Steering wheel system

  • 04-Dec-2009 03:54 EST
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Designed for automotive ride and handling test applications, PCB Automotive Sensors’ instrumented steering wheel system enables true-to-life data measurements. The model 5610-10A is equipped with integrated sensors to measure angle, angular rate, and torque. The telemetry-based steering wheel with supplied adaptors can be installed in the same position as the OEM steering wheel to provide similar ergonomic feel and driving dynamics. The vehicle’s active electronic stability program (ESP) is fully supported and not compromised. PCB model 5610-10A units provide advanced integrated function keys, which include autozero for both steering angle and steering torque, shunt calibration, and function lock. Located on the steering wheel within thumbs reach, four integral switches allow the unit user-programmable controlling options. Model 5610-10A instrumented steering wheel systems, which are equipped with an integrated inductive power supply, provide continuous running wireless operation. The accompanying compact signal conditioning unit is designed for use where space is at a premium.

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