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keypad

a numeric keyboard consisting of the numerals 1 to 9 arranged in three ranks of three keys each and an additional key for zero, as on some calculators.
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Whether for professional or personal use, users will enjoy a high-quality wireless keypad that enhances their workflow.
With plastic keypads, we can reliably detect which buttons were pressed, but it is really difficult to determine the order," Discovery News quoted Keaton Mowery, a doctoral student in computer science at UCSD, as telling Technology Review.
Camera Corps is introducing and demonstrating the Multi Camera Keypad Control Unit at booth 10.
1 Choose a location for the keypad and trace around the box, making sure to mark the notches for the clips.
The Long Gun Vault features the No Eyes" keypad that allows instant access in total darkness.
When individuals use a debit card to complete point-of-sale transactions with a merchant, they authenticate their identity by entering a personal identification number (PIN) into the keypad terminal, also known as a payment terminal or automatic teller machine (ATM) device.
It doesn't require the dexterity needed for a keypad or other access devices.
This wireless keypad technology will allow participants to anonymously tell you what they think.
Students have handheld keypad polling devices at each desk to answer questions during inpromptu quizzes.
For example, just one viewer response keypad costs over $200, and keypads do not operate in isolation.
After two years of research and development, the original Hirsch Digital Scrambler[R] electronic keypad was created.
the Laser Command control system will let molders set a range of robot movements and speeds from the unit's keypad without custom programming or rewiring.