.
Fig. 1: Electric installation box
1 Relay K06 6 Relay K05 11 Generator module A23
2 Relay K26 7 Relay K11 12 Didode module
3 Relay K22 8 Fuse box 13 Terminal bar X1:
4 Relay K48 9 Relay K04
5 Relay K36 10 Relay K32
The electric installation box holds the following modules:
Generator module (A23),
Simple trouble shooting is possible by simply bridging the input and output potentials.
The generator module is able to convert the different signals from various generator manufacturers into
a D+ signal. This allows to use different engines from various manufacturers, without having to change
the vehicle electrics for this purpose.
Diode module
The diode module is used in the speed range logic for switching the different spee ranges.
The optionally available ASC (Anti Spin Control) provides optimal traction for wheels and drum. This en-
sures safe driving on difficult soil and maximum gradability on inclinations.
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Power supply (Fig. 2)
Battery
When the engine is at rest the voltage supply for the vehicle electrics is accomplished via two parallel
connected rechargeable and maintenance free 12 V batteries.
The minus pole of the battery (G01:05,11) is connected to the vehicle ground (Potential 31).
The plus pole of the battery (G01:02,08) is connected to potential 30 via the main fuse (F00:02).
There is a direct connection between the battery (+),
terminal B+ on the generator (G02:15),
starter (M01:05) (Fig. 3) terminal 30.
battery (-) minus to vehicle ground potential 31.
Note:
The potentials 30, 31 and B+ are always directly connected to the battery. The current can only be in-
terrupted by discharging or disconnecting the battery.
Generator
When the engine is running a 14 V generator (G02:16) supplies the vehicle electrics with current via
terminals B+ (to potential 30) and B- (to potential 31).
Terminal D+ supplies a (+) or (-) signal to the module for generator (A23:23). When the engine is at rest
terminal D+ is negative (ground potential). The charge control light in the fault monitoring board (A15)
(Fig. 3) lights up. See also section Fault Monitoring Board.
Sockets
The machines are fitted with two sockets (XS:36/XS:39). These are connected to potential 30 and pro-
tected via fuse (F05).
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Ignition and starter circuit (Fig. 3)
Ignition switch (S00) in position "0" (ignition off)
The ignition switch (S00:04) is permanently energized from the battery (G01) (Fig. 2) via the main fuse
(F00) (potential 30) and fuse (F13:05).
In this position the connection to the coil of relay (K11:28) is interrupted and the relay drops off. The
solenoid valves (Y58:32) for fuel supply shut-off or (Y13:37) engine solenoid (depending on type of en-
gine equipment) are no longer supplied with electric current and the engine will stop.
Ignition switch (S00) in position "1" (ignition on) with the engine at rest
In this position the coil of relay (K11:26) is supplied with electric current.
Relay (K11) switches potential 30 to potential K11 (15/54). The fault monitoring board (A15) (Fig. 4) sup-
plies the coil of relay (K22:40) with current, the relay switches. Current flows now
from potential K11
via fuse (F14:37),
the closed emergency stop switch (S01:37),
the closed contacts of relay (K22:37)
to the solenoid valve (Y58:32) for fuel shut-off or (Y13:37) the engine solenoid.
The engine is now ready for starting.
Ignition switch (S00) in position "3" (starting)
Note:
Position "2" is not used.
In this switch position current flows from terminal 50a on the ignition switch (S00:06) to the contact of
relay (K05:07).
If the travel lever is in "0" - and braking position, the proximity switch (B13:15) will open, the coil of relay
(K48:15) is no longer energizes and the contact switches over.
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Current flows now
from potential K11
via relay (K48:17)
to the coil of relay (K05:09).
The contact closes and current can now flow to the starter (M01:05) terminal 50. The magnetic switch
of the starter is energized and the starter turns the diesel engine.
Note:
The starter (M01) receives electric current directly from potentials B+ and 31.
When releasing the ignition key the ignition switch will automatically return to position "1".
During the starting process a 50a signal is transmitted to the fault monitoring board (A15) (Fig. 4).
This signal makes sure that the warning buzzer will not sound and the automatic shut-down facility is
not activated during the starting process (see description of fault monitoring board).
To repeat the starting process the ignition must first be switched off (protection against repetitive star-
ting).
Ignition switch (S00) in position "1" (ignition on) with the engine running
When the engine is running the generator (G02) (Fig. 2) will produce electric current. This current flows
from terminal D+ to the generator module (A23). The output signal MD+ supplies the operating hour me-
ter (P00) with voltage.
The MD+ -signal is additionally fed to the fault monitoring board (A15) (Fig. 4) and to the brake control
relay (K36) (Fig. 6).
The internal logic of the fault monitoring board switches the charge control light off.
The automatic shut-off system in the fault monitoring board (A15) is activated and the warning buzzer
will sound whenever a fault occurs.
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Fault monitoring board (Fig. 4)
Ignition on, engine at rest
When switching the ignition on, the program is reset to a defined initial condition.
As a self-testing function all warning and control lights will light up for a moment.
Should a fault occur already at this stage, the respective indicator light will continue to light.
Warning buzzer (H07:22) and shut-down relay (K22:40) (Fig. 3) remain deactivated, because there is
no oil pressure yet. If the time between ignition on and starting was too long, starting would not be
possible.
Engine running
The fault monitoring board is active, warning buzzer and shut-down relay are enabled.
Within the determined times all sender signals must change to the respective potential for the condition
OK. If not the following lights will light:
the signal fields,
the warning buzzer is activated
and the shut-down relay will be switched after the predetermined time.
Engine stalled, ignition on
The fault monitoring board remains active, warning buzzer and shut-down relay will be activated after
predetermined time periods.
To reach a clearly defined initial condition the ignition must be switched off for a moment before starting
a new starting process.
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Engine shut down by the shut-down relay
The fault, that led to the shut-down is stored and displayed.
The warning buzzer remains enabled. Other indications, caused by the standstill of the engine, will no
longer be displayed. The operator can recognize the and rectify the fault.
Then switch the ignition off to deactivate the shut-down relay and to enable a new starting process.
Function group Colour of indicator Shut-down time
Hydraulic oil filter (B21) red 2 minutes
Coolant temperature (B53) red 2 minutes
Engine oil pressure (B06) red 10 seconds
Coolant level (B55) red 10 seconds
Brake closed (H01) redt -
Charge control (MD+) yellow -
Air filter (B03) yellow -
Hazard light (H06) red -
Indicator on (H05) green -
Anti Spin Control ASC yellow -
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Brakes (Fig 6)
When the engine is at rest there is no hydraulic oil pressure available, the brake discs cannot be un-
loaded, the brake is automatically closed.
Travel lever in position brake with the engine running
When the engine is running and the generator is fully functional, the generator (G02:15) (Fig. 2) will send
a D+ signal or the generator module (A23:24) (Fig. 2) a MD+ signal to the brake relay (K36:33).
When the travel lever is in brake-position, the coil of relay (K48:05) is not energized.
Current flows now
from potential K11
via fuse (F25)
and the contacts of relay (K48:07)
to the coil of relay (K05:09) (Fig. 3).
Starting is now possible.
Current flows also
from potential K11
via fuse (F25)
and the contacts of relay (K48:05)
to the fault monitoring board (A15:17) (Fig. 4).
The control light brake closed (H01) lights up.
Travel lever actuated
When actuating the travel lever
the proximity switch (B13:05) closes,
relay (K48) switches over
and the current flow to relay (K05:09) (starting) (Fig. 3) is interrupted.
Starting of the engine is not possible.
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If the engine is running and the generator is fully functional,
the coil of relay (K36:34) is energized,
the contact closes.
Current can now flow
from potential K11
via the contact of relay (K48:07),
and the contacts of relay (K36:33)
to the solenoid valve (Y04:34) when the emergency stop switch (S01:34) is closed.
The brake is released.
If there is no MD+ signal, e.g. because of a broken V-belt, a defective generator or if the engine has
been stalled when driving up a hill, the coil of relay (K36:34) is no longer energized. This opens the con-
tact (K36) and interrupts the current flow to the solenoid valve (Y04:34), the brake will close.
To be able to drive the machine for a short time, even with a broken V-beltor a defective generator, the
contacts 30-87 of relay (K36:34) must be bridged to open the brake.
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Speed range selection (Fig. 7)
Driving in reverse
When shifting the travel lever to reverse on level ground the coil of relay (K26:05) is not energized.
Current flows now
from potential K11
via the fuse (F26:23),
through the closed contact (K26:07)
to the back-up alarm buzzer (H14:11).
The back-up alarm buzzer sounds.
Forward travel
The proximity switch (B14:05) closes in this position.
Current flows now
from potential K11
via fuse (F25:05),
the closed proximity switch (B14:05)
to the coil of relay (K26:05).
The relay switches over, the current supply to the warning buzzer (H14:11) is interrupted.
Current flows also
from potential K11
via the fuse (F26:23)
to the speed range selector switch (S42:24).
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Speed ranges
Depending on the position of the speed range selector switch (S42:23) the solenoid valves (Y30:19,
Y31:29)
for both travel motors (drum and axle),
only for the front travel motor (drum),
only for the rear travel motor (axle)
or no motor at all will be energized.
This gives the operator the possibility to influence the gradability of the machine by changing the displa-
cement of the travel motors. He always switches the motor of the slipping axle to low displacement.
If the speed range selector switch (S42:23) is in position 1 turtle, none of the two solenoid valves
(Y30:11/Y31:18) is energized. In this switching condition both drum and axle drive motors are working
with high displacement. The machine drives in low speed range (working speed).
In switching position 2 current flows
from potential K11
via fuse (F26:23),
switch (S42:23)
to the solenoid valve (Y30:19).
The drum drive motor changes to low displacement.
Current flow to the solenoid valve (Y31:29) is prevented by the diode (V02:22).
In switch position 3 current flows
from potential K11
via fuse (F26:23),
switch (S42:23)
to the solenoid valve (Y31:29).
The axle drive motor changes to low displacement.
Current flow to the solenoid valve (Y30:19) is prevented by the diode (V03:27).
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If the travel speed range selector switch (S42:23) is in position 4 rabbit, both solenoid valves
(Y30:11/Y31:18) are energized. In this switching condition both drum and axle drive motors are switched
to low displacement. The machine drives in high speed range (transport speed).
In this switch position current flows
from potential K11
via fuse (F26:23),
switch (S42:23)
to both diodes (V02:22 and V03:27)
to both solenoid valves (Y30:19 and Y31:29).
Drum drive motor and axle drive motor change to low displacement.

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Anti Spin Control (ASC)
On extreme gradients and slippery ground the Anti Spin Control (ASC) provides optimal traction and
avoids spinning of drum or wheels.
If physical limits are reached it is quite obvious that even the ASC will not be able to improve the traction
of the machine.
The following machines have the ASC Anti-Spin-Control (Fig. 9) as standard equipment:
BW 213 DH-3/PDH-3
BW 214 DH-3/PDH-3
BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3
BW 219 DH-3/PDH-3
BW 225 D-3/PD-3
The machines with Anti Spin Control (ASC) in the travel system are equipped with the following sensors:
analogue inclination sensor (B57)
analogue travel lever sensor
sensors for rotating speed and detection of sense of rotation (B59/B60).
For safety reasons the following assembly groups (Hardware) are electronically monitored:
area monitoring of the inclination sensor
area monitoring of the travel lever sensor
fault monitoring of the rotary speed sensor
fault monitoring of the solenoid valves
fault monitoring of the internal 5 V sensor supply voltage.
Additionally monitored (Software):
Checking of the signals for the sense of rotation
Checking of the signal for the neutral start lock
Checking of the version of the operating system.
When detecting a fault, e.g. breakage of cable or short circuit, the ASC-system is deactivated and an
error status is displayed (monitoring board).
Service Training
BW 216 D-3, BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3
BW 219 DH-3/PDH-3, BW 225 D-3/PD-3 - H 19 -
Voltage at the analogue input on the plug (X1:52) of the inclination sensor
Inclination Position of drum Voltage (V)
-45(100%) uphill 0,5
-5,7(10%) downhill 2,15
0 level ground 2,5
+5,7(10%) uphill 2,75
+45(100%) uphill 4,5
Service Training
BW 216 D-3, BW 216 DH-3/PDH-3
BW 219 DH-3/PDH-3, BW 225 D-3/PD-3 - H 20 -
Vibration (Fig. 11)
Switching the vibration on
Current flows:
from potential K11
via fuse (F03:05)
to the toggle relay (K04:05).
When pressing the push button (S13:05) the toggle relay switches and the contact of the toggle relay
(K04:05) closes.
Current flows now to the selector switch for high / low amplitude (S35:29).
Depending on the switch position current will flow to the solenoid valve (Y07:29) for high amplitude or
(Y08:34) for low amplitude. The chosen vibration will start.
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2
1
6

D
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3
,

B
W

2
1
6

D
H
-
3
/
P
D
H
-
3
B
W

2
1
9

D
H
-
3
/
P
D
H
-
3
,

B
W

2
2
5

D
-
3
/
P
D
-
3
-

H

2
1

-
Fig. 8:
Inhaltsverzeichnis:
table of contents:
BW 212...2253 with Cummins, Perkins and Deutz engine
Blatt Nr.:
sheet no.:
Zeichnungsnummer
drawing no.
Funktionsgruppe function unit
001 582 700 70 Stromlaufplan circuit diagram
002 Versorgung, Heizung, Steckdosen supply, heating unit, socket
003 Starten starting unit
005 Frequenzanzeige, Tachograph, Geschwindigkleitsanzeige frequency meter, tachograph, speedometer
006 Fahren, Fahrstufen und Bremse driving, speed ranges and brakes
007 Vibration, Speed Control vibration, speed control
008 Anti Schlupfregelung, Lenkung anti spin control, steering
009 Variocontrol variocontrol
010 Omegameter, Terrameter omegameter, terrameter
011
Berieselung sprinkler system 012
Beleuchtung , Arbeitsscheinwerfer, StvZO illumination, working head lights, StvZO 013
Kabine, Klimatisierung cabin, air conditioning 014
Anbau Vibrationsplatten assembling unit vibration plates
101 Bauteilliste component listing
201 Schaltkasten ebox

















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BW 212...2253 mit Cummins, Perkins und Deutz Motor
015
Detailansicht Drucker und Bedieneinheit (Option) detail view printer and operation unit (option)
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Versorgung, Heizung, Steckdosen
supply, heating unit, sockets
31
3:1
G01
Batterien
+
G03

+

XS

12V
+

XS
Steckdosen
12V
+

G02
Generator
B+
B
D+
W
MD+
4:3
A23
Modul Generator
5
4
3
1 2
K36

86
85
F24:C
4:4
F05:A
10:4
V24
Load Dump Modul
31
30
125A
30A
battery
generator socket
module generator
fuse, battery
N
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b
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s
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D+
MD+
15/54
15/54

0
,
1
8
A
zweite Batterie ab BW178,
second batterie up BW178,
load dump module
30
3:1
F00 Sicherung Batterie
1
2
aber nicht bei BW 212 bersee Version
but not assembled in 212 oversee version
X171:4
X181:1
X1:12
W
4:7
X1:28
X171:3
X181:2
X1:13
X1:37 X1:32
F05
Box A
1
A
X1:10
P00
Betriebsstundenzhler
D+

engine hour meter


X1:29
X1:37
E30
Heizgert A13
S28
4
n
n
n
n
rt
br
gn
gn
Y14
Kraftstoffpumpe
1
2
Steuergert
Schalter Kabinenheizung
max.20A
nenn.2A
25A
Auerhalb der Kabine montiert
assembled outside of cabin
innerhalb der Kabine Zusatzausrstung
option inside of cabin
heating unit
fuel pump heating unit
switch, cab heating
control unit
F40
Box B
1
A
B+
3:7
X1:80
X1
5
X1
4
X1
3
X1
2
X1
1
K09

86
85
X1:126
Nur bei Klimaanlage
only acc. to air conditioning
14:3 6:7
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Starten (je nach Motorausstattung)
starting unnit (acc. to engine versions)
30
2:20
30
7:1
31
2:20
31
4:1
S01
NotAus Schalter
11
12
6
:
7
21
22
8
:
2
31
32
7
:
1
9
42
41
9
:
1
3
51
52

62
61
K11:87
4:1
Y01
Startmehrmenge
2
1
K30
14:2
S00
Startschalter
30
15/54

58
19
50a
H
W

m
a
x
.

1
,
1
A
K
H
D
:
m
a
x
.

4
,
0
A
M
P 0 1 2 3
30A
Nur bei SpeedControl
Nur bei ASC
30A
ignition switch
starter
shut off solenoid engine, KHD
emergancy shut off
start boost fuel
only acc. to ASC
only acc. to speed
control
Anschlu ZA
Klimaanlage
connection option
air conditioning
Nur fr KHDMotor
only acc. to KHDengine
A
W

m
a
x
.

5
5
A
shut off solenoid BT..engine, CUMMINS
Optional, je nach Motor
optional, acc. to engine
fuel switch off
P
E
R
K
I
N
S
:
m
a
x

1
.
5
A
C
U
M
M
I
N
S
:
m
a
x
.

0
,
8
A
glow plug
m
a
x
.

1
0

1
3
A
E
W

+

H
W

m
a
x
.

6
9
A
n
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K
a
b
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o
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l
y

a
c
c
.

t
o

c
a
b
i
n
Nur bei PERKINS
only acc.to. PERKINS
17
cold starting unit
m
a
x
.

3
A
X1:73 X1:31
K11

86
85
K32

86
85
Y117
Kaltstartbeschleuniger

B54
_t
+

X172:6
R02
Glhkerze
1
2
X182:7
X172:5
X182:8
X1:7A
X1:11
F13
Box A
3
C
X1:8
X1:6
X182:1
X172:4 X172:3
X182:2
X1:7
X172:8
X182:5
X1:17
X1:9
K05
6:6
30
87a 87
X1:58 X1:58
V08

1
2
V05

1
2
Y58
Kraftstoffabstellung
1
2
Y13
Hubmagnet Motor KHD
1
2
X1:46
Y13
Hubmagnet BT..Motor CUMMINS
HW AW
ws
sw
rt
K11
3:3
30
87
F14
Box C
1
A
X1:41
X1:40
K22
4:12
30
87a 87
X1:16
X181:7
X171:6
K32
3:2
87
30
50A
4:4
Nur bei VARIOCONTROL
only acc. to VARIOCONTROL
K11:30
9:12
3x1,5
F13:C
9:18
M01
Starter
B+
31
50
50a
B+
2:10
3:2 3:14
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Signalhorn, berwachungen, Anzeigen
warning horn, monitoring, indicators
K11:87
3:20
K11:87
6:1
31
3:20
31
5:1
H07
Warnsummer
rt
sw
B53
Khlmitteltemperatur
1 2

B03
Luftfilter
P
3
4 B06
Motorldruck
P
WK G

F24
Box C
3
C
MD+
2:11
MD+

50A
3:10
ASC ERROR
8:4
SUMMER
14:2
F24:C
2:10
X1:21
5:1
X1:130
13:18
X1:131
13:18
X1:26
13:11
0
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1
2
A
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B
lin
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lin
k
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/

in
d
ic
a
t
o
r

L
H
0
,
1
8
A
30A
monitoring module
warning buzzer
engine oil pressure
collant temperature
oil filter
air cleaner
B
lin
k
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r

r
e
c
h
t
s

/

in
d
ic
a
t
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R
H
W
a
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n
b
lin
k
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/

h
a
z
a
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d

lig
h
t
coolant stock level
A15
Sammelstranzeige

















ws/ge
ws/bl
or

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b
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b
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b
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/
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g
n
w
s

X1:23 X1:26 X1:22 X1:17 X1:28 X1:21

X1:27 X1:19 X1:18 X1:30

X
1
8

1
:
5

X
1
8

1
:
4

X
1
7

1
:
8

X
1
7

1
:
1
X1:20
X
1
8

2
:
3

X
1
7

2
:
2
X1:25
B55
Khlmittelvorrat
Q
3
4
X1:31
B21
Hydrauliklfilter
P
2
3
K22

86
85
X1:32 X1:31
P01
T
a
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k
a
n
z
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G
+

P02
H
y
d
r
a
u
l
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k

l
t
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m
p
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r
a
t
u
r
G
+

P14
K

h
l
m
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t
t
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l
t
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m
p
e
r
a
t
u
r
G
+

P12
V
o
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t
m
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t
e
r
+

P13
M
o
t
o
r

l
d
r
u
c
k
G
+

F26:B
6:8
Q n V P
l
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v
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l

g
a
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g
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sender sender
R
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M

m
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p
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s
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c
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h
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m
p
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a
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v
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t

m
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t
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r
P03
D
r
e
h
z
a
h
l
m
e
s
s
e
r
G
+

R03
Geber
1
2
R04
Geber
1
2
X1:32
X1:15
X181:6
X171:7 X171:2
X181:3
X1:14
X1:37
X1:36
W
2:6
B11
Signalhrner
1
2
B11

1
2
X1:24
X1:103
X1:100 X1:101
S03
Taster Signalhorn
13
14
24
23
F23
Box C
6
F
30A
X1:99
warning horns
push button horn
m
a
x
.

5
A
m
a
x
.

5
A
Zweite Hupe nicht bei
BW 212 bersee Version
second warning horn not used
acc. to. BW 212 oversea version
X1:23
6:5
X1:34 X1:102
X1:105
X5:2
X5:1
3:14
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Frequenzanzeige, Tachograph, Geschwindigkeitsanzeige
frequency meter, tachograph, speedometer
P09
Anzeige
A5+A6
C4
B4
B3
A1
A2+A3
B16
A
u
f
n
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h
m
e
r

V
i
b
r
a
t
i
o
n
1
4
2
3
B60:3
10:4
X1:119
F07:C
13:11
A06 Elektronik
i
n
1 3 4
1
5
/
5
4
O
U
T
+
O
U
T

BW 1561793:
BW 213,214,2163:
BW 2193:
BW 2253:
BW 2123:
BW 212D/PD3 Variom.:
PIN 3: +
PIN 4,3: +
PIN 1:
PIN 4: + / PIN 1:
indicator
f
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m
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transducer
t
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n
s
d
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r

v
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n
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t

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d
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t
n
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t

u
s
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d
module, tachograph
PIN 4: +

X1:118
X1:117
A16
Tachographenmodul
4 3
2
1
6
7,8,9

5

X1:116
X1:115
P05
F
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q
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n
z
a
n
z
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+
31
4:20
31
6:1
X1:21
4:20
X1:21
10:1

X1:114 X1:113
ZA Frequenzanzeige
option frequency meter
ZA Tachograph
option tachograph
A05 Elektronik
i
n
1 3 4
1
5
/
5
4
O
U
T
+
O
U
T

transducer
P04
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z
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+
s
p
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d
o
m
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t
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r
ZA Geschwindigkeitsanzeige
option speedometer
A51
Platine Frequenzanzeige
1
3
4
2 5
GA
7:3
KA
7:3
057 665 90 (BW 213/214/216/2113)
057 665 89 (BW 2253)
057 664 92 (BW 2193)
29Hz / 35Hz
26Hz / 26Hz
26Hz / 32Hz
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Fahren, Bremse, Fahrstufen
driving, brake, speed ranges
K11:87
4:20
K11:87
7:1
31
5:20
31
8:1
B13
I
n
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t
i
a
t
o
r

F
a
h
r
h
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b
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l

"
0
"
BR/BN
BL/BU SW/BK
Y04
Magnetventil Bremse
1
2
B14
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.

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BL/BU
BR/BN
SW/BK
V09


K48 6:2
30
87a 87
NEUT"0"
10:4
K36 2:8
30
87a 87
X6:1
X6:2
X6:3 X7:1
X7:2
X7:3
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"
0
"
solenoid valve brake
m
a
x
.

1
,
8
A
0
,
1
8
A
0
,
1
8
A
0
,
1
8
A
30A
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F25
Box C
4
D
X1:106
X1:108 X1:107
K26

86
85
K48

86
85
X1:31 X1:105 X1:54
K05

86
85
X1:37
X1:92
X1:91
X1:42
S01 3:14
21
22
X1:43
Y31
Stufenumschaltung hinten
1
2
Y30
Stufenumschaltung vorn
1
2
F26:B
4:11
F26:B
8:4
S42 Schalter Fahrstufen
1 2 3 4 2
1 5 7 3
V03

1 2
V02

1 2
SC2
7:15
Y31
Stufenumschaltung hinten
1
2
S42
Schalter Fahrstufen
23
24
m
a
x

1
,
2
3
A
m
a
x
.

1
,
2
3
A

(
S
a
u
e
r
)
30A
Standard und BW 212 CE! Bei ASC siehe Blatt 8
speed range selection, front
speed range selection, rear
standard and BW 212 CE! Acc. to ASC see on sheet 8
m
a
x
.

1
,
6
7
A

(
P
o
c
la
in
)
m
a
x

1
,
2
3
A
speed range selection, rear
212 bersee Version sowie
212 oversea version and
switch, speed range switch, speed range
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c
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156/177 with non switchalbe poclain
F26
Box C
2
B

X1:44

X1:44
X1:54
V09



X1:56 X1:57 X1:56
V09



V09



X1:54 X1:58
K26
6:4
30
87a 87
X1:33
H14
Rckfahrwarnsummer
rt
sw
X1:32
X9:2
X9:1
back up alarm
X1:51
X1:36
SC1
7:9
156/177 mit einstufigem Poclain
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m
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Z
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c
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X1:23
4:20
X1:23
8:3
3:8 6:7 6:9
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Vibration, Speed Control
vibration, speed control
K11:87
6:20
K11:87
8:1
30
3:20
30
12:1
Y07
Vibration vorne gro
1
2
Y08
Vibration vorne klein
1
2 V09



V09



Notbetrieb
emergency service
max. 2,5A max. 2,5A
n
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d

C
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module vibration
p
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,

t
r
a
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l
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vibration front, high vibration front, low
vibration high / low
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a
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c
.

t
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p
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c
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t
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Ansteuerung und Ventile entfllt bei Variocontrol
connections and valves not used acc. to variocontol
Anschlu fr Variocontrol
connections for variocontrol
Anschlu nur bei ASC
connections only acc.
man. / automatic
X1:103
S13
T
a
s
t
e
r

F
a
h
r
h
e
b
e
l
3/10
4/17
X8:1
X8:2
K04
Modul Vibration 30
S
56a
56b
56
K43
7:17
30
87a 87
X1:96
S42:61
8:7
S42:62
8:7
F03
Box C
5
E
X1:38
ohne ASC und USA
without ASC and
X1:93
X1:104
V07

1
2 Y62

D
C
K77/1
7:14
30
87a 87
K77/1

86
85
K77/2

86
85
K77/3

86
85
K43

86
85
K77/3
7:16
30
87a 87
Y62
Ansteuerung Fahrpume
A
B
K77/2
7:15
30
87a 87
R21

1
2
R20

1
2
V06

1
2
A17
Elektronik
18
06
14
07
25
12
15
02

03
04
23
11
21
05
20 26 17
27
16
19
1
08
10
X1:32
H14
Rckfahrwarnsummer
rt
sw
X9:2
X9:1
X1:33
H30
langer Bremsweg / Fehler
1
2
S54
Fahrstufenbereiche
+S
B60
Geschwindigkeissensor
1
4
2 3
S75
Fahrhebel
1 2
3
1
2
1
2 3
1=Vorw. 2=Rckw. 3=Bremse
1=forw. 2=backw. 3= brake
20 19 21 18 38 40
3
9
/
4
1
34 35

5
V
+
5
V
br
F60
Box D
4
D
SC1
6:2
ASC
SC2
6:17
S48
Aktivierung
23
24
S01
3:14
42
41
travel lever
speed sensor
speed ranges
enable
electronic
back up alarm
long stopping distance / failure
contril travel pump
ZA Speed Control
option speed control
X1:120
S09:24
9:6
1
0
,
1
7

b
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s
s
m
a
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H
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b
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l
S
ig
n
a
l
Version
USA version
330 Ohm 330 Ohm
R
2
2

1
2 6
8

O
h
m
Qmin/Qmin
X1:145
X1:146
X1:147
1
4
8
1
4
9

X1:150

X1:151

X1:152
X1:155
X1:156
X1:157
X1:158
X
1
:
1
5
9
X
1
:
1
6
0
X
1
:
1
6
1
X1:162
X
1
:
1
6
3
X
1
:
1
6
5
X1:167 X1:168 X1:168
X1:58
X1:39
X1:153

X1:154
g
n
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n
g
n
b
l
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t
g
n
X14:1 2 3
S08
Man. / Automatik
11
12
X
1
:
1
6
4
X
1
:
1
6
6

X1:68

X1:69

X1:70

X1:65
Anschlu Diagnosegert
connection diagnosis tool
S35
Vibration klein/gro
24
23
13
14
G 0 K
sw
ws
bl
0
.
1
6
6
A
X1:38
9:1
X1:94 X1:95
GA
5:17
KA
5:17
7:4 7:12 7:12 7:11
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Anti Schlupfregelung, Lenkung
anti spin control, steering
K11:87
7:20
K11:87
12:1
31
6:20
31
9:1
B59
Bandagengeschwindigkeit
3
4
2
1
B60
Achsgeschwindigkeit
3
4
2
1
ASC ERROR
4:19
Serie nur bei DH/PDH MAschinen und alle BW 2253
series only acc. to DH/PDH versions and all BW 2253 types
X1:59 X1:55
B57
Neigungssensor
+45_G=4,5V
45_G=0,5V
1
5 6
4
3
2
N
o
t

B
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r
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b
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m
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c
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s
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v
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R07
Poti Fahrhebel

X4:1 2 3
X1:65 X1:85
X1:23
6:8
S42
Fahrstufen
1 2 3 21
22
12
11
43
44
61
62
A36
Elektronik
01
02
10
03
27
04
20
06
08
07
09
12
18
13
16
19 05 14
26
28+22
17
25
24
11
V01

1 2
S42:61
7:5
S42:62
7:5
09: 1Signal und 08: 1Signal = 2.Gang + Vibration
18: Analogsignal Neigungssensor
30A
m
a
x
.

3
,
6
A
Anschlu Diagnosegert
27: 1 Signal bei Fahrhebel in 0 Raste
m
a
x
.

1
,
2
3
A

(
S
a
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r
)
m
a
x
.

1
,
6
7
A

(
P
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c
lia
n
)
br
electronic
motor, drum motor, axle potentiometer travel lever
sensor drum speed
sensor axle speed
slope sensor
connection diagnosis tool
0,5V4,5V
1V
2,5V
4V
09: 0 Signal = 1.Gang + Vibration
09: 1Signal und 08: 0Signal = Transportgeschw. ohne Vibration
X1:44
X1:54
Y30
Bandagenmotor
1
2
Y31
Achsmotor
1
2
X1:48 X1:45
X1:64 X1:84
X1:71 X1:72 X1:68 X1:70 X1:69 X1:65
speed ranges
X1:52
F26:B
6:20
Y64
Magnetventil Lenkung
3
2 1

ZA
option
S71
Lenkhebel
L N R
N
PVREL
N
+ N S N
solenoid valve steering
steering lever
Signalstrom: 0,25mA
Signalspannung neutral: 6V
signal voltage, control range: 3V9V
Leistungsaufnahme: 8W
signal current: 0,25mA
signal voltage, neutral: 6V
Signalspannung Regelbereich: 3V9V
input: 8W
X1:112
X1:111

X
1
:
1
1
0
X1:87 X1:86 X1:67 X1:66

X1:63 X1:56 X1:57
X1:63

F51
Box D
1
A
F63
Box D
3
C
S01
3:14
31
32
X1:61
X1:60 X1:109
15
a
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M
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P
I
N

1
5
:

0
V
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ld

T
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p
s

P
I
N

1
5
:

0
V
X
1
:
S
B
W

2
1
9

m
it

1
1
0
e
r

A
c
h
s
m
o
t
o
r
B
W

1
7
8

m
it

A
c
h
s
e

i=
3
2
B
W

2
1
9

w
it
h


a
x
le

m
o
t
o
r

1
1
0
B
W

1
7
8

w
w
it
h

a
x
le

i=
3
2
X1:62
sw
ws
bl bl
sw
br
ws
s
p
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s
p
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d
d
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Variocontrol
variocontrol
Vibration on/off
solenoid valve inlet (1) solenoid valve inlet (3)
solenoid valve outlet (4)
solenoid valve outlet (2)
solenoid valve, vibration
solenoid valve, adjustment
automatic/manuell/test
Y128
Auslaventil (4)
1
2
Y22
Ventil Vibration
1
2
S
ig
n
a
l
V
ib
r
a
t
io
n

e
in
BV BH
indicator failure
acceleration sensors sensor, adjustable notor
module variocontrol
Y125
Einlaventil (1)
1
2
Y126
Einlaventil (3)
1
2
Y127
Auslaventil (2)
1
2
alive 8
,
5
V

N
o
t
b
e
t
r
ie
b
1
2
V
A46 Modul Variocontrol
14
18

4
19

1
10
17

3
9
2

5
7 8
13
12
16
11
15
6

1
5
V
+
1
5
V
AGND
B62
Beschleunigungssensoren
S

+15V
15V
B62

S

15V
+15V
A
G
N
D
8,5V
S09:24
7:7
manuell/test automatic
16 16
P16
A
n
z
e
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g
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m
o
d
u
l
F1 F2
A
G
N
D
C
A
N
+
+
C
A
N

m
o
n
i
t
o
r
i
n
g

m
o
d
u
l
A37
ESX Steuerung (Typ 7265)




2 12 9 30 29 1 23 28 56 57 58 59 60 54 6 7 8 27 26 15
34 35 46 61 62 63 64 49
G
e
h

u
s
e55 24 25 38 39 40 41 4 5 3 16
ESX control unit (typ 7265)
print
erase
S134
Lschen
23
24
S133
Drucken
23
24
P11
Drucker

R
x
D
T
x
D
A
G
N
D
+
printer
B61
Aufnehmer Verstellmotor

S/ws
/rt
+
/
s
w
V09


Y119
Ventil Arretierung
1
2
S132
Stop
23
24
S131
Start
23
24
start
stop
12V
H
5
7
Fertig
1
2
H
5
6
Weiter
1
2
ready
continue
e
m
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g
e
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c
y

s
e
r
v
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c
e

h
o
r
.
/
v
e
r
t
.
A44:2,3
10:6
S104
Automatik/Manuell/Prfen
AMP
1 2 3

1 2 3
R23



1kOhm
1kOhm
1kOhm
1kOhm
R24



R25



R26



a
m
p
l
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t
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i
n
d
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c
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t
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r
Fahrtrichtungserkennung
v
e
r
t
ik
a
l
=

1
2
V
5
x
0
,
7
5

/

L
e
is
t
u
n
g
S106
Automatik
S
AGND
+
S107
Hand/Prfen
S
AGND
+
F84

1
2
30A 10A
1
x
0
,
7
5

/

E
le
k
t
r
o
n
ik
1x1,5 1x1,5
K11:30
3:19
F67

1
2
Z

n
d
u
n
g

1
5
/
5
4

X
1
1
:
7

X
1
1
:
6
X
1
1
:
3
X
1
1
:
2

X
1
1
:
1
0
X
1
1
:
9

X
1
1
:
8
X1:38
7:7
X1:38
10:17
S09
Vibration Aus/Ein
23
24
X3:17 X3:18
X3:16
X3:1
X3:2
X3:3
X3:4
X3:7 X3:8
X3:9
X
1
2
:
4
X
1
2
:
2
S65
N
o
t
b
e
t
r
i
e
b

V
/
H
13
14
X
2
0
:
2
X
2
0
:
1
X21:2 X21:1

X
1
1
:
4

X
1
1
:
5

X
1
1
:
1
4

X
1
1
:
1
6
X
1
1
:
1
5

X
1
1
:
1
7
S13:1
10:14
A44:1
10:6

X
1
1
:
1
9

X
1
1
:
1
8

X11:1

X
1
1
:
1
3
X
1
1
:
1
2
X
1
1
:
1
1
X
2
:
8
X
1
2
:
3
X20:3 X21:3
X
2
:
3
3
X
2
:
3
5
X
2
:
3
4
X2:21
A37:13
A37:14
X2:16
X2:17
A37:17
A37:18
A37:19
X
2
:
1
0
X
2
:
7
3
X
2
:
7
4
X2:13
X2:12
X2:18
X2:14
X
2
:
6
8
X
2
:
2
0
A37:31
A37:32
X2:75
X2:76
X2:77
X2:78
X2:15
X2:40
A37:47
A37:48
X
2
:
6
3
X2:1A
X
2
:
5
X2:19
X2:26
X2:27
X2:28
X2:29
X2:30
X2:91
Reserveklemmen
terminals for resist
X2:6
X
2
:
4
2
X
2
:
6
9
X
2
:
7
0
X
2
:
9
X
2
:
1
1
X
2
:
3
9
X3:12 X3:13 X3:14 X3:15
X2:62 X2:61 X2:60 X2:59
X2:22
X2:23
X2:24
X2:25
X
2
:
8
1
X
2
:
8
2
X2:83
X
2
:
7
9
X
2
:
8
0
P26
A
m
p
l
i
t
u
d
e
n
a
n
z
e
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g
e
G
G+
X3:5
X2:72
X3:6
X2:72
X3:11
X2:71
X
2
:
6
6
X
2
:
6
7
X12:5
X
1
2
:
6
X2:55
X
2
:
3
6
X2:37
S13:8
10:14
S13:2
10:14
X2:56
X
2
:
3
1
X
2
:
3
1
X
2
:
3
1
X
2
:
3
2
X
2
:
3
2
X
2
:
3
2
H04
Anzeige Strung
1
2
X
2
:
4
1
X2:1E
X2:45
S01
3:14
51
52
X2:2A
X2:46
X2:2E
X2:49
X2:7
X
2
:
3
8
X2:47
X
2
:
3
1
X
2
:
5
2
X
2
:
5
3
X
2
:
5
4
TERRA1
10:9
X2:57
TERRA2
10:9
X2:58
X1:94
V09



X3:19
X2:64
X2:4 X2:5
X2:3
31
8:20
31
10:1
X2:92
X2:93
X2:48
F13:C
3:6
F13:C
14:1
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W

1
7
7

m
.

P
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f
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1
7
7

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h

P
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+15V
15V
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Omegameter, Terrameter
omega meter, terrameter
31
9:20
31
12:1
A08
K
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p
l
a
t
i
n
e

O
m
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m
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S2:1
S
1
:
3
S
1
:
2
S
4
:
1
S
4
:
7
S
2
:
2
S
2
:
3
S
2
:
4
S
2
:
5
P07
+

B62
Beschleunigungsaufnehmer (90_G)


A33
Kopplung Komponenten Terrameter




S
4
:
1
S
2
1
:
6
S
4
:
2
S
9
:
1

5
S
1
1
:
1

2
5
S
8
:
1

1
0
S
7
:
1

1
5
S
1
9
:
1

6
S
2
0
:
1

9
S
6
:
1
S
6
:
2
S
6
:
3
S
6
:
4
S
6
:
5
S
6
:
6
S
6
:
9
S
5
:
1
S
5
:
2
S
5
:
3
S
5
:
4
S
2
1
:
5
S
2
1
:
1
S
4
:
3
S
1
4
:
1

5
S
1
2
:
1

5
S
1
7
:
1

8
S
1
6
:
1
S
1
6
:
2
S
1
6
:
3
S
1
6
:
7
S
1
8
:
1
S
1
8
:
2
S
1
8
:
5
S
1
8
:
6
S
1
5
:
3
S
1
5
:
4
S
1
5
:
5
S
1
5
:
6
S
1
5
:
7
S
1
5
:
8
NEUT"0"
6:8
V
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v
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B
6
0
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6
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S
C

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P15
Bildschirm 8


X1:38
9:20
X1:38
15:1
X1:21
5:20
F05:A
2:19
diplay
acceleration sensor (BV)
acceleration sensor (BH) sensor, axle speed
5
DipSchalter 1: Geschlossen, fr Bandagenart "D"
DipSchalter 1: Offen, fr Bandagenart "PD"
DipSchalter 2: Geschlossen, fr BW 213/214/217/219
DipSchalter 2: Offen, fr BW 142/172/212
acceleration sensor (90_G)
Alle anderen DipSchalter : keine Verwendung
connector board, terra meter components
br
sw
5 5
S
p
a
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v
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P
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4

M
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B
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2
4

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b
o
a
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d
,

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m
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a

m
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befindliche Zusatzanwendungen
connectors for additional
m
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d
u
l
,

t
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r
a

m
e
t
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r
Terrameter, Ausrstungsumfang VM2VM5
terra meter, applications VM2VM5
Omegameter, Ausrstungsumfang VM1
omega meter, application VM1
15
8
7
Stecker fr in Planung
interface
m
a
x
.

1
0
A
m
a
x
.

1
A
wout
rout
gnd
rin
win
15/54 rout
E07

1
2
equipment, not jet available

X1:83

X
1
:
8
8
B60
Sensor Achsgeschwindigkeit
1
4
3
2

X1:86

X1:87
B60:3
5:14
A35
Schnittstelle
ST1:1
ST2:18
ST1:2
X10:119
X1:82
X1:89
X1:54

X1:85
X1:84
X
1
:
9
0
Dipswitch 1: closed, for "D" drum
Dipswitch 1: open, for "PD" drum
Dipswitch 2: closed, for BW 213/214/217/219
DipSchalter 2: open, for BW 142/172/212
all other Dipswitches : no use
A44:2,3
9:8
A44:1
9:8
S13:1



S13:1
9:8
AGND
S13:2



S13:8



S13:9



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9:15
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5
V
0

5
V
B62
Beschleunigungsaufnehmer (BV)


B62
Beschleunigungsaufnehmer (BH)



X1:81
A44
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9
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5
Signalbertragung bei
angebauter Variocontrol
jeweils an PIN 1
TERRA1
9:8
TERRA2
9:9
X2:50
X2:9
bl
ws
speed
direction
S
6
:
1
1
1
:
1
2
S
6
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1
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S
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3
S
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S
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1
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6
S
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1
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1
2
S
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2
1
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1
5
S
5
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3
1
1
:
1
5
S
1
6
:
1
1
1
:
1
6
S
1
6
:
2
1
1
:
1
6
S
1
6
:
3
1
1
:
1
7
S
1
6
:
7
1
1
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1
7
S
1
8
:
1
1
1
:
1
1
S
1
8
:
2
1
1
:
1
1
S
1
8
:
5
1
1
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1
2
S
1
8
:
6
1
1
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1
2
S
1
5
:
3
1
1
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6
S
1
5
:
4
1
1
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6
S
1
5
:
5
1
1
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6
S
1
5
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6
1
1
:
7
S
1
5
:
7
1
1
:
7
S
1
5
:
8
1
1
:
7
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Detailansicht Drucker und Bedieneinheit
detail view printer and operationunit
X13
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
X14
1 2 3 4
X15
1 3 4 2
X16
6 5 4 3 2 1
S153
P
a
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s
c
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b
3
4
P11



20
Druckercontroller
Druckereinheit
S131
START
23
24
S132
STOP
23
24
S133
DRUCKEN
23
24
S152
PDD
13
14
S140
TESTNORMAL
13
14
S134
LSCHEN
23
24
E07
Bel. Omegameter
X2
X1
E05
Bel. Frequenzanzeige
X2
X1
E04
Bel. Geschwindigkeitsanzeige
X2
X1
H56
WEITER
X2
X1
H57
FERTIG
X2
X1
P07
Omegameter
+

P05
Frequenzanzeige
+

P04
Geschwindigkeitsanzeige
+

B
e
d
i
e
n
e
i
n
h
e
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t
printerunit
printercontroller
start
stop
print
PDD
testnormal
clear
continue
comp. achieved
illum. omegameter
illum. frequency meter
illum. speedometer
omegameter
frequency meter
speedometer
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3
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6
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1
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1
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1
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S
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1
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S
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1
0
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1
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S
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6
1
0
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1
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S
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1
0
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1
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S
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1
1
0
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1
2
S
5
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2
1
0
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1
2
S
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3
1
0
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1
3
S
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4
1
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1
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M
0
5
ST21 S14
S12 S4
S6
S10
S18
S17
S16
S15
S5
S19
S13
S9
S8
S20 S11
S7
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ZA Berieselung
option sprinkler systhem
K11:87
8:20
K11:87
13:1
Y06
Berieselungsventil
1
2
A01
Intervallschalter
1
3/4
2
K23
12:12
30
87a 87
K46
12:6
30
87a 87
F37
Box B
2
B
30
7:20
30
13:1
K23

86
85
K37
Zeitrelais
timing relay

15 out 30
87a
87
St+
St
15 in V
1s 2s
4s
F06
Box D
5
E
Y06
Berieselungsventil
1
2
S05
Schalter Berieselung
11
12
23
24
0 1 2
01
M
1,83A
m
a
x

8
A
0
,
1
8
A
0
,
1
8
A
40A 30A
sprinkler pump
interval switch
switch, sprinkler system
solenoid valve sprinkler
4s abschaltverzgert
1
,
8
3
A
solenoid valve sprinkler
31
10:20
31
13:1
X1:137 X1:134
M02
Berieselungspumpe
+

X1:135
K46

86
85
X1:138
X1:141
X1:142
V09



V09



X1:139
M03
Emulsionspumpe
+

M
X1:143 X1:140 X1:136
X1:144
emulsion sprinkler pump
Alternativer Anbau fr
Emulsionsberieselung
emulsions sprinkler application
alternative assembling for
m
a
x
.

7
,
2
A
Entfllt bei
Emulsionsberieselung
not assembled acc. to
emulsions sprinkler application
12:9 12:4
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ZA Beleuchtung, Arbeitsscheinwerfer, StvZO Beleuchtung
option illumination, working head lights, StvZO illumination
31
12:20
31
14:1
K11:87
12:20
K11:87

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13:9
30
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S15
Schalter StvZO
31
32
11 24
12 23
K16

86
85
K06

86
85
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30
12:5
30

F11
Box A
2
B
F18
Box D
2
B
X1:97
S53
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12
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indicator relay
bei ROPSAufbau
rotary beacon with ROPS
A02
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49
31
49a
F08
Box D
6
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15A
X1:129 X1:132
K06
13:3
30
87a 87
S37
Schalter Blinker
13
14
24
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Kabine, Klimatisierung
cabin, air conditioning
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working head lights, rear
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Anbau Vibrationsplatten
assembling unit vibration plates
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057 551 10
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Vibration Ein / Aus
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control module
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X1:169
X1:170 X1:171
X1:172 X1:173 X1:174 X1:175
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proximity switch excluded,
Verkabelung bleibt bestehen
wiring still the same
Relaisspule entfallen
Relaiskontakt entfallen
relaycontact excuded
wiring still the same
relaissolenoit excluded
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Bl. Pf.
A01 012 6 Intervallschalter Berieselungssystem Interval switch, sprinkler system
A02 013 17 Blinkrelais Indicator relay
A05 005 9 Elektronik Geschwindigkeitsanzeige Electronic system, speedometer MODUL
A06 005 4 Elektronik Frequenzanzeige vorne Electronic system, frequency meter, fr. MODUL
A08 010 18 Elektronik Omegameter Electronic system, Omegameter
A12 014 17 Radio Radio
A15 004 13 Platine Ueberwachungsmodul Printed circuit board, monitoring module
A16 005 14 Elektronik Tachograph Electronic system, tachograph
A17 007 11 Elektronik Geschwindigkeitskontrolle Electronic, speed control
A23 002 8 Platine Generator Printed circuit,generator
A33 010 7 Zentralplatine Kopplung Verdichtungskomponenten Connection dircuit board, compac. components
A35 010 14 Versorgungsplatine Suppling circuit board
A36 008 2 Elektronik Antischlupfregelung Elektronic antispin control
A37 009 11 Elektronik Variomatic Elektronic variomatic
A44 010 5 Zusatzelektronik Additional control unit
A46 009 2 Modul Variomatik Modul, variomatik
A51 005 17 Platine Frequenzanzeige Circuit board,frequenzy meter
A54 015 6 Modul Pumpenansteuerung Modul pump control

B03 004 19 Unterdruckschalter Luftfilter Vacuum switch, air cleaner
B06 004 15 Druckschalter Motoroel Pressure switch, engine oil
B11 004 1 Signalhorn Warning horn MAX. 5A
B11 004 3 Signalhorn Warning horn MAX. 5A
B13 006 2 Naeherungsinitiator Fahrhebel links Proximity switch, travel lever, lh.
B14 006 4 Naeherungsinitiator Fahrhebel rechts Proximity switch, travel lever, rh.
B16 005 3 Aufnehmer Vibrationsfrequenz vorne Transducer, vibration frequency, front
B21 004 18 Differenzdruckschalter Hydr.Oelfilter Pressure diff. switch, hydr. oil filter
B29 014 5 Raumthermostat Room thermostat
B51 014 17 Lautsprecher Radio Speaker radio
B51 014 18 Lautsprecher Radio Speaker radio
B53 004 16 Temperaturgeber Kuehlmittel Temperature switch, collant
B54 003 5 Temperaturgeber Starthilfe Temperature switch, starting assistance
B55 004 19 Kuehlmittelstand Ausgleichsbehaelter Coolant charge expansion tank
B57 008 9 Neigungssensor Stufenumschaltung Slope sensor, speed range selection
B59 008 11 Aufnehmer Bandagengeschwindigkeit Sensor, drum speed
B60 007 15 Aufnehmer Achsgeschwindigkeit Sensor, axle speed
B60 008 12 Aufnehmer Achsgeschwindigkeit Sensor, axle speed
B60 010 3 Aufnehmer Achsgeschwindigkeit Sensor, axle speed
B61 009 7 Aufnehmer Verstellzylinder Sensor, ajustable zylinder
B62 009 9 Beschleunigungsaufnehmer Acceleration sensor
B62 009 10 Beschleunigungsaufnehmer Acceleration sensor
B62 010 9 Beschleunigungsaufnehmer Acceleration sensor
B62 010 9 Beschleunigungsaufnehmer Acceleration sensor
B62 010 18 Beschleunigungsaufnehmer Acceleration sensor
B75 014 5 Kuehlmitteldruck coolant pressure

E01 013 12 Beleuchtung Tankanzeige Illumination, level gauge
E02 013 14 Beleuchtung Temperaturanzeige Illumination, temperature gauge
E03 013 14 Beleuchtung Drehzahlmesser Illumination, rpm meter
E04 011 13 Beleuchtung Geschwindigkeitsanzeige Illumination, speedometer
E05 011 12 Beleuchtung Frequenzanzeige vorne Illumination, frequency gauge, front
E05 013 16 Beleuchtung Frequenzanzeige vorne Illumination, frequency gauge, front
E07 010 17 Beleuchtung Omegameter Illumination, Omegameter
E07 011 12 Beleuchtung Omegameter Illumination, Omegameter
E08 013 18 Blinkleuchte vorne links Indicator, front, lh. MAX. 1,75A
E09 013 18 Blinkleuchte hinten links Indicator, rear, lh. MAX. 1,75A
E10 013 19 Blinkleuchte vorne rechts Indicator, front, rh. MAX. 1,75A
E11 013 19 Blinkleuchte hinten rechts Indicator, rear, rh. MAX. 1,75A
E12 013 6 Parkleuchte links Parking light, lh. MAX. 0,42A
E13 013 5 Schlussleuchte links Tail light, lh. MAX. 0,42A
E14 013 6 Parkleuchte rechts Parking light, rh. MAX. 0,42A
E15 013 7 Schlussleuchte rechts Tail light, rh. MAX. 0,42A
E16 013 2 Scheinwerfer links Head light, lh. MAX. 4,6A
E17 013 2 Scheinwerfer rechts Head light, rh. MAX. 4,6A
E22 013 13 Beleuchtung Temperaturanzeige Hydr.oel Illumination, temp. gauge, hydraulic oil
E23 013 11 Arbeitsscheinwerfer vorne links Working head light, front, lh. MAX. 4,6A
E23 014 16 Arbeitsscheinwerfer vorne links Working head light, front, lh. 4,6A
E25 013 12 Arbeitsscheinwerfer vorne rechts Working head light, front, rh. MAX. 4,6A
E25 014 17 Arbeitsscheinwerfer vorne rechts Working head light, front, rh. 4,6A
E27 013 10 Arbeitsscheinwerfer hinten links Working head light, rear, lh. MAX. 4,6A
E27 014 15 Arbeitsscheinwerfer hinten links Working head light, rear, lh. 4,6A
E28 013 10 Arbeitsscheinwerfer hinten rechts Working head light, rear, rh. MAX. 4,6A
E28 014 16 Arbeitsscheinwerfer hinten rechts Working head light, rear, rh. 4,6A
E29 014 7 Innenleuchte Kabine Inside light, cabin 1,3A
E30 002 12 Heizgeraet Heating unit MAX.20A/NENN2A
E32 013 9 Kennleuchte Warning light
E32 014 20 Kennleuchte Warning light 5A
E41 013 4 Umrissleuchte vorne links Contour illumination front, lh. MAX. 0,42A
E42 013 4 Umrissleuchte hinten links Contour illumination rear, lh. MAX. 0,42A
E43 013 7 Umrissleuchte vorne rechts Contour illumination front, rh. MAX. 0,42A
E44 013 8 Umrissleuchte hinten rechts Contour illumination rear, rh. MAX. 0,42A
E45 013 13 Beleuchtung Oeldruckanzeige Illumination oil pressure indicator
E46 013 15 Beleuchtung Voltmeter Illumination volt meter
E54 013 16 Beleuchtung Vektoranzeige Illumination vector indicator

F00 002 3 Hauptsicherung Batterie Fuse, main, battery 125A
F02 014 19 Ersatzsicherung Fuse, spare
F03 007 2 Sicherung Vibration Fuse, vibration 30A
F05 002 19 Sicherung Steckdose Fuse, socket 30A
F06 012 6 Sicherung Berieselung Fuse, sprinkler system 30A
F07 013 12 Sicherung Warnblinker Fuse, hazard light 15A
F08 013 13 Sicherung Blinker u. Arbeitsscheinw. Fuse, indicators a. work. head light 15A
F09 013 5 Sicherung Park u. Schlussl. links Fuse, parking and tail light, lh. 15A
F10 013 7 Sicherung Park u. Schlussl. rechts Fuse, parking and tail light, rh. 15A
F11 013 2 Sicherung Scheinwerfer links Fuse, head light, lh. 15A
F13 003 5 Sicherung Startschalter Fuse, starter switch 30A
F14 003 14 Sicherung Hubmagnet Motor Fuse, shut off solenoid, engine 30A
F17 014 17 Sicherung Radio Fuse, radio
F18 013 4 Vorsicherung Arbeitsscheinw. vorne Primary fuse, work. head light, fr. 30A
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F19 013 12 Sicherung Arbeitsscheinw. vorne li. Fuse, working head light, front, lh. 30A
F21 013 13 Sicherung Instrumentenbeleuchtung Fuse, illumination of gauges 30A
F22 013 10 Sicherung Arbeitsscheinwerfer hinten Fuse, working head lights, rear 30A
F23 004 2 Sicherung Signalhorn Fuse, warning horn 30A
F24 004 14 Sicherung Ueberwachungsmodul Fuse, monitoring module 30A
F25 006 2 Sicherung Magnetv. Fahren u. Bremse Fuse, sol. valve, travel and brake 30A
F26 006 14 Sicherung Magnetv. Fahrstufenumsch. Fuse, sol. valve, speed range sel. 30A
F31 014 13 Sicherung Kabinenluefter Fuse, cabin ventilator
F37 012 4 Sicherung Berieselungspumpe Fuse, sprinkler pump 40A
F40 002 12 Sicherung Kabinenheizung Fuse, heating unit cab 25A
F42 014 7 Sicherung Kabineninnenleuchte Fuse, inside light cab
F43 014 8 Sicherung Wischermotor hinten Fuse, wipermotor rear
F44 014 11 Sicherung Wischermotor vorn Fuse, wipermotor front
F51 008 2 Sicherung Antischlupfregelung Fuse, antispin control 30A
F60 007 19 Sicherung Speed Control Fuse, speed control 30A
F63 008 16 Sicherung Lenkung Fuse, steering 30A
F67 009 12 Sicherung Steuerung (Potential 30) Fuse, controller (pot.30) 30A
F84 009 13 Sicherung Steuerung (Klemme 54) Fuse, controller (Pin 54) 10A

G01 002 3 Batterie Battery 100 AH
G02 002 5 Generator Generator
G03 002 4 Batterie Battery 100 AH

H04 009 2 Meldeleuchte Betriebsstoerung Indicator light, breakdown
H07 004 14 Warnsummer Betriebsstoerung Warning buzzer, breakdown
H14 006 9 Warnsummer Rueckwaertsfahrt Backup alarm buzzer
H14 007 8 Warnsummer Rueckwaertsfahrt Backup alarm buzzer
H30 007 19 Meldeleuchte Geschwindikgeitskontrolle Indicator light, speed control
H56 009 14 Meldeleuchte "Weiter" Indicator light, "continue"
H56 011 10 Meldeleuchte "Weiter" Indicator light, "continue"
H57 009 15 Meldeleuchte "Fertig" Indicator light, "ready"
H57 011 10 Meldeleuchte "Fertig" Indicator light, "ready"

K04 007 2 Schrittrelais Vibration Toggle relay, vibration
K05 006 6 Relais Startstrom Relay, starting current BOSCHW
K06 013 3 Relais Scheinwerfer hinten Relay, head lights, rear BOSCHW
K09 002 9 Relais Klimageraet Relay, air conditioning BOSCHW
K11 003 3 Relais Klemme 30 auf 15 Relay, terminal 30 to 15 BOSCHL
K16 013 9 Relais Scheinwerfer vorne Relay, head lights, front BOSCHW
K22 004 12 Relais Hubmagnet Motor Relay, shut off solenoid, engine BOSCHW
K23 012 12 Relais Berieselungssystem Relay, sprinkler system BOSCHW
K26 006 4 Relais Rueckfahrwarneinrichtung Relay, back up alarm BOSCHW
K30 015 5 Relais Ueberlastschutz Relay, overload protection BOSCHW
K32 003 2 Relais Kabine Relay, cabin BOSCHL
K33 014 5 Relais Warnsummer Betriebsstoerung Relay, warning buzzer, failure indication BOSCHW
K36 002 8 Relais Bremskontrolle Relay, brake control BOSCHW
K37 012 16 Zeitrelais Timing relay
K43 007 17 Relais Vibration Relay, vibration BOSCHW
K46 012 6 Umschaltrelais Switching relay BOSCHW
K48 006 2 Relais Fahrhebel 0Stellung Relay, travel lever 0position BOSCHW
K49 014 4 Relais Warnsummer Relay, warning buzzer BOSCHW
K67 015 3 Relais Vibrationsabschaltung Relay, vibration deactivation BOSCHW
K77/1 007 14 Relais Override Relay, override BOSCHW
K77/2 007 15 Relais Override Relay, override BOSCHW
K77/3 007 16 Relais Override Relay, override BOSCHW

M01 003 7 Starter Starter
M02 012 4 Berieselungspumpe Sprinkler pump 8A
M03 012 14 Emulsionsberieselungspumpe Emulsion sprinkler pump MAX. 7,2A
M04 014 10 Scheibenwischermotor vorne Windscreen wiper motor, front 4,7A
M05 014 8 Scheibenwischermotor hinten Windscreen wiper motor, rear 2,9A
M06 014 11 Scheibenwaschermotor vorne Windscreen washer motor, front MAX. 3,8A
M07 014 9 Scheibenwaschermotor hinten Windscreen washer motor, rear MAX. 3,8A
M09 014 3 Kabinenluefter Cabin ventilator
M09 014 14 Kabinenluefter Cabin ventilator 14,2A

P00 002 10 Betriebsstundenzaehler Operating hour meter
P01 004 5 Tankanzeige Level gauge
P02 004 6 Temperaturanzeige Hydraulikoel Temperature gauge, hydraulic oil
P03 004 7 Drehzahlmesser Rpm meter
P04 005 11 Geschwindigkeitsanzeige Speedometer
P04 011 17 Geschwindigkeitsanzeige Speedometer
P05 005 5 Frequenzanzeige vorne Frequency meter, front
P05 011 16 Frequenzanzeige vorne Frequency meter, front
P07 010 19 Omegameter Omegameter
P07 011 15 Omegameter Omegameter
P09 005 18 Frequenz und Geschwindigkeitsanzeige Frequency and Speedometer
P11 009 19 Drucker Printer
P11 011 12 Drucker Printer
P12 004 11 Voltmeter Volt meter
P13 004 8 Anzeige Motoroeldruck Pressure gauge, engine oil
P14 004 10 Anzeige Kuehlmitteltemperatur Temperature gauge, coolant
P15 010 13 BCM 03 Bildschirm BCM 03 terminal
P16 009 19 Fehleranzeige Variomatic Fault indication, varimatic
P26 009 5 Anzeige Amplitude amplitude indicator

R02 003 6 Gluehkerze Glow plug 0,8A
R03 004 4 Geber Tankanzeige Sender, level gauge
R04 004 5 Geber Hydraulikoeltemperatur Sender, hydraulic oil temp.
R07 008 8 Potentiometer Geschwindigkeitsk. Potentiometer speed control
R20 007 9 Widerstand Resistor 330 OHM / 25W
R21 007 10 Widerstand Resistor 330 OHM / 25W
R22 007 12 Widerstand Resistor 68 OHM / 25W
R23 009 14 Widerstand Resistor 1KOHM
R24 009 14 Widerstand Resistor 1KOHM
R25 009 14 Widerstand Resistor 1KOHM
R26 009 14 Widerstand Resistor 1KOHM

S00 003 5 Startschalter Starter switch
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S01 003 14 Schalter NOT AUS Switch, emergency off NOTAUSH
S03 004 2 Taster Signalhorn Push button, warning horn
S05 012 6 Berieselungsschalter Switch, sprinkler system
S08 007 4 Vibrationsschalter man./autom. Switch, vibration, man./autom.
S09 009 6 Vibrationsschalter vorne Switch, vibration, front
S13 007 2 Vibrationsschalter Fahrhebel rechts Switch, vibration, travel lever, rh.
S14 013 12 Warnblinkschalter Switch, hazard light
S15 013 3 Beleuchtungsschalter StVZO Switch, lighting StVZO
S20 014 11 Schalter Scheibenwischer vorne Switch, windscreen wiper, front
S21 014 8 Schalter Scheibenwischer hinten Switch, windscreen wiper, rear
S35 007 4 Vibrationsschalter klein/gross Switch, vibration low/high
S36 015 9 Vibrationsschalter Switch, vibration
S37 013 16 Schalter Blinker Switch, indicator
S38 013 9 Schalter Kennleuchte Switch, warning light
S38 014 20 Schalter Kennleuchte Switch, warning light
S42 006 11 Stufenumschalter schnelllangsam Speed range selector, fastslow
S42 006 16 Stufenumschalter schnelllangsam Speed range selector, fastslow
S42 008 5 Stufenumschalter schnelllangsam Speed range selector, fastslow
S44 014 13 Schalter Kabinenluefter Switch, cabin ventilator
S45 014 7 Kabineninnenleuchte Switch, cabin inside light
S48 007 19 Zusatzschalter Speed Control Additional switch, speed control
S53 013 3 Schalter Arbeitsbeleuchtung Switch, working lights
S54 007 17 Schalter Fahrstufen Switch, speed ranges
S65 009 2 Schalter Vibration horizontal/vertikal Switch, vibration horizontal/vertical
S71 008 17 Schalter Lenkung Switch, steering
S75 007 11 Schalter Fahrhebel Switch, travel control lever
S102 014 3 Schalter Klimaanlage Switch air conditioning
S104 009 15 Schalter man./autom. Switch man./autom.
S106 009 17 Schalter Verdichtungsenergie Switch, compaction energy
S107 009 16 Schalter Amplitutenverstellung Switch,amplit. adjustment
S130 015 16 Schalter Platten Heben / Senken Switch, plates lift / let down
S131 009 16 Schalter Start Switch, start
S131 011 4 Schalter Start Switch, start
S132 009 16 Schalter Stop Switch, stop
S132 011 5 Schalter Stop Switch, stop
S133 009 17 Schalter Drucken Switch, print
S133 011 6 Schalter Drucken Switch, print
S134 009 18 Schalter Loeschen Switch, erase
S134 011 8 Schalter Loeschen Switch, erase
S139 015 6 Schalter Frequenzverstellung Switch, frequency control
S140 011 8 Schalter Test / Normal Switch, test mode / standard mode
S152 011 7 Schalter PDD Switch, PDD
S153 011 18 Papiervorschub paper formfeed

V01 008 6 Diode Diode DIODENMODUL
V02 006 16 Diode Diode DIODENMODUL
V03 006 17 Diode Diode DIODENMODUL
V05 003 18 Diode Diode DIODENMODUL
V06 007 9 Diode Diode DIODENMODOL
V07 007 10 Diode Diode DIODENMODOL
V08 003 12 Diode Diode DIODENMODUL
V09 006 8 Diode Diode
V09 006 12 Diode Diode
V09 006 16 Diode Diode
V09 006 19 Diode Diode
V09 007 3 Diode Diode
V09 007 4 Diode Diode
V09 009 9 Diode Diode VENTIL
V09 009 12 Diode Diode LTZE
V09 012 8 Diode Diode
V09 012 16 Diode Diode
V09 015 13 Diode Diode LTZE
V09 015 17 Diode Diode LTZE
V09 015 19 Diode Diode LTZE
V11 014 1 Diode Diode WAGO, FE5B
V12 015 15 Diode Diode WAGO, FE5B
V13 015 18 Diode Diode WAGO, FE5B
V14 015 12 Diode Diode WAGO, FE5B
V15 014 3 Diode Diode FE5B
V24 002 1 LoadDumpModul Loaddumpmodul

X1:1 002 1 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:2 002 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:3 002 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:4 002 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:5 002 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:6 003 8 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:7 003 9 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:8 003 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:9 003 8 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:S 008 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:10 002 19 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:11 003 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:12 002 6 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:13 002 6 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:14 004 9 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:15 004 8 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:16 003 14 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:17 003 10 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:17 004 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:18 004 16 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:19 004 15 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:20 004 17 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:21 004 14 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:22 004 16 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:23 004 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:24 004 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:25 004 17 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:26 004 19 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
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X1:27 004 14 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:27 014 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:28 002 8 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:28 004 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:29 002 10 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:30 004 16 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:31 003 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:31 004 13 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:31 004 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:31 006 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:32 002 8 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:32 004 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:32 004 14 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:32 006 9 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:32 007 8 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:33 006 9 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:33 007 8 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:34 004 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:35 013 13 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:36 004 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:36 006 9 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:37 002 8 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:37 002 10 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:37 004 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:37 006 6 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:38 007 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:39 007 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:40 003 14 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:41 003 14 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:42 006 7 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:43 006 7 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:44 006 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:44 006 16 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:44 008 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:45 008 6 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:46 003 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:48 008 6 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:51 006 16 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:52 008 7 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:54 006 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:54 006 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:54 006 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:54 008 14 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:54 010 17 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:55 008 6 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:56 006 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:56 006 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:56 008 6 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:57 006 15 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:57 008 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:58 003 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:58 003 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:58 006 15 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:58 007 9 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:58 013 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:59 008 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:60 008 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:61 008 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:62 008 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:63 008 8 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:64 008 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:65 007 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:65 008 10 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:65 008 10 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:66 008 10 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:67 008 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:68 007 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:68 008 8 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:69 007 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:69 008 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:70 007 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:70 008 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:71 008 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:72 008 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:73 003 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:73 014 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:74 014 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:75 014 9 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:76 013 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:77 013 10 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:78 014 7 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:79 014 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:7A 003 6 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:80 002 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:81 010 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:82 010 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:83 010 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:84 008 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:84 010 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:85 008 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:85 010 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:86 008 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:86 010 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:87 008 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:87 010 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:88 010 8 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:89 010 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:90 010 7 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:91 006 7 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
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X1:92 006 7 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:93 007 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:94 007 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:94 009 6 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:95 007 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:96 007 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:97 013 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:98 013 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:99 004 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:100 004 1 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:101 004 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:102 004 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:103 004 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:103 007 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:104 007 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:105 004 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:105 006 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:106 006 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:107 006 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:108 006 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:109 008 16 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:110 008 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:111 008 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:112 008 19 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:112 015 9 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:112 015 16 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:113 005 15 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:114 005 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:115 005 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:116 005 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:116 014 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:116 015 7 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:116 015 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:117 005 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:118 005 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:119 005 14 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:120 007 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:121 014 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:122 014 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:123 014 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:124 014 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:125 014 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:126 002 9 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:126 014 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:128 013 2 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:129 013 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:130 013 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:131 013 19 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:132 013 7 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:133 013 9 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:133 013 17 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:134 012 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:135 012 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:136 012 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:137 012 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:138 012 6 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:139 012 6 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:140 012 6 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:141 012 10 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:142 012 10 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:143 012 9 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:144 012 17 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:145 007 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:146 007 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:147 007 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:148 007 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:149 007 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:150 007 13 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:151 007 14 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:152 007 14 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:153 007 17 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:154 007 17 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:155 007 20 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:156 007 9 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:157 007 10 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:158 007 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:159 007 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:160 007 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:161 007 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:162 007 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:163 007 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:164 007 13 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:165 007 14 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:166 007 14 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:167 007 13 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:168 007 14 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:168 007 19 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:169 015 4 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:170 015 16 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:171 015 16 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:172 015 12 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:173 015 14 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:174 015 16 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:175 015 18 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:176 015 9 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:177 015 9 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:178 015 3 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:179 015 5 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
X1:180 015 11 WAGO, EKASTEN WAGO, EBOX
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X2:3 009 7 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:4 009 7 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:5 009 7 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:5 009 13 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:5 013 16 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:6 009 2 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:7 009 2 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:8 009 11 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:9 009 3 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:9 010 15 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:10 009 11 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:11 009 3 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:12 009 18 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:13 009 18 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:14 009 17 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:15 009 18 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:16 009 17 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:17 009 17 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:18 009 17 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:19 009 10 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:1A 009 12 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:1E 009 12 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:20 009 6 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:21 009 8 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:22 009 9 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:23 009 9 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:24 009 9 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:25 009 9 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:26 009 10 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:27 009 10 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:28 009 10 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:29 009 8 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:2A 009 13 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:2E 009 13 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:30 009 8 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:31 009 5 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:31 009 14 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:31 009 17 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:31 009 17 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:32 009 14 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:32 009 17 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:32 009 17 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:33 009 16 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:34 009 16 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:35 009 15 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:36 009 16 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:37 009 16 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:38 009 2 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:39 009 2 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:40 009 9 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:41 009 2 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:42 009 5 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:43 013 16 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:44 013 16 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:45 009 12 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:46 009 13 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:47 009 2 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:48 009 20 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:49 009 6 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:50 010 14 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:51 013 16 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:52 009 8 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:53 009 8 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:54 009 7 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:55 009 16 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:56 009 16 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:57 009 9 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:58 009 10 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:59 009 3 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:60 009 4 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:61 009 5 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:62 009 5 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:63 009 13 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:64 009 7 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:66 009 9 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:67 009 10 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:68 009 7 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:69 009 4 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:70 009 4 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:71 009 7 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:72 009 6 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:72 009 10 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:73 009 14 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:74 009 14 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:75 009 15 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:76 009 16 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:77 009 16 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:78 009 17 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:79 009 19 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:80 009 19 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:81 009 19 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:82 009 20 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:83 009 19 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:91 009 8 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:92 009 8 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X2:93 009 8 VARIOCONTROL variocontrol
X3:1 009 8 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:2 009 8 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:3 009 8 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
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X3:4 009 8 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:5 009 10 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:6 009 6 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:7 009 9 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:8 009 10 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:9 009 7 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:11 009 7 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:12 009 3 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:13 009 4 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:14 009 5 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:15 009 5 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:16 009 13 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:17 009 3 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:18 009 5 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X3:19 009 13 WEIDMLLER, BANDAGE Weidmueller drum
X4:1 008 8 AMP, POTI FAHRHEBEL AMP, poti travel lever
X4:2 008 9 AMP, POTI FAHRHEBEL AMP, poti travel lever
X4:3 008 9 AMP, POTI FAHRHEBEL AMP, poti travel lever
X5:1 004 14 AMP, WARNSUMMER AMP, buzzer
X5:2 004 14 AMP, WARNSUMMER AMP, buzzer
X6:1 006 1 AMP FAHRHEBEL AMP, travel lever
X6:2 006 2 AMP FAHRHEBEL AMP, travel lever
X6:3 006 2 AMP FAHRHEBEL AMP, travel lever
X7:1 006 3 AMP FAHRHEBEL AMP, travel lever
X7:2 006 4 AMP FAHRHEBEL AMP, travel lever
X7:3 006 4 AMP FAHRHEBEL AMP, travel lever
X8:1 007 2 AMP FAHRHEBEL AMP, travel lever
X8:2 007 2 AMP FAHRHEBEL AMP, travel lever
X9:1 006 9 AMP WARNSUMMER AMP, buzzer
X9:1 007 8 AMP WARNSUMMER AMP, buzzer
X9:2 006 9 AMP WARNSUMMER AMP, buzzer
X9:2 007 8 AMP WARNSUMMER AMP, buzzer
XS 002 19 Steckdose Socket
XS 002 19 Steckdose Socket
X10:119 010 13 SCHALTBAU FAHRERSTAND SCHALTBAU, operators platform
X11:1 009 19 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:2 009 18 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:3 009 18 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:4 009 19 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:5 009 19 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:6 009 20 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:7 009 20 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:8 009 7 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:9 009 9 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:10 009 10 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:11 009 17 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:12 009 17 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:13 009 18 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:14 009 7 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:15 009 7 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:16 009 7 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:17 009 8 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:18 009 8 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X11:19 009 6 SCHALTBAU DIAGNOSE Schaltbau diagnosis
X12:2 009 14 AMP, SCHALTER AMP, switch
X12:3 009 15 AMP, SCHALTER AMP, switch
X12:4 009 14 AMP, SCHALTER AMP, switch
X12:5 009 16 AMP, SCHALTER AMP, switch
X12:6 009 16 AMP, SCHALTER AMP, switch
X13:1 011 12 Druckerschnittstelle intreface printer
X13:2 011 12 Druckerschnittstelle intreface printer
X13:3 011 12 Druckerschnittstelle intreface printer
X13:4 011 13 Druckerschnittstelle intreface printer
X13:5 011 13 Druckerschnittstelle intreface printer
X13:6 011 13 Druckerschnittstelle intreface printer
X13:7 011 14 Druckerschnittstelle intreface printer
X14:1 007 17 AMP ARMATUREN AMP, dash board
X14:1 011 15 Druckerschnittstelle intreface printer
X14:2 007 17 AMP ARMATUREN AMP, dash board
X14:2 011 15 Druckerschnittstelle intreface printer
X14:3 007 18 AMP ARMATUREN AMP, dash board
X14:3 011 15 Druckerschnittstelle intreface printer
X14:4 011 16 Druckerschnittstelle intreface printer
X15:1 011 12 Druckercontroller Printercontroller
X15:1 015 4 PLATTEN KUPPLUNG ANBA plates clutch assembling unit
X15:1 015 5 PLATTEN KUPPLUNG MASC plates clutch, machine
X15:2 011 14 Druckercontroller Printercontroller
X15:2 015 4 PLATTEN KUPPLUNG ANBA plates clutch assembling unit
X15:2 015 5 PLATTEN KUPPLUNG MASC plates clutch, machine
X15:3 011 13 Druckercontroller Printercontroller
X15:4 011 13 Druckercontroller Printercontroller
X16:1 011 16 Druckercontroller Printercontroller
X16:1 015 3 AMP, SENSOR AMP, sensor
X16:2 011 16 Druckercontroller Printercontroller
X16:2 015 3 AMP, SENSOR AMP, sensor
X16:3 011 16 Druckercontroller Printercontroller
X16:3 015 2 AMP, SENSOR AMP, sensor
X16:4 011 15 Druckercontroller Printercontroller
X16:5 011 15 Druckercontroller Printercontroller
X16:6 011 15 Druckercontroller Printercontroller
X171:1 004 16 MOTORSTECKER MOTOR engine plug, engine side
X171:2 004 9 MOTORSTECKER MOTOR engine plug, engine side
X171:3 002 6 MOTORSTECKER MOTOR engine plug, engine side
X171:4 002 6 MOTORSTECKER MOTOR engine plug, engine side
X171:6 003 14 MOTORSTECKER MOTOR engine plug, engine side
X171:7 004 8 MOTORSTECKER MOTOR engine plug, engine side
X171:8 004 15 MOTORSTECKER MOTOR engine plug, engine side
X172:2 004 17 MOTORSTECKER MOTOR engine plug, engine side
X172:3 003 9 MOTORSTECKER MOTOR engine plug, engine side
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X172:4 003 8 MOTORSTECKER MOTOR engine plug, engine side
X172:5 003 6 MOTORSTECKER MOTOR engine plug, engine side
X172:6 003 5 MOTORSTECKER MOTOR engine plug, engine side
X172:8 003 10 MOTORSTECKER MOTOR engine plug, engine side
X181:1 002 6 MOTORSTECKER MASCH. engine plug, machine side
X181:2 002 6 MOTORSTECKER MASCH. engine plug, machine side
X181:3 004 9 MOTORSTECKER MASCH. engine plug, machine side
X181:4 004 16 MOTORSTECKER MASCH. engine plug, machine side
X181:5 004 15 MOTORSTECKER MASCH. engine plug, machine side
X181:6 004 8 MOTORSTECKER MASCH. engine plug, machine side
X181:7 003 14 MOTORSTECKER MASCH. engine plug, machine side
X182:1 003 8 MOTORSTECKER MASCH. engine plug, machine side
X182:2 003 9 MOTORSTECKER MASCH. engine plug, machine side
X182:3 004 17 MOTORSTECKER MASCH. engine plug, machine side
X182:5 003 10 MOTORSTECKER MASCH. engine plug, machine side
X182:7 003 5 MOTORSTECKER MASCH. engine plug, machine side
X182:8 003 6 MOTORSTECKER MASCH. engine plug, machine side
X19:1 015 6 AMP POTI PLATTEN APM poti vibration plates
X19:2 015 7 AMP POTI PLATTEN APM poti vibration plates
X19:3 015 7 AMP POTI PLATTEN APM poti vibration plates
X20:1 009 16 AMP POTI S107 AMP poti S107
X20:2 009 16 AMP POTI S107 AMP poti S107
X20:3 009 16 AMP POTI S107 AMP poti S107
X21:1 009 17 AMP POTI S106 AMP poti S106
X21:2 009 17 AMP POTI S106 AMP poti S106
X21:3 009 17 AMP POTI S106 AMP poti S106
X22:1 013 2 STECKER SCHEINW. STVZ connector head lights StvZO
X22:2 013 2 STECKER SCHEINW. STVZ connector head lights StvZO
X23:1 013 2 STECKER SCHEINW. STVZ connector head lights StvZO
X23:2 013 2 STECKER SCHEINW. STVZ connector head lights StvZO
X24:1 013 5 STECKER SCHLULEUCHTE connector tail lights
X24:2 013 18 STECKER SCHLULEUCHTE connector tail lights
X24:3 013 5 STECKER SCHLULEUCHTE connector tail lights
X25:1 013 6 STECKER PARKLEUCHTE connector parking lights
X25:2 013 6 STECKER PARKLEUCHTE connector parking lights
X25:3 013 18 STECKER PARKLEUCHTE connector parking lights
X26:1 013 6 STECKER PARKLEUCHTE connector parking lights
X26:2 013 6 STECKER PARKLEUCHTE connector parking lights
X26:3 013 19 STECKER PARKLEUCHTE connector parking lights
X27:1 013 19 STECKER SCHLULEUCHTE connector tail lights
X27:2 013 7 STECKER SCHLULEUCHTE connector tail lights
X27:3 013 7 STECKER SCHLULEUCHTE connector tail lights
X30:1 014 9 WISCHER HINTEN connector wiper rear
X30:2 014 8 WISCHER HINTEN connector wiper rear
X30:3 014 8 STECKER WISCHER HINTE connector wiper rear
X30:3 014 8 WISCHER HINTEN connector wiper rear
X31:1 014 12 WISCHER VORN connector wiper front
X31:2 014 11 WISCHER VORN connector wiper front
X31:3 014 11 WISCHER VORN connector wiper front
X31:4 014 10 WISCHER VORN connector wiper front
X32:1 014 7 STECKER INNENLEUCHTE connector inside light, cabin
X32:2 014 7 STECKER INNENLEUCHTE connector inside light, cabin
X33:1 014 14 STECKER LFTER connector blower
X33:2 014 14 STECKER LFTER connector blower
X33:3 014 14 STECKER LFTER connector blower
X34:1 014 3 STECKER KLIMAANL. KAB connector air cond. cabin
X34:2 014 3 STECKER KLIMAANL. KAB connector air cond. cabin
X34:3 014 5 STECKER KLIMAANL. KAB connector air cond. cabin
X28/1:3 014 11 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X28/1:5 014 8 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X28/1:6 014 9 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X28/1:7 014 8 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X28/1:8 014 9 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X28/2:2 014 11 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X28/2:5 014 9 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X28/2:6 014 8 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X28/2:7 014 9 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X28/2:8 014 8 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X29/1:3 014 14 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X29/1:4 014 14 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X29/1:5 014 5 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X29/1:6 014 11 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X29/1:7 014 12 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X29/1:8 014 10 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X29/2:1 014 14 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X29/2:2 014 14 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X29/2:5 014 10 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X29/2:6 014 12 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X29/2:7 014 11 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin
X29/2:8 014 6 KABINE HAUPTSTECKER main connector cabin

Y01 003 10 Magnetventil Startmehrmenge Solenoid valve, start boost fuel
Y04 006 7 Magnetventil Bremse Solenoid valve, brake MAX. 1,8A
Y06 012 9 Magnetventil Berieselung Solenoid valve, sprinkler system 1,83A
Y06 012 17 Magnetventil Berieselung Solenoid valve, sprinkler system 1,83A
Y07 007 4 Magnetventil Vibration vorne gross Solenoid valve, vibration, front, high MAX. 2,5A
Y08 007 5 Magnetventil Vibration vorne klein Solenoid valve, vibration, front, low MAX. 2,5A
Y13 003 13 Hubmagnet Motor Shut off solenoid, engine 1,1A/55A
Y13 003 15 Hubmagnet Motor Shut off solenoid, engine 4A
Y14 002 15 Kraftstoffpumpe Heizgeraet Fuel pump, heating unit
Y15 014 2 Magnetkupplung Klimakompressor Magnetic clutch, air conditioning compr. 3,5A
Y22 009 10 Magnetventil Vibration Solenoid valve, vibration
Y30 006 15 Magnetventil Stufenumschaltung vorn Solenoid valve, speed range sel., front 1,23A/1,67A
Y30 008 5 Magnetventil Stufenumschaltung vorn Solenoid valve, speed range sel., front 1,23A/1,67A
Y31 006 11 Magnetventil Stufenumschaltung hinten Solenoid valve, speed range sel., rear MAX. 1,23A
Y31 006 18 Magnetventil Stufenumschaltung hinten Solenoid valve, speed range sel., rear MAX. 1,23A
Y31 008 6 Magnetventil Stufenumschaltung hinten Solenoid valve, speed range sel., rear MAX. 1,23A
Y58 003 16 Magnetventil Kraftstoffabschaltung Solenoid valve, fuel switch off 0,8A
Y62 007 11 Magnetventil Verstellung Fahrpumpe Solenoid valve, adjusting travel pump
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Y62 007 12 Magnetventil Verstellung Fahrpumpe Solenoid valve, adjusting travel pump
Y64 008 18 Magnetventil Lenkung Solenoid valve, steering 0,33A
Y98 015 9 Magnetventil Vibrationsfrequenz, hinten Solenoid valve, vibrat.freq.,rear
Y117 003 5 Kaltstartbeschleuniger cold starting unit 3A
Y119 009 13 Magnetventil Arretierung Solenoid valve, adjustment
Y122 015 12 Magnetventil Platten heben Solenoid valve, lift plates 2,5A
Y123 015 18 Magnetventil Platten senken Solenoid valve, let down plates 2,5A
Y124 015 16 Magnetventil Hydraulikumschaltung Solenoid valve, hydaulic switch over 2,5A
Y125 009 3 Einlassventil 1 Intake valve 1
Y126 009 5 Einlassventil 3 Intake valve 3
Y127 009 5 Auslassventil 2 Exhaust valve 2
Y128 009 4 Auslassventil 4 Exhaust valve 4























































































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K11 K06 K26 K22 K48 K36 K05
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Fr Zusatzausrstung Kabine und Beleuchtung
for optin cabin and working head lights
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only used acc. to Perkins engine
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Klimaanlage /
Blinkbegrenzung /
Berieselung /
Speedcontrol /
Vibrationsplatten /
K09,K33,K49
K16,A02
K23,K46
K43,K77/1,K77/2,K77/3
K30,K67,K115
Module fr weitere Optionen
modules for further options
ASC /
Terrameter, BTM,Variocontrol /
Berieselung /
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A44
K37
A54
air conditioning
StvZO illumination
sprinkler systhem
speedcontrol
vibration plats
ASC
terrameter, BTM, variocontrol
sprinkler systhem
vibration plats
Tachograph / tachograph A16
Vibrationsfrequenz / vibrationsfrequenz A06
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K11 K06 K26 K22 K48 K36 K05
057 268 42
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Relais fr weitere Optionen:
relays for further options:
Klimaanlage /
Blinkbegrenzung /
Berieselung /
Speedcontrol /
Vibrationsplatten /
air conditioning
StvZO illumination
sprinkler systhem
speedcontrol
vibration plats
K09,K33,K49
K16,A02
K23,K46
K43,K77/1,K77/2,K77/3
K30,K67,K115
Module fr weitere Optionen
modules for further options
ASC /
Terrameter, BTM,Variocontrol /
Berieselung /
Vibrationsplatten /
ASC
terrameter, BTM, variocontrol
sprinkler systhem
vibration plats
B57
A44
K37
A54
nur fr Kabine
only acc. to cabin
weitere Klemmenbereiche:
further terminal sections:
Klimaanlage /
Blinkbegrenzung /
Berieselung /
Speedcontrol /
Vibrationsplatten /
air conditioning
StvZO illumination
sprinkler systhem
speedcontrol
vibration plats
X1:121126
X1:128133
X1:134144
X1:145168
X1:169180
Tachograph / tachograph A16
Vibrationsfrequenz / vibrationsfrequenz A06
Schaltkasten Grundversion
ebox, basic version
Susmic 16 fr ASC
Susmic 16 for ASC
058 172 38
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F11
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F19
F22
Box A
F21
F40
F37
F07
F09
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Box B
Res
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F26
F24
F25
F03
Box C
F23
F51
F18
F63
F60
F06
Box D
F08
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057 510 98
057 510 99
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Schaltkastenbersicht mit Speedcontrolanbau
overview ebox with assembled speedcontol
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057 513 10
H07
7
a
Relais fr weitere Optionen:
relays for further options:
Klimaanlage /
Blinkbegrenzung /
Berieselung /
Speedcontrol /
Vibrationsplatten /
air conditioning
StvZO illumination
sprinkler systhem
speedcontrol
vibration plats
K09,K33,K49
K16,A02
K23,K46
K43,K77/1,K77/2,K77/3
K30,K67,K115
Module fr weitere Optionen
modules for further options
ASC /
Terrameter, BTM,Variocontrol /
Berieselung /
Vibrationsplatten /
ASC
terrameter, BTM, variocontrol
sprinkler systhem
vibration plats
B57
A44
K37
A54
nur fr Kabine
only acc. to cabin
weitere Klemmenbereiche:
further terminal sections:
Klimaanlage /
Blinkbegrenzung /
Berieselung /
Speedcontrol /
Vibrationsplatten /
air conditioning
StvZO illumination
sprinkler systhem
speedcontrol
vibration plats
X1:121126
X1:128133
X1:134144
X1:145168
X1:169180
Tachograph / tachograph A16
Vibrationsfrequenz / vibrationsfrequenz A06
Schaltkasten mit Speedcontrol
ebox, with speed control
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057 665 68
Susmic 16 fr Speedcontrol
Susmic 16 for speedcontrol
058 179 92
F05
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F13
F19
F22
Box A
F21
F40
F37
F07
F09
F10
Box B
Res
F14
F26
F24
F25
F03
Box C
F23
F51
F18
F63
F60
F06
Box D
F08
057 551 53
057 510 98
057 510 99
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Schaltkastenbersicht fr Zusazelektrik Variocontrol
overview ebox for additional equipment variocontrol
Zusatzelektrik fr Variocontrol
additional electrical equipment for variocontrol
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A37
Anschlustecker ESX 7265
connector ESX 7265
Anschlustecker ESX 7265
connector ESX 7265
X11:119
Innenseite Zusatzelektrik
inner side additional electric
X11:119
P18
057 664 63
A46
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582 701 38
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Auenseite Zusatzelektrik
outside view additional electric
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