ClickTouch America

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For the technical guide: ClickTouchTechnicalSpecs_en.pdf
For the corporate brochure: Clicktouch america brochure_en.pdf

 

Technical specifications relative to our keypads.

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In keeping with our ClickTouch Technology, these are the typical* specifications of our membrane keypads:


ELECTRICAL
Contact Resistance (0.039”, 1mm width) 1.25 Ohms/in (0.5 Ohms/cm) Recommended key detection resistance ≦ 4.7 kOhms
Contact Bounce <10 ms
Insulation Resistance 100 MOhms
Capacitance < 20 pF between 2 traces
Switchable Power 300 mW maximum (max 30 V; max 30 mA) Recommended min current of 1mA
ENVIRONMENTAL
Storage temperature - 40°F to +176°F (-40°C to +80°C)
Operating temperature - 40°F to +153°F (-40°C to +67°C)
Sealing Up to NEMA 4X (IP67)
Chemical resistance Excellent resistance to most common materials: ethanol, alkali (50% caustic soda),
battery acid (30% sulphuric acid), methanol, hydrochloric acid (3N), citric acid (1N), antifreeze, insecticide, cola, disinfectant,
motor oil, detergent…
MECHANICAL
Key Design (diameter) 0.236” to 1.378” (6mm to 35mm)
Key Travel (distance) 0.031” to 0.079” (0.8mm to 2.0mm)
Key actuating pressure 1N to 6N (100g to 600g) (3.6oz to 21oz)
Switching life Up to 5 million actuations.
Connector pitch 0.100”, 0.050” or 0.039” (2.54mm, 1.27mm or 1.00mm). Custom pitches also available.*
Typical switch thickness 0.014” to 0.079” (0.35mm to 2.00mm)
 
   (*) The keypad specifications can vary according to the client’s application.
   For further information, please contact our technical support department.
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