The new generation of intelligent input systems, the CDS1, features a bright, round OLED display, which users can operate with just the touch of a finger, swipe or rotation – similar to a smartphone, writes Schurter in a statement. Users can even configure the layout themselves.
Schurter’s focus is on user friendliness, and its goal is to simplify human-machine interfaces. The company’s input systems find use in a wide variety of applications, including industrial machinery, energy systems and medical equipment.
Headquartered in Lucerne, Schurter is present in 16 countries worldwide. The company is divided into two divisions: the Component Division, which includes equipment protection, equipment connections and switches, and the Input Systems Division, which develops and produces customized solutions based on touchscreens and membrane switches.