Category: eating disabilities

My Spoon

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My Spoon is a powered feeder designed for use by individuals with eating disabilities, spinal cord injury, upper extremity disabilities, or upper extremity amputation. This device allows users to eat most types of everyday food with minimal help from a caregiver. The user sits upright to be fed. A base unit sits on the table next to a dish with four comparments, and an arm raises food to the user's mouth. The device can operate in manual, semi-automatic, or automatic modes, with a joystick, button switch, or combination joystick/button switch controller. POWER: Uses 100 volt alternating current (100VAC) at 50/60 Hertz (Hz). Maximum power usage is 30 watts. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 25 x 37 x 28 centimeters (base unit). WEIGHT: 6 kilograms (base unit without attachments).


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Secom Co., Ltd.
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