Smart Power Distribution Box
With the Smart Power Distribution Box (AGDK), many functions that work with electrical systems in the vehicle are provided electronically on/off functions and vehicle safety control.
- Working Range: 9-16 VDC
- Sleep Current: 2mA
- Communication: RS485 / CanBus
- Number of Inputs: 4
- Number of Outputs: 18 (25A x 6 outputs, 10A x 12 outputs)
- Number of Output Indicator Leds: 8
- Short circuit and overcurrent protection
- Load sensing (yes or no)
- Programmable (in production)
- Operating Temperature: −40 ° C ~ 85 ° C
- Suitable for automotive standards
Smart Power Distribution Box in the vehicle Door System, Step System, Heater with fan, Camera Control Unit, Tachograph, Stop Lamp, Vehicle Recognition System, Rescue Cover Control Unit, Profile Lighting (Blue, 30% White and 100% White), Step Lighting, Canbus Clock Display, Canbus Speed Converter, Isolated Canbus Reader and NVR systems provide power to work.
It works with Door and Step System, Stop Lamp, Recovery Cover Control Module, Door Mode Lighting, Heater with fan, Heater Solenoid, Blue and White Lighting Touch Buttons.
The exemplary working algorithm of the related hardware is as follows.
a) Door and Step System Button
The door is opened as a result of the 1st touch on the passive button, and the step is opened at the same time. The LED on the button lights up. As a result of the 2nd touch on the button, the door closes and at the same time the step closes. The LED on the button goes out. It gives alarm in case of over current.
b) Profile Lighting Button
There are 3 different touch buttons for Profile Lighting Control. The contact must be open for Profile Lighting to work.
- White illumination button: As a result of the 1st touch on the button that is inactive, 30% white illumination and the related LED on the button will light up. As a result of the second touch, 100% illumination turns on. The corresponding LED on the button lights up. White lighting turns off as a result of the third touch. The corresponding LED on the button goes out.
- Blue illumination button: As a result of the 1st touch on the button that is inactive, blue illumination lights up. The LED on the button lights up. Blue light turns off as a result of the second touch. The LED on the button goes out.
- Door mode illumination button: As a result of the 1st touch on the button, illumination is activated with door mode. If this button is active, when the door is opened, the last type of lighting that was previously opened (30% White- 100% White-Blue) is kept in memory and that lighting turns on. Illumination turns off when the door is closed. In the second touch, the door mode turns off. When the button is pressed for the first time, the mode change takes place if the led is not passive (Direct powered or Door). For this button to work, any illumination button must be on.
c) Heater Button
Solenoid hardware becomes active as a result of the first touch on the button that is inactive, and the related LED on the button lights up. After the 2nd touch, the fan is activated. The corresponding LED on the button lights up. At this stage, both the solenoid and the fan are running in the vehicle. As a result of the 3rd touch, the fan and solenoid are turned off, the LED on the button turns off. The contact must be open for the Heater with fan to operate.
d) Stop Lamp Button
The stop lamp hardware is activated as a result of the 1st touch on the button that is inactive. The corresponding LED on the button lights up. As a result of the 2nd touch, the stop lamp hardware becomes passive and the related LED on the button goes out. The ignition must be on for the Stop Lamp to work.