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Electronic Foot Pedals

Optimizing Operator Comfort and Ergonomics.

From the operator to the ground; as an important part of total machine control and controlling vehicles in harsh mobile equipment environments, GS Global Resources (GSGR) offers a variety of robust electronic suspended or floor-mounted foot pedals.  Our electronic foot pedals are programmable and offer redundant hall-effect sensing technology for long life and improved safety. From custom electronic throttle controls (ETC) that meet specific OEM requirements to standard designs that are compatible with most electronically controlled engines, GSGR works with you, along with our suppliers, to design and integrate the right ETC to meet your needs, even in the most demanding environment.

Contact Us today to find out how we can integrate a solution for you without requiring you to redesign your complete machine.

    • 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. Literature coming soon.

    • Continental MTF-7

      20°, Single Axis, Floor Mount. The MTF- 7 is a floor mounted, single axis electronic foot pedal, utilizing dual hall effect non-contacting sensors. The pedal utilizes a secondary safety limit switch with normally open and normally closed contacts. These contacts can be used as inputs into a control system. The rugged design is fully sealed (IP67) for […]

    • Continental MTF-9

      45º, 20º  Stroke Angle, Single Axis, Floor Mount. The MTF-9 is a floor mounted, single axis electronic foot pedal utilizing dual hall effect non-contacting sensors. The pedal utilizes a secondary safety limit switch with normally open and normally closed contacts. These contacts can be used as inputs into a control system. The rugged design is fully […]

    • Continental MTS-7

      Multiple Angles 31º, 37º, and 45º, 18º Stroke Angle, Single Axis, Suspended Accelerator with Metal Arm. GS Global Resources Suspended Accelerator Pedals are used in commercial and utility vehicles.  The MT-S7 is a wall mounted, single axis foot pedal utilizing dual hall effect non-contacting sensors. The pedal utilizes a secondary safety limit switch with normally […]

    • OTTO HJFC

      Hall Effect Foot Pedal Designed for your worst possible conditions, the OTTO HJFC Hall effect Electronic Foot Pedal provides a life of nine million cycles. The pedal’s pivot point itself is also sealed against large debris. Proven contactless analog output Hall effect technology J1939 CAN-Open® formats available. Customer specified features such as pretravel (dead band) and […]

    • Williams Controls WM-526

      28.5º, 35º, and 45º Kick Down & Non-Kick Down. The Williams WM-526 Electronic Floor Pedal is designed for all commercial vehicle applications and is highly customizable. Available in kick down and non-kick down versions to accommodate customer applications. The unit is equipped with a Hall effect non-contact sensor that can be programmed for analog output […]

    • Williams Controls WM-537

      Multi-Angle, 30°, 37.5° and 45°, Various Mounting Options. The Williams Electronic Floor Pedal WM-537 is designed for all commercial vehicle applications. The WM-537 is equipped with a Hall effect, non-contact sensor that can be programmed for analog output and/or integrated switches. The electronics are IP67 sealed and highly EMI resistant (SAE J1113). In addition, the […]

    • Williams Controls WM-540

      Suspended Electronic Accelerator. The Williams WM-540 electronic suspended pedal is firewall mounted and designed to provide an electrical signal to an engine control module in response to the operator’s demand for engine power. The WM-540 is equipped with a Hall effect, non-contact sensor that can be programmed for analog output and/or integrated switches. The electronics […]

    • Williams Controls WM-542

      20° Angular Rotation, Electronic Suspended Pedal. The Williams WM-542 Electronic Suspended Pedal is designed for on-highway vehicle applications. The unit is equipped with a Hall effect, non-contact sensor that can be programmed for analog output and/or integrated switches. The electronics are IP67 sealed and highly EMI resistant (SAE J1113). In addition, the unit can be customized […]

    • Williams Controls WM-546

      Designed for all Commercial Vehicle Applications, where Compact Design and a Cost-Effective Solution are Essential. The Williams Controls WM-546 Electronic Suspended Pedal is designed for all commercial vehicle applications, where compact design and a cost-effective solution are essential. The all-plastic housing has a three-hole bolt pattern for mounting to the vehicle firewall and the foot […]

    • Williams Controls WM-554

      Electronic Suspended Pedal designed for commercial and industrial vehicle applications. The Williams Controls’ WM-554 Electronic Suspended Pedal is designed for commercial and industrial vehicle applications. The unit is equipped with a Hall-effect, non-contact sensor that can be programmed for analog output. The electronics are IP67 sealed and highly EMI resistant (SAE J1113). The WM-554 is […]

    • Williams Controls WM-558

      Designed for all Commercial Vehicle Applications. The Williams Controls WM-558 is equipped with a Hall effect non-contact sensor that can be programmed for analog output and/or integrated switches. The electronics are IP68 and 69k sealed and highly EMI resistant (SAE J1113). In addition, the unit can be customized with contact or PWM output sensors. The […]

    • Williams Controls WM-575 (WCS-400101)

      Hall-Effect Rocker Pedal with Position Sensor, 14° ± 2° Angular Rotation, Fore & Aft. The Williams Controls (Curtiss-Wright) WM-575 (WCS-400101) EFPA (Electronic Floor Pedal Assembly) is designed to provide a signal to the engine fuel control system in response to the driver’s request for engine power. A sensor is employed which provides a voltage proportional to the […]