OTTO HTL2 Two-Way Linear Finger Joystick
Linear Hall Effect Toggle, Variety of Button Styles.
The OTTO HTL series provides performance and ease of use in one miniature package that can be mounted in control handles, armrests, and panels. With programmable sensors and consistent operation, the OTTO HTL series has excellent tactile feel for improved operator control and is available with either a dust tight or IP68S watertight seal.
Some of the markets OTTO HTL include: Agriculture, Construction, Industrial, Medical, Off-Highway and Unmanned Vehicles.
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Axis-Options Single - Lever Angle (Degrees) 23° min to 27° max - Operating Force with Boot 16 oz typical to 20 oz max (at top of button) @ 25°C - Life Cycles 1 million cycles all directions - Max Allowable Vertical & Radial Force on Button 25.0 lbs - Max Allowable Torque on Button 7.5 lbs -
Supply Voltage (Vdc) 5Vdc - Output Control Signal-Potentiometric or Hall Effect Hall effect: single or dual redundant Ratiometric-multiple option Controller Input Impedance (OHM)Ω 10Ω max - Connection Lead wire 22 or 24 AWG wires
Operating Temperature Range −40°C to +85°C - Storage Temperature Range −40°C to +85°C - Environmental Protection IP68S RoHS/WEEE/reach compliant
Handle Solutions Designed for grip, arm rest and panel mounting - Boot Elastomer - Button Thermoplastic, black - Case Thermoplastic, black - Flange Thermoplastic, black - Mounting Hardware Panel fastener assembly -
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