Freiprogrammierbare Tastatur 30T-ES
Programmable keyboard 30T-ES

Programmable keyboard 30T-ES

made of stainless steel

Features

  • predestined for public surroundings (vandalism risk), industrial extreme surroundings
  • all electronic components and mechanical guides are protected against dust and water spray - IP 65
  • high operating comfort
  • all keys totally and freely programmable
  • this keyboard can be programmed with data strings up to 16 / 32 digits
  • programmable at 2 levels (double occupancy of every button with shift)
  • key symbols are done by laser etching
  • completely in stainless steel construction 1.4301 (buttons, enclosure with 1,6 mm strength)
  • almost resistant to violence
  • as table version available
  • connection options: USB; PS/2; matrix and customized

 

Technische Beschreibung

A vandal-proof stainless steel keyboard with 30 keys. The keys are labeled using the laser process, so all keys are fully programmable and many individual layouts are possible. Available as a built-in version, but also with a stainless steel front plate or in an elegant and robust housing. All of our solutions are specially designed for harsh environmental conditions and industrial applications. We guarantee raw robustness and special durability. Our solid workmanship and high quality are underlined by waterproof variants (protection class IP65).

All of our keycaps are ergonomically shaped so that the fingers come to rest on the middle of the keys. Furthermore, our long-stroke versions enable precise pressure behavior and very precise tactile feedback. This pleasant keystroke on all of our mechanical keyboards and the comfortable and quiet stops enable fatigue-free working, even under difficult temperature conditions (0… 60 ° C).

 

Variants

Freely programmable plastic keyboard DS24TW HL

Freely designable and programmable keypads of the W series

 

Related Links

Stainless steel (Wikipedia explanation)

Vandal resistant switch (Wikipedia explanation)

Explanation of the IP Code (Wikipedia)

Keyboard layout (Wikipedia explanation)

 

Contact

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