Rotary throttle control

  • 08-Jul-2008 11:14 EDT
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Williams Controls’ WM539 series rotary throttle is a versatile, compact design that uses either contact or Hall-effect noncontact sensors. The sensor’s body is glass-filled nylon with threaded brass inserts for mounting. The knob can be customized for specific customer requirements. At customers’ request, the friction feature holds the lever in a fixed position.
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