Display screens, pushbuttons, keyboards, lights, and other control devices used to interact with computers, sensors and other equipments.
Control grips are handles or similar devices with built-in control switches. The best known control grips are joy sticks with fire buttons.
Digitizer tablets or graphics tablets are pressure-sensitive data input devices that allow users to select and draw images with a special pen called a stylus or a mouse-like device called a puck.
Human machine interfaces (HMI) are operator interface terminals with which users interact in order to control other devices.
Industrial joysticks use potentiometric, inductive or photoelectric sensing systems and/or switches to translate joystick motion into an output signal.
Industrial keypads are data input devices meant to control equipment in industrial settings, often by the use of characters and symbols allocated to 20 keys or less.
Industrial remote controls are wireless input devices that are used to control machines and equipment to which they are not directly linked. They use radio frequency (RF) signals, digital pulses, or infrared light to send signals from transmitters to receivers.
Manual pulse generators institute a command pulse when the handle is turned manually.
Mechanical control cables provide a push-pull or other action to mechanically actuate components. Mechanical control cables consist of mechanical cable with attached eyes, forks, studs, handles or other fittings.
Operator interface mounts and operator interface arms are articulating components used to hold and position industrial computer monitors, keyboards or other operator interfaces.
Pendant stations are sophisticated, handheld terminals that are used to control robot or machine movements from point to point, within a determined space. They consist of a hanging control console furnished with joysticks, push-buttons or rotary cam switches.
Teach pendants are a specific type of industrial pendant. They are devices equipped with switches and dials used to control a robot's movements to and from desired points within a determined space.