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Application / Engineering Manual
This document is provided for use and guidance of engineering personnel engaged in the installation or application of STORM data entry
products manufactured by Keymat Technology Ltd. Please be advised that all information, data, and illustrations contained within this document
remain the exclusive property of Keymat Technology Ltd. and are provided for the express and exclusive use as described above. This
document is not supported by Keymat Technology’s engineering change note, revision or reissue system. Data contained within this document is
subject to periodic revision, reissue or withdrawal. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the information, data and illustrations are correct at the
time of publication, Keymat Technology Ltd. are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained within this document.
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document is not supported by Keymat Technology’s engineering change note, revision or reissue system. Data contained within this document is
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Table of Contents.
Page.
Section 1. Overview. ……………………………………………………………. 3
Section 2. Options (colours, materials, configurations). …………………….. 4
Section 3. Installation in host equipment. …………………………………….. 5
Section 4. Connectors and connections. ……………………………………... 6,7,8
Section 5. Ratings and Performance. …………………………………………. 9
Section 6. Availability/Reliability/Maintainability. …………………………….. 10
Serviceability.
Warranty.
Section 7. Ordering Details - Keyboards. ……………………………………. 11
Appendix 1. Keyboard Layouts :
UK ……………………………………………………………………. 12
US ………………………………………………………………….. 13
Appendix 2. Panel Mounting Details / Overall Dimensions. ………………….. 14,15
Appendix 3. Keyboard Scan Codes. ……………………………………………. 16,17,18
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document is not supported by Keymat Technology’s engineering change note, revision or reissue system. Data contained within this document is
subject to periodic revision, reissue or withdrawal. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the information, data and illustrations are correct at the
time of publication, Keymat Technology Ltd. are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained within this document.
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Section 1. Overview.
Developed for use in a new generation of web enabled public telephones and transaction terminals, this
small but highly responsive keyboard is suitable for use in exposed or hostile environments. It’s robust
construction is highly resistant to hard use, abuse and vandalism. It is sealed against water and dust to
ensure responsive and reliable data entry in the most demanding situations. The keyboard’s front panel
and keytop characters can be customised to complement the colour scheme, design and function of
almost any host equipment. Encoding electronics are an option that can be specified and integrated into
the keyboard construction providing a plug compatible, ready to use, solution for almost any PC based
application.
Weather and vandal resistant for outdoor and unsupervised public environments.
Integrated PC / USB compatible interface (optional).
Rapid, responsive and reliable data entry.
Stainless steel front plate.
Easily and securely installed in public web-phones, vending machines, automated
teller machines, transaction terminals, public internet kiosks etc.
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Section 2. Options.
The STORM 1200 is a versatile data entry keyboard that can be configured to suit many applications. A number of
cosmetic and functional options can be selected to achieve the optimum environmental or operational performance.
The options marked with a should be considered as “required to achieve vandal resistant specification”.
The following table shows the range and availability of optional features. Check the boxes
to indicate your
selected options.
Option
= Required (not optional)
= Optional if required
- = Not available
Vandal Resistant
Spec
Resistance to water and dust.
IP65
Low pressure water
jet
Switch Contact Resistance 100 ohms (max)
Brushed Stainless Steel Front Plate
Silver Chromed metal keys.
Moulded polymer keys with laser engraved keytop graphics.
Panel mounting kit to secure the keyboard against the under surface of a facia panel or equipment casing. (See
section 3 Installing and fixing the keyboard).
Factory fitted Molex Picoflex connector,
Part Number
90814-3320, attached to the keyboard’s rear surface.
Recommended mating connector for ribbon cable. Molex Picoflex
Part Number
90327-3320
Factory fitted PS2 / USB compatible encoder, enabling direct connection to a PC’s keyboard or USB port. (Cable
required).
Keyboard cable, 2.5m length, fitted with a male USB connector at the PC end
Keyboard cable, 2.5m length, fitted with a male 5 pin DIN connector at the PC end
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document is not supported by Keymat Technology’s engineering change note, revision or reissue system. Data contained within this document is
subject to periodic revision, reissue or withdrawal. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the information, data and illustrations are correct at the
time of publication, Keymat Technology Ltd. are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained within this document.
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Section 3. Installation in host equipment.
The STORM 1200 keyboard must be securely fitted into a facia panel or equipment casing.
For effective resistance to vandalism, abuse and rough use the STORM 1200 should be installed from
the underside of a panel, with the operational face of the keyboard accessible through a rectangular
aperture in the panel, Appendix 2 refers.
The STORM 1200 is secured into place by a retaining plate (in Mounting Kit Pt. No. 1200-MK000x)
located on 8 M3 x 16 mm studs. (See Appendix 2).
Recommended dimensions and profile for the panel aperture and positions of the fixing studs are
detailed as “non-revision supported copy”. The keyboard’s integral sealing rib (positioned on the top
face of the peripheral flange) is compressed between the flange’s top face and the rear surface of the
fascia panel. The rear surface of the fascia panel must be rigid, flat, and free of debris to achieve rated
resistance to water and dust. The keyboard’s integral seal should be checked to ensure it is free from
damage and debris prior to installation or refit.
The overall dimensions are as shown below:
1200 Keyboard.
Overall Length mm (ins) 175,0 (6.8 in)
Overall Width mm (ins) 85,0 (3.3 in)
Overall Depth underpanel
mm (ins)
21,5 (0.85 in)
Weight Kg 0.549
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products manufactured by Keymat Technology Ltd. Please be advised that all information, data, and illustrations contained within this document
remain the exclusive property of Keymat Technology Ltd. and are provided for the express and exclusive use as described above. This
document is not supported by Keymat Technology’s engineering change note, revision or reissue system. Data contained within this document is
subject to periodic revision, reissue or withdrawal. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the information, data and illustrations are correct at the
time of publication, Keymat Technology Ltd. are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained within this document.
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Section 4. Connectors and connections.
The 1200 Keyboard is supplied either as a matrix keypad with row column output via a 20 way Molex Connector,
or with an integral encoder with PS2 or PS2/USB switchable output depending on the options chosen.
The 1200 Keyboard has a standard PS2 output or a selectable PS2/USB output that is configured by the user via a
switch on the Encoder pcb at the time that the cable is connected to the Keyboard.
Cables are not supplied with the 1200 Keyboard in order that the user can select the correct cable length and
connector type to suit their application. (see Section 7 for available cables)
Cables are offered as separately purchased options, Section 7 refers.
Matrix Keypad Version with Row/Column Output
The keyboards 53 keys are momentary contact (carbon to gold on nickel on copper contact) switches, positioned
on a 6 row x 14 column circuit matrix as defined in Table 1. This circuit matrix is terminated via a 20 way Molex
Picoflex connector (part number 90814-3220). See figure 1.
To connect a 20 line ribbon cable to this connector, it is recommended to use the mating Molex Picoflex connector
(part number 90327-3320). Current specifications and ratings for these components (or other compatible molex
connectors) should be sought from the manufacturer at www.molex.com
Figure 1. Picoflex Connector
Dimensions in mm (inches)
Number of connections A
(Overall Length)
B
(1st to Last Ckt)
C
20
29.18(1.149)24.13(.950)27.98(1.102)
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Table 1 below, shows the connector pin designation for the switch circuit matrix.
Please Note: When the keyboard is viewed from the rear, with the connector positioned towards the bottom edge of
the keyboard, pin 1 is on the right, pin 20 is on the left.
Table 1.
Connector pin designator.
Connector Pin Number Row / Column
1 Column 14
2 Column 13
3 Column 12
4 Column 11
5 Column 10
6 Column 9
7 Column 8
8 Column 7
9 Column 6
10 Column 5
11 Column 4
12 Column 3
13 Column 2
14 Column 1
15 Row F
16 Row E
17 Row D
18 Row C
19 Row B
20 Row A
Keytop Layouts are detailed in Appendix 1.
Appendix 3 shows the row and column connection for each switch position. Please note; the characters indicating
row and column connections are not representative of keytop layouts.
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document is not supported by Keymat Technology’s engineering change note, revision or reissue system. Data contained within this document is
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time of publication, Keymat Technology Ltd. are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained within this document.
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Encoded Version with PS2 or USB Output
The encoder daughterboard has a 5 way Molex male connector which mates with the corresponding female
housing supplied fitted to the accessory cable. The pinout details for these are shown below.
The scan codes for each key position are listed in Appendix 3.
Diagrams showing pin designations.
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remain the exclusive property of Keymat Technology Ltd. and are provided for the express and exclusive use as described above. This
document is not supported by Keymat Technology’s engineering change note, revision or reissue system. Data contained within this document is
subject to periodic revision, reissue or withdrawal. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the information, data and illustrations are correct at the
time of publication, Keymat Technology Ltd. are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained within this document.
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Section 5. Ratings and performance.
The following table shows the designed operational and performance data. Achieved performance may
depend on environmental or operational conditions and mode of use.
Key to symbols
= Required for Vandal Resistance
- = Not applicable
Vandal Resistant Spec
Resistance to water and dust.
IP65
Low pressure water jet
Operational Temperature -20°C to +60°C
Impact Resistance 20 Joules via 50mm dia steel striker
to EN60068-2-75 : 1997
Switch Contact Resistance 100 ohms (max)
Switch Contact Bounce 5ms (max)
Insulation Resistance 50 Mohms (min)
Breakdown Voltage 500V AC (max 60 secs)
Operating Voltage 24V DC (max)
Operating Current 50mA (max)
Operational Life 4 million cycles per key (min)
Keytop travel 1.25mm nominal
Key actuation force 120gms nominal
Matrix Keypad Version Options
Connector (Factory fitted to the rear face of the keyboard). Molex Picoflex Part Number 90814-3220
Recommended mating connector for ribbon cable. Molex Picoflex
Part Number
90327-3320
Flammability of Major Plastic Parts (taken from
Material Suppliers Datasheets UL94 Rating
Case Moulding V-0
Rubber Actuators HB
Insulator V-0
Circuit Boards V-0
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document is not supported by Keymat Technology’s engineering change note, revision or reissue system. Data contained within this document is
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Section 6. Availability/Reliability/Maintainability.
Firmware.
The firmware version is shown on the back of the microchip controller .
Serviceability .
The STORM 1200 keyboard is designed for use in exposed, unsupervised public environments. It is rugged, reliable
and weather resistant to provide years of trouble free and responsive data entry. The keyboard is assembled and
sealed under strictly controlled factory conditions, using calibrated and highly specialized tooling. It should not be
disassembled or modified by anyone other than trained technicians (under controlled conditions) in our UK
manufacturing facility. There are no user serviceable parts contained within the 1200 keyboard. Disassembly
or modifications carried out by non-authorised personnel will invalidate any warranties and have a
detrimental effect on the products performance and reliability.
The keyboard should be regularly cleaned by washing the operational surface with weak solution of detergent and
water. Care should be taken to ensure that no liquids enter the rear face of the keyboard or the connector
mechanism.
Warranty.
Policy Statement.
It is Keymat Technology’s intention to provide a fair and rapid response when any customer reports a defect in any
product supplied by Keymat Technology.
If a valid warranty claim is received, then it is our policy to repair, replace or provide a credit note for those defective
products as quickly as possible and with minimum inconvenience to our customers.
Exclusions.
Product shipped more than 12 months before the date of claim are not covered by warranty.
Product damaged in use is not covered by warranty.
Product that has been modified is not covered by warranty.
Product where the serial number / batch numbers have been removed or modified are not covered by warranty.
Product that has been stripped down for any reason by the customer is not covered by warranty.
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information, data, and illustrations contained within this document remain the exclusive property of Keymat Technology Ltd. and are provided for the express and exclusive use as described above. This document is not
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Section 7. Ordering Details – Keyboards.
The table below shows the part numbering scheme for the 1200 Series keyboard range. Each digit is listed with the corresponding meaning.
Other options, finishes, layouts may be available – contact your Storm distributor for details.
Digit 123 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Spec Key Style Encoder Cable Pointing
Device
Language Distribution
120 0 VR 3 Metal 0 None 0 None 0 None 1 UK
1 PS2 2 USA
2 PS 2/USB
For Example
1200-310011 is a 1200 KEYBOARD WITH
1200 -3 1 0 0 1 1
Vandal Resist Spec -METAL KEYS, PS2 ENCODER, NO CABLE, NO POINTING DEVICE, UK LAYOUT
Ordering Details - Accessories
Description Stock Code
UNDERPANEL MOUNTING KIT 1200-MK000(X)
2.5m STRAIGHT CABLE WITH GROMMET AND MINIDIN CONNECTOR FOR PS2 1200-00100(X)
2.5m STRAIGHT CABLE WITH GROMMET AND CONNECTOR FOR USB 1200-00200(X)
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information, data, and illustrations contained within this document remain the exclusive property of Keymat Technology Ltd. and are provided for the express and exclusive use as described above. This document is not
supported by Keymat Technology’s engineering change note, revision or reissue system. Data contained within this document is subject to periodic revision, reissue or withdrawal. Whilst every effort is made to ensure
the information, data and illustrations are correct at the time of publication, Keymat Technology Ltd. are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained within this document.
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Appendix 1. Key Layout.
UK Layout.
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US Layout
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information, data, and illustrations contained within this document remain the exclusive property of Keymat Technology Ltd. and are provided for the express and exclusive use as described above. This document is not
supported by Keymat Technology’s engineering change note, revision or reissue system. Data contained within this document is subject to periodic revision, reissue or withdrawal. Whilst every effort is made to ensure
the information, data and illustrations are correct at the time of publication, Keymat Technology Ltd. are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained within this document.
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Appendix 2: Panel Mounting Details / Overall Dimensions.
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Keyboard Overall Dimensions.
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Appendix 3: Keyboard Scan Codes.
Drawing reference for Key positions.
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Scan Codes.
Key
Position
Column Row Key Assignment
UK Layout
Key Assignment
US Layout
PC/AT Code
(Code Set 2)
Base Shifted Base Shifted
1 2 1 1 ! 1 ! 16
2 3 1 2 2 @ 1E
3 4 1 3 £ 3 # 26
4 5 1 4 $ 4 $ 25
5 6 1 5 % 5 % 2E
6 7 1 6 ^ 6 ^ 36
7 8 1 7 & 7 & 3D
8 9 1 8 * 8 * 3E
9 10 1 9 ( 9 ( 46
10 11 1 0 ) 0 ) 45
11 13 3 B/Space B/Space 66
12 2 2 q Q q Q 15
13 3 2 w W w W 1D
14 4 2 e E e E 24
15 5 2 r R r R 2D
16 6 2 t T t T 2C
17 7 2 y Y y Y 35
18 8 2 u U u U 3C
19 9 2 i I i I 43
20 10 2 o O o O 44
21 11 2 p P p P 4D
22 13 4 Enter Enter 5A
23 1 2 TAB TAB 0D
24 2 3 a A a A 1C
25 3 3 s S s S 1B
26 4 3 d D d D 23
27 5 3 f F f F 2B
28 6 3 g G g G 34
29 7 3 h H h H 33
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supported by Keymat Technology’s engineering change note, revision or reissue system. Data contained within this document is subject to periodic revision, reissue or withdrawal. Whilst every effort is made to ensure
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Key
Position
Column Row Key Assignment
UK Layout
Key Assignment
US Layout
PC/AT Code
(Code Set 2)
30 8 3 j J j J 3B
31 9 3 k K k K 42
32 10 3 l L l L 4B
33 14 4 Shift Shift 12
34 3 4 z Z z Z 1A
35 4 4 x X x X 22
36 5 4 c C c C 21
37 6 4 v V v V 2A
38 7 4 b B b B 32
39 8 4 n N n N 31
40 9 4 m M m M 3A
41 12 3 @ 52
42 11 6
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43 12 2 # ~ \ | 5D
44 12 1 - _ - _ 4E
45 13 1 = + = + 55
46 11 3 ; : ; : 52
47 12 4 / ? / ? 4A
48 7 5 Space Space 29
49 10 4 , < , < 41
50 11 4 . > . > 49
51 10 6
E0,6B
52 12 6
E0,72
53 13 6
E0,74
Release Codes.
The PC/AT release code for each key is the Scan Code preceded by H’F0’.
Example:
Q – H’F0’, H’15.
Exception : Keys with Scan Codes starting with H’E0, the release code sequence (for example Left Arrow) is, H’E0’, H’F0’. H’6B’