Contacting Multi-Turn Position Sensors
Absolute position feedback for automotive seats
Automotive seats are, either manually or automatically, moved on an associated linear track assembly. Seat position sensors are used to provide comfort by allowing automatic seat adjustment, safety by controlling airbag deployment or convenience through memory functions.
The MT-150 series allows up to 150 turns mechanical travel to feedback linear position of the seat, while the MT-5 series has been designed for seat angle position sensing applications. Both series are sealed and feature a clutch function at end stops. They can be easily customized to meet customer requirements. Absolute position is mechanically stored so there is no need of active electronics thus avoiding problems such as memory being lost by current shortages.
For applications with functional safety requirements, Piher provides non-contacting sensors based on Hall-effect and inductive technology.
|Nominal power (at 50°C)||0.15W||0.15W|
|Max voltage||38 Vdc||n/a|
|Voltage range||12.5% to 87.5% (±2.5%)||0.25V to 4.75V|
|Mechanical travel||150 turns ±4||up to 5 turns|
|Temperature range||-40°C to +85°C||-40°C to +85°C|