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Switches, keypads and joysticks sent to Coventry

22nd September 2019
Mick Elliott

The Engineering Design Show in Coventry (October 16-17) will be used by EAO to showcase is latest HMI switches, CANbus keypads and rotary controllers. Visitors will also see CAN bus LCD displays, encoders and rotary switches from Grayhill and collong fans, stepper motors and drivers from Sanyo Denki.

A feature of the stand this year is EAO’s new Series 09 range of CAN bus keypads and rotary cursor controller joysticks. The new products are specifically designed for ‘functional safety’ and feature interchangeable ISO 7000 legends and programmable RGB hallo illumination.

Visitors will also be able to examine samples of the new, compact Series 61 Emergency Stop switches especially designed for use in harsh environments and see the latest introductions in the popular Series 45 range of IP69K jet-wash-proof metal or plastic bodied industrial switches.

EAO will again be hosting products from SanyoDenki.

Technical specialists will be on hand to show visitors how EAO can perform accurate airflow tests to determine the optimum cooling fan for a particular design. Engineers designing products for demanding environments will be able to see Sanyo Denki’s IP rated waterproof and long-life fans and the company’s extensive range of high airflow axial fans, which range from 36mm up to 200mm frame sizes

EAO’s application specialists will demonstrate Grayhill’s ruggedised 5-, 7- and 10.4in. LCD displays and also the company’s innovative Touch Encoder, an intuitive unit that integrates a LCD touch screen and a rotary encoder within a stylish, IP67 panel-mounted unit. The Touch Encoder is able to replace a plethora of pushbuttons, keypads and rotary switches on a control panel.

The software development kit that complements the Grayhill Touch Encoder features numerous built-in widgets and graphics which users are able to customise for their application via an app.

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