Sensor Switch

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Asl Adjustable Photo-Electric Sensor With Mono Port (Model Asl209-M)

The ASL Adjustable Photo-Electric Sensor with Mono Port, model ASL209_M, is a photo-electric power wheelchair control switch designed for use by individuals with gross motor disabilities or mobility disabilities. This adjustable photo- electric switch can be used on a power wheelchair with ASL proportional driving controls, or for non-driving purposes. It requires the addition of an appropriate ASL 804 power source cable to receive power from the power wheelchair, and can be used with all power

Asl Adjustable Proximity Sensor With Mono Port (Model Asl208_M)

The ASL Adjustable Proximity Sensor with mono port, model ASL208_M, is a sensor switch designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, neurological disabilities, or severe physical disabilities. This "no touch" proximity switch has an adjustable "void space" range, which allows the switch to function when mounted under a surface up to a half-inch thick, thus allowing the proximity field to begin above the voided area (for example, the surface of a tray). This switch works with

Asl Fiber Optic Sensor With Mono Port (Model Asl202-M)

The ASL Fiber Optic Sensor with Mono Port, model ASL202_M, is a sensor switch designed for use by individuals with mobility, communication, or severe physical disabilities. This single function switch has an adjustable activation range from touch to 2.5 inches, with a round target area. This fiber optic switch can be programmed for either normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC) operation. In the NO mode, switch activation occurs when an object is detected in the adjusted range. In the NC mode

Asl Proximity Sensor With Mono Port (Model Asl204-M)

The ASL Proximity Sensor with Mono Port, model ASL204-M, is a sensor switch designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This "no touch" switch can be used with ASL proportional driver controls with power wheelchairs or for non driving purposes such as computer control. This single function switch has an activation range of touch to half inch. Activation occurs when it senses a hand or another part of the body in the activation area. This switch is intended to be used throu

Fiber Optic Sensor With 3 Pin Connector (Model Asl 202-3 Pin)

The Fiber Optic Sensor with 3 Pin Connector, model ASL 202-3 PIN, is a sensor switch designed for use by individuals who require a small, fine, no force switch type. This single function fiber optic sensor switch has a round target area with an adjustable activation range from touch to 2.5 inches. It can be programmed for either normally open or normally closed operation. In the normally open (NO) mode, switch activation occurs when an object is detected in the selected range. In the normally c

Movement Sensor Switch (Model 655)

The Movement Sensor Switch, model 655, is a motion detection switch designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and other physical disabilities. This switch operates in momentary, latched, or timer mode and activates the attached toy or appliance with the slightest movement in front of the sensor.

Normally Open Sensing Cells (Model No-1)

The Normally Open Sensing Cells, models NO-1 is a low-profile, sealed sensing switches in wafer form. It feature 2.5 pounds nominal sensitivity with positive bottoming to withstand continuous body weight, and a water resistant sealed casing. This switch can be mounted using Mastic cement, epoxy, DA-12 tape, or the optional metal holder. OPTIONS: Metal holder. DIMENSIONS: 1.5 inch in diameter. COLOR: Black.

Proximity Sensor (Model Prx-101)

The Proximity Sensor, model PRX-101, is a sensor switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This single-function switch requires no touch or pressure. This proximity switch can detect something that has an electronic capacitance, such as a hand or finger up to one-quarter inch away. When used with a sensor output and a power supply, this sensor gives the user switch access to a number of components using a 1/8 mono jack. POW

Proximity Sensor (Model Prx-102)

The Proximity Sensor, model PRX-102, is a sensor switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This single-function switch requires no touch or pressure. This proximity switch can detect something that has an electronic capacitance, such as a hand or finger up to one-quarter inch away. When used with a sensor output and a power supply, this sensor gives the user switch access to a number of components using a 1/8 mono jack. POW

Proximity Sensor (Model Prx-103)

The Proximity Sensor, model PRX-103, is a sensor switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This non-adjustable single-function switch requires no touch or pressure. This proximity switch can detect something that has an electronic capacitance, such as a hand or finger up to one-quarter inch away. This sensor ignores non-capacitive materials and is mountable on a headrest or tray. When used with a sensor output and a power s

Proximity Sensor (Prx-104)

The Proximity Sensor, model PRX-104, is a sensor switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This adjustable single-function switch requires no touch or pressure. This proximity switch can detect something that has an electronic capacitance, such as a hand or finger up to one-quarter inch away. This sensor ignores non-capacitive materials and is mountable on a headrest or tray. When used with a sensor output and a power suppl

Single Sensor Switch

The Single Sensor Switch is an motion activated sensor and eyebrow switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. This switch's sensor is attached to a person's forehead or eyebrow, elsewhere on the head, or to another part of the body. The user activates the switch by moving the part of body to which the sensor is attached, such as raising the eyebrow. The round sensor responds to slight changes in pressure, including twitches and

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