Law Enforcement

IK-88 Keyboard

iKey

October 4, 2017 - Products

The IK-88-TP-USB is designed to fit mobile mounting systems which have already been installed into service vehicles around the world. The IK-88-TP-USB has full-travel keys which provide an excellent typing experience while still being fully sealed — resistant to dirt, dust and spills that ruin most keyboards.

Features include 12 function keys, 88-key functionality, integrated backlighting, integrated touchpad, mobile mounting holes, and a one-touch emergency key. These rugged keyboards are built to survive harsh use in EMS, public safety, law enforcement, and service vehicles.

This model is also available as the IK-TR-911-FSR featuring an integrated Force Sensing Resistor (FSR). Using an FSR is a great alternative to using a touchpad and is designed to be used by gloved hands.

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