Series IV USB Joysticks are ideal for professional PC training and simulation.
Vista, California - CH Products is proud to announce the company's HFX Series IV USB Joysticks will be used to demonstrate Simlog's professional Hydraulic Excavator at IFPE 2011. Visitors to CH Products' booth # S-14743 will have the opportunity to virtually control a hydraulic excavator with the aid of two Series IV USB joysticks.
The HFX Series IV joystick is a heavy-duty, Hall effect controller designed for use in high operating force, hand-operated applications. Available with several high-function handles and in single, dual or triple axis configurations, HFX Series IV joysticks are custom configured to meet the exacting requirements of construction vehicle and PC-based simulation applications.
Available with USB 1.1 HID compliant interface, the HFX Series IV USB joysticks integrate seamlessly with any software application supporting USB joystick inputs via Microsoft DirectX. No device driver or manufacture's specific SDK is required, the HFX Series IV USB joystick is recognized as a standard HID "game controller" device.
Simlog's Hydraulic Excavator is a professional PC-based training tool and puts users in the virtual cabin of a modern hydraulic excavator. A total of 12 simulation modules are provided of increasing difficulty, beginning with basic operation of the boom and carrier and ending with trenching and truck loading. The Hydraulic Excavator simulator features Simlog's unique "dynamic terrain modeling" technology and users are able to switch between "SAE" and "Backhoe-Loader" joystick patterns.
Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, March 22-26, 2011, IFPE is the leading international exposition and technical conference dedicated to the integration of fluid power with other technologies for power transmission and motion control applications. Held every three years, the exposition showcases the newest innovations and expertise.
About CH Products
CH Products has been a leading manufacturer of advanced motion control solutions for more than twenty-five years. CH manufactures a wide range of resistive and Hall Effect joysticks as well as panel mount and desktop trackballs, engineered to meet the most exacting requirements. CH Products is located in Vista, California, where the company operates an 80,000 sq. foot vertically integrated manufacturing facility. CH Products is a member of the APEM group.
Simlog was founded in 1999 to commercialize training simulation technology developed at CRIM, one of Canada's leading research institutes in information technologies. To date, Simlog has sold hundreds of Personal Simulators to customers in 47 countries all
around the world.
For more information about CH Products and its broad line of products, please visit the website at www.chproducts.com/, or contact (760) 598-2518.
Contact: Mark Petersen