BACKPLANE Systems Technology will be exhibiting Keymat's range of vandal resistant keyboards, the STORM 2200 Series, at Automate Melbourne 2004.
These keyboards have been designed for applications in exposed, unsupervised or public environments.
This series of vandal resistant keyboards includes versions with a trackball, additional function keys, a numeric keypad or a standard compact version.
These four styles have been designed to cater for the needs of a variety of demanding applications. They have been constructed for use in the toughest conditions and are concisely formatted to avoid unnecessary array of keys that are rarely required by the kiosk user.
The STORM 2200 Series is remarkably tough and provides a high level of resistance to attack by vandals.
A peripheral step runs around the edge of each keytop preventing the insertion of blades or other sharp implements. This peripheral step protects both the water seals and circuitry from mechanical attack.
The 2200 Series features a responsive key action ensuring rapid and reliable data entry in tough, wet or industrial conditions. A hardened stainless steel front plate coupled with cast metal or high impact polymer keys ensure the keyboard's resistance to hard use, abuse and vandalism.
The STORM 2200 keyboard series provides flexibility in format and specification to meet the needs of this dynamic and demanding market sector.
These vandal resistant keyboards are sealed to IP65 making them ideal for use in unsupervised public or industrial environments.
For more information on the STORM 2200 Series visit Backplane Systems on Stand A39 at Automate Melbourne 2004.