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Volvo electrical system parts

Volvo electrical system parts

If you are looking for original or aftermarket Volvo electrical system parts, in our online Volvo spare parts store that you can buy online parts for such components and components of Volvo electrical system as:

- Batteries

- Alternators and charge regulators

- Starting system

- Lighting

- Other electrical equipment

- Cables, fuses, relays

- Instruments, sensors, warning and information system

- Miscellaneous

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Volvo wires and wiring harnesses
Modern Volvo Construction equipment, is saturated with a large number of electronics, ranging from the illumination of devices and ending with electronic equipment. For the functioning of the entire Volvo Construction electrical system, as for any electrical system need wires. Volvo Construction wiring comes in 2 types: high and low voltage. The first option is used in the ignition circuit, the second - to connect elements of the onboard Volvo Construction electric system. Each wire is a collection of thin copper wires. Insulation is performed by winding Volvo Construction wires. The selection of such materials is dictated by the main requirements imposed on wires and Volvo Construction wiring harnesses. Among them are: the flexibility of the wires, good conductive properties, resistance of the insulating material, both to high and to too low temperature conditions, non-propagation of the insulation of the combustion process, resistance to aggressive media such as gasoline or oil 
Volvo Control Modules, Units - ECU, ECM
In Volvo electronics, an electronic control unit (ECU) is an embedded system that controls one or more electrical systems or subsystems in Volvo technology. ECM (electronic engine control). Volvo ECM - Engine Control Module. Volvo ECU - Electronic Control Unit - electronic control unit - a general term for any electronic control unit. By types of ECU can be divided into:  - Electronic (ECU), - Engine control unit (ECM) - Combined power transmission control unit - Transmission control unit - Brake control unit - Central control module - Central synchronization module - Main electronic module, - Suspension control module. Taken together, these systems are sometimes referred to as Volvo computer hardware. Technically, this is not a single computer, but several blocks. Sometimes a single assembly includes several separate control modules. Modern Volvo equipment include up to 80 ECU. Embedded software in an ECU continues to evolve according  
Volvo Sensors
Volvo Sensors have a huge functional load. They are responsible for the serviceability and correct operation of the power unit, as well as provide convenience and performance of the work on the Volvo heavy equipment, as well as the safety of the operator of the equipment during direct movement or work. Sensors and devices that perform diagnostics of all mechanisms, aggregates and systems of Volvo heavy equipment, are necessary for the timely warning of the operator of possible malfunctions. Data from the Volvo sensors monitor the temperature, pressure, position of the parts, fluid levels, and the use of other equipment nodes or devices. Each Volvo sensor is responsible for its indicator or parameter. The number of sensors in each, even the smallest Volvo machine, is extremely large. The variety of functionality of Volvo sensors is enormous, as is the importance of each of them in the performance of Volvo technology in general. Only with us you will find and be able to buy o 
Volvo Starter Motors
As the name suggests, a Volvo starter for heavy equipment is used to start an internal combustion engine. To do this, it provides a primary rotation of the crankshaft with the required frequency. The starter is an integral part of the electrical system of any modern Volvo equipment. Structurally it is a four-pole DC motor, powered by a Volvo battery. The Volvo engine generates the energy necessary for the movement of the Volvo equipment, due to the speed of the Volvo crankshaft. All electrical equipment works from the same energy. In a stationary state, the engine is not capable of delivering either torque or electric energy. In this regard, it is necessary to "untwist" it with a special electric motor - a Volvo starter motor, and an external power source - a Volvo battery. On motors with diesel power system, as well as on high-power engines, a Volvo starter motor with a gearbox is installed. The planetary gearbox, consisting of several gears, is mounted in the starter  
Volvo Alternators
Electrical equipment of any Volvo equipment includes an alternator Volvo or AC Volvo generator - a device that converts the mechanical energy received from a Volvo engine into an electrical one. Together with a voltage regulator, it is called an alternator set. Volvo alternators are installed on modern Volvo equipment. They meet the requirements to the greatest degree. Requirements for the Volvo alternator: - the output parameters of the Volvo alternator must be such that in any mode of motion of the machinery there is no progressive discharge of the Volvo battery; - The voltage in the onboard network of equipment powered by the Volvo alternator must be stable over a wide range of speed and load variations. The latter requirement is caused by the fact that the Volvo rechargeable battery is very sensitive to the degree of voltage stability. Too low voltage causes a low battery and, as a consequence, difficulties with starting the engine, too high voltage leads to a battery r 
Volvo Generators
To convert various types of energy into electrical, special devices are used. One of the simplest mechanisms is the DC Volvo generator. The DC Volvo generator is a device that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy for further use in an external circuit. The source of mechanical energy in this case can serve as any mechanical effort: the rotation of a special handle, the Volvo engine and so on. There are such types of DC Volvo generators: self-excitation inclusion and working on the principle of independent inclusion. The methods of excitation depend on the type of power supply of the device. The self-excited Volvo generator works from external sources, it can be a rechargeable battery. Unlike Volvo alternators (or AC Volvo generators), devices with a constant type of electricity need an uninterruptible power supply that constantly directs the DC current to the armature winding. Because of this, the field of application of such devices is quite narrowly specialized, 
Volvo Batteries
Electric Volvo battery - a chemical source of current, a source of electro-driving force of reusable action. The main specificity is the reversibility of internal chemical processes. That provides its multiple cyclic use (through charge-discharge) for the accumulation of energy and autonomous power supply of various electrical devices and equipment, as well as to provide backup sources of energy in vehicles and Volvo heavy equipment. The most common now are: 1. Lead Acid is the most common type of battery used in Volvo's heavy equipment, or as an uninterruptible power supply in emergencies. 2. Nickel-cadmium (NiCd) - the most widely used as a replacement for a standard galvanic cell, also used in Volvo electric forklifts and other Volvo electrical equipment. 3. Nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) - also used as a replacement for a standard galvanic cell, in electric vehicles. Please note that Volvo acid batteries are not allowed for air travel.  We sheep it by sea or by