In the new MK C1, the brake actuation, the brake booster and the control systems (ABS, ESC) are combined into a compact, weight-saving braking unit
Features & Benefits
- Replacement of Brake Booster and Vacuum Pump
- Reduction of components in the braking system
- Increase in braking performance
- Benefit in fuel saving and CO2 reduction
- Significantly faster build up of braking pressure
- Fulfills increased pressure dynamics requirements for new ADAS and regenerative braking systems
MK 100 ESC Hybrid
MK 100® ESC Premium Hybrid is based on a standard hydraulic brake system. The only additional part needed for a vehicle with a regenerative brake system is a brake pedal position sensor.
When the driver depresses the brake pedal, the hydraulic brake is activated. Simultaneously, the pedal position sensor measures the brake pedal stroke. This stroke will be converted by the HECU into a deceleration torque and commands an electric generator to achieve this torque.
Features & Benefits
- Covering the relevant regenerative braking range
- Comfortable noise and pedal feel
- Weight: 2,250 g
- Box Volume: 1,700 cm3
Electronic Brake System MK 100
The MK 100 is based on a modular product family and can be scaled as desired: from motorcycle ABS, with or without an integral brake function, to high-end solutions with etremely powerful, low pulsation pump variants.
Features & Benefits (Basic / High Variant)
- Electrical connector EuCon 38, 46 or 58-pin
- ESC pump flow: 4.8-12.0 cm3/s
- Low Pressure Accumulator size: 2.4 - 11.0 cm3
- Provides full set of ESC functions (High supports FSA)
- Supports integration of EPB and other hardware
- Weight: 1,710-2,210 g, Box Volume: 1,295-2,580 cm3
- Suitable for vehicles up to Cat. B and full-size SUV's
MK 100 MIB – Motor Integral Brake
With the Motorcycle Integral Brake system (MIB) the brake can be applied to both wheels even though the driver only presses the front wheel brake lever. The system recognizes the driver’s desire to brake and builds up active pressure at the rear wheel, thus decelerating both wheels.
In order to achieve optimum deceleration, the electronics control the braking pressures at front and rear wheel in context. In other words, four pressure sensors determine the braking pressures at the main cylinders and on the wheels, not only making the particularly sensitive control of the braking forces possible but also allowing predictions of dynamic driving states to be made.
This guarantees that the maximum force is deployed both at the front wheel and the rear wheel, making the stopping distance as short as possible.
Features and Benefits
- Coupled anti-lock function with controlled brake pressure distribution to front and rear wheel for optimum deceleration
- Particularly sensitive and robust lift-off detection for the rear wheel to achieve an optimal deceleration and stability
- Sport ABS for the racetrack and off-road ABS for off-road driving
- Optimized Curve Braking for safe riding when braking in turns
- Hill Holding function for a comfortable drive-off without the driver having to actuate the brake
MiniMAB – Channel ABS for Motorcycles
The MiniMAB - one channel ABS for Motorcycles - prevents the locking of the front wheel of the motorcycle in case of sudden braking by the driver. By avoiding a locked front wheel the stability of the two-wheeler is significantly increased and the risk of an accident is minimized.
Features and Benefits:
- Minimized enclosure volume
- Low weight
- ABS functionality on the front wheel
- Avoids blocking of the front wheel