A smaller version of the Cup Switch for users with good targeting ability. Easily activated with finger or chin. Includes five colored stickers. Auditory and tactile feedback. (1 inch diameter)
Adjustable pressure sensor, turning the top of the sensor clockwise and counterclockwise, you can increase or decrease the force required to trigger activation: there are 15 different adjustment positions.
A smooth and soft foam surface makes this switch suitable for head or cheek activation. Easily fastens to a pillow or wheelchair cushion with safety pin and Velcro®. Auditory and tactile feedback.
Sensor for use by head.
Activate this tube shaped switch with a squeeze or pinch. User must be able to release the grip in approximately 2 seconds to prevent switch latching.
Activated by bending the black rubber tip in any direction up, down, forward and backward! Attached tubing is bent to aid positioning. Tactile and auditory feedback. Requires mounting.
Designed to meet the rugged needs of wheelchair users. Waterproof and dust proof. Tough enough for use in any environment. Available in five colors. The design accommodates mounting on a flat surface with all mounting solutions included in the price.
FINGERBUTTON is a pressure sensor positioned on the index through the use of the velcro strip that contains it, is preferably activated by a slight pressure from the thumb.
Sensors are characterized by a thickness of only 3 mm and an actuation force of just 35 grams.
Wireless switch jelly breamer.
This dual switch is activated with either a "sip" or "puff" of the lips. Features internal saliva trap for cleaning. Pneumatic-short (5"/12.5cm neck)
This device is able to perceive even slight muscle movements and transform them into an output signal, a sensor is able to "transform" into a command of the contraction of a muscle.