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    Vincent THUNOT

    Hi,

    As AXIS mentionned it, the new one is the AXIS TU9002

    If you want to test another one, the Hanwha SPC-2001 is a good choice too (great compatibility with Nx)

    Regards,

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    Norsalha Mahamud

    Hi Vincent,

    Thank you for the fast response. 

     So it confirmed AXIS TU9002 is supported by Nx Witness?

    Thank you for the suggestion, we will try it out.

    Regards,

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    Vincent THUNOT

    The reference TU9002 is not referenced in https://nxvms.com/ipvd so maybe it's ok maybe not.

    But for example the SPC-2001 is not referenced too but I tested it and it's ok.

    Due to the collaboration between Hanwha Vision (Wave) and Network Optix, I suggest you to go with the Hanwha joystick.

    Regards,

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    Norsalha Mahamud

    Well noted. Thank you

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    Norman - Nx Support

    Hi Norsalha Mahamud,

    The listed models, are the tested and verified models. Other models haven't been tested or verified. 
    However, we have implemented a universal joystick control mechanism, which means you can add almost any USB joystick to the system.
     
    Please check THIS part of the in-client manual for the applicable information about the use of joysticks within Nx Witness.

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    Johan Dekker

    Only problem with the SPC-2001 is that in NX it only showing 6 buttons, in the manual you see 12 buttons for the SPC-2000. Also universal joysticks only shows 6 buttons. Wil this be fixt in the future ?. Really need 12 buttons for our projects.

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    Norman - Nx Support

    Hi Johan Dekker,

    Please submit this suggestion to the Feature Feedback section, so our product team can take this into consideration for future releases.

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