The strong one.

SENSO-Wheel HT

The SENSO-Wheel HT is the strongest simulator drive by far.


It's made for applications with extraordinarily high torque – and it's the right choice for motorsport simulators and other Herculean tasks.

The SENSO-Wheel HT combines power with elegance - and a powerful torque of 48Nm in the direct drive with astonishing sensitivity.

SENSO-Wheel HT. When strength is called for.

 Force-Feedback configurator

SENSO-Wheel HT special features

  • For high-end simulators
  • Powerful motor – Made in Germany
  • Direct drive to avoid the disturbances of a gearbox.
  • Freely programmable steering wheel torques, damping, friction, spring stiffness and software end stops
  • Astounding sensitivity

Technical data

Rated torque 24,00 Nm
Maximum torque 48,00 Nm  
Torque resolution 0,08 Nm  
Cogging torque low
Angle resolution 0.009° incr. + index
Gear ratio Direct drive
Backlash none
Maximum speed > 200 rpm  
Supply voltage 115 VAC, 17A – 230 VAC, 8 A 
Bus system CAN (1 Mbaud)  
Cycle time Normal mode 1ms, Basic mode 0.3ms
Weight (motor) 19,0 kg
Motor dimensions 140 mm x 310 mm 
Referencing Encoder index, mechanical end stop or optionally via external position sensor
Guarantee 1 year

 

 

Further technical information

Software manual
Operating instructions
Programming examples
CAN-command set as dbc-file
3D-CAD data
Graphical User Interface (GUI)

We would be pleased to answer any questions you may have and send you a link to our product documentation.

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Options and accessories

We offer a variety of options for our SENSO-Wheel products that make it easier for you to integrate them into your simulator and help you save time and development costs. If you require special adaptations, we will develop a suitable solution for you quickly and cost-effectively.

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Application examples

SENSO-TM driving simulator with integrated SENSO-Wheel

 

Westphalian University of Applied Sciences, Bocholt: Force feedback steering construction with a SENSO-Wheel

Technical University of Munich's driving simulator with integrated SENSO-Wheel