Membrane switches for harsh environments - Fabrico, A Div. of EIS

March 25, 2010
Line of membrane switches, suitable for harsh environments and demanding applications include tactile, integral LEDs, Duraswitch, rubber keypads, and metal dome arrays.
Line of membrane switches, suitable for harsh environments and demanding applications include tactile, integral LEDs, Duraswitch, rubber keypads, and metal dome arrays.Features of each version include: tactile — positive feedback and tested for 2  million actuations; integral LEDs — embossed LED window or flat overlay; Duraswitch — three thin-membrane switches: Pushgate, Thincoder rotor, and Magnamouse; rubber keypads — conductive or nonconductive elastomer contacts; and metal-dome arrays — come in multiple dome diameters either as part of a switch assembly on a PCB or individually.Fabrico, A Div. of EIS, 4175 Royal Dr., Suite 800, Kennesaw, GA 30144, (800) 351-8273, www.fabrico.com

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