When we describe multi-axis joysticks, we mean that there are two different separate axes that we often refer to as X and Y axis. In some cases, it is only possible to use one axis at a time, or you choose a solution where both axes give an output signal at the same time.
Our joysticks are available in different dimensions and functions, when we describe multi-axis we mean a joystick that works with both the X and Y axis. Either it goes in a cross track so that it is only possible to use one axis at a time, or both X and Y go at the same time to be able to use, for example, the function right and forward at the same time where the customer decides the "size" of the output signal per axis. A multi-axis joystick can be in different forms or functions, the most common is that it starts from a middle position and can then move towards two different end positions per axis, a total of 4 different end positions. Most common is 5V supply where the output signal is 10-90% or 0.5 to 4.5V with hall effect sensors.
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