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***This remote keyboard is made of silicone, a durable material that retains its temperature even when electrical heat and wires are extremely near to it. It also has a low water absorbent rate, and is odorless, stainless, and comfortable for the hand to touch.
This is called a Circuit Board. This contains the electronics and battery contacts. Generally, the chip, the diode, the transistor, a registrar, two registers and a capacitor. electronics.howstuffworks.com A fascinating look inside a TV's remote control (including the printed circuit board)!
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This is a capacitor. They can be made from and non-conductive material - such as paper, glass, rubber and plastic. learn.sparkfun.com Capacitors - learn.sparkfun.com
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