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iKey Introduces Compact Rugged Keyboard for Public Safety

November 16, 2012  | 

Photo courtesy of iKey.
Photo courtesy of iKey.

Rugged keyboard maker iKey has released the SWB-86-TP keyboard for public safety users that need a compact keyboard for high data-entry.

The SWB-86-TP, which arrives in the WaterBoard line, arrives with red LED backlit keys and laser-etched legend for low-light environments. It features an integrated touchpad and USB interface.

The SWB-86-TP can be paired with iKey's new line of rugged, daylight-readable, touchscreen displays, which include the 12.1-inch IK-FPMT-12-1000. The SWB-86-TP is fully sealed to NEMA 4X specifications, making it resistant to accidental spills, easy to clean, and impermeable to corrosives, according to the company.

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