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Dot View Series Tactile Graphics Display (Model Dv-2)

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The Dot View Series Tactile Graphics Display, model DV-2, is a tactile graphics display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This device is capable of converting graphical information from a computer screen into touchable images in real time. It can display text characters and braille; maps, animal figures, and other line art; scanned photographs and images from digital cameras; and moving images. Operations such as click and drag with the computer mouse, scrolling, magnification, and reduction can also be displayed. The display has 1536 active pins in a 32 x 48 dot display matrix. Front panel function keys include a four-directional joystick (used mainly for scrolling), and six multi-purpose function buttons. Side panel function keys include four arrow keys (for up-down, left-right screen movements), and three multi-purpose function buttons. The display has a Universal Serial Bus port (USB Ver. 1.1). POWER: Uses an alternating current (AC) adapter with 100 - 240 volts AC, 50/60 Hertz (Hz) input and 5 volts direct current (DC), 2 amp output. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 2.4 x 5.9 x 7.9 inches. WEIGHT: The main unit weighs 3.3 pounds and the AC adapter weighs 7 ounces.

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11/09/2009
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Dot View Series Tactile Graphics Display (Model Dv-2)

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Kgs Corporation
Kgs Corporation Organization Type: 
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Email address: info@kgs-jpn.co.jp
Fax: -7821
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Web Address: 
http://www.kgs-jpn.co.jp
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Blind & Low Vision
 
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