The Polycase® FB-45 Series plastic key fob enclosure has been on the market for a couple of months now and complements our family of key fobs well. The sleek palm-sized enclosure features a snap together design which captures a PC board between the base and cover when assembled. Case colors include bright white or black flame-retardant ABS plastic with a flame rating of UL94V-0. Dimensions are 2.75 x 1.37 inches and the key fob offers 5 configurations which include a 0, 1, 2, 4, or 5 tactile button option.
If a key fob design is a fitting enclosure for your electronics application, we have several shapes, sizes and configurations to choose from. Molded-in key rings are standard on all Polycase key fobs. Let’s take a closer look at each series:
I can recollect my childhood quite clearly. The feelings I remember most vividly are those of anticipation, anticipation of the next holiday on my radar, Christmas. It would start the moment I was done scarfing down turkey on Thanksgiving. From the day after Thanksgiving through December 25th, I lived and breathed Christmas. And to this day Christmas is still my favorite holiday, though now it’s more about giving than receiving.
Over the weekend something happened that baffled me: I beat my boyfriend at a game of chess. My first words after “I won?” were “Did you let me win?” Because really, we’ve been playing a couple games of chess a week for about 8 months now and I’ve lost every single one of them. Until this weekend. (Small cheer.) We than played Trivial Pursuit and he mopped the board with me but that’s ok … I won at chess. You know what this tells me? All the weeks of him teaching me the rules and pitfalls, pointing out better move choices, guiding me towards the strategy, might finally be starting to sink in. I’m learning. I love learning. You know what else I love to learn? How things work.