OTTO G3 Contour Commercial Series Grip
Modular Contour Grips for Demanding Applications.
The OTTO Contour Grip is a modular ergonomic grip that incorporates switches on the front, side and back. While the housing remains constant, the Contour Grip switches are configurable allowing for a selection of a multitude of different switches in varying locations. The grip is made to withstand harsh environments and can be used in construction, agriculture, forestry and industrial applications.
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Size: (S) Small, (M) Medium, (L) Large Full hand grip; left or right - Maximum Height Above Flange 6.76 inches - Maximum Grip Diameter 5.17 x 4.88 inches Left and right joystick angled Number of Actuators - Content varies upon selection On/Off Actuators 8 6 on front face Rocker Switches 2 - Proportional Push Buttons 3 - Proportional Rocker Switches 2 - Proportional Sliders 2 - Trigger/Operator Presence 2 - Front or Side Buttons 2 - Expected Life (Operations) 1,000,000 -
Supply Voltage (Vdc) 5-32Vdc Product specific AMP Rating Switch dependent Note: Wire thru handles are 22 AWG. Maximum recommended amperage is 5 AMPS CAN Control Not currently developed - Supply Voltage (Vdc) - - Protocol - - Communication - - Connection - -
Operating Temperature Range −40°C to +70°C Actuators will have their own specific temperature rating Storage Temperature Range −40°C to +85°C Actuators will have their own specific temperature rating Environmental Protection IP65 -
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