In off-highway applications like road grading, harvesting crops, and lifting a load with a crane,
an open line of sight is fundamental to getting the job done right — and done safely. Joystick steering is an option that can significantly improve operator sightlines in machine cabs.
Superior machine controllability
To improve operator sightlines and precision, joystick steering has increasingly become a popular preference. Giving them a more comfortable cab experience. Danfoss continues to lead the way with advanced, electrohydraulic joystick steering solutions. These offer design flexibility for you, and superior machine controllability and performance for your customers.
By removing the steering column, your cab design flexibility is limitless. You can incorporate a single joystick for steering or implement two used for steering and multiple work functions. This allows operators to completely utilize the machine with their hands and wrists. This simplifies operation, decreases fatigue, improves visibility and gives them better control of their machine.
At Danfoss Application Development Centers, we can work with you to design, test and implement the right joystick steering solution for your machines. Our JS1-H family of heavy-duty joysticks includes a wide portfolio of ergonomically designed, modular components. These are fully compliant with the PLUS+1® toolbox. PLUS+1® compliance gives you simple.
All-wheel steeringAll-wheel steering is one example of how Danfoss is at the forefront of machine versatility. This helps customers getting the most out of their equipment. Electrohydraulic steering system enables operators to manually adjust the steering mode, allowing them to best match machine performance to the task at hand.
Danfoss expands line of modern, durable displays with 10- and 12-inch optionsWednesday, October 9, 2019We are adding larger screen options to our new family of displays designed to bring modern features and extreme durability to the mobile off-highway cab experience. The DM1000 (with a 10-inch display) and the DM1200 (with a 12-inch display) series displays join the DM430E series display, adding new high-end features to the DM display line.
Danfoss acquires Hydraulik Nord Fluidtechnik to further invest in the steering of tomorrowWednesday, December 19, 2018Today, Danfoss has signed an agreement to acquire privately held Hydraulik Nord Fluidtechnik, a well-established supplier of hydraulic steering solutions based in Parchim in Germany.