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Accessibility Services, Inc.

6360 S. Suncoast Blvd
Homosassa, Florida 34446
United States
Telephone: 800-933-8400 or 727-546-1294.
Fax: 888-410-8958.

Products distributed by Accessibility Services, Inc. (listed alphabetically)

  1. PNEUMATIC SWITCH (MODELS 51000 & 51010) Picture of PNEUMATIC SWITCH (MODELS 51000 & 51010)

    The Pneumatic Switch is a dual switch designed to be activated by breathing through a tube for individuals with severe physical disabilities. Sipping on the switch activates one switch; puffing activates the other. This switch has an internal saliva trap which can be easily cleaned and the mouthpiece is a disposable straw. There are two models available: the Pneumatic-short (model 5100); and the Pneumatic-long with an extended tube for swivel clamp mounting (model 5105). DIMENSIONS: The short model measures 6 inches long x 1 inch diameter; the long model measures 16 inches long x 1 inch diameter. WEIGHT: 8 ounces.

  2. WAFER SWITCH (MODEL 50180) Picture of WAFER SWITCH (MODEL 50180)

    The Wafer Switch, model 50180, is a touch switch designed with five membrane switches in one low-profile housing designed for use by individuals with gross motor skill use and a large range of motion. This switch is a multiple switch used to control any device that requires five single switches for operation, such a as a wheelchair or a communication aid. It may also be used to control up to five separate devices which are operated with a single switch. This switch has five large, slightly recessed membrane switches, each marked with a different direction for cursor control or joystick emulation. The switch does not provide tactile or auditory feedback. DIMENSIONS: 15.5 x 6 x 0.5 inches. The pressure plates are 2.25 inches in diameter. WEIGHT: 8 ounces.

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