The new USB module is now available for connecting joysticks to the PC world. The encapsulated USB module has analog and digital inputs. All joysticks from Spohn & Burkhardt can be connected via these inputs.
Small compact HS0 joystick with wear-free 3D-HALL sensor technology and a metal drive block. The stable 12 mm metal handle and the small installation depth are further characteristics of this new analog joystick. Together, they form the basis for reliable use in a wide variety of applications, especially where installation space is limited.
Compact, ergonomic universal handle G58 for right and left hand. Its generously dimensioned front panel offers a lot of space for different control devices. A jack button on the back and another push button on the back as well as a capacitive hand detection sensor are optionally available.
Functionality and ergonomics. The new G56 handle meets both requirements!
Functionality due to the various possibilities of equipping the insert plates with different buttons, thumbwheels, rockers, ... And thus an optimal adaptation to the respective control task.
Ergonomics due to its shape adapted to the operator's hand, its 2 basic versions, 1x for the left and 1x for the right hand and the integrated hand rest for fatigue-free working.
This opens up possible applications for the handle.
Especially in confined spaces, the new MFK-JB impresses with its perfect adaptability to the operator and its innovative and unique design.
Modern design and sophisticated functionality are trademarks of the new multifunctional armrest for control stations.
Its continuously variable tilt and optional length extension make it ideal for ergonomic work. The contact area is padded with a gel cushion for maximum comfort. Of course, we can also install matching joysticks and command devices according to your requirements.
Perfect for every application!
The compact handle G50 expands the control functions of a joystick by a further axis.
By turning the spring-centered handle clockwise or counter-clockwise, a potentiometric output signal is generated which, together with the directional paths integrated in the potentiometer, can be used for a wide variety of control tasks.