Hangzhou Graphic Overlay
|FOB Price:||US $0.45 / Piece|
|Min. Order:||500 Pieces|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|500 Pieces||US $0.45/ Piece|
|Transport Package:||Packing in Carton/Accrding to Custome′s Required|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union|
- Model NO.: KK
- 100%QC: OEM
- Specification: RoHS SGS
- HS Code: 392690090
- High Quality: Promot Delivery(Within 7-10 Working Days)
- Trademark: KK
- Origin: Hangzhou Zhejiang
Our company is professional manufacturer and operated with years experience in manufacturing. Our team of experts specialize in designing and producing silicone rubber keypads, membrane switches, graphic overlay, plastic injection molding, touch screens wire harnesses, complete turn key assemblies
Experience: our company has years experience in manufacturing, logistics, and customer service. We have designed thousands of products over the years.
Quality: our company is an approved supplier for global brands around the world. Our products are used in automobiles, hospitals, schools and homes ec...You have probably used one of our products in your home or business.
Global Supply: our company operates manufacturing centers in the Hangzhou, China. Our experts can help with shipping and logistics and supply just-in-time delivery.
Guarantee: our company owned and operated we stand behind the product we produce. We can work with you to document detailed testing and inspection protocols for your custom product so that you are confident that the product you receive meets or exceeds your high expectations.
If you need a quality supplier call us now to find out how we can help you!
Membrane switches and keypads are a very common user input device. Membrane switches are used on industrial equipment, household appliances, medical devices, and many other applications. The top layer of a membrane switch is the graphic interface between the user and the machine. While other layers are essential to overall performance, it is a well designed and attractive graphic layer that impresses the user first. A tactile membrane switch provides user feedback generally with a metal dome embedded in the switch for a 'snap' feel. Non-tactile membrane switches do not offer the user as much feedback so typically there are other visual cues for the user to know they have actuated the switch.