The Proximity Sensor Interface is a flexible device allowing people with high level needs to access wheelchair controls, communication devices and environment control devices using sensor switches. It is designed to accept specialised sensor switches, momentary switches and a combination of those.
Extra product information
Integrates with PG Drives Technology Wheelchair Controls, Dynamic Wheelchair Control Systems, WISE DX specialised control system, environment control systems and communication devices
Operates proximity type switches, fibre optic & capacitive and momentary
Can be mounted on a desk top with 12V power supply for operating communication devices, mouse movers
Multiple types of switches can be used in combination to control many devices
Variety of kits to make set up easier
Own mounting systems for full client - control integration
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Proximity Sensor Interface: One model only
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