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Kleintastatur Hera

Product Type:

Small field keyboard

There are 3 images available for this product:

  1. Kleintastatur Hera
  2. Hera - Linkshändertastatur
  3. Hera - Numerisches-Tastenfeld

Areas of Application:

- Head and mouth typists
- People with short stature
- One-handed
- People with dysmelia

Description:

The gripping field is reduced compared to standard keyboards due to smaller keys. The keyboard is available with or without a palm rest and with or without a numeric keypad, depending on the requirements, and has self-locking toggle functions. Locking for Alt, AltGr, Shift, Ctrl can be set as one-time, permanent or non-locking
- Status display for locking function via LED
- User-specific parameters are saved in the keyboard

Price (without guarantee):

The price is available on request from the manufacturer / sales department.

Further Information

Product Information from the Manufacturer / Distributor:

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Manufacturer:

Gorlo & Todt GbR
Bessemerstr. 32
42551 Velbert
Germany Telephone: 02051 803030 Email: info@gorlo-todt.de Homepage: http://www.gorlo-todt.de

Distributor:

Gorlo & Todt GbR
Bessemerstr. 32
42551 Velbert
Germany Telephone: 02051 803030 Email: info@gorlo-todt.de Homepage: http://www.gorlo-todt.de

Meier & Schütte GmbH & Co. KG
Weinsheimer Str. 57a
67547 Worms
Germany Telephone: 06241 49691-60 Email: office@meier-schuette.de Homepage: https://www.meier-schuette.de

Versions:

Hera small keyboard without palm rest without numeric keypad
- Case size: 310 x 135 mm
- front height: 14 mm
- rear height: 28 mm
- weight: 1.2 kg
- keypad size: 280 x 95 mm
- available as right-handed or left-handed keyboard

Hera small keyboard without palm rest with integrated numeric keypad
- housing size: 380 x 135 mm
- front height: 14 mm
- rear height: 28 mm
- weight: 1.4 kg
- keypad size: 350 x 95 mm
- al s Right-handed keyboard or left-handed keyboard available

Hera small keyboard with palm rest without numeric keypad
- Housing size: 310 x 245 mm
- Front height: 1 mm
- Rear height: 39 mm
- Weight: 2.7 kg
- Keypad size: 280 x 95 mm
- available as right-handed or left-handed keyboard

Hera small keyboard with palm rest with integrated numeric keypad
- housing size: 380 x 245 mm
- front height: 1 mm
- rear height: 39 mm
- weight: 3.1 kg
- Keypad size: 380 x 95 mm
- Available as right-handed or left-handed keyboard
- Hera external numeric keypad without palm rest

Technical Data:

Housing size and weight: depending on the version
Key diameter: 16 mm
Key stroke: 1.6 mm short-stroke keys with tactile feedback
Actuating force: approx. 0.7 Newtons
Key service life: approx. 10 million switching cycles
Current consumption: 8 - 25 mA, typ: 12 mA at 5 V +/- 5 percent
Storage: -20 degrees Celsius to 60 degrees Celsius, operation: 0 degrees Celsius to 50 degrees Celsius
Humidity: maximum 80 percent
Connection: 6-pin mini-DIN connector ( PS / 2)
Cable length: 2.5 m
Manufacturers guarantee: 3 years

Delivery:
1 Hera small keyboard
1 adapter (DIN keyboard plug to mini-DIN keyboard socket)
1 operating instructions

Options / Accessories:

- continuously adjustable delay times
- tripod with extendable telescopic tube, movable in all directions thanks to 2 ball heads , Attachment to the edge of a table
- hinged feet
- cover plates for finger guidance, screw-on with adjustable height using spacers
- external numeric keypad
- all keyboard types are also available with extra large lettering, optionally with black engraving on white keycap or with white engraving on black Keycap.
The keyboard described above corresponds to the standard product range of Gorlo and Todt. Upon request, adjustments of the keypad to the handicap or custom-made products for non-PC-compatible devices are possible.

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Reference Number:

C/03001


Source :

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Last Update: 14 Apr 2021