Handheld Pointing Device is suited for medical applications.
Press Release Summary:
Designed for hand-held or limited-space applications, M2000-N24 Series incorporates Industrial Mouse(TM) computer mouse pointer in space-saving, 4.21 x 3.06 x 1.53 in. design with 2.05 in. high joystick. NEMA 4X (IP66)-sealed construction withstands harsh or wet environments, and 3 sealed switches perform all mouse functions. Optional backlighting is available for low-light situations, and anodized aluminum M2000 holder is available for storage.
Original Press Release:
The Ideal Handheld Pointing Device for Medical Applications
The M2000-N24 Series features CTI's original Industrial Mouse(TM) computer mouse pointer in a space-saving design. This pointer is NEMA 4X (IP66) sealed and features a white joystick and boot.
Designed for hand held or limited space applications and offering near-waterproof sealing, this pointing device is the perfect solution for harsh or wet environments. The three sealed switches perform all mouse functions, and backlighting is an option for low-light situations.
An anodized aluminum M2000 holder is available for convenient storage, with holes for simple screw mounting alongside any machine or cabinet. To maintain a clean appearance in medical environments, the holder is also offered in white.
CTI Electronics Corporation has been a leading global supplier of rugged, industrial grade, standard and custom Human-Machine Interface solutions for over 23 years. CTI offers a product line of high quality, standard and custom Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs) such as industrial keyboards, industrial input devices (the original LightStick®, Industrial Mouse(TM), FlightStick®, ArrowMouse(TM), and OrbitalMouse®), industrial joysticks, and industrial trackballs. These industrial computer input devices are produced for both OEM and End User applications.
Contact CTI Electronics for more information on our industrial keyboards, industrial joysticks, industrial trackballs, industrial mouse pointers, and custom designed Human-Machine Interfaces.
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