At the heart of our throttle pedal lies a critical component: the TPS (Throttle Position Sensor). Unlike generic sensors commonly used in simulators, we employ an actual automotive-grade TPS sensor. This choice is driven by our pursuit of authenticity. By using a sensor directly sourced from real cars, we ensure that the throttle response in our simulators is as close to reality as possible.
The TPS sensor measures the position of the throttle, allowing for accurate and instantaneous feedback to the simulator software. This means that when you press the throttle in a Sim Coaches simulator, you're experiencing a level of responsiveness and control that mirrors the experience of being behind the wheel of an actual vehicle.
The benefits of using an authentic TPS sensor are multifold. First and foremost, it provides an incredibly precise and consistent reading of throttle position. This translates to a more accurate representation of your input in the virtual world. Additionally, the durability and reliability of automotive-grade components far surpass that of generic alternatives, ensuring that your Sim Coaches throttle pedal will provide years of reliable service.
With Sim Coaches, you're not just getting a simulator; you're gaining access to a meticulously crafted piece of engineering that delivers an authentic racing experience. Our use of an actual automotive-grade TPS sensor is just one example of how we go above and beyond to provide the best possible simulation experience for our users.