The lower support (20) is welded to a hatch bank and consists of wear-resistant hard steel.
The manipulated variable of the regulating circuit or control circuit represents the braking moment of the wear-free brake while the actual deceleration of the vehicle is used as the real value of the regulating circuit or control circuit.
It is thus possible to measure the opacity in an operating manner which is robust and easily learnt, with sufficient accuracy, thus enabling the corresponding installation to be designed in a wear-resistant manner.
The invention relates to an economical, non-wearing, electrical permanent magnet drive for actively controlling the rotor position in three degrees of freedom.
The operator plate (4) encompasses an operator panel (5) or is subdivided into several operator panels (5), to each of which a capacitive sensor element (8) is allocated that is located on the rear face of the operator plate (4).
A graphitic brush (1) which hardly wears irrespective of temperatures used and which copes with the problem of prolongation of life; and a motor having the graphitic brush (1).
In order to ensure that the safety standards are also met for heavier commercial vehicles up to 60 tons, various measures are proposed for increasing the braking performance of the wear-free engine braking device in the form of a 'turbo brake.'
The upper layer (13) of the vehicule platform is used as a covering layer and is comprised of an ever lasting material resisting to temperature effects, for example chamotte or steel.
The aim of the invention is to create a clutch which can be switched during operation, operates essentially without dissipating power, and is wear-free and thus maintenance-free.