Forklift trucks are the driving force behind effective warehouse logistics – and if you operate a forklift fleet, rugged onboard computers are an absolute necessity
When it comes to choosing a medical keyboard, it’s certainly not a matter of one size fits all. At Rugged, we stock a wide range of different medical keyboards, and while they all comply with the essentials – fully sealed, waterproof, robust and easily cleanable – there are different levels of functionality, different layouts and different materials to choose between.
This is a question we get asked a lot. People want to know which are the best programmable keyboards for use in industrial and challenging environments? Several factors are important in choosing programmable keyboards. Obviously, they need to offer a fully programmable layout, allowing for full customisation to suit users’ specific needs. Reliability is just as important – they must be fit for purpose and robust enough for the setting in which they’ll be used.
This new dual connectivity keyboard by iKey allows you to connect to your computer using either Bluetooth or USB. It’s slim, lightweight and rugged, while offering full functionality – making it the ideal keyboard for travel and fieldwork, as well for using within the office.
If you’re looking for the ideal keyboards for industrial applications, the iKey 5K series should be right at the top of your list. These are the No1 rugged keyboards for use in hazardous and harsh environments and they come with a range of specifications and functions to suit every requirement.
Data input specialist “PrehKeyTec” combines rugged simplicity with German engineering for medical applications – new to the PrehKeyTec range is the SIK2500 silicon medical keyboard, offering users a cleanable silicon surface with backlit keys, these illuminated keys offering much improved data entry in controlled and reduced lighting conditions.
When it comes to choosing a new keyboard, of course there's nothing wrong with selecting a bargain bucket consumer grade keyboard. That is, if you only intend to use it in the clean, warm and dry environment of your office. But if you need to use your keyboard on site, in the field, for military, medical, police or industrial applications, you'll quickly find that your cheap keyboard wasn't so cheap after all. Constant replacements of equipment that simply isn't up to the job can become extremely expensive.