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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 02/2013) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. ---The Vibration Switch, model VBS-102, is a touch switch designed to activate any battery operated device by tapping on the surface that the switch is contact with for individuals with with limited movement or motor control. Essentially, the Vibration Switch turns any table or counter top into a tap sensitive switch. With variable sensitivity, the device requires as little as a fingernail tap or as much as a hard pound directly next to the unit or on the unit itself. There are three output modes: momentary, latched, or timed. In timer mode, the output will "time-out" even if continual input is provided. POWER: Runs on standard 9 volt battery. DIMENSIONS: Measures 3 x 4 x 2 inches. WEIGHT: Weighs 0.5 pounds.

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This product record was updated on February 28, 2013.

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Adaptivation, Inc.

2225 West 50th, Suite 100
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57105
United States
Telephone: 800-723-2783 or 605-335-4445.
Fax: 605-335-4446.

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Laetare Solutions

2409 BelAir Drive
Bowie, Maryland 20715
United States
Telephone: 800-HOORAY-4.
Fax: 301-809-9307.

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