Heusinkveld Sim Pedals Sprint Available
Back in September at the 2018 Sim Racing Expo, Heusinkveld Engineering proudly announced their new HE Sim Pedals Sprint which are replacing the popular HE Sim Pedals Pro set were up for pre-order.
Today the wait is over, as Heusinkveld Engineering is launching the top-of-the-line Sim Pedals Sprint. The new pedals are now available through the Heusinkveld webshop and through Heusinkveld resellers.
That said, Heusinkveld Engineering also reported that the first run of Sim Pedals Sprint has already sold out, but resellers may still hold stock. Aspiring customers should not worry as additional runs of the Sim Pedals Sprint will be added to the Heusinkveld webshop during December.
As with most Heusinkveld gear, all the mechanics, electronics and software of the new pedal set have been designed from the ground up. The new SmartControl software adds a layer of software-based configuration options on top of extensive mechanical adjustability.
Compared to the older Sim Pedals Pro, Heusinkveld managed to lower the prices slightly for the 3-pedal set and the baseplate, while making significant improvements to the product itself.
- 3-pedal set: 699 EUR incl. VAT (EU) / 577,69 EUR excl. VAT (non-EU) + Shipping.
- 2-pedal set: 599 EUR including VAT (EU) / 495,04 EUR excl. VAT (non-EU) + Shipping.
- Optional Sim Pedals Sprint Baseplate: 89 EUR including VAT (EU) / 73,55 EUR excl. VAT (non-EU) + Shipping.
Please note that for non-EU countries import duties may apply.
Sim Pedals Sprint Downloads
Product Manual – version 1.0 (PDF)
Download SmartControl – Configuration tool for Sim Pedals Sprint.
Mounting schematics – Pedal mounting points & Sprint baseplate suggestion
Sim Pedals Sprint Baseplate
Product Manual – version 1.0 (PDF)
Sim Pedals Sprint Features:
Heusinkveld Sim Pedals Sprint are a perfect choice for both casual sim-racers as well as eSports professionals. A strong, compact and highly adjustable design with custom electronics and powerful SmartControl software. Fully adjustable pedal geometry and force (up to 65kg at the brake), limitless configuration options in the software.
The Sim Pedals Sprint are a strong, compact and highly adjustable design, with the main parts made out of CNC precision laser cut steel. Mathematical models were made to accurately calculate pedal travel and force curves, predicting with great accuracy how each pedal behaves in different configurations.
All metal profiles either have a RAL7016 Anthracite Grey fine-structure powder coat or a bead blasted semi-gloss metallic look.
The pedals include all new concepts for bearings and pivot points in order to minimize unnecessary play. Automated testing routines have been used to simulate up to 1 million duty cycles.
Durable load cells measure throttle and clutch position and force applied to the brake. Unlike designs with rotary potentiometers, load cells provide true linear output in relation to your pedal output. They are insensitive to dust and dirt and do not wear out, resulting in unmatched accuracy and durability over time.
Custom developed and EMC tested electronics make sure each pedal responds instantly and accurately in your favorite simulator software. The included SmartControl software allows easy configuration of deadzones, brake force and customize (non-linear) pedal output curves.
With the Sim Pedals Sprint being able to cope with high brake loads, a sturdy mount to your simulator rig is an absolute must. If you do not want mount the pedals directly to your rig but want to put them on a baseplate first, we offer an optional rigid mounting solution. The Sim Pedals Sprint baseplate allows for flexible positioning of individual pedals and also comes with an adjustable heel plate.
Heusinkveld Engineering is a Dutch company that offers a broad array of products and services to the real and virtual racing scene. From advanced vehicle simulation software to simulator hardware. Sim Racers might also know Niels Heusinkveld as the main physics creator for the Automobilista racing simulator by Reiza Studios.
Official Webpage – www.h-engineering.net