Safe User Interfaces Even under Adverse Conditions
HMI elements from EBE sensors + motion indestructibly resist extreme ambient conditions such as heat, coldness, humidity, pressurized water, shock or vibrations, thus always ensuring optimum operability in the application used.
EBE has developed and produced switches and rotary encoders since 1950. They serve as reliable components for human-machine interfaces to control medical devices, appliances, commercial vehicles and industrial plants. The product range includes different types of electromechanic and sensor-based encoders: Rotary switches, coding switches, rotary encoders and rotary pulse encoders.
Capacitive buttons, sliders and sensor-based encoders have also belonged to the EBE product portfolio for a number of years. Due to our high manufacturing depth, all components can be adapted to the customer-specific requirements. Among others, the following features can be modified: Detent angle, number of detents, axis length and diameter, switching type, wiring, response behavior or output signal.
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The proven EBE encoders offer themselves for the quick and easy input of digital values. The assortment includes encoders, rotary pulse encoders, handwheels and solutions for rough environments. All typical principles of signal formation are available:
- Mechanic, magnetic
- Electronic, optical, contactless
Rotary Switches and Buttons
The powerful switch and button range from EBE sensors + motion offers a great bandwidth and especially excels by robustness and long service life. All types can be modified for different requirements and applications in the following specifications:
- Switching levels, switching types, detent
- Installation, contacting, protection class
Sensor-Based Buttons and Rotary Encoders
Capacitive Buttons and Touch Sensors from EBE for innovative control panels are specially developed robust all-rounders for use in appliances and medical devices, in sanitary technology and for user interfaces in rough industrial environments.