E-bike sensor measures frequencies from 1 and 2,500 Hz

July 16, 2019 //By Julien Happich
E-bike sensor
The E-bike speed sensor from ZF mounts on the back wheel to provide the E-bike system with precise information on its current speed.

In combination with a torque sensor, the E-bike sensor enables a better alignment of the overall system. In addition, the ZF sensor is tamper-resistant and always submits precise results. The device is developed based on Hall technology and allows customers to decide if the sensor should have a connector or a cable. The sensors operates from a continuous power supply of 4.5 to 20 VDC and measures frequencies between 1 and 2,500 Hz. They are designed for a temperature range from -20 to +100°C and fulfill the requirements of IP67. Originally, the ZF sensor has been developed for ABS applications. In addition to E-bikes, E-scooters are also a typical target market for the small and efficient sensor.

ZF sensor - www.zf.com


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