Haptic console switch

  • 28-Feb-2011 09:15 EST


Daesung’s Lumino haptic console switch controls integrated functions such as navigation and audio easily by providing dual input/output feedback (LED light, sight/tactile, touch). Different tactile feelings can be applied for different functions with the eight-way joystick mechanism, and the tactile feeling is easy to change. The device has a 6 to 8 V operating range and a baud rate of 38,400 bps with an RS232 interface.

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