Multifunction Grip Industrial Joysticks

Displacement Joysticks -- MP1
from Daco Hand Controllers

Joysticks are the most suitable hand controllers for dynamic applications such as remote vehicle operation and camera tracking systems, and displacement joysticks are the most common type. Daco's modular displacement joystick range has been developed specifically for applications that require... [See More]

  • Number of Axes: 2-Axis Control; 3-Axis Control; Additional Axis Control Available if Multi-function Grip is Attached)
  • Grip Style: Contoured; Straight or Conical Tube; Custom (optional feature)
  • Joystick Application: Heavy Duty Joystick Controller; Precision Joystick Controller; Game Joystick Controller (optional feature)
  • Material of Construction: Anodised Aluminum Alloy
Force Type Hand Operated -- Model 446
from Ultra Electronics Measurement Systems Inc

This hand control offers the versatility of using a grip as the human interface. The added trigger and other switches allow the operator to perform multiple tasks while operating the primary transducer. The unit provides a ± 10 VDC output from a ± 15 VDC supply. Other outputs are... [See More]

  • Number of Axes: 2-Axis Control
  • Switches: Spring Return (Centering)
  • Number of Actuating Directions: 4
  • Joystick Application: Precision Joystick Controller
Small Version Joystick Base Biaxial -- J2
from elobau U.S., Inc.

The angular operating range is ±20 °. The operating principle is non-contacting: - analogue: rotating magnetic field over hall-sensor - digital: reed technique. Short circuit-proof with analogue version (short circuit duration: unlimited). J2 has a 6/8/10 or 12 PIN Molex 5557 connector,... [See More]

  • Number of Axes: 2-Axis Control
  • Joystick Application: Precision Joystick Controller
  • Switching Elements: Normally Open
  • Grip Style: Straight or Conical Tube
Heavy Duty, Displacement, Hand Operated -- Model 541
from Ultra Electronics Measurement Systems Inc

These miniature Hall effect joystick controls are available either as stand alone devices for customer integration, installed in Ultra MSI Control Grips for a thumb-operated grip control or integrated into custom input systems and panels per customer requirements. Their small size and weight make... [See More]

  • Number of Axes: 2-Axis Control
  • Switches: Spring Return (Centering)
  • Number of Actuating Directions: 4
  • Joystick Application: Heavy Duty Joystick Controller
Heavy Duty, Displacement, Hand Operated -- Model 546
from Ultra Electronics Measurement Systems Inc

Inherently rugged and work smoothly without loss of precision throughout operational life. The direct coupling of the handle and the shaft of the potentiometer without the use of gears or linkages means the backlash is reduced to a minimum. Also, the spring levers allow the user a choice of various... [See More]

  • Number of Axes: 2-Axis Control
  • Switches: Spring Return (Centering)
  • Number of Actuating Directions: 4
  • Joystick Application: Heavy Duty Joystick Controller
Heavy Duty, Displacement, Hand Operated -- Model 547
from Ultra Electronics Measurement Systems Inc

This rugged, precision hand control provides a rotational axis in addition to the conventional displacement X and Y control simply by twisting the hand grip. The three push buttons and trigger switch on the grip allows the operator to perform multiple tasks. Other custom grip configurations are also... [See More]

  • Number of Axes: 3-Axis Control
  • Switches: Spring Return (Centering)
  • Number of Actuating Directions: 6
  • Joystick Application: Heavy Duty Joystick Controller
Manual, Multi-Functional Joysticks -- Model 404
from Ultra Electronics Measurement Systems Inc

A ± 10 VDC output signal proportional to force applied to the grip is provided in four axes. Three mutually perpendicular axes are X, Y and Z. The twist axis is rotation about the vertical Z axis. The grip is stiff; it has no perceptible motion. Operating force range for X and Y axes is 5... [See More]

  • Number of Axes: 4-Axis Control
  • Switches: Friction Hold
  • Number of Actuating Directions: 8
  • Joystick Application: Precision Joystick Controller
Manual, Multi-Functional Joysticks -- Model 541-G3403
from Ultra Electronics Measurement Systems Inc

Included in this hi-fidelity simulated throttle control is the friction adjust handwheel, throttle grip pivot mechanism, 5K ohm potentiometer output, and grip control. This grip includes finger activated input devices to simulate one of a variety of F16 models. [See More]

  • Number of Axes: 1-Axis Control
  • Switches: Friction Hold
  • Number of Actuating Directions: 2
  • Joystick Application: Precision Joystick Controller
Manual, Multi-Functional Joysticks -- Model 541-G3580-1
from Ultra Electronics Measurement Systems Inc

This twin-lever hi-fidelity simulated throttle quadrant control includes finger lifts, a throttle detent mechanism, friction adjust lever, and split grip control. The grip configuration represents the F15 MSIP throttle control. A 5K ohm potentiometer provides the output for each lever. [See More]

  • Number of Axes: 1-Axis Control
  • Switches: Friction Hold
  • Number of Actuating Directions: 2
  • Joystick Application: Precision Joystick Controller
Manual, Multi-Functional Joysticks -- Model 541-G665
from Ultra Electronics Measurement Systems Inc

This single lever generic throttle control is suited for applications that don ’t require high fidelity simulated controls, but instead need a rugged precision control that can be tailored to fit particular requirements. A level guide plate is used to annunciate critical throttle positions. [See More]

  • Number of Axes: 1-Axis Control
  • Switches: Friction Hold
  • Number of Actuating Directions: 2
  • Joystick Application: Precision Joystick Controller