The Cubbison Company provides specialized human-machine interfaces (HMI) engineered and manufactured to meet all of your specifications. Our U.S.-based engineers work closely with you, offering expert recommendations and support to build a reliable membrane switch to meet your application standards. Cubbison offers additional membrane switch features, including fiber optic backlighting, sub-panel backers, PCB integrations, metal overlays, and Light Guide Films.
Membrane switch technology features a unique set of advantages for a variety of application. As a result, each request is exclusive, based on the application, technical specifications, and industry requirements. That’s why we’ve created a set of guidelines to assist you with the creation of your custom membrane switch.
Please complete the form and upload any plans, drawings or other mocks ups available. Our estimators will review your requirements and let you know if any additional information will be required. If you have any other questions please feel free to call us at (800) 733-4133.
Cubbison provides multiple options for switches, such as metal domes for tactile feedback, polydomes, and flat non-tactile design alternatives. Switch design choices, include ESD/RFI shielding, NEMA 4 requirements, tail length and exit point, interconnectivity, and adhesive options allow you to further customize the membrane switch to your precise requirement.
A reliable alternative to the traditional membrane switch, Duraswitch incorporates the best features of both an electro-mechanical and flat panel membrane switch into a dependable and robust thin keypad design for next-generation products. This switch technology offers many benefits, including the ability to thrive in harsh, abusive and rugged environments without compromising quality. Duraswitch utilizes two unique technologies: PushGate® and thiNcoder® rotor. These components ensure longevity and work without the scraping, flexing, and grinding associated with traditional switches.
A user-interface assembly is a fully functioning turnkey input device integrating a variety of electronic components that connect the operator to the machine. Assemblies combine two or more aspects of a design that allows the customer to simply plug-and-play to their equipment. An integrated user-interface eliminates multiple purchase orders with different suppliers as devices can be assembled under one roof and in a timely manner.