The CentroFlex Ribbon Switches are vinyl-coated momentary type switches for pilot, control, or low power duty. The switches offer Press-at-Any-Point control and are self-bottoming. A wide range of pressure sensitivities, sheathing materials, switch lengths, end terminating seals, exterior colors, and lead wire cominations are avaialble. Nominal sensitivies of 40, 12, and 8 ounces are standard. All models are sealed for moisture and chemical resistance. All switches are available adhesive backed.
The ControFlex Foot Switches are waterproof, sealed vinyl foot-operated momentary switches. They are rated at 100 watts and 5 pounds nominal foot pressure and feature normally open contacts. Model 111 has an operating force of 5 pounds; model 111-B is more sensitive with an operating force of 1.5 pounds. The lead wire for both models is 18 AWG and 6 feet long. The switches will operate at temperatures up to 150 degrees Fahrenheit and to 0 degrees Fahrenheit or below. DIMENSIONS: Switches are 2 x
The Flex Switch is squeeze switch designed for use by individuals with limited upper limb mobility. It is a single switch operated by bending the flexible rubber tip 0.5 inches in any direction, with an activating force of 6.5 ounces. The switch provides tactile and auditory feedback. The Flex Switch comes mounted on an angled metal rod to facilitate positioning. The rubber tip can be removed and rotated. It can be mounted on a wheelchair or table.
The Gooshy Switch is a touch switch designed for us by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. This large switch has a durable, squeezable, pillow-like top with a sparkling surface. Model 634 is a momentary switch that activates a connected toy or device while pressed. Model 635 adds vibration when the switch is activated. Model 636 provides lights, music, and vibration and can be used with a connected device or alone as a sensory toy. power: Uses two double-A batteries
The Leaf Switch, model 58600, is a lever switch designed for individuals with limited upper limb mobility. It is a single switch operated by pressing one side of the leaf. The tip of the leaf requires a quarter-inch of movement for operation and it provides tactile and auditory feedback. This switch has a removable foam pad. Mounting requires additional tubular mounting hardware. DIMENSIONS: The leaf measures 3 inches in diameter by 0.5 inches. The tube measures 13 inches long by 0.5 inches diam
The LifeBreath Switch, model 1062, is a pneumatic switch designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and other physical disabilities. Gently blowing into the switch activates attached external devices. The switch is attached to a gooseneck with a universal clamp. This switch operates in latch, momentary, or timer mode. The timer adjusts from zero to two minutes. POWER: Uses nine-volt direct current. DIMENSIONS: The gooseneck is 19 inches long.
The Movement Sensor Switch, model 655, is a motion detection switch designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and other physical disabilities. This switch operates in momentary, latched, or timer mode and activates the attached toy or appliance with the slightest movement in front of the sensor.
The nexGen Encased Linear Switch is a touch switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This momentary-contact, press-at-any-point linear switch is encased in a rugged Lexan housing to withstand being kicked, hit, or kneed to operate. DIMENSIONS: Available in standard lengths up to 72 inches. OPTIONS: Custom color, graphics, and labels. COLOR: The housing is clear.
The Oval Texture Switch, models 711-S, 711-M, and 711-X, are touch switches designed for use by children with physical or neurological disabilities. Available in two sizes, the switch's bumpy surface invites touch and switch activation. Model 711-X comes with a connector box that allows the switch to operate in momentary, timed, or latch modes. In momentary mode, the toy or device stays on as long as the user maintains pressure on the switch. In latch mode, the toy or device turns on when the sw
The Sensor Switch Kit, model 1066, is a motion detection switch designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and physical disabilities. This switch can be used to operate one or two devices and allows the sensors to be placed where the user has the most control. The sensitivity of the switch can be adjusted to increase or decrease the amount of movement required for switch activation. A light and audible tone provide feedback when a switch closure is made. This switch operates in momenta
The Shape Switch is a touch switch designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, cognitive, fine motor, or neurological disabilities. This switch has an impression in the top to accept a specific shape; when the correct shape is placed in the impression, an attached toy or appliance is activated. The sets include the switch and the corresponding shape(s) with a handle on each shape. Model 940 has two shapes and model 950 has three shapes.
The Spinning Wheel Switch, model 2044, is a momentary switch designed for use by children with upper extremity and neurological disabilities. When the wheel is spun, the large red lens in the center lights up, music plays, and the unit vibrates. When a toy or appliance is connected, the unit acts as an on/off switch.
The Switch Latch and Timer is a switch module providing timed, latched, or momentary switch activation to enable individuals with upper extremity disabilities to operate switch adapted toys, appliances, and other devices. The unit offers a choice of modes, including timed use, switch latching, or momentary switching, and it can accommodate two switches and devices. The package includes the timer unit and a toy cable. POWER: Batteries (included).
The Twitch Switch, model 1061, is an eyebrow switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This switch is activated by a small muscle movement such as wrinkling the forehead or raising an eyebrow; the amount of muscle movement required for activation can be adjusted for increased or decreased movement. This switch operates in latching, momentary, or timed mode. The latch mode operates an attached device until the
The Vibration Switch/Latch/Timer is designed for use by individuals with limited movement or motor control. The unit offers switch, latch, or timer modes and, when placed on a flat surface, will activate a connected toy or device with a light tapping of one finger on that flat surface. In the timer mode, the timer output will end at the set time even with continuous input.