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Adaptive Computer Control Technologies Inc.

247 - 2628 Granville Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 4B4
Canada
Telephone: 866-411-2228 or 604-731-8860.
Fax: 866-801-5302.
Web: http://www.acctinc.ca.
Email: info@acctinc.ca.

Products manufactured by Adaptive Computer Control Technologies Inc. (listed alphabetically)

  1. INDEMOUSE Picture of INDEMOUSE

    IndeMouse is a mouse or track ball interface designed for use by individuals with arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, cerebral palsy, or fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. This USB device translates movements of a pointing device, such as a mouse or track ball (not included), into mouse functions such as click, double-click, or drag. It can be used by individuals who are able to move a pointing device but who have difficulty clicking a button or holding one down. This plug-and-play system comes with a display unit, four Velcro tabs, a USB cable, and a control module. POWER: Uses an alternating current (AC) adapter (included). COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM or compatible computers or on Apple Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: USB port and mouse or trackball.

  2. LIPSYNC (MODELS L1, L2, L3, & L4) Picture of LIPSYNC (MODELS L1, L2, L3, & L4)

    Lipsync is a mouth operated mouse designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. A mouth-operated joystick enables the user to move the cursor, while sipping and puffing triggers clicking and right clicking. The unit has a compact design for mobile computing and requires no software or drivers. Features include a green LED to provide visual feedback for left click, a red LED to provide visual feedback for right click, cursor speed adjustment, and a flexible stem for position adjustment. The unit uses sterile, disposable mouthpieces for multi-user environments. Model L1 is the mouse only; model L2 includes the mouse and switch jacks for clicking; model L3 includes the mouse and a Daessy stem mount with desk clamp; and, model L4 includes the mouse, switch jacks, and a Daessy stem mount with desk clamp. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible personal computers (PC) or Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: USB port.

  3. TOWERPOWER Picture of TOWERPOWER

    Tower-Power is a computer switch adapter designed for use by individuals with cerebral palsy, neurological or upper extremity disabilities, or spinal cord injury. The device is mounted over the power button on a PC, and connected to a switch (not included) placed where the user can reach. This enables the user to turn on the power from a more convenient position, or using a switch that requires less dexterity or force. This device comes with solenoid casing (aluminum housing with LED light), a Velcro strap, and an Allen key. COMPATIBILITY: For use on most desktop computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Desktop computer with "soft-touch" power button and a switch with a standard 1/8 inch (3.5 millimeter) mono jack.

Products distributed by Adaptive Computer Control Technologies Inc. (listed alphabetically)

  1. DAESSY ACCESSIBLE WORKSTATION - DOUBLE SURFACE TABLE Picture of DAESSY ACCESSIBLE WORKSTATION - DOUBLE SURFACE TABLE

    The Daessy Accessible Workstation - Double Surface Table is a height adjustable computer desk designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. This workstation has two independently height- adjustable surfaces with clear access underneath for a user seated in a wheelchair. The frame is made from welded, plastic-coated tubular steel, and the table surface is made from arborite laminated MDF board. OPTIONS: CPU bracket, double locking casters, front surface tilt andVelcro keyboard straps. DIMENSIONS: The height adjusts from 26 to 38 inches, the overall width is 47 inches with crank handles, and the work surface is 28 x 44 inches. CAPACITY: 120 pounds.

  2. DAESSY ACCESSIBLE WORKSTATION - SINGLE SURFACE TABLE Picture of DAESSY ACCESSIBLE WORKSTATION - SINGLE SURFACE TABLE

    The Daessy Accessible Workstation - Single Surface Table is a height-adjustable computer desk designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities, spinal cord injury, or low vision. The height-adjustable work surface makes this table accessible to a user seated in a wheelchair, while an optional keyboard surface allows users with low vision closer access to a monitor located on the main surface. The frame is made from welded, plastic-coated tubular steel, and the table surface is made from arborite laminated MDF board. OPTIONS: CPU bracket, double locking casters, keyboard surface, and Velcro keyboard straps. DIMENSIONS: The table without the keyboard surface option adjusts from 26 to 38 inches high, the overall width is 47 inches with crank handles, and the work surface is 28 x 44 inches. The table with the keyboard surface option adjusts from 30 to 42 inches high, the width is 47 inches with crank handle, the work surface is 20 x 44 inches, and the keyboard surface is 14 x 44 inches. CAPACITY: 120 pounds for the work surface and 10 pounds for the keyboard surface.

  3. ERGODEX DX-1 PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD Picture of ERGODEX DX-1 PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD

    The Ergodex DX-1 Adaptive Keyboard is a keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with severe physical, upper extremity, vision or cognitive disabilities. This keyboard consists of a tablet and 25 adhesive-backed keys. Although the adhesive forms a strong bond, the keys can be moved by twisting them off, enabling them to be moved around on the surface. The keys are programmable to perform any number of tasks, including controlling single or multiple functions such as moving entire blocks of text, launching web sites, performing operations that otherwise require multiple key combinations, or performing double mouse clicks with a single touch. The system includes the DX1 Pad, the DX1 Tray, keys numbered 1 through 25, a blank label sheet, a printed label sheet, an installation CD, and a QuickStart Guide. OPTIONS: A set of replacement keys (1 through 25), Key Set 2 numbered 26 through 50 that can be programmed separately, and a replacement key tray. DIMENSIONS: The tray is 9 x 11 inches. WARRANTY: Limited warranty.

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