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Push2D v2.2 $15.45US $12.36US
excl. sales tax

This is the classic joystick. Use it to tweak, tweak and tweak those sounds. Performance oriented. 5 mm ( 0.2 inch) range, spring-loaded (ie. will return to the middle position when not touched). See this videoclip for a demo !

Application examples

  1. Make a huge joystick (see also this detail) out of it and hang it from the ceiling. See how it's used in this video.
  2. Create a fancy control panel by combining Push sensors (Push, Push3D), Reach sensors (Reach, ReachClose), Slide sensors (eg. Slide-50, Slide-200, Slide-500, SlideRound, SlideWide), Touch sensors (Touch, TouchMicro-05 TouchMicro-10, TouchMini, TouchMiniOn, TouchStrip) and Turn sensors to name a few.

Technical specifications

Product Push2D sensor
Version 2.1 (September 2014)
Sensing parameter contact position
Sensing method linear resistive potentiometer
Range 5 mm ( 0.2 inch), spring-loaded
Output resistance 48 Ohm (at -5 mm and 100 mm) to 0.9 KOhm (at +5 mm)
Calibration (output 1 or output 2)
mm inch Voltage (use 5 V power supply) 7-bit MIDI value (use 'no processing' editor preset)
-5 -0.2 0.00 0
0 0 2.52 64
+5 +0.2 5.00 127
Power supply 1.0 to 10 V DC, 5 mA at 5 V
Sensor dimensions 28 x 21 x 23 mm (1.1 x 0.83 x 0.91 inch), with 6.8 x 1.9 x 1.2 mm (0.27 x 0.075 x 0.047 inch) stick
Weight 25 g (0.88 oz), incl. cable
Cable 1.0 m (39 inch), shielded, red wire = power, black wire = ground, white and grey wires = sensor output, maximum extension 30 m (98 ft)
Connector male plug with 4 pins in a two rows spaced 2.54 mm (0.100 inch)
Software support

  1. 09 Dec 2014: SensorX v1.00 for MacOS and Windows (64bit, contact us for the 32bit version) from source code in Max. For multiple sensors or sensor outputs, run multiple instances of the application, each started in its own folder. Use together with Connect (MacOS / Windows).

Application notes

  1. Output 1 is the X direction (left or right, if the Push2D is in front of you, with the knob facing up with the cable pointing towards you) and output 2 is the Y direction (away from you or towards you).

This page was updated on Saturday 04 February 2017.
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