Accurate and fine Wheel speed resolution Solutions


 


For accurate and fine Wheel speed Resolution I do not go for less than 40 Units per Wheel Rev.
So the detection ( of Speed or changing's of Speed ) takes Place every 2" on ground .

The Solution for the rear wheel Brakedisc:
Trigger Wheel and Brakedisc in one.

40 T grooved Brakedisc here with 2 Advantages in one
- enormous weight saving ( 40-55% usually )
- fine rear Wheel Speed monitoring

 

Initial Calibration Tables for Motec M400 to M800 Speed Inputs available.

 

Solution I -  for the front wheel Brakedisc:
Trigger Wheel and Brakedisc in one.

This front Brake Disc from ISR has has one of the best stopping Potentials, and are even lighter than the most OEM or aftermarket Brakediscs.

Here also: Initial Calibration Tables for Motec M400 to M800 Speed Inputs available.

 

Hairy it gets if you use Carbon-Ceramic Brakediscs, because you cannot groove them similar to steel Brake Discs to read the Speed.

 But I've got kinda smart Solution:

.... but it is at it always is, that Solution is not that easy done, here's the 30gr. light Trigger Wheel which of course needs some " modification " to meet my requirements in the End .

 


 

Sensors for reading of Wheelspeed and similar Applications (Cam Position reading...etc)

 

Some Pictures here of testing.

 

If you ever would have done a research on Market for a Speed reading Sensors with following features:

.........you can search a long Time



After some Research I found the electronical components, which meet my requirements, and now I will build my own Sensors with Housing which I need for TC . In the end I think they will look same as what they use in Motgp.

 



So now the first TC-Senor done, with those Specs I wanted to have

  1. Bandwidth 15 kHz
  2. Supply Voltage 3,5 to 24 Volt
  3. LED- Indication for Operating-Control
  4. Wire Exit sidewards
  5. Tolerable Distance to Object from 0,1 - 2.5 mm
  6. Working Temperature from -40C to 150C
  7. 17mm height
  8. No Magnets necessary to initialize the Signal

I've build this Sensor similar to what is in use at MotoGP and WSBK, and every Sensor I build is tested to meet the Specs.

Available in my Shop.