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Wireless Switch Converter Receiver

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The Wireless Switch Converter Receiver is an RF remote control designed for use by individuals with limited physical mobility and uses their augmentative and alternative communicator on a regular basis.  It allows users to operate devices from up to 25 feet away, even if the transmitter and receiver are in separate rooms.  In addition, for wheelchair users who find that switch cables are constantly breaking, the compact design of this wireless switch converter resolves that concern. Furthermore, there is no worry about being bound to a specific switch for wireless use. This Receiver connects to any communication device that accepts a standard 3.5 millimeters plug. Multiple Transmitters with the same color can connect with a single Receiver. In addition, transmitters and receivers are color coded to represent different frequencies (Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Orange, and Purple).  Additional features include:  wireless operation from up to 25 feet away, suited for use with all communicators that accept a 3.5 millimeters plug, and shatterproof high impact plastic case.

Technical Specifications: 

**Each transmitter and receiver only works with the matching color. Different color transmitters and receivers in the same location will not interfere with each other.**

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Price: 
95.00
as of: 
05/26/2015
Wireless Switch Converter Receiver

Sold By:

Advanced Multimedia Devices, Inc. (Amdi)
Advanced Multimedia Devices, Inc. (Amdi) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: order@amdi.net
Phone: 888-353-2634
Fax: 631-531-8811
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
631-531-8888
Web Address: 
http://www.amdi.net
Tags: 
Communication