Ultra Electronics Measurement Systems Inc Datasheets for Industrial Joysticks

Industrial joysticks use potentiometric, inductive or photoelectric sensing systems and/or switches to translate joystick motion into an output signal.
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A ± 10 VDC output signal proportional to force applied to the grip is provided in four axes. Three mutually perpendicular axes are X, Y and Z. The twist axis...
A positive action, center off switch. Moving the handle in any X or Y direction will actuate a single switch. Moving the handle 45 degrees will actuate two switches giving...
A three axis version of the 526 unit, a 5K ohm, 1/2 Watt potentiometer housed within the knob can be rotated ±45 degrees for the third axis.
A two axis control with rugged all metal construction, environmental boot seal and high reliability conductive plastic, center tapped potentiometers. Options include direction or limit switches together with a finger...
A two axis hand control incorporates a push button switch on the handle. Unit operates on ± 15 VDC supply voltage at 100 mA. The output has adjustable sensitivity and...
A two axis hand control using a small diameter, straight, finger-tip handle which provides comfort and sensitivity for high accuracy applications. Unit operates on ± 15 VDC supply voltage at...
A two axis non-contacting precision displacement fingertip operated control which has revolutionized the HMI (Human Machine Interface) Industry by providing high performance and high reliability at low cost. Standard Model...
A two axis non-contacting, displacement, precision, hand operated control with grip, the Model 502C utilizes Ultra MSI’s patented Hall effect technology. Providing high performance and high reliability results at a...
Deflection of the grip on this control operates a miniature, force operated joystick (Model 465) and X/Y axes direction switches. The joystick provides a maximum deflection angle of ± 15°.
Designed and proven by qualifications testing for the most severe military equipment environments. Units utilize a hermetically sealed construction and meet humidity and seal requirements of MIL-STD-810 Method 507 procedure...
Designed for controlled or other less severe environments. The semiconductor elements are sealed by use of proprietary encapsulants. Case material is brass. Mounting styles, fingertip handles, thumb buttons and boot...
Designed for industrial applications where environmental factors such as humidity, temperature, gasses or solids are a consideration. Construction utilizes internal metal bellows and case material similar to Model 465.
Designed for military applications where humidity requirements per MIL-STD-202 apply. Semiconductor piezoresistive elements are protected by an internal flexible metal bellows. The case is constructed of sturdy brass and black...
Has a smooth action and infinite resolution 1 Watt potentiometer. Our smallest displacement type joystick, it will fit in a space only 1 1/2 inches wide. The handle remains in...
Has spring return-to-center in both axes and is supplied with a metal bezel, mounting plate and dust cover.
Included in this hi-fidelity simulated throttle control is the friction adjust handwheel, throttle grip pivot mechanism, 5K ohm potentiometer output, and grip control. This grip includes finger activated input devices...
Inherently rugged and work smoothly without loss of precision throughout operational life. The direct coupling of the handle and the shaft of the potentiometer without the use of gears or...
Models 475 and 485 have a designator and two axis control with switch. Models 475 and 485 are for use in control grips such as Model 1505. They include a...
The JTX joystick provides a precise, reliable and rugged control that withstands harsh environmental conditions. The joystick is available in quadrature square wave and serial outputs. All common "mouse" formats...
The primary action of the joystick produces a "slow" pulse rate of 20 PPS (pulses per second). When the bar switch is pressed simultaneous to a joystick direction pressure a...
The same as model 541P except that the handle knob is replaced by a 5K ohm potentiometer (not center tapped) which is spring return-to-center.
These miniature Hall effect joystick controls are available either as stand alone devices for customer integration, installed in Ultra MSI Control Grips for a thumb-operated grip control or integrated into...
This basic two axis control utilizes a ball and socket joystick pivot with precision metal bails to provide smooth, low friction motion of the X and Y axis. Removable return-to-center...
This control features a spring return-to-center twist knob on the joystick handle. A 5K ohm, 1/2 Watt potentiometer housed within the knob can be rotated ±45 degrees for the third...
This control is a Model 521 with a single pole, single throw, momentary push button function switch mounted in the joystick handle. The switch is rated at 1 AMP, 115...
This control is normally bulkhead mounted, incorporating a "rail" that provides a guard and stabilizes the operator’s hand, thus achieving precise control. In addition to the X and Y axis...
This hand control offers the versatility of using a grip as the human interface. The added trigger and other switches allow the operator to perform multiple tasks while operating the...
This model 462 joystick/serial interface circuit combination transmits data in RS232, RS422 and USB. The compact below panel configuration provides an installation that meets tough environmental standards and requires very...
This model has a boot for mounting surface sealing and a smaller boot at the switch to prevent moisture entry through the handle. The switch leads are brought through the...
This model incorporates a stainless steel case, optonal elastomer seal and bushing mount and offers high performance and precision in a small size where space is an important factor. Overall...
This model is a single axis proportional joystick with spring return-to-center using a 5K ohm center tapped potentiometer whose electrical angle matches the mechanical angle of the joystick. Stay in...
This rugged controller can be actuated in eight separate directions. The handle normally returns to center off position, but when desired, a turn of the knurled tip will lock the...
This rugged, gimbal movement model features high forces, a special diecast aluminum enclosure and construction to provide spray resistance under high pressure conditions. Auxiliary functions are performed by an array...
This rugged, precision hand control provides a rotational axis in addition to the conventional displacement X and Y control simply by twisting the hand grip. The three push buttons and...
This single lever generic throttle control is suited for applications that don’t require high fidelity simulated controls, but instead need a rugged precision control that can be tailored to fit...
This three-axis displacement joystick features a pivot point in the control grip for the Y axis, and a separate pivot point for the X and twist axis. There are different...
This twin-lever hi-fidelity simulated throttle quadrant control includes finger lifts, a throttle detent mechanism, friction adjust lever, and split grip control. The grip configuration represents the F15 MSIP throttle control.
Coded with digital output, available TTL level pulse output
Commercial applications, output rates of 500, 1000, 2000 count/sec
Compact size, high resolution, optional features, adjustable friction lock
Compact size, high resolution, optional features, digital joystick
Compact size, high resolution, optional features, fingertip actuated switch
Compact size, high resolution, optional features, positive joystick lock
Compact size, high resolution, optional features, potentiometer joystick
Compact size, high resolution, optional features, solid dome w/ bezel ring
Compact size, high resolution, potentiometer, optional features
Compact size, high resolution, potentiometer, optional features, long life
Conventional design, T-bar handle, third axis is orthogonal control
Excellent temperature stability, customizable, other protocol options
Industrial applications, output rates of 500, 1000, 2000 count/sec
Infinite resolution, contact company for complete set of specs, F16 model
Infinite resolution, high tracking and positioning
Isometric (force or still stick), max actuation force is 10 pounds
Neoprene boot seal, gimbal movement, includes thumb operated mini joystick
Neoprene boot seal, gimbal movement, potentiometers are 5K center tapped
Optional outputs, MIL spec, max output rates of 500, 1000, 2000 count/sec
Potentiometers are 10K center tapped, handle has a push button
The grip moves easily in all four axes
The grip moves slightly with applied force
Three axis control, no cross talk between axis, knurled ring & handle