1. Available

    Switch Interface Pro

    It requires no software and can be used with both Windows and Macintosh computers. Five ports allow you to plug in multiple switches and provide the flexibility of emulating everything from a single-click to a return. Consequently, your students gain access to the widest variety of switch-accessible software available.

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    Sound Activated Switch

    Easily adjustable! This ultra-sensitive switch responds to a whisper or a loud clap. You can easily set the sound sensitivity to which the switch will respond. In the timed mode, you can adjust the length of time the switch will stay on after the initial activation (1-120 seconds). In the latch mode, the first sound will activate a device and the second will turn it off. In the momentary mode, the device is activated for the duration of sound detection.

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    Pererro iOS Switch Adapter

    Pererro is an advanced interface device which allows access to Apple iOS devices via a switch, permitting you to utilize the majority of features on the device such as Phone, Messaging, Email & Social Networking applications, without the need to touch the screen.

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    PageBot for Kindle DX

    PageBot for Kindle products enable the independent reading of books and other long form documents by people who cannot hold the Kindle or press its buttons.

    PageBot combines a secure and adjustable mount, dual integrated actuators for the Kindle Next Page and Previous Page buttons, and a built-in intelligent drive circuit that can directly interface to a wide variety of adaptive switches.

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    Papoo Switch USB

    As you only have to wave any body part next to it, it fits the need of people lacking strenght in one or several limbs. It detects your hand, foot, cheek and so on up to 1 cm and gets automatically activated. Therefore PapooSwitch can drive a wheelchair, ease the use of AAC devices or be used as a nurse call. Contrary to basic switches you are able to define several parameters. You can adjust the backlighting, the visual feedback and the sensitivity to match your special needs better.

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SMATC Loan Program

This project is funded through the STAR Program by the Rehabilitation Services Administration under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended in 2004 (P.L. 108-364). $47,000 of this project is financed with Federal Funds. Content of this publication does not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the STAR Program or the Minnesota Department of Administration or Rehabilitation Services Administration.

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For more info contact:
Lydell Peterson