The Banner K50 Series touch buttons, distributed by Turck Australia, combine a large, bright indicator with solid-state touch-activated switching.

Their precise design makes these buttons perfect for lean manufacturing and bin-picking operations, as well as standard control interfaces.

The ergonomic design needs no pressure to operate and will activate at the touch of a finger or palm, even when the user is wearing work gloves.

Instead of traditional pressure or capacitive technology, these buttons work using smart electric field sensing technology that, in addition to removing the faults associated with moving parts,  provides excellent immunity to false triggering from water spray, detergents and other foreign materials.

One-, two- and three-colour versions are available, all comprehensively sealed to IP69K for high-pressure washdown environments.

These buttons are ideal for pick-to-light and call button applications in a variety of industries.

Turck Australia
1300 132 566

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