The r Guide …” will provide an outline of the brake controllers and how they play a role of a vehicle.
The weight of the vehicle determines whether it is suitable for a certain brake controller. Vehicles over 750 kilograms need some form of brake controller; vehicles between 750-2000 kilograms need hydraulic brakes, while vehicles weighing 2000 kilograms and up need electric-over-air or electric-over-hydraulic brakes. Electric brakes differ from mechanical counterparts because of the presence of electromagnets in their machine face that apply brakes by pulling shoes whenever pressure is applied. In contrast, mechanical brakes employ hydraulics or cables to pull the shoes out.
The transmission of power from the brake controller to the electromagnets is what makes the brake controllers work. This allows for adjustment of the strength of the brake to be increased or decreased dependent on the pressure that is applied to them. There are many kinds of brake controllers are in existence. There are three major kinds of brake controllers: the manual or solid-state brake controllers; the time-base brake controllers; and the Inertia or Proportional Vice controllers. The brake controllers have different modes of operation and it is essential for a driver to learn to use them correctly.