Drift Pull Steering Sensor from Sensor Developments

Drift Pull Steering Sensor from Sensor Developments
Sensor Developments Inc.

Sensor Developments Inc., Lake Orion, MI, offers the 90408 Series steering torque and angle sensor designed to test drift pull on vehicles. The sensor clamps to the vehicle's steering wheel, tared to establish vehicle ground, and is allowed to run at a preset recording period. A USB-compatible connection powers and acquires torque and angle data from the sensor and turns a laptop into a DA system. Features include 85 in.-lb. of torque capacity, 150% F.S. overload capacity, 0.10% F.S. nonlinearity, 0.10% F.S. hysteresis, 0.05° angle resolution, and ±20° angle range.

Contact Info

Company: Sensor Developments Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 888-736-7671/248-391-3000
Fax: 248-391-0107

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