iKey AK-39 keyboard

Monday, 22 March, 2010 | Supplied by: Interworld Electronics and Computer Industries

iKey’s rugged AK-39 keyboard is designed to be worn on the arm and provides compact data-input that does not restrict arm movements.

Constructed from high-impact ABS plastic and industrial silicon rubber, the board is designed to meet MIL-461 standards and is intended for use in very harsh electromagnetic interference environments.

The keys have a life expectance of 10 million cycles, require an actuation force of about 350 g and provide tactile feedback with a mechanical snap.

The small footprint features essential components for military and public safety applications, including an integrated force sensing resistor pointing device with left-and right-click functionality and adjustable green LED backlighting that is also available in a night vision compatible configuration.

Designed with gloved users in mind, the snap-on faceplate eliminates accidental key strokes and ca be removed to clean the pad.

Online: www.ieci.com.au
Phone: 03 9593 7555
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