Keypads secure financial applications

Monday, 18 October 2004, 2:07 PM EST

The keypads incorporate defence features including strength, durability, vandal and anti-hacker protection.

Constructed from stainless steel and Zamak, with either top or rear mounting, and featuring metal grid and anti-pull-off keys together with laser engraving for wear-resistant markings and the option of illumination, EAO's fully customisable W.series banking keypads and keyboards significantly reduce the risk of sabotage which can be associated with self-service payment/door entry systems.

At Electronics Talk.

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