PLEASANT PRAIRIE, WI. – Cherry Americas LLC introduces two MX Keyswitches: the CHERRY Silent and CHERRY Silent RGB. Both the CHERRY Silent and CHERRY Silent RGB Keyswitches come in red and black stem versions, feature the integrated, patent-pending noise reduction feature, and are available in multiple fastening configurations. Combined with optimal keystroke feel and illumination, CHERRY Silent MX Keyswitches are an inspiring choice.

The popular CHERRY Silent Red Keyswitch, with its light linear feel and no pressure point and the linear Silent Black both carry the unique and unequalled Gold Crosspoint technology the world has come to expect from CHERRY. Gold Crosspoint contacts are self-cleaning, resistant to dust and dirt and they ensure the reliability of the keyswitch.

The Silent RGB Keyswitches feature a transparent case with a light scattering lens, optimized for even illumination.

With CHERRY Silent and Silent RGB Keyswitches, there are never any compromises made in design or manufacture---over 50 million actuations per keyswitch are guaranteed! CHERRY keyboard users enjoy long-lasting and safe performance with renowned CHERRY quality, demonstrated by many years of market leadership in the industry.

Whether the end customer requires precise data entry in a professional office, gaming or industrial environment, the new CHERRY MX3A-L1NN (Silent Red), MX3A-11NN (Silent Black), MX3A-L1NA (Silent RGB Red) and MX3A-11NA (Silent RGB Black) offer the most silent form of keyswitch quality, precision and reliability.

The new Silent MX Keyswitches offer defined actuation forces of 45cN and less than 5 milliseconds bounce. They operate with 12V AC/DC maximum switching voltage, and include IP40 protection and a 2-year warranty.

For more information:
Phone: 800-510-1689


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