The company uses its own PCB-mounted Series 70 switches instead of ordinary metal dome membrane switches in its custom-built interfaces. The switches have a reactive click that is easy for the user to feel and hear, making them more comfortable to use. They are reliable, too, offering up to 5 million operations. They have an LED illumination in a variety of colors, and white LED illumination behind removable color insertion strips is also available, making it easy for customers to customize their model. They are designed for instrumentation, machine tools, and other applications. EAO Switch Corp.http://rbi.ims.ca/4928-600
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