50pcs in a polybag
300pcs in a carton
Carton Size: 40x35x30cm
A membrane switch is a printed electronic circuit that uses pressure to open and close a circuit. The membrane switch circuitry is most often screen printed using conductive inks, which are typically made of silver, carbon, and/or graphite.
Membrane switches are part of a range of devices considered to be user interfaces (also called operator interfaces, or man-machine interfaces) along with display-based touch screens, and mechanical switches such as push-button, toggle, rocker, and slide switches. The ultimate purpose of a membrane switch is to serve as the interface between man and machine, enabling an operator to communicate with a piece of equipment, instrument, or machinery.
Membrane switches can be manufactured with non-tactile switches, which activate with 4 – 8 oz of touch pressure. Non-tactile switches are less expensive and provide the longest switch life. Tactile switches have a snap-action feel and may also be incorporated into a membrane switch, enhancing tactile feedback, but with a greater cost and lower switch life.
Spercifications for Meiborui Products
Gloss / Clear, Matte/Texture, Fine, Velvet
For a tactile response and indicate the location of switches 1. Tactile Keys: metal domes or poly domes 2. Non-tactile keys: flat button, printed silver spot on the circuit
LED, metal dome, diode, connector and circuit...
All these can be designed and made according to customer requirements.
3M 468/467/9080/55260/9448/9672/9495/4920/4930/5604/9731 Nikto 8019/8029/8209/89525 Lohmann 9702 Tesa 4967