Capacitive Keyboards

APEM develops and produces capacitive keyboards. These keyboards meet the requirements of industrial and professional markets as well as the trends of the consumer market:

  • Modern, attractive and smooth interface
  • Easy to clean
  • Very robust
  • No mechanical wear
  • Water sealed and immune to waves

Made of polycarbonate or glass filled materials, these keypads meet the strict requirements of critical applications including shock resistance.

 

Description

APEM develops and produces capacitive keyboards. These keyboards meet the requirements of industrial and professional markets as well as the trends of the consumer market:

MAIN FEATURES of the Capacitive keyboards:

  • Modern, attractive and smooth interface
  • Easy to clean
  • Very robust
  • No mechanical wear
  • Water sealed and immune to waves

Made of polycarbonate or glass filled materials, these keypads meet the strict requirements of critical applications including shock resistance.

Applications:

Medical, Security and access control, Industry, High-end equipment

Main Features and Customisation:

  1. Based on the capacitive technology, with dedicated electronics
  2. Technology applicable to individual keys, sliders and wheels
  3. Resistant to harsh environments, EMI shielded
  4. Protected against flowing or splashing water
  5. Dedicated electronics, can be combined with communication protocols (CANBus, USB)
  6. Specific interface design, adaptation to customer mechanical constraints

APEM is one of the leading worldwide manufacturers of human-machine interface products.APEM develops, manufactures and sells a wide range of switching products: panel and PCB switches, LED indicators, joysticks and switch panels.

APEM develops and manufactures professional switch products for diversified markets including instrumentation, medical, communications, industrial automation, defence and transport.

Control Devices is the official APEM distributor for Australia and New Zealand. APEM offers a broad selection of quality products with proven effectiveness in harsh environments. From Push buttons, Rockers, Toggles, LED indicators, Emergency Stops to Joysticks and keypads.

APEM develops and manufactures professional switch products for diversified markets including instrumentation, medical, communications, industrial automation, defence and transport. With a vertically integrated production, and controls all stages of product development and production: from tooling, moulding, screw machining to assembly and final inspection.

APEM’s dedication and experienced teams can respond to the most complex requirements. This technical expertise ensures the continuous growth of our product ranges, allowing strong partnerships with our customers and providing the necessary flexibility to create an infinite number of products.

APEM offers a range of more than 50,000 customisable part numbers: colour, marking, finish, shape and dimensions… unlimited combinations are possible. This variety of components allows them to create the unique combination to match your design. Custom colours, specific materials, special backlighting or varied shapes are available upon request. Particular attention is paid to the cosmetic appearances of our products to best match your requirements, from specific markings to brightness illumination for outdoor applications.

By controlling all phases of manufacturing and quality control, APEM products offer the ability to withstand the adverse elements associated with harsh environments, without affecting their life expectancy.

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Capacitive keyboards find applications in the following fields:

1. Medical
2. Security and access control
3. Industry
4. High-end equipment

1. Based on the capacitive technology, with dedicated electronics
2. Technology applicable to individual keys, sliders and wheels
3. Resistant to harsh environments, EMI shielded
4. Protected against flowing or splashing water
5. Dedicated electronics, can be combined with communication protocols (CANBus, USBE)
6. Specific interface design, adaptation to customer mechanical constraints

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