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Cyber-Tech JS Series
Cyber-Tech JS Series

Cyber-Tech JS Series

Cyber-Tech JS Series
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The Cyber-Tech, Inc. JS Series electronic joystick is a tough highly reliable operator input device designed to control mobile machine work functions. The joystick is available in a single axis spring-return-to-center and dual axis spring-return-to-center configurations. Both versions are available with a plain knob or a P-10 Ergo-Grip Series control installed. The JS Series design uses non-contact Hall sensor technology to detect and transmit handle position. Two programmable, temperature-compensated Hall sensors are mounted 90 from one another at the equator of a magnetized ball located at the base of the handle. JS Series joysticks are designed to function in control systems as a signal level device. A regulated 5Vdc supply input yields a 0.5 to 4.5Vdc signal output. The design goal of the JS Series electronic joystick is high reliability at low-cost. It is resistant to the levels of temperature, shock, vibration and EMI/RFI typically found in mobile machine operating environments. The non-contact Hall sensor technology and low part count eliminates many of the failures associated with traditional joystick technology. The JS Series design has been tested to 15 million cycles with no sign of bearing or boot wear or degradation of electrical performance.

The Cyber-Tech, Inc. JS Series electronic joystick is a tough highly reliable operator input device designed to control mobile machine work functions. The joystick is available in a single axis spring-return-to-center and dual axis spring-return-to center configurations. Both versions are available with a plain knob or a P-10 Ergo-Grip Series control installed.

The JS Series design uses non-contact Hall sensor technology to detect and transmit handle position. Two programmable, temperature-compensated Hall sensors are mounted 90� from one another at the equator of a magnetized ball located at the base of the handle. The output of the Hall sensor changes in proportion to changes in the magnetic field caused by handle movement. This electronic design yields a linear relationship between handle position and signal output, with no hysteresis and a stable null over the entire range of handle displacement.

JS Series joysticks are designed to function in control systems as a signal level device. A regulated 5Vdc supply input yields a 0.5 to 4.5 Vdc signal output. The design goal of the JS Series electronic joystick is high reliability at low cost. It is resistant to the levels of temperature, shock, vibration and EMI/RFI typically found in mobile machine operating environments.

The non-contact Hall sensor technology and low part count eliminates many of the failures associated with traditional joystick technology. The JS Series design has been tested to 15 million cycles with no sign of bearing or boot wear or degradation of electrical performance.


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