The electronically-controlled, infinitely variable, wheel-load system allows students to drive the hydrostatic transmission under any type of operating condition, i.e., up-hill, downhill, level surface – it can even simulate a runaway condition.
- Pump and/or motor installation procedures
- Pump and/or motor pre-start checks and adjustments
- Pump and/or motor start-up checks and adjustments
- How to set charge pressure relief valves on systems with and without hot oil shuttle valves
- How to set main pressure relief valves and pressure over-ride valves
- How to perform null adjustments on electronic displacement control valves
- How and where to check pump and motor case pressures
- How to perform mechanical adjustments on electronic and mechanical displacement control valves
- How to perform *diagnostic procedures on a hydrostatic transmission system
- Prime mover: Diesel drive
- Pumps: Any make or type currently available, e.g., Sauer Danfoss®, Rexroth®, Eaton®, Linde®, etc.
- Pump controls: Mechanical, hydraulic pilot
- Motors: High-speed/Low torque, fixed or variable displacement motors
- Hydraulic Implement and Articulated Steering System Module (FP-MF500-IS-TSE)