Computer Hardware & Peripherals

Contact-less Trackball has ruggedized, ergonomic design.

July 3, 2012

Supplied in ABS polycarbonate enclosure and fully sealed to NEMA 4X specifications, DP-TB-50(TM) employs laser tracking engine for accurate cursor motion at all speeds. Solid state sensing ensures continuous operation even in challenging conditions, while removable top ring facilitates cleaning/maintenance. Suited for demanding cursor control in industrial, military, and medical applications, 50 mm trackball features phenolic resin ball and shielded cable. Read More

Computer Hardware & Peripherals

Membrane Keyboard suits industrial control applications.

October 6, 2008

With combination of embossed membrane and short travel keyswitches, KFM-106TP rugged membrane keyboard minimizes risk of damage while providing positive tactile typing feel to users. It includes function keys and numeric pad, along with integrated trackball, and operates in 0-50°C temperatures. Membrane membrane is impervious to petroleum, hydraulic fluid, and other similar chemicals found in industrial environments. KFM-106TP is sealed to IP65 and NEMA4. Read More

Computer Hardware & Peripherals

Trackballs feature NEMA 4X protection.

October 5, 2004

Desktop TB-DT and panel-mount TB-PM offer solid-state optical trackball technology in completely sealed and waterproof enclosures. They feature 38 mm trackballs that sit inside polycarbonate housings within stainless steel cases or bezels. Trackballs are removable for cleaning, while adjustable tension ring ensures proper amount of trackball smoothness. ESD-safe and available with PS/2 or USB cables, units include sealed, stainless steel switches. Read More

Computer Hardware & Peripherals

Trackball replaces navigation keys on mobile phones.

January 12, 2004

Miniature Trackball 360° scanning and select switch features 8 mm dia. ball housed in 12 x 12 x 9.1 mm unit. Two built-in LEDs provide electrically independent 2-color illumination. Trackball scanning switch can be set to deliver 8-24 pulses per ball rotation and can achieve 2.4-7.2 mil cycles with 300,000 full rotations. It gives selecting force of 2.2 N (±25%), scanning force of 0.35 N (±0.1 N), and consumes no current. Switching power of 0.2 VA max is required. Read More

Computer Hardware & Peripherals

Trackballs are environmentally protected.

October 1, 2002

Models TBS225 and TBS200 have 2.25 and 2.00 in. ball diameters, respectively. They are enclosed and mount directly to underside of console. Trackballs employ Teflon® ball seals that prevent liquids, gels, and dust that come in contact with ball from entering unit. Model TBP138 offers snap-in front panel mount. It has small open design that is suitable for applications requiring portability and small size. Read More

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Trackballs are optimized for harsh environments.

February 20, 2002

Designed to be built into control panels, MOUSE-TRAK(R) industrial trackballs have glass filled Xenoy(TM) thermoplastic case and high density ball with low rolling force. Shafts and bearings are stainless steel. Two-button or no-button models are available with external connection for 3 user supplied buttons. Trackballs interoperate with standard mouse-drivers, so no driver installation is required. Read More

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