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The speed of the trailer is reduced at the same rate as the tractor without risk of trailer deviation


Deceleration is done without pressing the brake pedal


on slippery surfaces 
on and off road


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Case IH Advanced Trailer Brake System improves tractor stability and safety

The Case IH Advanced Trailer Brake System represents a major advance in tractor safety

The benefits of the Advanced Trailer Braking System are not confined to haulage situations on roads where conditions provide very low grip, such as snow and ice. The Advanced Trailer Brake System is also a significant advantage on wet roads and under field conditions when working on gradients, turning, or reducing speed. This is especially true when towing heavy equipment, including large trailers, balers, slurry tankers or trailed sprayers, particularly on wet grassland or soil. It will also be beneficial when hauling trailers with a pivoting front axle, where stability is reduced if the tractor slows without the brakes being applied.

In many cases where a tractor and trailer are used, the speed of the combination is reduced by the engine braking effort imparted by the tractor alone. In such situations unbraked trailers can push on the slowing tractor, potentially causing it to become unstable and the trailer to jack-knife.

Monitors and detects the driving conditions

Automatically stabilizes the tractor via the trailer brakes

Improves safety in braking situations

The Case IH Advanced Trailer Brake System monitors and recognises driving conditions and, when engaged, automatically stabilises the tractor using the trailer brakes. Whenever the driver requests a speed decrease, either via the Multicontroller or by releasing the drive pedal, the system estimates the deceleration force required by comparing the target vehicle speed with the actual speed. It then adjusts the braking force applied with a measurement of transmission input torque, based on the flywheel torque sensor and Engine Control Unit data.

This information is used to calculate and apply the appropriate pressure needed to balance the deceleration force on the tractor with the momentum exerted by the trailer. Aligning the deceleration of the trailer with that of the tractor ensures that both remain stable, optimises braking performance and maximises safety.

The 35 kph speed threshold allows the driver to make minor speed adjustments when travelling on the road without the trailer brakes being applied. If the system is activated excessively they will be alerted by audible and visual warnings. Additionally, to avoid overheating and fading of the brakes, the system applies pulsated braking power and adds a short break after five seconds.

"This is an extremely important feature which Case IH are able to offer that is not available from any other manufacturer. In addition to enhancing safety, it will also provide operators with much greater peace of mind when working with heavy trailed equipment in difficult conditions.”

Hans-Werner Eder, Product Marketing EMEA

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TBS is valid for TMR tractors (Tractor Mother Regulation), equipped with Continuous Variation System (CVT version) and Pneumatic Brakes  with options : No Radar on the Tractor: 47981293 + 84465662 + 48178349 or if radar is installed : 48178349 only.


Case IH is committed to optimizing your performance. This is why we’ve created an extensive range of Genuine Parts to fit your machines perfectly. Built to the highest standards, just like our new machinery, these replacement parts will keep your machines in top condition today and in the long term.

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Pictures shown in this publication are for illustration purpose only. Please see your local dealer for model applicability and correct Part Number for your machine.


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