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High Idle Electronic Throttles
InPower's fast idle electronic throttles provide elevated engine idle speed when the vehicle is stationary. This increased speed provides higher power levels for heavy alternator loads, air conditioner systems, and power take-off (PTO) applications. InPower's throttles are fully interlocked to ensure safe operation in an elevated idle mode. Individually adjustable speed presets allow different speeds for multiple applications, such as air compressors or aerial lifts. A data link to the engine controller ensures precise speed control, interlocking, and operation of the diagnostic LED indicators.
Fast idle to maximize performance while vehicle is stationary for Ford, GM, and Dodge truck and van chassis.
  • Emergency vehicles: ambulances, fire responders, chief's trucks, police SUVs, rescue vehicles, small pumper fire truck
  • Fleet and work trucks: bucket and lift trucks, tire changers, wreckers, cleaning trucks, telecom repair trucks
  • Buses: school buses with lifts, shuttle buses
  • Limousines
  • Surveillance vehicles
  • Telecom and utility fleets
  • Small motor homes/coaches
  • Cargo vans with lifts
  • Service trucks
  • Air conditioning and heater motors
  • Air compressors
  • Alternator loads
  • PTO applications
  • Hydraulic systems
  • Lights
  • Aerial, wheelchair and other vehicle lifts
  • Audio and video systems, surveillance
  • Maintaining the battery charge
  • Vacuum systems
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