When a Non-Tactile Membrane Switch Makes Sense

Aug 06
When a Non-Tactile Membrane Switch Makes Sense A non-tactile membrane switch is a switch that lacks snap or tactility when pressed or actuated. Non-tactile membrane switches are constructed of copper flex circuity using polyimide Kapton as the base material. Copper flex keypad switches are manufactured by laminating a thin sheet of copper

Benefits of Using Copper Flex Circuitry

Aug 03
The Benefits of Using Copper Flex Circuity vs. Printed Silver CSI Keyboards uses copper flex circuitry in the majority of our custom keypad designs due to its excellent dielectric strength, thermal stability, chemical resistance and flexibility. Copper flex, also known as Kapton circuits, have become the superior choice over printed silver especially

Membrane Keypads vs. Mechanical Switches

Jul 21
Mechanical Switches vs Membrane Keypads Keypads can generally be broken down into one of two different categories: membrane keypads and mechanical keypads. While their primary purpose is the same they are completely different solutions.So what’s the difference?The main difference between mechanical and membrane keypads is the overall construction. Membrane keypads

Epoxy Key Top Coating for Rubber Keypads

Jun 23
Epoxy Key Tops for Rubber Keypads Epoxy key top coating is a protective clear epoxy resin coating applied to only the silicone rubber key tops. This thick coating gives keys a hard plastic feel and glossy appearance. Epoxy coating can extend the longevity of key top artwork as it has

How Do I Get Started?

Jun 09
How Do I Get Started? Wondering where to start and how to get the ball rolling on your membrane switch project? CSI just needs to collect a few details on your product and design. Once we obtain some basic information on your design, we can begin the quoting and proposal process.Please
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