Keyboards, keypads debut at EDS 2017

5th September 2017
Posted By : Mick Elliott
Keyboards, keypads debut at EDS 2017

A number of key product ranges will be premiered by Foremost Electronics at EDS 2017 in the Ricoh Arena, Coventry (October 18-19). Storm Interface manufactures heavy duty keypads, keyboards and custom computer interface devices for unattended public and industrial access applications.

These include “Assistive Technology Products” widely used by kiosk manufacturers and self service operators to ensure access to information and services for those with sensory or mobility impairment.

Icotek supply smart cable management systems for electric cables, pneumatic and hydraulic hoses and optical fibre with features including split cable entry frames and glands, IP68 mounting plates and EMC cable shielding systems.

Blore Edwards manufacture high quality potentiometers and switches for markets including Mil-spec, pro-audio, test and calibration equipment and have the capability to combine both product types to make configured custom variants.

Fibox is the industry leader in developing both new products and new technologies for moulding thermoplastic enclosures.

The FIBOX enclosure range features over 500 different standard enclosures made of polycarbonate, ABS, polyester fibre-glass and aluminium. Foremost can offer custom printing and cut-out options on Fibox products.

Other product ranges available from Foremost include pushbutton and rotary switches, circular connectors, 19in cabinets and electronic equipment enclosures, keypads, joysticks and handles.


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