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Sd‑13‑47672 Bendix TABS‑6 Advanced Multi‑Channel Trailer ABS ModuleECU Cover(Sealed)Mounting StudsWheel SpeedSensorConnectors12-Pin ConnectorPart NumberEtched HereFor PortDescriptionsSee Page 3ECU ConnectorCovers on Both Sides(Removable)7-PinConnector Mounting StudsCover Lockwith SlideLock TabFor Part Label InformationSee Page 50Wheel SpeedSensorConnectorsFIGURE 1 - bendix tAbS-6 AdvAnced multi-chAnnel module (bendix tAbS-6 AdvAnced mc)1. InTRodUCTIonThe Bendix TABS‑6 Advanced MC module is an integratedmulti‑channel (4S/2M) trailer service brake module controllerfor air‑braked heavy‑duty semi‑trailers that features Bendix Antilock Brake System (ABS) and Bendix Trailer Roll StabilityProgram (TRSP ).Installed on semi‑trailers, the module acts as a relay valveduring normal braking, but during ABS events it will interveneto help maintain vehicle stability and minimize stoppingdistance by preventing wheel lock‑up. The Bendix TRSPmonitors the trailer's motion and reduces the risk of roll oversby automatically applying the brakes when a risk of roll overis detected.This module features: A modular design with an integrated Electronic Control Unit(ECU); pressure sensors; a lateral acceleration sensor;and Modulator Relay Valves (MRVs) – eliminating externalpigtail harnesses for these components. An operating voltage range of 8 - 32 volts. An electronic odometer with trip counters & service intervaloptions. A scratch-pad feature with up to 1,008 bytes of freelydefinable read/write text space available for customer use. An extended data logging feature, including a resettabledrive recorder.Section TABLE oF ConTEnTS . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE1. Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12. General Safety Guidelines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23. Antilock Brake System (ABS) Operation . . . . . . . 34. Bendix Trailer Roll Stability Program(TRSP ) Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45. Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56. Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77. Pigtail Wiring Harnesses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78. ABS Indicator Lamp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89. Bendix WS‑24 Wheel Speed Sensors . . . . . . . 810. SAE J2497 (PLC) Diagnostic Link . . . . . . . . . . . . 911. SAE J1939 (CAN) Diagnostic Link . . . . . . . . . . . 912. Auxiliary I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .913. Bendix ABS Flex Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1014. Customer Scratch Pad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1015. Power-Up Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1016. Odometer Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1017. Non-Standard Tire Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1118. Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Detection . . . . 1119. Partial ABS Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1120. Blink Code Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1121. Auxiliary Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1222. Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs). . . . . . . . . . . 1323. Bendix ABS Diagnostic Tools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-501

A wide variety of electrical inputs/outputs (I/Os) allowthe customer to program auxiliary functions such as:automatic Lift-Axle Control (LAC); Integrated SpeedSwitch (ISS); external load sensors; and AuxiliaryDesign Language (ADL) for customized auxiliaryfunctions. A wide range of diagnostic tools for flexibletroubleshooting: Blink Codes; SAE J2497 (PLC); SAEJ1939 (CAN) Diagnostics; the Bendix Trailer RemoteDiagnostic Unit (TRDU); and the Bendix TrailerInformation Module. Support for SAE J2497 Power Line Carrier (PLC)communication to the towing vehicle & diagnostics. Support for SAE J1939 (CAN) communication fordiagnostics and external devices. A pressure-equalizing valve in the sealed ECU housingto give improved protection from water, etc. A serviceable nylon filter to help prevent foreign materialfrom entering the control port. Locking dust covers to provide electrical connector andcable protection.2. GEnERALSAFETy GUIdELInESSAFETy GUIdELInES2. GEnERALWARnInG! PLEASE REAd And FoLLoW THESE InSTRUCTIonSTo AVoId PERSonAL InJURy oR dEATH:When working on or around a vehicle, the following guidelines should be observed AT ALL TIMES: Park the vehicle on a level surface, apply theparking brakes and always block the wheels.Always wear personal protection equipment. Stop the engine and remove the ignition keywhen working under or around the vehicle.When working in the engine compartment,the engine should be shut off and the ignitionkey should be removed. Where circumstancesrequire that the engine be in operation, ExTREMECAUTIon should be used to prevent personalinjury resulting from contact with moving,rotating, leaking, heated or electrically‑chargedcomponents. do not attempt to install, remove, disassembleor assemble a component until you have read,and thoroughly understand, the recommendedprocedures. Use only the proper tools andobserve all precautions pertaining to use of thosetools. If the work is being performed on the vehicle’sair brake system, or any auxiliary pressurized airsystems, make certain to drain the air pressurefrom all reservoirs before beginning Any workon the vehicle. If the vehicle is equipped with aBendix Ad‑IS air dryer system, a Bendix dRM dryer reservoir module, or a Bendix Ad‑9si airdryer, be sure to drain the purge reservoir. F o l l o w i n g t h e v e h i c l e m a n u f a c t u r e r ’srecommended procedures, deactivate theelectrical system in a manner that safely removesall electrical power from the vehicle. never exceed manufacturer’s recommendedpressures. never connect or disconnect a hose or linecontaining pressure; it may whip and/or causehazardous airborne dust and dirt particles. Weareye protection. Slowly open connections withcare, and verify that no pressure is present. neverremove a component or plug unless you arecertain all system pressure has been depleted. Use only genuine Bendix brand replacementparts, components and kits. Replacementhardware, tubing, hose, fittings, wiring, etc. mustbe of equivalent size, type and strength as originalequipment and be designed specifically for suchapplications and systems. Components with stripped threads or damagedparts should be replaced rather than not attempt repairs requiring machining orwelding unless specifically stated and approvedby the vehicle and component manufacturer. Prior to returning the vehicle to service, makecertain all components and systems are restoredto their proper operating condition. For vehicles with Automatic Traction Control(ATC), the ATC function must be disabled (ATCindicator lamp should be on) prior to performingany vehicle maintenance where one or morewheels on a drive axle are lifted off the groundand moving. The power MUST be temporarily disconnectedfrom the radar sensor whenever any tests USInGA dynAMoMETER are conducted on a vehicleequipped with a Bendix Wingman system. you should consult the vehicle manufacturer's operating and service manuals, and any related literature,in conjunction with the Guidelines above.disconnect the electrical connectors from the ABS/TRSP Controller before welding on the trailer.2dielectric grease should be applied to electricalconnectors to help protect against moisture intrusion.

3/8" NPT Load Port 42For Air Suspension(Plugged for Non-Air Suspension orSpring Suspension Sensor Vehicles)3/8" NPT Control Portwith Integral Filter422121222221221Two 3/8" NPT DeliveryPorts 21(To Brake Chambers)3/8" NPT DeliveryPort 21(to Brake Chambers)3/8" NPT DeliveryPort 22(to Brake Chambers)Two 3/8" NPT DeliveryPorts 22(To Brake Chambers)1/2" NPT SupplyPort 1For all NPT fittings use of a thread sealant is required. For NPTF fittings the use of a threadsealant is recommended. This can be a pre‑applied or a hand‑applied sealant product (withPTFE). When using a hand‑applied sealant, use caution so as not to over apply. Always followthe fitting manufacturer’s pre-applied or hand-applied thread sealant recommendations. Useof PTFE tape is not approved and will void the Bendix ABS/TRSP valve warranty.FIGURE 2 ‑ portS uSed3. AnTILoCk BRAkE SySTEM(ABS) oPERATIonThe Bendix TABS‑6 Advanced MC module uses wheelspeed sensors, modulator relay valves (MRVs); and anECU to optimize the contact between the tires and the roadsurface during a braking event where excessive wheel slip– or wheel lock‑up – is detected. When a situation is detected where the system needsto intervene, the ECU will activate the MRVs to applycontrolled brake pressure at the wheel ends. Depending onthe configuration of the ABS system, interventions may bemade on individual wheels, or pairs of wheels. In the caseof pairs of wheels, the wheels controlled by a modulatormay be either on the same side of the vehicle, or at bothends of an axle.The TABS-6 Advanced MC module ECU is able to modulatethe brake pressure with greater speed and accuracy thana driver.normal BrakingDuring normal braking the TABS-6 Advanced MC modulefunctions as a standard relay valve. If the ECU does notdetect excessive wheel slip, it will not activate the ABSsystem, and the vehicle will stop with normal braking.Side Control (Independent Control)Side control uses a single modulator relay valve to sepa‑rately control the braking on one or more wheels, on eachside of the vehicle.In the case of braking surfaces with poor overall traction,the side control ABS interventions will maintain the wheelson each side of the vehicle independently, at just under thespeed where they would lock up.Axle ControlAxle control uses a single modulator relay valve to controlthe wheels at both ends of a given axle (or multiple axlesin cases where a single MRV is controlling several axles).In the case of braking surfaces with poor overall traction(e.g. roads that are worn, slippery, or are made of loosegravel) – or braking surfaces with areas of poor traction(e.g. asphalt roads with patches of ice) – axle control ABSinterventions will maintain the wheel that is not slipping atjust under the speed that will lock the wheel. The systempermits the other wheel (that is experiencing slippage)temporary periods of wheel‑lock during the intervention.Axle control should not be used on 5th wheel dollies orsteerable axles.When intervening on regular traction road surfaces, asystem configured for axle control performs similar to aside control, two‑modulator system.3

ABS Fail‑SafeThe Bendix TABS‑6 Advanced MC module is designedto react in a fail‑safe manner in the event of a systemDiagnostic Trouble Code (DTC). For example, if theECU detects that a sensor is not responding, an ABSsystem DTC will be set and the TABS-6 Advanced MCmodule will illuminate the trailer ABS indicator lamp andrevert to a fail‑safe mode where some, or all, AdvancedABS functions (including TRSP) may not function. Evenin cases where the ABS system is completely disabled,the standard pneumatic brake function of the vehicle willstill be available, but without the benefits of ABS. TheTRSP feature is also disabled with an active ABS systemdiagnostic code. If the indicator lamp is illuminated, alwayshave the ABS system serviced at the earliest opportunity.4. BEndIx TRAILER RoLL STABILITyPRoGRAM (TRSP ) oPERATIonduring a Bendix TRSP system intervention, thevehicle automatically decelerates. The TABS‑6Advanced module can slow the vehicle with orwithout the driver applying the brake pedal, and evenwhen the driver applies the throttle.Even with TRSP system‑equipped vehicles, the driverremains responsible for ensuring vehicle stabilityduring operation. The TRSP system only functionswithin the limits of physics. The system can helpmitigate potential vehicle stability incidents, butcannot prevent them in all cases. other factors –such as driving too fast for the road, traffic or weatherconditions, over‑steering, an excessively high vehicleCenter of Gravity (CG), poor road conditions, orinsufficient vehicle maintenance – can cause vehicleinstability that is beyond the capability of any stabilitysystem to mitigate.operating the vehicle with a damaged/disconnectedload sensor could lead to a serious accident. TheBendix Advanced Trailer ABS used on this vehicleuses sensors, including the load sensor, to assistthe Trailer Roll Stability function.The TRSP system should only be used on specificvehicle platforms that have been validated andapproved by Bendix engineering.For vehicles installed with spring suspensionsystems, care must be taken to prevent damage tothe load sensor when lifting the trailer. The linkagerod must be disconnected from the sensor’s rubberboot whenever the frame of the trailer is lifted,dropping the axle(s). This includes situations wherea jack is used on the rear bumper or when a crane isused to lift the trailer.The TRSP system reduces the risk of roll‑overs duringdriving by automatic application of the service brakes whenthe system detects potential rollover conditions. This isaccomplished with monitoring sensors both at the trailerwheel‑ends and within the Bendix TABS‑6 Advanced MCmodule. The Bendix TRSP system reacts by applying thetrailer service brakes and slowing the vehicle combination.The Bendix TRSP system uses the following sensors: Lateral Acceleration: A lateral accelerometer islocated within the Bendix TABS‑6 Advanced MCmodule. This sensor detects the lateral motion (or“roll”) of the vehicle as it moves. The TABS‑6 AdvancedMC module must be mounted either facing forward (0degrees) or facing the rear (180 degrees) of the trailerto function correctly – See Troubleshooting section forfull details of acceptable installation locations. Note:Do not attempt to change the location of the modulewithout contacting Bendix for engineering approval. Vehicle Speed: The TRSP system obtains informationabout the vehicle speed and rate of acceleration fromthe wheel speed sensors. Axle/Bogie Load: The trailer’s axle load informationis obtained either by the use of:(a) An integrated pressure sensor port (P42) of theTABS‑6 Advanced MC module, where a directreading of the suspension air spring pressure istaken; or(b) If configured for a mechanical spring deflectionsensor, a voltage reading that is proportional to thespring deflection.TRSP Intervention with driver ActionsThe TRSP system is not approved for use oncombination vehicles (commonly referred to as“doubles” or “triples”). The TABS‑6 Advancedmodule shall not be installed on towing trailersthat can be used for “double” or “triple” trailerapplications (including B‑trains).4It is quite possible that the driver will also apply the brakesbefore or during a TRSP intervention by the TABS‑6Advanced MC module. In all cases, the Electronic ControlUnit (ECU) monitors the driver’s brake application andcompares that to the amount of braking the TRSP programhas calculated needs to be applied. The pressure deliveredto the brakes will always be the higher of the two values.

5. CoMPonEnTSFIGURE 3‑ typicAlexternAlloAd SenSorinStAllAtionInstallations of the Bendix TABS‑6 Advanced MC moduleuse the following components: Internal: Brake demand Pressure Sensor: This sensormonitors the trailer service brake pressure beingapplied by the driver and sends an electrical signaldirectly proportional to the driver’s brake demand tothe Electronic Control Unit (ECU).Internal Load Sensor:For air suspension systems, the load sensor port (P42)must be plumbed to a fixed axle air ride bellows. Note:the sensor must not be plumbed to a lift-axle bellowssince they are not charged when the axle is notbeing used. The function of this sensor is to monitorthe pressure and send an electrical signal directlyproportional to the trailer’s axle load to the ECU. Lateral Accelerometer Sensor: The lateral accel‑erometer sensor senses the lateral movement of thetrailer and sends an electrical signal directly propor‑tional to the trailer’s lateral acceleration to the ECU. Modulator Relay Valve (MRV): MRVs are integratedinto the module and are controlled electrically by theECU to decrease, hold, or allow the full applied brakepressure into the brake chamber to control the brakingtorque at the wheels.Supply Pressure Sensor: (non‑serviceable, andlocated within the module.) RubberLink andRodLoad SensorVertical Linkage RodBrake delivery Pressure Sensors: These sensors(P21, P22) monitor the trailer service brake pressurethat is being delivered to the wheel ends through, or by,the TABS‑6 Advanced MC module system and sendselectrical signals directly proportional to the deliveredtrailer service brake pressure to the ECU.Electronic Control Unit (ECU): The ECU monitorsthe speed sensor signals, lateral accelerometer sensorsignal and various pressure sensors (and if configured,external spring deflection sensor) to determine whenABS and/or TRSP intervention is required. Whenneeded, the ECU actuates the appropriate pressuremodulator valves to optimize the brake pressure. TheECU monitors the system to detect and warn the driverof any malfunctions. Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs)are stored in the ECU and can be reviewed to diagnosethe TABS‑6 Advanced MC module system.MountingBoltsAdjustable Linkagewith Rubber LinkAxle AttachmentBracketAxle Strap-StyleFastener Clamp Lift‑Axle Sensing: If a trailer is equipped with alift‑axle, then lift‑axle sensing must be used, unlessconfigured for automatic lift-axle control (see below).A pressure threshold switch must be installed in the liftbag for the lift-axle and connected to the ECU. TheECU can then monitor the position of the lift-axle andwill compensate correctly for the load transfer to theother axle(s) when the lift‑axle is raised. Lift‑Axle Control: The Bendix TABS‑6 Advanced MCcan be configured to automatically raise (and lower)lift-axle(s) when a pre-configured load is sensed. Load Sensor: see Figure 3. If a trailer is equippedwith an external electrical spring deflection sensor, alinkage is attached to an axle (but must not be installedon a lift-axle) – within 5 (five) inches of the center ofthe axle – connects to a load sensor attached to thechassis of the vehicle. The output from the sensor isan electrical signal that is proportional to the springdeflection. The connection to the Electronic ControlUnit (ECU) is via the auxiliary 12-pin connector. Trailer ABS Indicator Lamp: Controlled by the ECUto show the ABS status, the trailer ABS indicator lampilluminates when a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) isactive. See Figure 4. If there are no ABS diagnostictrouble codes present, when ignition power is appliedto the ECU, the lamp will illuminate as a bulb checklasting typically two (2), up to six (6) seconds at most.External: External Load Sensor:For spring suspension systems, an external electricalspring deflection sensor is installed – typically as closeto the center ( 5 inches) as possible of an axle withlinkage attached to the center of the axle (but musTNoT be installed on a lift‑axle), see Figure 3. Vehicleswith a mechanical load sensor have the port (P42) usedfor sensing the air suspension system plugged.FIGURE 4 ‑ trAiler-mounted AbS indicAtor lAmp5

12-PinECUConnector(Harness - K025593)4-Pin SAE J1939 (CAN)(Diagnostic)Pigtail Harness6-pin Auxiliary12-PinECUConnector(Harness - K027758)12-PinECUConnector4-Pin SensorHarness(Harness - K048989)4-Pin SAE J1939 (CAN)(Diagnostic)12-Pin ECU Connector4-Pin SensorHarness(Harness - K048988)4-Pin SAE J1939 (CAN)(Diagnostic)(Harness - K025594)12-Pin ECU ConnectorPigtail Harness6-pin Auxiliary5-Pin Power andIndicatorLamp (POWER/Indicator Lamp)7-Pin ECU ConnectorX1 Power Harness (K022146)To ECUWheel Speed SensorExtension Harness(6000365)To WS-24 WheelSpeed SensorFIGURE 5 ‑ exAmpleS of pigtAil wire hArneSSeS Pigtail Wiring Harness: A power pigtail harness isrequired. Auxiliary harnesses

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