The Cameleon is a voice output communication aid and environmental control unit designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. This dynamic communication aid provides synthesized speech from simple messages to complex sentences, using symbols, text, or both. It has a large, bright screen that can display symbols from a range of communication libraries and languages, as well as pictures from digital cameras and other sources. Input options include a mouse, keyboard, sw
Cameleon Campac 2
Cameleon CamPac 2 is a keyboard communicator designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. The system is based around a standard notebook computer with the addition of a voice synthesizer and amplified speaker. It comes with a standard notebook software bundle including Windows, and works with the manufacturer's standard communication software and vocabularies. POWER: Uses separate batteries for the amplifier and notebook computer. Additional batteries are available.
Proteor DialO is a keyboard communicator designed for use by individuals with communication or speech disabilities. This text-to-speech communication aid has two displays. The personal (front) display has four rows of text for showing messages being composed, up to five word prediction choices, and a sentence prediction choice. The rear display allows a partner to view two lines of text. Both displays feature adjustable contrast and backlighting. The rear display can be turned off for privacy. T
Primo! Touchscreen Controller
Primo! Controller is a touchscreen environmental control module designed for use by individuals with mobility or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This module for controlling the home environment has a touch-sensitive, dynamic screen in an ergonomically styled, lightweight case. It holds up to 140 captured infrared codes as well as embedded Possum and Gewa codes in multiple menus. A library of 104 generic clear icons and text labels and 18 'get started’ device templates are inc
The Vivo! Controller is an environmental control unit designed for use by individuals with mobility or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This wheelchair-mountable unit is configurable to control the environment, make telephone calls, answer and unlock the door, or contact caregivers. It has more than 1,000 functions, and can operate as a remote control with infrared or radio control output, or as a wired switch control with one or two switch scanning methods. It has a full colo
Companion Remote Control (Model Hc1800C)
The Companion Remote Control unit, model HC1800C, is a remote environmental control unit designed for use by individuals with mobility or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. Using infrared and radio frequency technology, the unit can control many appliances in the home or workplace, including alarms, intercoms, door locks, door openers, window openers, lifts, telephones with loudspeakers, nurse call, pager, communication aids and computers, power sockets, lights, curtain openers,
Possum Freeway (Model Hc2000B)
The Possum Freeway, model HC2000B, is a portable environmental control unit designed for use by individuals with mobility or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This unit provides simple remote control of domestic appliances such as TV, video, stereo, lights, lamps, power sockets, alarms, intercoms, door, window and curtain openers, loud speaking telephones, and pagers. The unit has a large backlit scanning display with the option of icons or text. Functions can be changed by slo
The Possum Compact is a remote environmental control unit designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities, severe physical disabilities, or spinal cord injury. This unit's programmable menu functions allow remote control of household electrical appliances and security and access systems. Although most functions are controlled via infrared, a radio transmitter is also provided for emergency functions such as triggering an alarm, pager, or door opener. All programmed functions can be vi
Possum Chin Switch
The Possum Chin Switch allows the user to control the computer via chin and head movements. The Chin Switch can be positioned any where around the neck with plastic tubing that can be cut to fit, just like a custom necklace. Multiple Chin Switches can be positioned around the same tube for users who need several access points.