The SIG Neuhausen KE7 is a Swiss light machine gun.
The KE7 was designed by two men, Pal de Kiraly and Gotthard End in SIG's factory in Neuhausen am Rheinfall. Production commenced in 1929, with most guns being exported to China chambered in 7.92x57mm Mauser. In 1930, trials were run by the British to find something suitable to replace the Lewis Gun. This was one of the contenders, but lost out to a Czechoslovak weapon which would then become the Bren.
The KE7 uses recoil operation to fire. It can be mounted onto a tripod.