Steering Reaction Force Generation
The steering reaction force is controlled with high accuracy and low cogging torque by using a coreless direct drive AC servomotor.
Constant Measurement of Steering Reaction Force Torque
The steering reaction force torque that is generated by the AC servomotor and transmitted to any output axis is constantly measured. The dynamic torque variations are accurately measured by using a high accuracy and high response torque sensor.
Transmission of Steering Reaction Force Torque
The steering reaction force torque is transmitted to an arbitrary steering column connected to the generator.
The axial ends are provided with serration processing for connection.
System Configuration Diagram
- The steering reaction force torque is generated by the AC servomotor in accordance with the torque command from the upper control system.
- The steering reaction force torque is transmitted to an arbitrary steering column connected to the output axis of the generator.
- The torque value generated by the generator is constantly measured and outputted by a torque sensor.
|Constant torque||10 Nm or more|
|Maximum momentary torque||30 Nm or more|
|Torque fluctuation||0.2 Nm or less|
|Torque command resolution||0.02 Nm or less|
|Maximum velocity||2200 deg./s or more|
|Steering Reaction Force
|1 set||With a motor and a torque sensor|
|Reaction Force Unit||1|
|Reaction Force Control Unit||1|