Module frame

  • 04-Jan-2010 11:22 EST
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The Carrier from MTA is a next-generation module frame, accommodating up to 14 modules and as many as four different electronic control units. The cab soft trim sits on the carrier, while receptacles for closing access doors to relays, fuses, and diodes are incorporated into the top section. The frame and module frame sections are integrated into a single element. The Carrier can accommodate mini, uni, and maxi fuse holders; mini and maxi relay holders; and diode holders. All modules are provided with secondary lock for improved safety, performance, modularity, and flexibility. A power distribution box was designed to protect the electrical circuit and provide a layout for the engine bay of agricultural machines using the Carrier. The power box is located on the starter motor to avoid the mechanical vibration from a tractor's battery. An optional battery disconnect switch is available.

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