Springer Controls offers three different models of joysticks from TER. The Hercules, Hercules CK and the Juliet. The Hercules is a traditional joystick using rockers and microswitches for signaling. The Hercules CK uses small relays mounted on a PC board. The Hercules and the Hercules CK are larger than the Juliet and offer the most precise control and customization flexibility, while the Juliet offers a more compact, and economical option for simple applications. Each can be configured for up to 5 speeds for each direction, with cross or 360° movement. To use the product selector:
Type – Juliet – Compact & Economical; Hercules – Full size and features; Hercules CK – Full size/features w/ PCB mounted relays instead of microswitches
# of Steps – Two numbers are displayed. This represents the number of steps (speed) in each direction. For example, 1-0 means that you have movement in 1plane. Either up/down or left right. In that direction you have 1 step, meaning a single switch will activate if you press the joystick up, and a separate single switch will activate if you press down. 1-1 means you have movement in 2 planes, up/down and left right. A single switch in each direction.
Movement Type – Cross movement means the joystick can only move in 90degrees (cannot be moved diagonally) while 360° movement allows for the joystick to be moved circularly to engage movement in two directions at the same time.
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