Kgs Automatic Braille Labeler

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The KGS Automatic Braille Labeler is designed to produce Braille labels for individuals who are blind or deaf blind or have low vision. This labeler can be used by persons with no Braille experience. It makes transparent single-line labels, which can be used to label hotel keys, signs, simple maps, cassettes, CD cases, vending machines, telephones, and other items. To make a label, the user selects grade 1 (the default) or grade 2 Braille, then chooses individual letters, numbers, and punctuation marks from a small visual screen. Text can be edited and stored in the unit's memory. When the user tells the Braille Labeler to emboss the label, the unit indicates how well the text will fit on the three available label sizes. The user then inserts the appropriate label and prints. When its backing is peeled off, the specially designed clear tape label sticks to most surfaces without obscuring any type or graphics beneath. POWER: Uses 120 volts alternating current (AC). OPTIONS: Labels for 7, 15, or 25 Braille characters in packs of 250. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 2.5 x 9.5 x 6.75 inches. WEIGHT: 4 pounds. WARRANTY: One year.


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