EHPS (electro hydraulical power steering) control

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Re: EHPS (electro hydraulical power steering) control

Postby Blu302 on Thu Sep 06, 2012 5:03 pm

Have you had a look at the Curtis AC/DC motor controllers? You could pair it up with a suitable truck/forklift hydraulic pump. It would do all the speed control for the hyd motor(CANbus/pot/voltage/frequency as the control signal). Also, don't Toyotas run an EHPS system?

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Re: EHPS (electro hydraulical power steering) control

Postby 20B on Mon Sep 10, 2012 9:56 am

Yes I ended up purchasing a late model Toyota MR2 pump as this seems to be the proven way to do it.
Just wanted to check first if anyone had done any kind of 'control' for it through a dash before.
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Re: EHPS (electro hydraulical power steering) control

Postby 01-0041 on Wed Sep 01, 2021 11:41 pm

Hello 20B,

Bringing this back from the dead!

Did you ever come up with a solution for the speed signal? I'm looking at doing something like this with my C125...

Thank you!


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