Industrial keyboards & pointing devices

Stainless Steel keyboards

Stainless steel keyboards are the first choice if you require rugged input components and systems.

With a high impact resistance level, they withstand the toughest operating conditions. Stainless steel is also very attractive as a material. Despite the material’s robustness, there are hardly any restrictions on individual designs.

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stainless steel keyboards for industrial use

Foil-Covered Keyboards

Foil-covered keyboards are the most widely used input elements in device and apparatus construction.

Whether they have a narrow operating area with two keys or are a complete user interface with a large number of keys and additional elements, their robust design, flat insertion depth and the large degree of freedom in terms of their shape continue to make them customers’ first choice.

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Silicone Keyboards

Silicone pads are less expensive for mass production purposes in comparison to other keyboard technologies. They are reliable and offer almost unlimited opportunities for designs.

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Glass Keyboards

Capacitive keyboards and buttons use individual sensors, which develop electrical fields and act like a capacitor plate. This field penetrates a large number of materials; the most commonly used is glass.

If the user touches the field, the capacity changes and triggers a signal. It is possible to integrate a capacitive touch-pad, in addition to the pure buttons.

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