TT electronics’ (Weybridge, UK) new non-contact power steering torque sensor uses less current and is smaller and lighter than existing solutions, helping to make electronic power steering systems more compact, reliable, and efficient. Designed to sense very small differential angles, the new TT electronics SX-4428 Magnetorque II non-contact steering torque sensor is based on Hall Effect technology. Features include:

  • An integrated free-floating torque rotor within the device.
  • Supply current that is less than 21 mA, which contributes to system efficiency.
  • An operational temperature range of -40o to +85oC.
  • Resistance to shock and vibration.

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