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Continental MTF-3

39º , Single Axis, Floor Mount.

The Continental AVID F3 Electronic Foot Pedal is designed for all commercial vehicle applications. Equipped with a Hall effect non-contact sensor that can be programmed for analog output and/or integrated switches. Available in different electrical configuration for OEM solutions.

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Specifications

Mechanical

Axis Options Single axis Floor mount
Pedal Angle (Degrees) 39° 17.5 º stroke angle
Static Load (Lbs/Newtons) - -
Life Cycles 10,000,000 -
Locks-Detents - -

Electrical

Resolution Virtually infinite Controller dependent
Supply Voltage (Vdc) 5.0Vdc -
Output Control Signal-Potentiometric or Hall Effect Hall effect Dual ratiometric
Output Voltage Range % 0.5 to 4.5V Options available
Directional Safety Switches Transistor 150mA@ 5V 5, 10, 12, 24, 36, or 48V
Connection Dual Delhphi 3-Way Signal and switch separate

Environmental

Operating Temperature Range (Degree C) −40°C to +85°C -
Storage Temperature Range (Degree C) −50°C to +105°C -
Environmental Protection IP67 -

Other

Treadle Options NBR rubber cover Base plate aluminum
Output Controls - -
Other Throttle control is made out of high strength engineered plastics -

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