Thumb Joystick TRY14
Modern miniature thumb joystick with a wide range of handles and options
- Broad selection of handle shapes
- Good cost/performance ratio
- Installation depth from 13 mm
- Contactless Hall sensors, optionally redundant
- Waterproof, IP class 68 (1 metre) / or even resisting steam jets (IP69K)
- Optional dual outputs, or even redundant with independent power supply
- Push button in handle available
- Analogue voltage output, PWM or USB interface
|Return Mechanism||Spring Return|
|Output interface||Analogue voltage output, USB, PWM (Pulse Width Modulation)|
|Housing depth under panel||≤ 13 mm|
|Sealing above panel||IP68 (1 meter), optional IP69K (not valid for panel sealing)|
|Limiter plate||Round, Slotted x direction (1 axis), Plus, Slotted y direction (1 axis), Square|
The TRY14 series of thumb joysticks offers a wide range of configurations to suit a variety of applications.
The TRY14 is the all-rounder of thumb joysticks, with a wide range of handles, limiters and output options. The size of these joysticks can be compared to those widely used in gamepads, but the TRY14 is integrated into an industrial housing with a reliable mechanism. Typical applications range from remote controls, armrest integration or integration into larger joystick handles to industrial or medical robot arms.
In addition to analogue outputs and digital interfaces (PWM and USB), the TRY14 offers a choice of hard plastic or elastomer handles. One handle version even offers a momentary push button. Optionally, redundant sensors are available with common or separate power supplies. This allows the joysticks to be optimized for almost any application.
With the convenient mounting options (mounting with frame from above or below, or screw flange) and the small installation depth of < 13 mm, the joystick offers unequalled opportunities in case of space-limitations below the panel. Termination options are lead wires or a 2.54 mm raster Pitch TE connector, increasing the flexibility even further.
The electro-mechanics, using advanced non-contact Hall sensors, ensure a long mechanical life expectancy of 1 million operations. The construction is designed to withstand loads of up to approximately 30 N and improved handle options offer protection up to IP69k above the panel (panel ingress not included).