This switch works best when eye-blinking is the only movement the user is able to perform. The sensor is capable of discriminating between random eye-blinks and purposeful controlled eye-blinks. A head strap is included and the device can also be used with other body parts in fibre-optic mode. This sensor can only be used in conjunction with the AMDi custom designed rechargeable Power Control Module.
Extra product information
RANGE: Sensing range of 0.6cm (1/4").
INTERFACE: 3.5mm male monoplug.
OPERATION: This switch is designed to detect purposeful eye-blinks.
METHOD OF USE: The sensor is capable of discriminating between random eye-blinks and purposeful controlled eye-blinks. A head strap is included and the device can also be used with other body parts in fibre-optic mode.
Can be used to operate a range of equipment that is designed for switch control including communication devices, computer software and environmental control equipment.
COMMENTS: This sensor can only be used in conjunction with the AMDi custom designed rechargeable Power Control Module
AMDI, United States of America
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Models / Specifications
Model Eye-Blink Sensor : Sensor only, requires Power Control Module to operate
Model Eye-Blink Sensor Switch Kit: Kit is supplied with a Power Control Module
- Length 19 mm
- Diameter 6 mm
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