Keyboards can be supplied on request in silicone rubber - with or without inserts in conductive rubber -
to be used on rigid printed circuit or on the polyester membrane.
The silicone rubber is one of the most stable elastomers with excellent resistance to temperature and aging;
it doesn't deform with compression and it is chemically inert, and immune to corrosion and decay.
It also has excellent resistance to alkalis, oils and acids.
The silicone rubber is an electronically insulating material that, by the addition of conductive carbon
particles, becomes conductive.
Silicone rubber keyboards can be made in:
The development of electronics has seen increasing demand for silicone rubber keypads with excellent
durability and tactile properties, low cost and with a wide range of applications.