MiniJoyC HAT is an expansion base designed for the M5StickC/C-Plus, serving as a joystick controller. It features an XY axis joystick and a button function, providing intuitive control capabilities. The HAT incorporates an I2C HY2.0 standard interface, enabling easy expansion with other components and modules.
Equipped with a 200mAh lithium polymer battery and an SK6812 RGB LED, MiniJoyC HAT offers added functionality and visual feedback. It is a versatile tool suitable for various applications, such as remote control of drones, trolleys, and robot joints.
By utilizing the MiniJoyC HAT with M5StickC/C-Plus, users can effortlessly navigate and control their devices with precision and convenience. Its compact design and compatibility with the M5StickC/C-Plus make it an ideal choice for enhancing the functionality and interactivity of electronic projects.
- The maximum angle of the joystick in all directions is 23°
- The total resistance is 10KΩ
- Center button
- SK6812 programmable RGB LED
- 200mAh battery
- HY2.0-4P interface
- 1x MiniJoyC HAT
- 1x lanyard
- 1x 2.0mm hex key
- 2x M2*8mm screws (cup head, self-tapping)
- Drone remote control
- Robotic joint control
- Light conditioner
- Remote control of the trolley
|Maximum angle of the joystick in all directions||23° max in all directions|
|Product Size||81.05mm × 36mm × 24mm|
|Package Size||101mm × 27mm × 22mm|
LEARN AND DOCUMENTS
As someone new to M5StickC I guess I thought it would be easier to learn. However, I don’t have a clue what to do with it; it’s also disappointing I can’t use it with a Chromebook. It’s a really cool looking piece of tech but, I don’t really have the time track down tutorials to figure it out. It would be nice if there were more step by step guides on your site.
Very nicely done addition to the zoo. I am using it for a model railroad controller. Good stuff!