Concentrated Energy Automotive MK20 Hydraulic Assembly
The anti lock brake system is abbreviated as ABS. The function is to automatically control the braking force of the brake when the car brakes, so that the wheels are not locked and are in a rolling and sliding state (with a slip rate of about 20%), to ensure that the adhesion between the wheels and the ground is at its maximum value. The development of ABS systems can be traced back to the early 20th century. In the late 1970s, digital electronic technology and large-scale integrated circuits developed rapidly, laying the technical foundation for the practical development of ABS systems. Many companies have successively developed various forms of ABS systems. Since the mid-1980s, ABS systems have developed towards high cost-effectiveness. Some companies have simplified the structure and optimized the system of ABS, and introduced economical ABS devices; Some companies have launched rear wheel ABS or four-wheel ABS systems suitable for light trucks and dual-use vehicles. These efforts have created conditions for the rapid popularization of ABS. The ABS system is considered the most important technological achievement in terms of safety since the adoption of seat belts in automobiles.
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