Datametrics said it will assemble and sell keyboards for military computers using parts purchased from Key Tronic Corp. of Spokane, Wash.
Datametrics President Garland White said it is impossible to put a value on the agreement signed by the two companies, and further terms were not disclosed. White said Datametrics hopes to sell the extra-durable keyboards for use aboard warships and in other military applications.
The Chatsworth-based company is already a leading maker of computer printers for the military.
Datametrics also said the company's stock is now being traded in the over-the-counter market under the NASDAQ symbol DMCZ. The company said its shares also will continue to trade on the Pacific Stock Exchange, where its symbol remains DC.