The featured 1029 TPS is dual channel OEM sensor by Wabash technologies is to be used as input device for a drive system. Typically one sensor is either linked to (or directly mounted on) the “gas” pedal assembly to control traction motor torque demand, and another sensor – on the brake pedal to control regenerative braking demand. The sensor contains has kick-down switch engaging at 43° rotation angle. Resistance of each channel is 2.5kΩ. This switch is typically used to command full power demand. Also contains integrated return spring. Based on SiG (silver in glass) substrate for the encoder, the sensor has exceptional reliability – it will handle 5,000,000 stop-to-stop rotations under harsh conditions. This translates to about 20 years of service life if rotated every 10 seconds for 2 hours daily, 24/7, which means it will certainly outlast your drive system electronics.