OEMs, S.I.’s, Going Global? Use an Industrial Keyboard with a country specific language!

STRATFORD, CONNECTICUT, February 15, 2011 - CTI Electronics enables its line of rugged industrial KIO6000 and KIO7000 keyboards with country specific languages.
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Feb. 15, 2011 - PRLog -- These NEMA 4 (IP66)  industrial keyboards include an integrated mouse (Orbital Mouse®).  Languages  available include US English (QWERTY), Spanish (QWERTY), German (QWERTZ),  French (AZERTY), Portuguese(QWERTY), UK English (QWERTY),  and Italian (QWERTY); other languages are  available upon request.
Original Equipment Manufacturers will reduce design costs  by standardizing on one of two industrial keyboard series.  The OEM KIO6800  Series (http://www.ctielectronics.com/pdf/KIO6000-Series-Key-Symbol-Quick-Reference-Guide.pdf) (4.46" x 8.00" x 0.51") has a patented imbedded numeric keypad in the  non-backlit offering or a fully backlit offering.  Or, the OEM KIO7800  Series (http://www.ctielectronics.com/pdf/KIO7000-Series-Key-Symbol-Quick-Reference-Guide.pdf) (4.456" x 11.625" x 0.53") which offers a numeric keypad in  both the illuminated and non-illuminated models. Both Series offer 8 levels of  cursor speed adjustment and 10 levels of illumination (LED backlit models).
Systems Integrators  will offer faster time to market products with an industrial keyboard having  the same look and feel, yet a different language.  Those products can easily be packaged with a  Portuguese industrial keyboard that’s going to Brazil or a German  industrial keyboard headed to Germany,  and yet another Spanish industrial keyboard shipping to Spain. The  Plug-n-Play KIO6000 Series (6.13" x 8.70" x  1.33") or KIO7000 Series (6.13" x 12.33" x 1.32") are  offered in a watertight rugged enclosure, aluminum or stainless steel. 
Long-term  durability, 10+ million cycles, of these keyboards is achieved with the use of hard  gold plated terminals/contacts. Its molded silicone rubber is Syn-Proof™ coated  to protect against harsh chemicals, bacteria, or synthetic oils.  The 2 mm travel of the keys offer excellent  tactile feel.  PS/2 and USB interfaces  are compatible with standard computer hardware and operating systems, and no  special drivers or calibration is required.   And the Orbital Mouse® guarantees "no drift" for the life of the keyboard.
Innovative  design allows for quick interchangeability  with the reliability of a world class industrial keyboard.  Open new doors to international sales opportunities utilizing  CTI’s rapid prototyping capability and fast time-to-market delivery.
Usage includes Unmanned Aerial  Vehicle Control Systems, On-Road Transportation Vehicles, Rugged Military  Laptops, Off-Road Heavy Equipment, Outdoor Test Equipment, Medical Operating  Rooms, CNC Machines, Marine Vessel Control Panels, Scientific Laboratories,  Medical Nursing Stations, Military Systems, Food Processing Stations,  Pharmacies, etc.
When  reliability is critical call (203) 386-9779 or visit us at www.ctielectronics.com (http://www.ctielectronics.com/) .
Designed  and Manufactured in the U.S.A.,  quantity OEM pricing $140-$180 USD.
Author:  Paul Krischlunas, sales@ctielectronics.com

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CTI Electronics Corporation is a privately held Connecticut Corporation, founded in 1986 by CTI Industries Inc. CTI's focus is on being the premier supplier of operator input devices for the industrial, medical, military, off-road and aerospace markets. These operator input devices include a complete family of industrial joysticks, Industrial Mouse™ pointers and industrial keyboards; all which are designed to be the most reliable and durable in that market place.
Source:Paul Krischlunas
Tags:Industrial Mouse, Industrial Keyboard, Induatrial Joystics, USB Joysticks
Industry:Business, Consumer, Electronics
Location:Stratford - Connecticut - United States
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