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    Polaris Virage I TPS sensor option.

    Hello I have bought the sensor
    Did you said and had one fully open and other one fully closed. Put them shaft to shaft. And made the flat spot.
    But cannot get it to line up on the trottle shaft and bolts to line up
    Any more tips on to gettin it perfect

    But when I do get the bolts lined up and pull the lever. The rotation is wrong rotation it stops like it should be ccw or clock wise
    When first attempt bolts up perfect slid on the shaft. Pull trottle. Tight like at 4.7 volt that was at idle. So itís backwards
    Turn the tps complete opposite its way wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Msxslayer View Post
    Hello I have bought the sensor
    Did you said and had one fully open and other one fully closed. Put them shaft to shaft. And made the flat spot.
    But cannot get it to line up on the trottle shaft and bolts to line up
    Any more tips on to gettin it perfect

    But when I do get the bolts lined up and pull the lever. The rotation is wrong rotation it stops like it should be ccw or clock wise
    When first attempt bolts up perfect slid on the shaft. Pull trottle. Tight like at 4.7 volt that was at idle. So itís backwards
    Turn the tps complete opposite its way wrong.
    If you are pointing the two shafts at each other and matching the flat, you are creating a mirror image. Flat will not be in the correct location

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    Polaris Virage I TPS sensor option.

    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    If you are pointing the two shafts at each other and matching the flat, you are creating a mirror image. Flat will not be in the correct location
    ok shaft to shaft the flat is on opposite side

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    Polaris Virage I TPS sensor option.

    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    If you are pointing the two shafts at each other and matching the flat, you are creating a mirror image. Flat will not be in the correct location
    Did you actually try this and get it to work??

    I did but when bolt up. Itís at 4.7v and when I pull trottle it at the end of the turn for the tps

    Like it should be the opposite rotation

    Tryed 4 more places on the tps. Still the same thing. It all seems right except it is opposite rotation

    Did anybody make this and make it work just wondering if I still did t get it right or is this sensor wrong rotation

    I ordered the sensor that kingdill put up the swab90 manufacturing number. Looks exactly like old one

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    Well, you can hook up the old TPS sensor to 5 volts DC and measure how the output voltage changes as the shaft rotates.

    Then swap in the new TPS and do the same measurements. Does the voltage trend in the same direction as the shaft turns?

    I posted on here a few years back on using a simple 5 volt USB power pack to power the TPS, and multimeter to measure the signal output.

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    HRS100SWAB090
    This is the one I got
    I tryed a lot of different shaft locations. But it dosnt work out with rotation when squeezing trottle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Msxslayer View Post
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    I tryed a lot of different shaft locations.
    But it doesn't work out with rotation when squeezing throttle.
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...=1#post2293470

    This shows a non-pigtail style TPS but the pigtail type rotates in the same direction, with similar output voltages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...=1#post2293470

    This shows a non-pigtail style TPS but the pigtail type rotates in the same direction, with similar output voltages.
    Hey thanks I have read that post,
    But should be able to just replace the sensor like kingdill did.
    It worked and fitted perfectly for me itís just wrong
    At idle itís 4.7
    At full itís .4 or so
    Backwards
    Would like to get this tread to work
    I wonder if this model number is the correct one
    When I ordered it there was no choice of rotation


    I lined up the old one to the new one
    Both at fully open (tested) and they are opposite
    So i wonder what one kingdill got

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    Quote Originally Posted by Msxslayer View Post
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    I wonder if this model number is the correct one
    When I ordered it there was no choice of rotation ...
    The OEM Polaris Ficht TPS turns CCW towards the full throttle position. So you need a sensor that outputs low voltage in Clockwise (CW) rotation and full voltage in CounterClockWise rotation (CCW)

    According to the spec sheet for HRS100SWaB090 it provides LOW voltage at CCW rotation, the opposite of what the OEM Polaris TPS provides.

    CW: 4.750 V min., 4.850 V max.
    CCW: 0.150 V min., 0.250 V max.

    https://sensing.honeywell.com/honeyw...01264-a-en.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    The OEM Polaris Ficht TPS turns CCW towards the full throttle position. So you need a sensor that outputs low voltage in Clockwise (CW) rotation and full voltage in CounterClockWise rotation (CCW)

    According to the spec sheet for HRS100SWaB090 it provides LOW voltage at CCW rotation, the opposite of what the OEM Polaris TPS provides.

    CW: 4.750 V min., 4.850 V max.
    CCW: 0.150 V min., 0.250 V max.

    https://sensing.honeywell.com/honeyw...01264-a-en.pdf
    Wow thank you k447 very helpful

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