Analogue, Mixed Signal, LSI


Broad-range transceiver for 2,4 GHz LAN systems

26 Jan 2000 Analogue, Mixed Signal, LSI

For the largest case in the MOTEC family, OKW offers a sloping control panel. In this way, the desk case has dimensions of 235 x 165 x 110 mm and is now also available for applications with membrane keyboards of large surfaces. The new control panel offers a 50% increase in volume compared to the previous version.

The viewing angle of 25° as well as the familiar and attractive appearance were maintained. A recess is provided in order to attach a membrane keyboard. Assembly is screwless which saves time and costs during production.

Polystyrene (UL 94 HB) in an off-white colour is the material used and is impact-resistant and anti-static.



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