A guide that has all you need to get up and running with your racing simulator pedals at a fraction of the cost.
Includes previously unreleased files including Arduino Micro pedal mount and new type pedal base
The book contains a comprehensive list of materials so you can get up and running in no time.
Check out the sample document here.
Utilizing hall effect sensors has multiple benifits
Durability: Hall effect sensors are generally more durable than potentiometers because they don’t have physical contact parts that wear out over time. This can result in a longer lifespan and more consistent performance.
Non-contact Technology: Hall effect sensors use magnetic fields to detect pedal position without physical contact. This non-contact nature means there is less friction, reducing the chances of mechanical wear and tear.
Precision and Accuracy: Hall effect sensors can provide precise and accurate measurements, ensuring that the pedal position is detected with high resolution. This is crucial for sim racing enthusiasts who demand realistic and responsive control.
Environmental Resistance: Hall effect sensors are less susceptible to environmental factors like dust, dirt, and moisture. This makes them suitable for a variety of racing setups and environments.
Consistency: Hall effect sensors tend to offer more consistent performance over time, as they are not affected by issues such as contact wear or resistance variations.
Easy to construct but strong.
Flexible material choice: Even PLA plastics can be used to construct this project due to the integration of aluminum tubing and steel bolts.
Easy adjustment: Easily adjust the pedal tilt and calibration with the turn of a few screws.
Modern technical design: The pedal design is modern and technical in appearance. Easily comparable to pedals worth 10 times the cost.
Multiple options:Don’t get boxed into one platform. With Arduino you decide the firmware driver your pedals.
Hi there! I’m Jason Winfield, based in Auckland, New Zealand. I build all sorts of projects that pique my interest, ranging from LED lighting to sim racing gear to 3D printing. I have a YouTube channel where I showcase all my projects. You should check it out to see if there’s something else you might like!