iKey Rugged Keyboards

iKey Rugged Compact Keyboard
The DP-88 is a small footprint keyboard that meets harsh use standards. It has 88 full size keys with embedded notebook key functions. The DP-88 is a perfect fit for industrial, kiosk, or mobile computing needs. Constructed in a small-footprint compact case, the DP-88 allows for space-saving and mobility, and a secondary legend can be accessed with a number lock key.

iKey Rugged Keyboard with Oversized Keys

iKey’s innovative DP-72 mobile keyboard was designed to accommodate rugged applications in manufacturing, material handling and remote data entry. Its oversized keys are color arranged and feature a roomy layout for convenient gloved-hand use. It features a small-footprint design, mounting holes in its case, and a large numeric pad. Like other keyboards in the IKEY line, the NEMA 4X DP-72 is constructed using a robust polycarbonate case and industrial silicone keypad, sealing it from dust, liquids, and corrosives.

iKey Bluetooth Keyboard
iKey introduces the first Bluetooth compatible, wireless industrail keyboard with an integrated touchpad. This fully=sealed keyboard meets NEMA 4X specifications meaning it is resistant to dirt, dust, water, ice and corrosives. Built with an industrial silicone rubber keypad and a rugged ABS polycarbonate case, it is submersible and easy to clean with disinfectants. The compact design and internal Bluetooth module make it highly portable. It is an ideal fit for mobile material handling, food and beverage processing, mediccal, and other environments where rugged flixbility is a ncecessity. It requires 2 AA batteries for power and does not require a USB dongle.

For more information regarding rugged mobile computing visit www.groupmobile.com or call us at 1-866-RUGGED-8.

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