The Clip Talk is a lightweight recorded speech device that clips onto a wheelchair or other surface. Record either one 20-second message, or two10-second messages. The Clip Talk contains a spring reinforced clip that automatically snaps onto a wheelchair, walker, pusher or bedrail. Activation is via built in buttons, or external switches via ports.
Enabling Devices, USA
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- Manufacturer Website: Enabling Devices - http://enablingdevices.com/catalog/assistive_technology_devices_used_in_education/wrist-clip-communicators/clip-talk
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Clip Talk: One model only
- Height Overall 165 mm
- Depth Overall 100 mm
- Memory Time 20 s
- Number of messages able to be recorded 2 units
- Memory Time Per Message Cell 10 s - 20 s (1x 20s message or 2x 10s messages)
- Weight Overall 227 g
- Number of Switch Inputs 2 units
- Width Overall 135 mm
Contact listed suppliers to confirm features, options and models available.
Speech Generating Device Mounting & Positioning
In Built Mounting Options:
- Direct selection
- External switch
Manuals and support material :
- included with product
- four batteries
- digitised recorded human voice
- Front forward firing
Set Up or Installation
Connections and ports :
- switch port
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