NEW Plate Switch

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About This Product

The new Plate accessibility switch has an activation surface 350% larger than the previous version. The low profile makes it perfect for users who are unable to lift their hand or finger to activate a traditional accessibility switch. To use, slide the hand or foot over the activation surface and apply a few ounces of pressure to activate.

Plate accessibility switch features:

  • Ultra-low profile (2.5-mm thick)
  • Sealed surface protects against moisture
  • Includes red, green, yellow, blue, and orange adhesive-backed overlays

  • Switch Type: Mechanical
  • Connection Type: Wired
  • Cord Length: 57-in (144-cm)
  • Activation Type: Pressure
  • Activation Surface: 3.15-in by 3.15-in (80-mm by 80-mm)
  • Activation Force: 4-oz (114-g)
  • Travel Before Activation: N/A
  • Feedback: None
  • Plug Size: 1/8-in (3.5-mm) TS/mono
  • Mounting Plate: Universal Mounting Plate
  • Activation surface: 3.15-in by 3.15-in (80-mm by 80-mm)
  • Activation force: 4-oz (114-g)
  • 1/8-in (3.5-mm) mono/TS plug
  • Product Dimensions: 3.35-in L x 3.35-in W x 0.248-in H
    (8.6-cm L x 8.6-cm W x 0.7-cm H)

What is a switch?
A switch is a device used for making or braking connection of an electronic circuit. The most common form of switch is a household light switch, though all switches can vary in shape, size, and style.

What are typical uses of switches?
Switches can be used in a variety of ways and with a variety of devices.

When using switches in an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) setting, they are commonly used as external inputs for speech generating devices (SGDs), computer and iPad switch interfaces, and switch adapted toys.

This product is compliant with Medical Device Regulation 2017/45. Click here to download the declaration of conformity.

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