Heavy duty joystick J4F with joystick grip for functional safety

Heavy duty joystick J4F

With safety electronics, top mounted.


The robustly designed Heavy duty joystick J4F, with safety electronics, has been developed and certified in accordance with machinery directive DIN ISO 13849-1:2008 PL d and in accordance with DIN EN IEC 61508:2010 SIL 2.



Product characteristics:

  • SIL 2 / PL d compliance with latest machinery directive
  • Eliminates the need for additional documentation by eliminating the risk and failure probability calculations
  • IP67 protection class
  • The robust joystick CAN module is ideal for use outside thanks to its IP67 protection class
  • Direct mounting of electronics module onto joystick ensures minimum space requirement
  • Simple installation and screw connection from above
  • High reliability and long service life thanks to contactless reed and Hall-effect technology
  • Handle available with micro push button switches for use outside of the cabin
  • Modular construction of the handle enables application-specific modification
  • Ergonomic handle shape ensures fatigue-free operation
J4F...... Product inquiry
technology contactless Hall technology
deflection +/-20
Operation no detent
temperature range -25C +85C
storage temperature -40C+85C
protection class electronics IP67
connection Deutsch DT04 - 6P
operating voltage 9...32 V DC
current consumption max. 400 mA
EMC standards DIN EN 13309, DIN EN ISO 14982, ISO 13766
CAN ISO 11898, CAN specification 2.0B
terminating resistor no
Protocol CAN J1939
baudrate 250 kBit/s
Functional safety thumbwheel and axis: SIL 2 (EN 61508:2010), PLd, Cat.3 (EN ISO 13849-1:2008)
Functional safety button: SIL 1 (EN 61508:2010), PLc, Cat.2 (EN ISO 13849-1:2008)
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