PCB switches:
How to push the limits of your cap marking


 Depending on your application and use, find out all marking possibilities you can benefit from.


It could be that you are developing a new product for a demanding environment or you have very specific design requirements, or you are just curious of the cap marking possibilities out there.

Look no further.

You don’t want to underestimate the value a carefully planned cap marking can bring to your application. You want the marking to make a good impression, be intuitive and most importantly withhold through the lifetime of the application. It may be a small part of your panel design, but we at APEM understand that it is a crucial part of the end-user experience and a simple way to personalize your application.

In this webinar we will present different marking needs, e.g. illumination, frequent use, cleaning, etc., and explain how to pick the technology that fits best for that need. We will present benefits and limits of each technology, providing you the fundamental knowledge to choose the right option for your next HMI solution.
Furthermore, we will go beyond the standard possibilities and present some custom cases and the solutions we found for them.

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Our speaker

Morten Højdevang, Marketing Product Manager and expert on MEC product range

Morten Højdevang is the Marketing Product Manager and THE expert on MEC product range, APEM’s high performance tactile switches. He has worked 25 years in the technical industry of which 15 years have been at APEM.

The many years with APEM have provided him with abundance of knowledge on the possibilities and limitations of the MEC product range.
Morten’s primary experience lies in helping customers find the best solution for their HMI, including tactile switches, accessories and markings


Over 65 years of experience

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