Foot Pedal

Results: 3

Izi-Flow

IZI-flow is a hands-free faucet control designed to allow individuals with fine motor, grasping, or upper extremity disabilities to control a faucet. The IZI-flow is a mechanical valve that is connected to the faucet's water input(s) under the sink and controlled by a mechanical foot pedal (included). The flow speed and temperature are still set using the faucet's handle(s) or knob(s). The user turns on the faucet by depressing the foot pedal and turns it off by releasing the pedal. The IZI-flow

Modified Foot Pedal.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Modification reduces the amount of travel needed to activate a foot pedal. A microswitch activated electric solenoid is attached to the chair operated by foot pedal, so it pulls on the chair in the same way as the pedal. Used to control the foot pedals on several machines in a garment manufacturing factory. SKILLS REQUIRED: Electrical. AUTHOR: Gugerty, J.; Tindall, L. TITLE: Tools, Equipment & Machinery Adapted for the Vocational Education & Em

Smart Video Foot Pedal

The Smart Video Foot Pedal is a foot pedal designed for use by individuals with low vision. It enables the user of Beyond Sight's Visionary PC computer-linked desktop CCTV/video magnifiers (see separate entries) to switch between viewing personal computer (PC) output and viewing enlarged text and other magnified images from the CCTV camera.

Parent Category: Body Position Switches
 
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