Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor for Use with Electronic Controls in Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicle Applications—Truck and Bus
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Sec. 4: Sensors integrated into the pedal unit may not require an additional return force mechanism.
Sec. 6: Specified each signal channel for Dual APS throttle pedal sensors.
Sec. 6.9: Hysteresis requirement should be a valid statement over the entire span.
Sec. 6.10 and 6.11: Specify that the open or short circuit response is valid at any position.
Sec. 7.2: Changed to 40 mA DC maximum from 100 V DC maximum.
Sec. 7.6: Added reference to Figure 2 for output linearity.
Sec. 7.8: Corrected grammar.
Sec. 7.10: Hysteresis requirement should be a valid statement over the entire span.
Sec. 7.11 and 7.12: Specify that the open or short circuit response is valid at any position.
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Data Sets - Support Documents
The Truck and Bus Electrical Systems Committee is responsible for initiating, drafting, reviewing, and approving review Standards, Recommended Practices, and Information Reports that pertain to the electrical/electronic power distribution systems, wiring, and other electromechanical [mechatronic] components of trucks, tractor-trailer combinations and ubses over 10,000 lbs. (4500 Kg) GVWR primarily designed for on-highway use, but encompassing limited off-highway operation of vocational vehicles. The Committee reports to the Truck and Bus Electrical/Electronic Steering Committee., standards and information reports concerned with the distribution of electrical energy in trucks, buses, and truck-trailers, including the connections required.
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