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Switch Stand

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H-32 Switch Poser

The H-32 Switch Poser is a switch stand designed for use by individuals with neurological, fine motor, or upper extremity disabilities or cerebral palsy. This positioning stand has a base and a mounting surface on a flexible hinge. The base attaches to a smooth flat surface such as a tabletop through bottom suction. The switch (not included) attaches to the flat mounting surface with the included Super Velcro. Once attached, the switch can be adjusted to any angle from horizontal (flat) to verti

Sensitrac Flat Pad

The Sensitrac Flat Pad is a suction pad mounting system designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury or neurological disabilities, upper extremity disabilities, or fine motor disabilities. This micro pad can be used to hold ABLENet switches, buttons, touch pads and small communication devices up to 6 inches wide with flat bottoms. It can also be used to stop devices from moving when a user with uncontrolled movement hits the device. The pad consists of a hard plastic cover with Velcro

Switch Stand (Model Pvc-S)

The Switch Stand, model PVC-S, is a switch holder designed for use by children or adults with neurological or upper extremity disabilities. Velcro is used to attach a switch to the stand so the switch can be accessed using a forward or sideways motion. The stand is compatible with AbleNet Big Red and BIC Mack switches (not included; see entries).

Switch Tray

The Switch Tray is a switch stand designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. Velcro holds switches and switch mounts firmly in place in almost any position. It can be used in assessment situations where a wide variety of secure switch positions need to be tried. The tray is cushioned for comfort. SIZES: Desktop, medium, and small. DIMENSIONS: The Desktop model is 540 x 290 millimeters (mm), the medium model is 350 x 350 mm to fit many wheelchair trays, and t

Parent Category: Switch Interfaces

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