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  Click here to view the Schematic Symbols and Definitions page INTERACTIVE SCHEMATIC The Bookmarks panel will allow you to quickly navigate to points of interest.Click on any text that is BLUE and underlined. These are hyperlinks that can be used to navigate the schematic and machine views.When only one callout is showing on a machine view, clicking on this button will make all of the callouts visible. This button is located in the top right corner of every machine view page.   VIEW ALL CALLOUTS Cover PageTablesSchematicMachine Views ComponentConnector Chassis ViewCab ViewEngine View Features Options Bookmarks X EC-C3EC-C2E-C60EC-C1E-C61   To set your screen resolution do the following: RIGHT CLICK  on the DESKTOP . Select PROPERTIES . CLICK  the SETTINGS TAB . MOVE THE SLIDER  under SCREEN RESOLUTION  until it shows 1024 X 768 . CLICK OK  to apply the resolution. *This document is best viewed at a screen resolution of 1024 X 768. *Due to different monitor sizes and PDF reader preferencesthere may be some variance in linked schematic locations FUNCTION Zoom In HOTKEYS (Keyboard Shortcuts) Zoom OutFit to PageHand Tool“CTRL” / “+” KEYS “CTRL” / “-”“CTRL” / “0” (zero)“SPACEBAR” (hold down) Find“CTRL” / “F” PressureSwitchTemperatureSwitchLevelSwitchFlowSwitchCircuit Breaker  T ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS Spring(Adjustable)VariabilityFluidConditioner Pumpor Motor  BASIC HYDRAULICCOMPONENT SYMBOLS Click here to save a copy of this interactive schematic to your desktop  SCHEMATIC SYMBOLS AND DEFINITIONS HYDRAULIC SYMBOLS - ELECTRICAL Transducer (Fluid)Transducer (Gas / Air) G GeneratorElectricalWirePressure Switch M ElectricMotor Pressure Switch (Adjustable)TemperatureSwitchPressureSwitchTemperatureSwitchLevelSwitchFlowSwitchCircuit Breaker  T ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS SpringControlValvesRestrictionLine Restriction(Fixed)2-SectionPump MAIN AUX. Spring(Adjustable)VariabilityLine Restriction(Variable)PressureCompensationPump: Variable andPressure CompensatedHydraulic PneumaticEnergy TrianglesFluidConditioner AttachmentPumpor Motor  BASIC HYDRAULICCOMPONENT SYMBOLS Line RestrictionVariable and PressureCompensated VentedPressurizedReturn Above Fluid LevelReturn Below Fluid Level FLUID STORAGE RESERVOIRS PressureTemperatureFlow MEASUREMENT UnidirectionalBidirectional ROTATING SHAFTS One PositionTwo PositionThree PositionTwo-wayThree-WayFour-Way ENVELOPESPORTSCONTROL BasicSymbolSpringLoadedNormal Position  ABPT ABPT Shifted PositionInfinite PositionShuttlePilotControlled  VALVES CHECK Solenoidor ManualSolenoidand PilotSolenoid and Pilot or ManualSolenoidServoThermalDetent COMBINATION CONTROLS T Fuse:  A component in an electrical circuit that will open the circuit if too much current flows through it. Switch (Normally Open):  A switch that will close at a specified point (temp, press, etc.). The circle indicatesthat the component has screw terminals and a wire can be disconnected from it. Switch (Normally Closed):  A switch that will open at a specified point (temp, press, etc.). No circle indicates that the wire cannot be disconnected from the component. Ground (Wired): This indicates that the component is connected to a grounded wire.The grounded wire is fastened to the machine.  Ground (Case):  This indicates that the component does not have a wire connected to ground. It is grounded by being fastened to the machine. Reed Switch:  A switch whose contacts are controlled by a magnet. A magnet closes the contacts of a normally open reed switch; it opens the contacts of a normally closed reed switch. Sender:   A component that is used with a temperature or pressure gauge. The sender measures the temperature or pressure.Its resistance changes to give an indication to the gauge of the temperature or pressure. Relay (Magnetic Switch):   A relay is an electrical component that is activated by electricity.It has a coil that makes an electromagnet when current flows through it.The electromagnet can open or close the switch part of the relay. Solenoid:   A solenoid is an electrical component that is activated by electricity. It has a coil that makes an electromagnet when current flows through it.The electromagnet can open or close a valve or move a piece of metal that can do work. Magnetic Latch Solenoid:   An electrical component that is activated by electricity and held latched by a permanent magnet. It has two coils (latch and unlatch) that make electromagnet when current flows through them. It also has an internal switch that places the latch coil circuit open at the time the coil latches. BASIC ELECTRICAL COMPONENT SYMBOLS Push-pull LeverPedalGeneral ManualPush ButtonSpringManual Shutoff  MANUAL CONTROL External ReturnInternal ReturnSimplifiedCompleteInternalSupply Pressure RELEASED PRESSUREREMOTE SUPPLY PRESSURE PILOT CONTROL Spring LoadedGas Charged  ACCUMULATORS CrossingJoining LINES Double ActingSingle Acting CYLINDERS UnidirectionalBidirectional FIXED DISPLACEMENTVARIABLE DISPLACEMENTNON- COMPENSATED PUMPS UnidirectionalBidirectionalUnidirectionalBidirectional FIXED DISPLACEMENTVARIABLE DISPLACEMENTNON- COMPENSATED MOTORS UnidirectionalBidirectional TwoPositionInfinitePositioning FLOW IN ONEDIRECTIONFLOW ALLOWED INEITHER DIRECTION ThreePosition CROSSFLOWPARALLELFLOW INTERNAL PASSAGEWAYS 12  AG-C4111-7898L-C123E-51799X-1123 ComponentPart Number  Pin or Socket Number Part Number:  for Connector Plug Harness Identification Letter(s): (A, B, C, AA, AB, AC, ...) Plug 325-AG135 PK-14 Wire Color Wire GaugeReceptacle 1122 Sure-Seal connector:  Typical representationof a Sure-Seal connector. The plug and receptacle contain both pins and sockets. Deutsch connector:  Typical representationof a Deutsch connector. The plug contains all sockets and the receptacle contains all pins. Fuse (5 Amps) 5A Harness identification code: This example indicates wire group 325,wire 135 in harness AG . L-C123E-5179 Wire, Cable, or Harness Assembly Identification: Includes Harness Identification Letters and Harness Connector Serialization Codes (see sample). Harness Connector Serialization Code:  The C stands for Connector and the number indicates which connector in the harness (C1, C2, C3, ...) HARNESS AND WIRE SYMBOLS  JRP1-UPJXP1-UPVolume 1 of 2: Brakes and Hoist RENR8305-05November 2012 777F Off-Highway TruckHydraulic System Volume 2 of 2: Steering and Powertrain  Volume 1 of 2 - Brakes and HoistCOMPONENT LOCATION MachineLocation Description PartNumber SchematicLocation 1TANK GP (HYD & TRANS)258-9852  A-4 2APUMP GP (BRAKE CHARGING) 255-5478 B-5 2B PUMP GP (BRAKE CHARGING) 256-0561 B-4 3PUMP GP (BRAKE COOLING) 255-5478 B-4 4A PUMP GP (HOIST) 255-5478 B-4 4BPUMP GP (HOIST)256-0561 B-4 5VALVE GP - ACCUMULATOR CHARGING 257-0273 D-5 6VALVE GP - MTG & (PARKING BRAKE)289-0585 F-6 7CONTROL GP - HYD (BRAKE RETRACT) 222-4744 D-7 8 ADJUSTER GP - SLACK (REAR) 205-0557 D-8 9 ADJUSTER GP - SLACK (FRONT) 8X-7921 D-2 10BRAKE GP - SERVICE & PARK 243-5545 B-8, F-8 11A BRAKE GP - SERVICE (FRONT BRAKES) 8X-3810 D-1, F-1 11B BRAKE GP - SERVICE (FRONT BRAKES) 243-5551 D-1, F-1 12VALVE GP (CAB MANIFOLD) 261-1316 F-4 13VALVE GP - CHECK 249-5521 E-4 14SWITCH AS. - PRESSURE 3E-7806 E-4 15PUMP GP - ELECTRIC (BRAKE RETRACT) 230-2637 D-5 16VALVE GP - DIVERTER 3G-2887 E-6 17VALVE GP - RELIEF 228-7839 E-5 18FILTER (BREATHER) 8X-4575  A-6 19SWITCH AS. - PRESSURE 160-2609 F-6 20 ACCUMULATOR GP (BRAKE) 220-5692 E-5 21PEDAL GP - BRAKE VALVE 261-1317 F-3 22VALVE GP - CONTROL (HOIST) 245-1668 B-3, C-3, D-3 23CYLINDER GP - TELESCOPING (HOIST)171-1232  A-3 24 PLATE-ORIFICE (HOIST)8X-7224  A-3 26SCREEN AS. 7J-3723  A-4 27SCREEN AS. (BRAKE COOLING) 6E-6640 B-6, C-7 28CORE AS. - OIL COOLER 141-4109 B-6, C-7 29FILTER GP - OIL (BRAKE) 155-6061 C-5 35PUMP GP - ELECTRIC (STEERING) 230-2637 D-6 47SCREEN AS. 7J-0725  A-5 54PUMP GP - ELECTRIC (ENGINE OIL) 230-2637 D-5 58VALVE GP - CHECK 185-4026 E-5 59VALVE AS. - SHUTTLE 8J-6875 E-3 Component Locations (Volume 1)
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