Resin membrane switch
- Can bend, fold and winding freely.
- Can move and expand freely in three-dimensional space.
- Good heat dissipation and low resistance.
A membrane switch is a user interface device that is made up of several layers and used as a switch to turn a device on or off. Unlike mechanical switches, which are generally constructed with copper and plastics, membrane switches are printed circuits on film.
The design and manufacturing process behind membrane switches is one GGI handles with much care and creativity. Membrane switches are made by printing a carbon or silver ink onto a polyester surface. A customized graphic overlay is then applied to the film. At GGI, we offer a wide range of graphic layer material, including polyester, antimicrobial polyester, polycarbonate, blends, and silicone. These pliable, durable materials are where “membrane” switches get their name.
Membrane switches are used in a number of applications, including in the medical, aerospace, defense, industrial, and transport industries.
Delivery: Within 15-30days after confirming the order