Joystick Module


Part # JYSTK-GM-299

This Joystick Module can measure position coordinates on the X and Y axis by moving the "hat". It also contains a switch that is press-able by pushing the "hat" down. Similar to what is used in the XBOX controller.

3.3V
1
BTN
3
AIN_Y
5
 
7
 
9
2
 
4
AIN_X
6
 
8
 
10
GND
Required Socket Type A
5V Tolerant
Power Consumption <1 @ 3.3 V, 0 @ 5 V mA
Dimensions 37 x 32 x 36.7 mm
Weight 16 g
Resource Description
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