The 1-Switch Single-Appliance Continuous Control Unit, model 1490, is a switch control interface unit designed for use by individuals with upper exremity or severe physical disabilities. This remote control unit operates most AC appliances from a distance of up to 20 feet when the appliances are plugged into a receiver. A capability switch (not included) is used to activate the remote transmitter through either latch or momentary activation. With latch activation, the appliance runs until the us
The ASL 6 Function Big Button Bed Control, model ASL706, is a bed control designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities, cerebral palsy, or neurological or severe physical disabilities. This control interface for a six-function electric bed has six large push buttons. To operate, this unit interfaces with the ASL 703 Six Function Bed Control (not included; see separate entry). It allows each function to be accessed through the use of large mechanical buttons in place of the small,
The ASL Five Switch Adaptor Interface Box, model ASL502, is a control switch interface unit designed for use by individuals with neurological or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This switch interface unit enables an individual to utilize five separate switch sites to control up to five separate functions or devices. The unit can interface with powered seating modules, communication devices, etc., through a D-9 connector. It works with any mono port switch and all power chair t
The BIG Baby Button is a switch interface designed for use by babies and children with fine motor and upper extremity disabilities. This large button-style switch has a built-in switch interface to enable use of a computer with the switch. The large switch surface requires only a light touch for activation. COMPATIBILITY: Versions are available for use with IBM and compatible computers with serial or USB ports or for Macintosh computers with an ADB port. Also available is a cordless version for
ClickIt! is a mouse emulator program designed to provide access to Macintosh or Windows programs with IntelliKeys (see separate entry), switches, or the regular keyboard for individuals with physical, cognitive or visual disabilities. The program provides instant mouse-less access to menus, dialog boxes and scroll bars. It also allows custom overlays or switches to click on Hot Spots on the screen. Other features include automatically sending an overlay when launching a new program or when the s
---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted electronic book reader for an individual with cerebral palsy. Glenn, an electrical engineer created the "Frankenkindle" for his sister using an Amazon Kindle and a keypad from a children's reader. This e-reader adaptation features controls that are easier for and individuals with cerebral palsy or other types of fine motor and neurological disabilities to use compared to the standard buttons on the Kindle. The device is mou
The H-31 Dual Button Box is a computer switch control interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control a 2-switch adapted device. The user plugs the switch input of the device he or she wishes to control into the back of the Dual Button Box. One button on the Dual Button Box will "step scan" through the device's menu or options. When the user reaches the desired option or action, he or she
The Intention Module, model 565, is a control switch interface unit designed for use by persons with uncontrolled movements. When a capability switch is plugged into this module, sustained pressure is required before it activates a device. The module can be preset for a delay of from 1 to 12 seconds before it activates a device. The unit comes with a 0.13-inch plug. POWER: Uses 1 9-volt battery.
JoyBox is a switch input adaptor designed for use by individuals who use switches. This device enables the user to play arcade-style games or operate a mouse with up to eight switches. This USB switch box works with most switch software, including Writing with Symbols, Clicker 4, and The Grid from Sensory Software (see entries). When this plug-and-play device is connected to the USB port on a personal computer (PC), it is recognized by Microsoft Windows as a Game Controller or Joystick without
JoyCable is a switch input interface designed for use by individuals who use switches. This device enables the user to play arcade-style games such as Midtown Madness or Motocross Madness with two switches (for example, a pair of head switches). This USB switch box works with most switch software, including Writing with Symbols, Clicker 4, and The Grid from Sensory Software (see entry). When this plug- and-play device is connected to the USB port on a personal computer (PC), it is recognized by
The Jumbo Remote Control, model 1526, is a remote control for television, DVD players, and VCRs, designed for use by individuals with fine motor, severe physical, or upper extremity disabilities or low vision. This all-in-one remote control allows the user to control TV, VCR, DVD, cable, PVR, and satellite receivers by pressing large buttons that are very sensitive to touch and which have different colors for different group functions. It will also control the latest Flat Screen TV's. The unit a
The LinkSwitch, model DLT-202, is a control switch interface designed to activate battery operated assistive devices with additional switches for individuals with limited movement or motor control. The user plugs a Taction Pad (see separate entry) or any other switch into the LinkSwitch using a standard 1/8-inch jack, then touches the Taction Pad to activate adapted toys, keyboard interfaces, tape recorders, battery interrupters, sensory stimulus devices, or any other battery-operated device. Th
The Multiswitch Module is a switch adapter which allows several switches to be connected to the same switch-operated device (such as a toy) designed to encourage group participation for individuals with physical, sensory or cognitive disabilities. Which of the switches controls the toy is determined by the setting of toggle switches on top of the module. The module has four jacks for plugging in switches and one output plug for connecting to the toy. The plug can also be connected to a computer
The NE-AT Switch Divider is a control switch input interface that allows the user to activate up to five devices with a single switch. The Input switch can be any standard special needs switch such as aa Zygo Lever switch, a Spec switch, or a Buddy Button (see separate entries).
The NE-AT Switch Multiplier is a control switch input interface designed to allow up to five switches to control a single device. The input switches can be of different types, or they can be the same type. Input switches can be any standard special needs switch such as aa Zygo Lever switch, a Spec switch, or a Buddy Button (see separate entries). Any one of the input switches connected through the Switch Multiplier activates the device. The Switch Multiplier can be used with such devices as a po
The Nintendo and Super Nintendo Interface Modules, model 611 and 611-8, 614, 614-8, are control switch interface units designed for use with the Nintendo or Super Nintendo Entertainment System for individuals who are physically impaired. The units can be used with up to 8 external capability switches. The modules feature top mounted push buttons which can be used to override the actions of the external capability switches (by a teacher or therapist, for example).
The No Noise Switch, model 3NSSW, is a control switch interface unit designed for use with individuals with emotional or cognitive disabilities. This switch activates the connected toy or appliance as a reward for quiet, encouraging those who shout or scream to modify behavior. This unit includes a microphone and a sensitivity control.
The On/Off Module, module 581, is a switch adapter designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. When this module is connected between a switch-adapted device and two switches (not included), the module enables one switch to turn the device on and the second to turn the device off. The module is equipped with a combination 0.25-inch and 1/8-inch plug.
The PageBot for Kindle 2 is a switch interface for the Amazon Kindle 2 electronic book reader designed for use by individuals with neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spinal muscular atrophy, multiple sclerosis, stroke, arthritis, or repetitive strain injury. This switch interface works with all models of Amazon's 2nd Generation Kindle, including both the domestic (U.S.) wireless and international wireless models
The PageBot for Kindle DX is a switch interface for the Amazon Kindle eBook reader, designed for use by individuals with neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spinal muscular atrophy, multiple sclerosis, stroke, arthritis, or repetitive strain injury. This switch interface works with all models of Amazon’s Kindle DX, including both of the original white models. It enable individuals who cannot hold the Kindle or pr
The PageBot for Kindle Keyboard is a control switch interface for the Amazon Kindle electronic book reader, designed for use by individuals with neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spinal muscular atrophy, multiple sclerosis, stroke, arthritis, or repetitive strain injury. This switch interface works with all models of Amazon’s 3rd Generation Kindle, including the international wireless, WiFi, and Special Offer m
The PC Switch Interface is a control switch interface unit designed to support multiple switches and switch-ready computer programs. The unit allows the user to connect up to five switches and is designed to plug into the computer serial port. Four different configurations are offered; to switch between setups, the user presses a function key. COMPATIBILTY: For use on IBM and compatible computers.
The Pneumatic Switch is a wired multi-switch that allows the special needs user to activate up to two assistive technology devices through breath control, sip or puff.
The PowerLink 4 Control Unit is a control switch interface unit designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities or cerebral palsy. This unit enables switch users to control up to two electrical appliances with single switches. Six modes of control allow the user to define exactly how, and for how long, appliances will be turned on. The unit accepts any single switch, including AbleNet’s Big or Jelly Beamer wireless switches (see separate entries). The unit is se
The Push On/Push Off Module is a switch adapter designed to take momentary input from a single switch and converts it to latched on/off output for a switch operated device. Activating the switch once will turn the toy or device on. It remains on until the switch is activated again. POWER: Two "D" batteries. DIMENSIONS: 6.3 x 3.8 x 2.2 inches. WEIGHT: 14 ounces.
The Quick Connector "And Module", model 610, is a control switch interface unit designed to connect two switches with a toy or device for individuals with physical disabilities. Both switches must be activated simultaneously for the device to operate. One user may activate both switches, or two users may activate the switches cooperatively. The unit is equipped with a combination 0.25-inch and 1/8-inch plug.
The Sip & Puff System is a pneumatic control switch interface unit designed for use by individuals with neurological, upper extremity or severe physical disabilities, amputation, cerebral palsy, or quadriplegia. The system has a breath delivery system and a controller. The breath delivery system has a quick disconnect design with a small flexible gooseneck that may be adjusted to any position to be within easy reach of the user's mouth. This system will interface with all wheelchairs and to
The SS-ACCESS! is a single switch keyboard modification program designed for individuals with little or no hand mobility or strength. Simply plug the interface cable into the PC's serial port, plug the switch into the interface, run the support software and run the single switch software. A user-defined keyboard character is sent to the single switch application each time the user presses the switch. The package includes the switch interface, the support software, SS-DEMO game and an easy to fol
The Swifty USB Switch Interface is a switch interface designed to provide mouse or keyboard emulation for people with severe physical, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This device can output mouse clicks, joystick button actions, or keyboard functions. This device It accepts standard 3.5-millimeter (mm) stereo or mono plugs for directly connecting up to two adaptive switches. When used with Beam (not included; see separate entry), the device supports three inp
The Switch Interface Pro is a control input interface designed to enable individulas with upper extremity disabilities to operate computers using switches. This unit moves easily between Macintosh and personal computers (PC) and enables up to five single switches (not included) to be connected to control computer functions. The unit is preprogrammed with mouse clicks and keyboard functions. Macintosh users can access a mouse click and the numeric keys 0,1, 2, and 3. PC users can access arrow key
The Switch Module is a switch adapter designed to function as a communicator for individuals with communication disabilities. These self-contained modules accept one or more switches for activation and the messages can be recorded as often as needed. Model 1394 provides four, five-second messages and has .25-inch jacks; model 1394-8 has 1/8-inch jacks. Model 1411R offers eight, 2.5-second messages and is equipped with .25-inch jacks; model 1411-8R has 1/8-inch jacks. Model 1411 offers eight, fiv
The Switch Radio-Link is a switch interface unit designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This interface allows wireless connection of switches to computers, communication aids, toys, environmental controls, and other devices. The interface enables switches to be operated from anywhere within 12 feet, even through obstacles such as people and furniture. It works with all personal computer (PC) switch software that uses a standard switch interface,
The Switchamajig Controller is a control switch input interface that allows a person to use an Apple iPad to control remotely up to six switch ports on switch-adapted toys or appliances. The user connects the controller to the adapted item(s) using the included cables, and the Controller connects to an Apple iPad running the Switchamajig app (see separate entry) via WiFi. POWER: Requires 2 AA batteries (not included).
TabAccess is a Bluetooth switch interface for tablets designed for use by individuals with limited physical mobility and coordination. TabAccess enables interaction with tablet apps through connection of multiple accessible devices such as sip/puff, button switches, grasp switches. It is Android and iOS compatible. It is compatible with iOS 7 Switch Control Events. TabAccess can be mounted to power wheelchairs, adjustable beds, etc. No assembly is required for operation.
The Tecla Shield gives those with limited upper body mobility (due to disability or disease) access to their touchscreen devices. Tecla makes it possible to use iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, as well as computers. All are accessible via assistive buttons, switches or wheelchair driving controls.
The Tecla Shield DOS is a control switch input interface designed for people with fine motor control or upper extremity disabilities. The system allows a person to use adapted switches or the driving controls of their powered wheelchair to control remotely an Apple iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad or an Android tablet or smartphone. The Tecla Access app (see separate entry) is required to use the Tecla Shield DOS with an Android device. The switches or driving controls connect to the system using the
The Tecla Shield for iPhone & iPad is a control switch input interface designed for people with fine motor control or upper extremity disabilities. The system allows a person to use adapted switches or the driving controls of their powered wheelchair to control remotely an Apple iPhone or iPad. The switches or driving controls connect to the system using the included cables through the device’s six ports. The ports include 2 3.5-millimeter mono sockets, a D-Sub 9-pin male connector ECU port,
The Telephone Management System is a control switch interface unit and speakerphone designed to allow the user full use of telephone functions with a single switch. The user activates a switch twice to answer calls, and then once to end the call. When the user wants to make a call, the device cycles through types of functions, such as dial and redial, allowing the user time to select from these. Then the product cycles through the numbers, also allowing time for the user to make selections. If t
The Timer Module, model 600 and 600-8, is a switch adapter designed to set the amount of time a switch-operated device will remain on after the switch is activated for individuals with physical disabilities. The amount of time that the Module activates the device is adjustable from 0 to 30 seconds. Contact manufacturer for information on types of switches and connectors applicable for the Timer Module. POWER: 9-volt battery. DIMENSIONS: 2 x 3 x 1 inches.
The Universal Control Panel is a control input interface for electronic devices used by powered wheelchair users with physical or neurological disabilities. The control panel can be used on any powered wheelchair, and it can control almost any device on the chair, including MP3 players, CD players, radios, fans, and heaters. It also interfaces with all of the manufacturer's products, such as the IllumiRay Lighting System and the HydroFlush Mini (see separate entries). It has 3 powered 12-volt In
The Universal Module, model 615, 616 and 616-8, is a control switch interface unit that increases the flexibility of switch controls by providing alternate actions, intention delays and timed outputs for children with physical disabilities. There are 6 output possibilities that can be modified with or without intention delays: Alternate On/Off; Momentary; and Timed (can be used with one or two switches). With Alternate on/off, the initial switch closure turns on a connected device, the secondary
The Wireless Switch Link is a control input interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This unit is an infrared two-switch interface for remote computer operation. The device comprises a receiver that plugs into the serial port of a computer and a transmitter into which switches (not included) are plugged for use at a remote location.
WISP 2000 is a control switch interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This wireless device has built-in sip/puff capability and it can be used with any other ability switch connected to the built-in three millimeter stero jack to create wireless control. This switch can transmit two switch closures, and can be used as a remote switch interface for single switch scanning software or for any device controlled by a single or dual switch. WISP 2000 can also be us
The X10 2-Way Appliance Module, model AM14A, is an environmental control interface module designed for use by individuals with mobility or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This module allows remote control of appliances such as fans, air-conditioners, dehumidifiers, coffee pots, stereos, and TVs, and enables the user to determine automatically which X10-controlled appliances are turned on and which are turned off. The module is designed for use with X10-compatible computer int