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4-Choice Sequential Scanner For The Visually Impaired (Model 1247)

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The 4-Choice Sequential Scanner for the Visually Impaired, model 1247, is a scanning communicator designed for use by individuals with communication disabilities or low vision. This communicator can display up to four brightly illuminated icons simultaneously. It is mounted on a 19-inch gooseneck that can be fastened to the edge of a table or desk with a clamp or used on a table-or desktop with a base with a storage compartment. The gooseneck, clamp and base are included as is a carrying handle. The 4-Choice Sequential Scanner features adjustable scanning speed of 1 to 12 seconds; 12 levels; optional auditory cueing; two jacks for one- or two-switch scanning; and four scanning modes (inverse, automatic, two switch, and step). It also offers volume control 300 seconds of recording time, and a recordable level announcer. The communicator requires one or two capability switches (not included). POWER: Uses 2 C and 4 AA batteries. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 6 x 16 x 2.5 inches (Communicator) 4 x 17 x 5.75 inches (Base).

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Price: 
394.95
as of: 
09/15/2013
4-Choice Sequential Scanner For The Visually Impaired (Model 1247)

Made By:

Enabling Devices
Enabling Devices Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
50 Broadway
10532 Hawthorne , NY United States
Email address: sales@enablingdevices.com
Phone: 800-832-8697
Fax: 914-747-3509
New York US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
914-747-3070
Web Address: 
http://www.enablingdevices.com
Tags: 
Controls, Vocational Management, Therapeutic Aids, Blind & Low Vision, Recreation, Personal Care, Computers, Wheeled Mobility
 
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