keyswitch


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keyswitch

[′kē‚swich]
(computer science)
A switch that is operated by depressing a key on the keyboard of a data entry terminal.
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Continuing CORSAIR's commitment to mechanical keyswitch quality, the K68 uses 100% CHERRY MX LED-lit mechanical keyswitches, combining them with a per-key silicone rubber shield to make the K68 both dust and water resistant tested to an IP32 rating.
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And, membrane mechanical keyswitch keyboards are completely sealed and easily cleanable, which is preferable when using harsh chemicals.
Membrane mechanical keyswitch keyboards are completely sealed and easily clean able, making them the preferred choice for harsh chemical environments.
The idea has been around since the late 70's: "It would be so much easier to navigate through complex menu structures if you could combine a display within a keyswitch .
The unit contains all the electronics required for exit delay, including microprocessor, lock, audible signal, indicator lights, and keyswitch for reset or bypass.
8-mm keystroke, curved keyswitch panel, and full-size sculpted key caps are designed to enhance user comfort and accuracy.
Stop switches are also fitted at these positions and a lockable keyswitch is mounted in the seat armrest.
The effect of keyboard keyswitch make force on applied force and finger flexor muscle activity.
The keyswitch input turns the LED's on and off, while a separate keyswitch wire powers the hour meter.
We also place heavy emphasis on reliability with contactless keyswitch technology.