Membrane Switch Sample Features Functional Design Options

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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

A new sample of a fully functioning membrane switch that lets designers see and feel actual graphic and circuit design features to help them select exactly what they want for their own product is being introduced by Nameplates For Industry, Inc. of New Bedford, Massachusetts.
 


The NFi Membrane Switch Sample features actual tactile examples of nearly every type of embossing option available today, typical window types, and popular LED options.  Providing real-life graphic and circuit design options, it includes both a standard 0.10” pitch female connector and a tail for a 1 mm ZIF connector with EMI/RFI & ESD shielding.



Featuring a precision cut oval shape with red, clear, and deadfront window examples, the NFi Membrane Switch Sample includes no emboss, pillow, and dome emboss tactile metal domes, non-tactile no emboss, and tactile poly dome and metal dome Rim- and non-tactile Rim emboss functional switches. This fully functional switch has a clear liner for viewing the circuitry.

 

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