Joysticks

June 7, 2006
The 9000 Series joysticks suit various applications including wheelchairs, security cameras, inspection equipment, CCTV systems, and vehicle remote controls.

The devices use inductive sensing to gage motion and will self-center. The same technology ensures even distribution of internal loads and makes the actuator strong and rigid throughout its life. The joysticks feature a low-profile design (sticking out less than 36 mm behind the panel), high EMC immunity, IP65 sealing, and lasts over 10,000,000 cycles. Available with a wide variety of actuator knobs, the devices come in one, two, and three-axis configurations.

APEM Components Inc., 63 Neck Rd., Haverhill, MA 01835, (978) 372-1602, apem.com

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