SAE J1939 Compatible Joystick For Heavy-Duty And Off-Road Use
The TRY54 multifunction joystick from Megatron (Germany) was developed for operation of heavy-duty applications. It was designed for up to 10 million movement cycles.
According to Megatron, the handling minimizes the risk of operating errors, and, due to its installation depth of less than 60 mm, the joystick can be integrated into construction machines or forklifts, where space is usually limited. The company assembles the functional units individually on request: Up to eight buttons can be integrated into the front panel of the joystick, as well as thumbwheels, mini joysticks, LEDs or knobs.
The product has been designed to meet the technical requirements and features a CAN Bus based SAE J1939 interface as supported by commercial vehicles. Redundant, non-contact Hall sensors are provided. The joystick is SIL-2 compliant and therefore suitable for functional safe systems.
The multifunction joystick also features a dead man's lever and a trigger switch, which can be assigned further functions. All actions can be performed with one hand, without changing hands. This reduces the risk of operator fatigue and errors.
- SIL 2 compatible - Reliability through redundant Hall sensors
- Withstands axial loads up to 1780 N with up to 10 million movement cycles
- Low installation depth for space-saving positioning in operator landscapes
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