A sealed tactile membrane switch is a reliable, low-cost, proven approach to meet the demanding needs of the medical instrumentation market. It offers advantages with graphics, cleanliness, sealability, shielding, illumination, tactile feedback, and RoHS compliance. It provides the switch function with less weight and space, at a lower cost than most alternatives. As with any user interface technology, it is very important to choose the correct technology for the application.
Connector System for Flexible Circuitry (0.100in./ 2.54mm pitch) Maximum reliability; Low applied cost FEATURES & BENEFITS • Top and bottom cable termination provides four gas-tight, contamination-free contact points to each conductor • Receptacle design features highly-reliable contacts • Mass termination to unprepared cable reduces assembly costs • Housing window permits crimp inspection to verify propertermination… Continue reading Integrated Connectors
“These keys don’t have the same snap as the sample switch. I though you were using the same metal domes?!” At one time or another, I’m sure most membrane-switch engineers have heard a customer say this.
1210 Package with 0.35mm ht Memcon has been a key supplier to membrane switch manufacturers for several years. It has invested and broadened its offering into specific LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) providing standard solutions to the unique needs of the printed electronics industry. From 1206 (3.2 x 1.6mm) style low profile to UltraThin (0.35mm high… Continue reading Memcon Tricolor SMD LED for PEMS
Regardless of your company’s size, you deserve top-quality treatment from your vendors. But switching suppliers isn’t simple. There are costs, it’s disruptive, and it impacts your business operations. You’ll need to weigh the costs and benefits of switching vendors or staying with your current supplier. Does your current vendor deserve your business? Here are six… Continue reading It’s Time To Switch Vendors
Stevensville, MI – Memcon North America (Memcon.net) announced October 1 that Phil Heft has joined the company to further develop their growing portfolio of North American accounts. Phil Heft comes with a wealth of experience within the Industry, having spent the last sixteen years at Nicomatic Corporation where Phil was instrumental in managing, servicing and supporting the Printed Electronics and Flexible Technology Industry.
Flat flexible cable, or FFC, refers to any variety of electrical cable that is both flat and flexible. A flexible flat cable is a type of flexible electronics. However, the term FFC usually refers to the extremely thin flat cable often found in high density electronic applications like laptops and cell phones. Sometimes the term… Continue reading What is Flat Flexible Cable?