Mini-joystick for industrial applications

Elobau Sensor Technology Inc. has released the J1 mini-joystick, which can be operated by thumb or fingertip actuation. It is designed to be incorporated into a larger, manual joystick for secondary tasks or into a control panel with limited space. Applications include vehicle uses such as crane control, remote wireless controls, teach-in functionality on industrial robots, or single special us...

08/01/2008


 

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Elobau Sensor Technology Inc. has released the J1 mini-joystick, which can be operated by thumb or fingertip actuation. It is designed to be incorporated into a larger, manual joystick for secondary tasks or into a control panel with limited space. Applications include vehicle uses such as crane control, remote wireless controls, teach-in functionality on industrial robots, or single special use functions on printing presses, packaging equipment, and machine tools. The joystick measures 41 x 41 x 41 mm. A magnet rotates around a Hall Effect sensor, located in a sealed housing with the connector and lead wire, to provide high IP67 class protection for onboard electronics. The non-contact technology ensures longer service life, guaranteed to 2 million switching operations. The limit position, with maximum deflection of +/- 15 www.elobau-st.com Elobau Sensor Technology

 

Elobau Sensor Technology is a CSIA member as of 3/1/2015



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