Btx Tubular Motor (Tumo) Xcel Drapery System
The BTX Tubular Motor (Tumo) Xcel Drapery System is a powered drapery control system designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities. This plug-and-play automation system has a built-in radio receiver, an electronic controller, and a direct current (DC) motor capable of pulling up to 60 pounds of drapery fabric (120 pounds for tandem drive). The integrated radio allows for up to six systems or six groups of systems to be controlled by one remote. The electronic
Gentleman Sliding Door / Pocket Door / Window Operator
The Pocket Gentleman Door Operator is a powered pocket door kit designed to provide barrier free access for people with mobility issues. Although pocket doors create more space for wheel chairs, without automation, many clients are unable to operate the door for desired privacy. The operator allows manual use of the door by those not requiring the automatic opener. This kit includes the custom pneumatic opener integrated with track, Liftmaster MyQ wireless controls, 100 feet of air tubing, 12 VD
Makita Automatic Drapery Opener System
The Makita Automatic Drapery Opener System is a powered drapery control system designed for individuals with a physical disability. The system can carry over 60 pounds of draperies over a 20 foot span at a track speed of ten inches per second. Another motor can be added if this capacity needs to be exceeded. The Opener automatically self centers draperies and has an automatic stop. It also incorporates an automatic cut-off to help prevent motor overheating. The motor has a slip clutch mechanism
Motorized Doorglass Blinds (Models 684-Mrbl & 686-Mrbl)
Motorized Doorglass Blinds are windows with motorized blinds designed for use by individuals with limited strength or grasp. Blinds are built into a window frame that can be installed in a door or a wall, and are controlled by a touch pad in the side of the window frame. Blinds have metal slats that can be raised, lowered, or tilted to admit partial light with a single control, and can be adjusted from the top down or from the bottom up. The window has two panels of tempered safety glass that ar
NICETOWN Blackout Window Curtain Drapes for Nursery
NICETOWN Blackout Window Curtain Drapes for Nursery are designed for those individuals with sensitivity to light to block light for a more soothing environment. Two panels per package. The unique design of silvery grommet (1.6 inch inner diameter) creates casual elegance for your house, which makes the curtains easy to install and slide. 100 percent blackout. Noise reducing.
Window Ease Actuator
The Window Ease Actuator is a window opening aid designed to facilitate opening windows in compliance with ADA standards. This rotary crank mechanism reduces a 31-pound actuating force to under 5 pounds. The crank has a round knob 2 inches in diameter, and requires approximately 7 rotations to open a window to a height of 24 inches in seconds. Due to the ease of operation, this device may be used by persons with disabilities, limited arm strength or manual dexterity, or by individuals in the eve
Window Gentleman Double-Hung And Sliding Window
The Window Gentleman is a powered window operator designed for use by people with upper extremity, mobility, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injuries. The operator allows manual use of the window by those not requiring the automatic opener. This kit includes the custom pneumatic opener, Liftmaster MyQ wireless controls, 100 feet of air tubing, 12 VDC control box, 12 VDC power supply, air compressor fitting, and mounting hardware.
Window Opening Aid.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Small block and tackle rigged to allow a person with downward but not upward arm strength to open a window. Block and tackle pulley device attached to a window to allow it to be opened by a person with little upward movement arm strength. The device also reduces the force necessary to open the window. Includes drawing. COMMENTS: For further information Contact Leonard Anderson, Cerebral Palsy Research Foundation of Kansas, Rehabilitation Engineering Ce