P.I. Engineering Company Information
Who We are
P.I. Engineering designs, manufactures, sells, and supports computer input hardware including unique keyboards, controls, and adapters. With hundreds of thousands of our devices in studios, laboratories, offices, and homes world wide, we have established a reputation as a global leader in input solutions.
P.I. Engineering opened for business in 1993 with the Y-mouse Serial Dual Mouse Adapter. Y-mouse products evolved to keep pace with technology and, in 1997, we introduced the innovative X-keys devices. In 2002, we launched a new division, RailDriver, providing the first Desktop Train Cab Controller for Train Simulation Software and Model Trains.
While applications of our products range from common and obvious to adaptive and obscure, the relationship we establish with our customers sets us apart. We treat the one piece and the one thousand piece client with the same attention and respect.
Product Support Department
For technical questions or for help with installation or troubleshooting our products, please E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1 (517) 655 - 5523 Ext. 19
To place an order or for questions regarding an order you have already placed, please E-mail: email@example.com or call 1 (517) 655 - 5523 Ext. 18
For tracking information or shipping related questions, please E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or
call 1 (517) 655 - 5523 Ext. 21 FAX: (517) 655 - 4926
101 Innovation Parkway
Williamston, Michigan 48895-1663
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