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The Keyboard Frame is a keyboard interface designed to allow users with limited arm movement to adjust the positioning of a computer keyboard and to facilitate access by wheelchair users. The device consists of a steel frame with two arms fixed to a 3/4-inch steel tube. The frame swivels on a steel plate which locks using a 2-inch wing nut. The whole device is attached to a desktop utilizing a standard C-clamp. PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT: Designed by John Duffus for persons who find standard keyboard positions difficult or inaccessible to use. This device is intended to position the keyboard over a chair so that it can be operated with one hand, or a mouthstick. DIMENSIONS: Each of the steel arms are 9 inches long.
Notes: Tetra is a voluntary organization which links persons with disabilities, technical volunteers, professional engineers, technicians, and tradesmen. Persons interested in this device should contact Tetra.
Price: Contact manufacturer.
This product record was updated on August 11, 2003.
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Tetra Society of North AmericaThe purpose of Tetra is to recruit skilled volunteer engineers and technicians to create assistive devices for people with disabilities. Volunteer engineers, design technicians, and health professionals work one to one with their clients to make assistive aids or modifications to their environments.
3077 Granville Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 3J9
Telephone: 877-688-8762 or 604-688-6464.
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