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A silicone keypad is a key input device, typically integrated into a bracket design, which uses physical pressure to detect the closure of switches. It consists of one or more flexible silicone keys tipped with carbon pads that connect two metal traces when depressed. This construction results in feedback that is quiet, but tactile, with an estimated lifespan of 100 million presses. A silicone keypad is highly customizable in terms of shape and colour, and can even be backlit. A buzzer or motor can be added to improve feedback. The added customizability and low price of this interface makes it attractive for simple, cost sensitive consumer and industrial applications.
Silicone Keypads are available on TFT and LCD displays. To learn more, follow the links below.