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BRACKET 2H9434 - Caterpillar



2H9434 BRACKET Caterpillar parts 651, 657, 666 BRACKET
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Alternative (cross code) number:
CA2H9434
2H-9434
2H9434
Caterpillar 2H9434 BRACKET
Weight: 0.50 pounds 0 kg.

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WHEEL SCRAPER, WHEEL TRACTOR,

Compatible equipment models: 2H9434:

WHEEL SCRAPER  657   666  
WHEEL TRACTOR  651   657   Caterpillar
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Solenoid to ECM connections for the solenoids that are used in the implement control systemImplement Pilot Supply Solenoid Valve
The Implement ECM controls the operation of the Implement Pilot Supply Solenoid Valve with a 24 VDC ON/OFF output.The status of the Implement Lockout Switch, will determine when the ECM will energize or de-energize the solenoid.When the switch is in the UNLOCK position with the engine OFF, the Pilot Supply Solenoid will only be energized if the operator commands implement movement by moving a lever or the joystick. When energized with the engine OFF, pilot accumulator pressure pilot will be supplied to the implement control valve.When the engine is operating and the switch is in the UNLOCK position, the ECM will energize the Implement Pilot Supply Solenoid continuously. The energized solenoid will allow system pilot oil pressure to be supplied to the implement control valve. If the ECM detects an abnormal condition in the solenoid circuit, the solenoid will be de-energized.When the switch is in the LOCK position, the ECM will de-energize the ON/OFF output for the Implement Pilot Supply Solenoid. Pilot oil will be blocked from the implement control valve.In addition, the ECM will disable all proportional solenoid outputs. Implement control will be disabled.If the key start switch is in the ON position, Implement Lockout Switch is in the OFF position, and the engine is not in operation, the ECM will de-energize the Implement Pilot Supply Solenoid. Pilot pressure will remain in the pilot accumulator. Under these conditions, an implement operator command will result in the ECM energizing the solenoid valve in order to allow valve spool movement.The resistance of a good solenoid coil is 33.8 3 ohms at 20° C (68° F). Resistance is slightly affected by operating temperature. Resistance will increase as temperatures increase.Implement Control Solenoid Valves (Raise, Lower, Tilt Back, Dump) - Auxiliary Third & Fourth Function Solenoid Valves (Port A, Port B)
To control the proportional solenoid valves in the electrohydraulic implement control system, the Implement ECM will use PWM driver circuits for each solenoid.The ECM will use a Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) signal to energize the solenoids. The ECM will vary the duty cycle of the PWM signal in order to control the amount of electrical current that is sent to the proportional solenoids. As the duration of the high signal increases, the percentage of the duty cycle and the amount of electrical current in the circuit will increase.A PWM duty cycle is the percentage of time that the signal is "High" compared to time the signal is "Low" for a complete cycle.For the control of the implement system solenoid valves, the ECM will apply a current amount that corresponds to the input signals from the operator controls. The current in the solenoid coil windings moves the valve plunger to allow a proportional amount of pilot pressure to act on one end of the

Caterpillar parts catalog:

Caterpillar parts catalog
641 & 651 TRACTORS 33G00001-00155 (MACHINE)
641 & 651 TRACTORS 33G00156-00279 (MACHINE)
657 TRACTOR 31G00001-00231 (MACHINE)
666 SCRAPER 20G00001-00175 (MACHINE)
641 & 651 TRACTORS 33G00001-00155 (MACHINE)
657 SCRAPER 19G00001-00516 (MACHINE)
657 TRACTOR 31G00001-00231 (MACHINE)
657 TRACTOR 31G00232-00578 (MACHINE)
657 SCRAPER 19G00001-00516 (MACHINE)


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