The Pneumatic Switch is a sip and puff switch. It is a dual switch, to activate one switch the user "sips" and to activate the other switch the user "puffs". An internal saliva trap allows for ease of cleaning. The pneumatic switch is available in two lengths - short and long.
Extra product information
METHOD OF USE: - Individualised positioning and mounting of switch is required to ensure Sip or Puff Switch is accessible to user`s mouth when required.
- Can be used to operate a variety of equipment that is designed for switch control including communication devices, computer software, environmental control.
OPERATION: - The switch is activated by the detection of change in air pressure via sipping or puffing.
- The pressure required to operate the switch is not adjustable.
- Use breath control in (sip) or out (puff) to activate this switch.
- This is a single function switch - so you need to choose either sip or puff to activate.
- Includes a gooseneck mounting arm with table or wheelchair clamps, tubing and spare mouth tubes.
FEEDBACK: - Device or appliance activation signals success of switch use.
TASH/United States of America
Contact Supplier for Details
- Tash Pneumatic Switch - http:// http://www.turningpointtechnology.com/Sx/SxDual.asp
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Short Pneumatic Switch: Short 13cm neck
- Activation Pressure 3 g
- Length Overall 125 mm
Model Long Pneumatic Switch : Long 36cm neck
- Activation Pressure 3 g
- Length Overall 350 mm
Contact listed suppliers to confirm features, options and models available.
Set Up or Installation
- 3.5mm / 1/8 Stereo
Standard Features Included
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