Push button selector SPA-02K
The selector is intended for use on vehicles in various types of transmission control systems – mechanical, hydromechanical, hydrostatic, electromechanical. The selector works with other electronic devices of the vehicle via the CAN interface (J1939 protocol).
Using the lever mechanism of the selector and the “MODE” button, the driver controls the transmission:the direction of travel, operating mode and gear number (for a stepped transmission). The selector also reads and processes signals from sensors and transfers information via the CAN bus.
The selector has six buttons: D – forward movement, N – neutral, R – reverse. “+” – shift up, “-” – shift down, the “MODE” button can be used to select the transmission operating mode, for example, automatic or command. All buttons are backlit. The alphanumeric display can display the selected driving mode, or diagnostic information.
|Operating supply voltage range||18 – 32 V|
|Weight||0,7 ± 0,1 kg|
|Number of CAN interfaces||1|
|Total number of inputs||4|
Analog counter input specifications
|Range of measured input voltage||0 – 80 V|
|Maximum input voltage of the counting input||50 V|
|Maximum frequency of input signal||10 kHz|
|The number of power outputs designed to control external devices||4|
|Maximum continuous current of power outputs, no more than||2 A|
|Ambient temperature||-45… + 60 °С|
|Relative humidity, at 35 ° С||98 %|
|Atmospheric reduced pressure||52 (limit value – 12) kPa|
The selector must remain operational when exposed to the
following mechanical overloads:
|Repeated mechanical shocks with a peak acceleration of 150 m/s2 (15g) and a shock acceleration duration of 5 to 10 ms.|
|Sinusoidal vibration in the frequency range from 1 to 500 Hz and an increase in the vibration acceleration amplitude of 50 m / s2 (5g)|
|Size (length / height)||109х183 mm|