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4-way Pacman type arcade joystick. Heavy duty design gives this joystick a great feel! Features: ABS plastic and solid alloy construction
Uses 4 microswitches to detect on/off position
Unique handle design
Spring return to center
Very rugged construction
Rated 5A @ 125V, 3A @ 250V* Overall height: 101mm
Joystick height: 60mm Documents: Manual ...
This is a 3-terminal microswitch, with a small push-button. This switch has a great 'clicky' sound to it, and a nice tactile feel. Features: Max 4A 125/240VAC
2 mounting holes
Long mechanical operating life
Contact resistance: less than 0.2Ω
Insulation resistance: 500Ω minimum @500VDC
Rated to 10000 clicks
This is a 3-terminal microswitch two pack, each equipped with a 20mm offset lever actuator. These switches have a great 'clicky' sound to them with a nice tactile feel and are perfect when used for a slider, 3D printer, or robot project. Each microswitch is rated for 5A at 250VAC. Housing Dimensions: 19.8 x 15.8 x 10.3 mm Documents: Product Page (605632) ...
We use these little buttons on everything! These Miniature Single Pole Single Throw switches have a good click to them and are breadboard friendly. Perfect as a tactile reset switch. These momentary buttons are rated up to 50mA. Documents: Dimensional Drawing (NEEDS UPDATE! COMING SOON!)
This is a single pole, 10 position rotary switch able to select up to 10 different states in a durable package. Unlike our other rotary switch, this model is much more robust and capable of handling larger currents and voltages. You may find this rotary switch familiar, it's the same one we trusted in our Decade Resistance Box! With a max voltage rating of 125VAC at 0.3A and a dielectric strength of 250VAC for 1 minute this is a serious little rotary switch capable of working with some of your...
This is a resistive analog joystick, very similar to those found on the PSP1000. These compact joysticks are different in that they have a very interesting 'slide' feeling. For wiring this part, if you look at the device from the bottom the pin out goes 1) x-axis output
3) y-axis output
4) gnd Pin 4 is the pin closest to the 2 mounting tabs found on one side of the device. When connected to an Arduino, you can expect a range of about 128 to 775 on each axis. The rubber thumb pad is...