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Perhaps you have used the game controller in the virtual world, but have you ever thought that in the real world, these tools also have a very important use of the handle? For example, joystick remote control, an industrial joystick remote control device, is a safer and more secure way for your workers to work and save more money. Let's read on to learn more about joystick remote control.
This passage is going to talk about the followings of joystick remote control:
What is a joystick?
Various applications of joystick remote control
A joystick is an input device that consists of a joystick that rotates on a base and reports its angle or direction to the device it controls. The joystick, also known as a control tower, is in the cockpit of the main control unit in many civilian and military aircraft, either as a center stick or a side stick. It usually has auxiliary switches to control various aspects of the aircraft's flight.
Joysticks are often used to control video games and usually have one or more buttons whose status can also be read by a computer. A popular joystick variant used on modern video game consoles is the analog joystick. Joysticks are also used to control machines such as cranes, trucks, underwater drones, wheelchairs, surveillance cameras, and zero-turn radius lawn mowers. Miniature finger joysticks have been used as input devices for small electronic devices such as cell phones.
Recently, the use of joysticks has become commonplace in many industrial and manufacturing applications such as; cranes, assembly lines, forestry equipment, mining trucks and excavators. In fact, the use of this joystick is in such high demand that it has replaced the traditional mechanical control lever in almost all modern hydraulic control systems. In addition, most unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) require at least one joystick to control the vehicle, on-board cameras, sensors and/or manipulators.
Due to the highly manual and rugged nature of such applications, industrial joysticks tend to be more rugged than typical video game controllers and are capable of operating over a high cycle life. This led to the development and application of Hall effect sensing for such applications in the 1980s as a means of non-contact sensing. Several companies use Hall effect technology to produce joysticks for industrial applications. Another technology used in joystick design is the use of strain gauges to construct force sensors whose output is proportional to the applied force rather than to the physical deflection. Miniature force sensors are used as additional controls on the joystick to enable menu selection functions.
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