Handheld Pointing Device has near-waterproof design.

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Built to withstand harsh or wet environments, M20U1-N54 Series features one extra-large button that lets operator perform all mouse functions - even while wearing gloves - and Industrial Mouse(TM) joystick. Low-profile N54 joystick knob is sealed in NEMA 4X (IP66) stainless steel enclosure, complete with gasket-sealed bottom plate and rubber feet. Sized to accommodate limited-space applications, pointer is also offered with bulkhead waterproof cable assembly.

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Rugged Meets Convenient: Single Button Handheld Pointing Device

When limited space is a problem, CTI's M20U1-N54 Series hand held pointing device is the solution. These NEMA 4X (IP66) sealed pointers feature a single extra-large button in combination with CTI's rugged Industrial Mouse(TM) joystick, making it ideal for industrial conditions.

The low-profile N54 joystick knob is sealed in a NEMA 4X (IP66) stainless steel enclosure, complete with gasket sealed bottom plate and rubber feet. Its near-waterproof design makes it the perfect solution for harsh or wet environments requiring rugged computer mouse pointers.

The M20U1-N54 has all the features of the Industrial Mouse(TM) family, and its extra large sealed button allows the operator to conveniently perform all mouse functions; even while wearing gloves. A choice from nine different joystick knobs allows for unlimited possibilities to suit your application's unique needs. (Optionally available configured as a USB FlightStick, a.k.a. sidewinder joystick.)

In addition, an optional bulkhead waterproof cable assembly is available for simple installation of the cable through metal cabinets. CTI also offers an anodized aluminum M2000 holder for convenient storage of the M20U1-N54 series Industrial Mouse(TM) pointer, which has holes for simple screw mounting alongside any machine or cabinet.

For more information on CTI's industrial products, please visit www.ctielectronics.com or e-mail sales@ctielectronics.com

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