Williams Controls WM-537
Multi-Angle, 30°, 37.5° and 45°, Various Mounting Options, Designed for all Commercial Vehicle Applications.
The Curtiss-Wright (Williams Control) WM-537 electronic floor pedal, multi-angle 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 unit can be customized with contact or PWM output sensors. The WM-537 is available in three treadle angles: 30°, 37.5°, and 45°.
The base plate has five mounting holes for various mounting options. This unit is made out of high-strength, engineered plastics and the treadle is supplied with a rubber cover for improved foot traction.
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|Axis Options||Single axis||Floor mount|
|Pedal Angle (Degrees)||30°, 37.5°, and 45°||17 degree stroke angle|
|Resolution||Virtually infinite||Controller dependent|
|Supply Voltage (Vdc)||5.0Vdc||-|
|Output Control Signal-Potentiometric or Hall Effect||Hall effect||Dual ratiometric|
|Output Voltage Range %||22-84% of Vs|
|Operating Temperature Range||−40°C to +85°C||-|
|Storage Temperature Range||−40°C to +85°C||-|
|Environmental Protection||IP67||IEC 60529|
Features & Benefits
|Made from high-strength, engineered plastics||-|
|Treadle is supplied with a rubber cover for improved foot traction||-|
|Can be programmed for analog output and/or integrated switches||-|
|Treadle Options||NBR rubber cover||-|
|Other||Throttle control is made out of high strength engineered plastics||-|
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