Steering Torque Sensor

The RACELOGIC Steering Torque Sensor directly connects to a data logger and measures a vehicle’s steering angle or torque.

  • CAN and analogue output to your data acquisition system
  • 3 sensor variants, 50, 100 & 200 Nm torque
  • Steering angle resolution 0.1°
  • Ideal for tests such as ECE R79, ISO 4138 and ISO 7401

Key Features


Adheres to Test Standards

The RACELOGIC Steering Torque Sensor accurately measures a vehicle’s steering angle or torque in tests such as ECE R79, ISO 4138 and ISO 7401.

High Dynamic Response

The sensor has a fine resolution of steer angle (0.1°) and comes with three variants of steering torque (50, 100 & 200 Nm).

CAN Bus & Analogue Output

The RACELOGIC Steering Torque Sensor connects directly to your data acquisition system via a CAN or analogue output.

No Interference

Existing steering wheel functions, such as vehicle control elements, will not be affected when using the Steering Wheel Sensor.

Easy Installation

A universal steering wheel adapter is included, making it quick and easy to mount to any vehicle, without having to remove the actual steering wheel.

ISO Calibration

The steering wheel sensor can be calibrated to ISO 17025 standard, if required.

Technical Specifications


Technical

Power Supply
9~24 V
Filter Threshold
0.05 Nm
Data Update Rate
200 Hz
Sampling Rate
100 Hz
Output Protocol
CAN

Physical & Environmental

Weight
3 kg
Steering Wheel (Circumference)
Ø350 mm
CAN Output & Power Supply Cable (Length)
2 m
Operating Temperature range
‐20~80°C

Torque

Range
±0-50 Nm;
±0-100 Nm;
±0-200 Nm
Linearity
0.1% FS
Hysteresis
0.1% FS
Maximum Load
150%

Steering Angle

Range
±3,200°
Sensor Type
Rotating Encoder
Output Phase
A, B, Z
Signal Type
TTL
Output Pulse
18000 Pulse/360°
Resolution
0.1°
Max. RPM
2,000 RPM
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