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High-reliability switches and keycaps for broadcast applications prevent contamination

02 Aug 2012

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A range of sample kits of high-reliability switches and keycaps primarily aimed at broadcast applications and manufactured by Veetronix is being offered through Luso Electronics Distribution, the company's exclusive UK and Ireland distributor.

Veetronix manufactures keyboard and panel-mount switches for various markets, including video and audio mixing-desk equipment and in military and government applications.

Among the devices available are '07' and '08' type switches featuring lock-in alignment leads and sealed-reed contacts. The low-profile 08 switches are ideal for rack-mount panels in particular. A variety of keycaps sizes and colors are available for these switches, including solid caps and re-legendable types, with RGB LED illumination also available.

These devices feature a unique hermetically sealed design ensuring that no moving parts touch the contacts, preventing air, dust, moisture or gases from contaminating the switch and, therefore, ensuring reliability.




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