A membrane switch, also known as a keypad or keyboard is an effective way to create a man/machine interface with your end product whilst retaining all the benefits of a fully printed overlay.
Comprising of a printed circuit layer and a front overlay, the finished membrane is both functional and informative. Where environmental concerns are an issue, the sealed technology of the overlay make the membrane switch technology an excellent solution.
System Label manufactures membrane switches to meet the customer’s unique design, with a wide choice of materials and adhesives to suit the customers’ requirements. - Lisa, Buyer
System Label’s membrane switches are produced to the highest standard by our skilled operators and in compliance with ISO 9001, ISO 13485 and UL Approval which ensures your membranes are fully functional and to the highest standard. All membrane switches are undergo 100% final test inspection to ensure error free operation and that the buttons last as long as the machine they control.
We produce membranes using the same techniques as we use on our durable overlays and with sub-surface printing, the membrane will endure even the harshest treatment and cleaning.
Each membrane can be produced to a specific design and layout giving greater flexibility in size, format, materials and finishes. Combined with a range of adhesives we can ensure it will easily adhere to your product.
In many applications System Label will emboss or hydroform the keys of a switch to meet customers’ requirements. “Pillow Embossing”, “Dome Emboss”, “Rail Embossing” or “Multi-Level Emboss” may be used depending on the finish the end membrane requires.Read More
Membranes can be completed with either bare connections or a Crimpflex® connector for a quick and easy connection to your PCB.
Tactile & Non-Tactile
The keys can be produced with either a tactile feedback which confirms activation when pressed, or with a non-tactile format for an absolutely flat finish for easy cleaning and maximum durability.
The membrane switch circuits can be produced in two formats, a common bus layout or using a matrix style format.