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Curtiss-Wright’s Industrial division launches new Electronic Suspended Pedal

Curtiss-Wright’s Industrial division launches new Electronic Suspended Pedal

Curtiss-Wright’s Industrial division has announced it has launched the WM-554, a compact, lightweight and cost-effective electronic suspended pedal from the Corporation’s brand family of Williams Controls.
Featuring a non-contact, Hall-effect sensor that can be factory-programmed for dual analog output (APS), the WM-554 suspended pedal provides smooth driver operation and is available with a standard pedal travel of 19 degrees. The WM-554’s lever arm and mounting bracket can be customized to assist installation and optimize driver ergonomics in the vehicle cab environment.
Key features of the WM-554 include:
  • A product life of 3 million travel cycles
  • Operating force between 17N (idle) and 35N (full travel)
  • Robust, durable design enables high static load capability and environmental protection to IP67 – suitable for exposed operator cabs
  • Lever arm and bracket can be customized to suit specific vehicle designs
The WM-554 launches with a 5Vdc supply voltage, including electronics that are fully compliant with industry-standard electro-magnetic emission regulations (SAE J1113).
The new pedal assembly uses a corrosion resistant, coated steel mounting bracket and high-strength composite plastics for the body and pedal arm. This creates a highly-ruggedized and lightweight construction, making the WM-554 ideal for all industrial and commercial on- and off-highway vehicle applications, including medium-duty trucks and vans, buses, recreational ATV’s, military and construction vehicles.
email cwig.uk@curtisswright.com.
For more information on Curtiss-Wright Industrial division products, visit www.cw-industrialgroup.com or call +44.1425.271444.

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