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ISO 9999 - Class and subclasses

22   ASSISTIVE PRODUCTS FOR COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION

Click on a subclass to see the divisions that fall under that subclass.

22 03 Assistive products for seeing

Included are, e.g., magnifying devices.

22 06 Assistive products for hearing

Devices for concentrating, amplifying and modulating sound for a person with hearing disabilities.
Included are, e.g., hearing aids with built-in tinnitus masking and induction coil devices.
Sound stimulators, see 04 27 15.
Induction loop devices, see 22 18 30.

22 09 Assistive products for voice production

Devices for assisting a person who has insufficient voice power to speak and use his/her own voice.
Microphones, see 22 18 33.
Loudspeakers, see 22 18 36.

22 12 Assistive products for drawing and writing

Devices to assist a person to convey information by producing figures, symbols or language.
Weighted cuffs, see 04 48 18.
Training materials for developing writing skills, see 05 03 09.
Assistive products for training in drawing and painting skills, see 05 24 06.
Tactile maps, see 12 39 15.

22 15 Assistive products for calculation

Computers and terminals, see 22 33 00.

22 18 Assistive products that record, play and display audio, visual or audiovisual information using electronic media

Devices that record or deliver information in audio or visual formats, and products that combine any of those functions.
Included are, e.g., audio and video equipment, televisions, sound transmission systems, and products that process audio or visual information to enhance its quality and usefulness such as filtering noises or converting analog to digital information.
Headphones, see 22 06 24.
Visual computer displays and accessories, see 22 39 02.

22 21 Assistive products for face-to-face communication

Devices for helping two people to communicate with each other in the same space.
Assistive products for voice production, see 22 09 00.

22 24 Assistive products for telephoning and telematic messaging

22 27 Assistive products for alarming, indicating, reminding and signaling

22 30 Assistive products for reading

Assistive products for extending and adjusting the range and angle of the field vision, see 22 03 15.

22 33 Computers and terminals

Office software and industrial software, see 28 21 12.

22 36 Input devices for computers

Computers and terminals, see 22 33 00.
Output devices for computers, see 22 39 00.

22 39 Output devices for computers

Included are, e.g., display monitors, printers, plotters, and synthesizers.
Office machines and equipment, see 28 21 09.
Office software and industrial software, see 28 21 12.

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