30 May 2024

iVT Expo, Chicago, 2024

Date: 21 August 2024 - 22 August 2024

Location: Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Chicago, USA

Additional: Stand 808

With many of its solutions designed in partnership with some of the world’s leading off-highway vehicle OEMs, Curtiss-Wright Industrial Division will use its iVT Expo stand to showcase a continued development of vehicle controllers, introduce updated sensor solutions, and continue to promote its commitment to vehicle electrification with its eMobility Solutions portfolio.

For the first time at an off-highway-focused event in the USA, Curtiss-Wright will be showing its all-new CWTI-D840 traction inverter, which boasts an impressive output exceeding 840kWpk and is tailor-made for dual-motor, industrial vehicle electrification applications.

The company will also be continuing to promote its eMobility Solutions portfolio including its latest generation of custom power distribution modules (PDMs).

Curtiss-Wright will also be showcasing a number of components and sub-system solutions, including its CAN Actuator and all-new joystick controller handle.

Originally designed by Curtiss-Wright for transmissions from a leading OEM, the CAN Actuator is a drive-by-wire alternative to the typical push/pull cable mechanical shifter to rotate the shift shaft on a variety of on- and off-highway vehicle transmissions, with this next generation technology developed to be easily adapted for transmissions from other OEMs.

Designed with the expanding Telehandler market as a focus, the all-new HM Grip can be specified and fitted to the company’s JC8100 and JC6000, or as a stand-alone grip for more traditional hydraulic controlled machines. Available with 5V analog, CAN Open and CAN J1939 electrical interface options, it can be specified with up to five pushbuttons and two proportional rollers on the front plate, and a combination of pushbuttons, switches and rollers on the rear, with optional backlighting also available on the pushbuttons.

The company will also use its stand to promote its HMI capability and showcase solutions incorporating multiple functions that can be operated with the use of just one hand, or via finger or thumb activation.

Curtiss-Wright is also unveiling an updated VTS2021 tilt sensor at the show. The dual-axis, vibration-tolerant tilt sensor offers an optimal combination of performance, safety and cost in dynamic applications, making it ideal for pitch and roll detection for industrial-vehicle applications, including mobile elevating work platforms.

For further information, visit Curtiss-Wright Industrial on Stand 808 at iVT Expo 2024.

Start date: Wednesday 21st August 2024
End Date: Thursday 22st August 2024

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