Rely on our sensors to pick up on the varying needs of your vehicle’s steering system.
Precision is never in question with our SASA sensor. Detecting the absolute position and speed of the steering wheel is important in variable steering ratio and closed loop set-ups where steering wheel position and steering angle have to match. Responding to the sensor’s CAN output signal, the steering characteristics of the steering system adapt to the variable steering ratio.
The sensor works perfectly with our PVED-CLS safety and steering controller, programmable PLUS+1® controllers and the entire Danfoss range of electrohydraulic steering components.
Features and benefits
Non-contact inductive principle, giving very high resolution < 0.1°
Robust design, resistant to electro-magnetic radiation
CAN output signal for easy interfacing with advanced vehicle controllers
Mounted between the steering unit and column, contributing to system compactness
- SASAIIC: “fail silent” concept
- SASAIID: two output messages concept and PLUS+1® compliant
|Type||Name||Language||Valid for||Updated||Download||File type|
|Operating guide||PLUS+1® Compliant SASA Function Block User Manual||English||Multiple||09 Mar, 2015||179.5 KB|
|User guide||SASA Sensor Technical Information||English||Multiple||09 Aug, 2018||2.6 MB|
|Data sheet||SASA Steering Wheel Sensor Data Sheet||English||Multiple||09 Mar, 2015||440.5 KB|
|Installation guide||Steering wheel sensor SASA Installation Guide||English||Multiple||13 Jun, 2017||2.7 MB|
Space is limited on construction sites, and there are people working everywhere. Contractors need machines that can safely maneuver in a tight spot. At the same time they still need to be powerful enough to get the job done. At Danfoss, we deliver the components, software, and controls that enable your machines to run safely, efficiently and effectively.
All-wheel steering is one example of how Danfoss is at the forefront of machine versatility. This helps customers getting the most out of their equipment. Electrohydraulic steering system enables operators to manually adjust the steering mode, allowing them to best match machine performance to the task at hand.