Rugged industrial mouse

IM1013 rugged industrial mouse is suitable for a range of uses, including machine control, process control, and factory floors. Device detects a finger optically for quick and accurate posi-tioning of the cursor.

10/04/2004



IM1013 rugged industrial mouse is suitable for a range of uses, including machine control, process control, and factory floors. Device detects a finger optically for quick and accurate posi-tioning of the cursor. It features separate left and right buttons with audio feedback. Damaged surfaces will not affect the life or operation of the mouse. Polycarbonate surface protects the electronics with no seals or rubber glands to wear out or crack; its relatively planar top surface is easy to wash off. Because the mouse operates optically, the touch surface allows use of gloves or one, two, or three fingers to position the cursor. Touch surface measures 3 x 3.75 in. and can be ordered in custom colors or with special text keys at no additional charge.

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Electronic Keyboards Inc.





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