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A growing number of electrical components are being installed in modern vehicles. This is owing, among other things, to legislative rules, such as those limiting emissions and fuel usage.
Electronic components are also being employed more frequently to improve active and passive safety, as well as driving comfort. The accelerator pedal Angle sensor is one of the most critical components.
Non-contact sensors based on an inductive principle are increasingly being used in automotive applications. A stator (which includes an excitation coil, reception coils, and an electronic evaluation unit) and a rotor make up this sensor (formed of one or more closed conductive loops with a certain geometry).
When alternating voltage is applied to the transmission coil, it creates a magnetic field that induces voltages in the receiving coils. In addition, a current is created in the rotor conductive loops, which modulates the magnetic field of the reception coils.
Voltage amplitudes are produced based on the rotor’s position in relation to the receiver coils in the stator. These are processed in an electronic evaluation device before being sent to the control unit as direct-current voltage. This analyses the signal and sends the appropriate pulse, for example, to the throttle valve actuator. The voltage signal’s properties are determined by how hard the accelerator pedal is pressed.
The Global accelerator pedal angle sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The accelerator pedal angle sensor assembly combines the well-known accelerator pedal with a dual output sensor for use in a drive-by-wire application. A pedal position sensor replaces the throttle cable to continually measure driver input.
Standard and Intermotor Accelerator Pedal Angle Sensors are tested for output voltage vs pedal position, with the slope and linearity of the two distinct outputs precisely evaluated to assure proper vehicle performance. Standard, as a basic manufacturer, has complete control over the manufacturing process, from componentry to final product.
Rather than changeable consolidated designs, standard® pedal sensors retain unique installed outputs to match OE. Each sensor is rigorously tested at the end of the line with thousands of data points to validate output voltages for maximum performance and trouble-free operation.
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