Curtis Steering Sensor Units replace conventional steering columns on steer-by-wire electric power steering systems. They are fully integrated electromechanical units consisting of a shaft, bearings and sensors. Steering Sensor Units convert the mechanical movement of the steering wheel into a dual-redundant electrical signal that provides steering wheel position, steering speed and direction data to the
Curtis Model FP-10 foot pedals are designed to be a reliable, safe and easy-to-install throttle for industrial battery powered vehicles. Model FP-10 offers dual return springs with fault detection on those springs to allow throttle fault detection as well as the ability to implement a “limp-home” mode.
Ideal for tough environments such as material handling, Curtis foot pedals are used with Curtis electronic motor speed controllers, as well as models by other manufacturers. Designed for maximum installation flexibility and durability, these pedals are made of rugged aluminum castings.
Wig-Wag throttles which provide an output for motion in both directions. A conductive plastic element in conjunction with unique wiper and shaft support design provides a durable throttle with longer mechanical life.
Attractive, ergonomic and practical function control handles used in pallet jacks, walkie-stackers and tow tractors. These control heads include an electronic throttle mechanism and an emergency switch, and may be equipped with a variety of functional options, including switches (horn, lift, lower, coast), throttle and instrumentation.
Electronic Code Switch 12-120VDC, 12 button, programmable. The Electronic Code Switch is designed for safe machine control and to help prevent unauthorized access use of the machine.