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Old October 31st, 2012, 02:32 PM
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Defender TD5 Accelerator Pedal and Potentiometer Assembly

Defender TD5 Accelerator Pedal and Potentiometer Assembly 50.00 each plus shipping
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Old October 31st, 2012, 07:19 PM
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Old November 3rd, 2012, 04:06 PM
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Electric Motor controller???

Have always wondered if this petal and potentiometer assembly would be adaptable for an electric powered Land Rover?
Sounds like a Charles Galpin question.
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Old June 13th, 2013, 11:05 PM
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mmh, I'd think so! I didn't realize the TD5 used a potentiometer.
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Old June 13th, 2013, 11:25 PM
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Old June 19th, 2013, 12:21 PM
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FYI, http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...d.php?p=447660
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Old June 27th, 2013, 02:04 PM
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Does a td5 brake pedal have a potentiometer as well or just a switch?
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Tough to say since its just a sealed box on the side but it looks like its just a pot. Maybe a switch or two in there as well for min/max travel.
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Old June 27th, 2013, 06:07 PM
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I just checked a wiring diagram Jamie sent me (I was out earlier) and all it shows is a switch. Pity.
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I would still question that? How would it work? Its not an on/off set up its variable? There must be some form of variable sensor to tell the ECU the pedals position? There are multiple pins on the connector but who knows how many are used of course. I would still say there is some form of Pot or something in there for it to work as intended?
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Old June 27th, 2013, 07:46 PM
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Maybe the diagram I looked at was too old? It was 2002. If the ECU is indeed reading pedal position it would need a potentiometer. But it could be simply reading if the pedal is pressed or not, and not by how much.

How many wires to the connector?

I want a potentiometer to do regen, and it would be nicer to have one integrated than add one, although you can get linear potentiometers.
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Maybe the diagram I looked at was too old? It was 2002. If the ECU is indeed reading pedal position it would need a potentiometer. But it could be simply reading if the pedal is pressed or not, and not by how much.

How many wires to the connector?

I want a potentiometer to do regen, and it would be nicer to have one integrated than add one, although you can get linear potentiometers.
My understanding of the TD5 set up is that it reads pedal position and translates that to throttle application. So it would need to know the position of the pedal, not just if it was pressed or not. Could be wrong of course. I don't know how many wires as I only have the pedal and a new unused connector. I'm not planning to use mine for a TD5 application so never looked into it.
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Interesting. Maybe Jamie will chime in. Can you see how many pins on the connector of yours?

What are you using this stuff for btw?
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Interesting. Maybe Jamie will chime in. Can you see how many pins on the connector of yours?

What are you using this stuff for btw?
I'm not using it at the moment, its on the 'shelf'. I got it as I am still mulling over the idea of dropping a GM Gen IV motor into my project truck. If I go that way, most of them are fly-by-wire and I would rather modify an LR Pedal that physically fits the truck properly than use the GM one that most likely wont. Or at least its an option if I need it anyway.

Mine has 9 pins on the connector.

Looking at the shape of the housing I would say its a rotary pot in there but like I said I could be wrong.
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Old June 27th, 2013, 08:11 PM
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This is the brake pedal right? It's exactly the same pot as the accelerator then

Ok, I need to get my hands on one of these! Can you show me the entire assembly as a point of reference?

Derek, would you happen to have one of these?

Damn, I already ordered a connector for the throttle and only ordered one. doh!
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This is the brake pedal right? It's exactly the same pot as the accelerator then

Ok, I need to get my hands on one of these! Can you show me the entire assembly as a point of reference?

Derek, would you happen to have one of these?

Damn, I already ordered a connector for the throttle and only ordered one. doh!

No that's 'supposed' to be a throttle pedal...

Here you go.
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Old June 27th, 2013, 08:23 PM
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Ok, that did look awfully familiar I have the second one Derek was selling, and yes it's got 2, maybe 3 potentiometers in it. I put a link above to a new thread I started discussing the pin connections.

My question was a follow up question about the brake pedal. I am looking for a defender brake pedal that contains a potentiometer as well (if it exists)
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