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Reg: help on handheld

Started by sriram karunagaran June 7, 2006
Dear All,

We are building some prototypes of handheld device similar to PDA, using LPC213x. I'm finding it difficult to get some good pushbutton (tactile/latching) switches for handhelds. Switches can be like in remote controls or like in PDAs. I guess that the switches for these need to be PCB mounted. Help Please!!!

Regards,
Sriram.K

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sriram karunagaran wrote: Dear All,

We are building some prototypes of handheld device similar to PDA, using LPC213x. I'm finding it difficult to get some good pushbutton (tactile/latching) switches for handhelds. Switches can be like in remote controls or like in PDAs. I guess that the switches for these need to be PCB mounted. Help Please!!!

Regards,
Sriram.K

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> sriram karunagaran wrote:
> Dear All,
>
> We are building some prototypes of handheld device similar
> to PDA, using LPC213x. I'm finding it difficult to get some
> good pushbutton (tactile/latching) switches for handhelds.
> Switches can be like in remote controls or like in PDAs. I
> guess that the switches for these need to be PCB mounted.
> Help Please!!!
>
> Regards,
> Sriram.K
>

Omron has switches like you are looking for.

Mike

Is their any other company in India, who have expertise on LPC
series and BGW200/211?

I know only about Adya systems and their solutions are really very
helpful, I am wondering if their is anyone else in India...

DAN

> sriram karunagaran
wrote: Dear All,
>
> We are building some prototypes of handheld device similar to
PDA, using LPC213x. I'm finding it difficult to get some good
pushbutton (tactile/latching) switches for handhelds. Switches can
be like in remote controls or like in PDAs. I guess that the
switches for these need to be PCB mounted. Help Please!!!
>
> Regards,
> Sriram.K
>
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Dan,

I'm not aware of any other company developing BGW based ARM boards in India. We are also looking for a solution with BGW200. For BGW200 chipset where you able to manuals and hardware design details?

Regards,
Sriram.K

dashing_dhruv_in wrote: Is their any other company in India, who have expertise on LPC
series and BGW200/211?

I know only about Adya systems and their solutions are really very
helpful, I am wondering if their is anyone else in India...

DAN

> sriram karunagaran
wrote: Dear All,
>
> We are building some prototypes of handheld device similar to
PDA, using LPC213x. I'm finding it difficult to get some good
pushbutton (tactile/latching) switches for handhelds. Switches can
be like in remote controls or like in PDAs. I guess that the
switches for these need to be PCB mounted. Help Please!!!
>
> Regards,
> Sriram.K
>
> __________________________________________________
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> __________________________________________________
>
>
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>





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