Touch buttons solve ergonomic and safety problems
Zero-Force touch button line of operator interface devices help alleviate concerns about ergonomics and safety in highly repetitive applications.
Zero-Force touch button line of operator interface devices help alleviate concerns about ergonomics and safety in highly repetitive applications. The button is the first operator interface device to incorporate field effect sensing with microprocessor technology. The ergonomic design helps prevent carpal tunnel syndrome by eliminating the need to rotate hands or use a single finger to operate a touch button.
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