Assistive technologies for people with disabilities. Full catalogue.
SENSOR SENSOR AssistX AS one Acoustic sensor AssistX AS one Acoustic sensor that listens to human sounds With the acoustic sensor AS one, physically disabled persons can reliably trigger a distress call, without contact and movement. The wide range of settings makes it possible to adapt the acoustic sensor very well to the user's needs. Ambient noise is effectively filtered out. AS one can be set to human tones of different volume, sound frequency range and duration. In addition, a special pulse mode can be set for severely impaired users. The AS one features an AssistX port and therefore can be operated with all compatible devices from the AssistX family. The AS one is self-monitoring and automatically triggers a call in case of a failure. Connection AS one is connected to an AssistX port using the supplied cable. For example, AssistX Port, AssistX Mobil and ClickMan (newer generation) offer an AssistX port. Sound mode The pitch of the acoustic signal to trigger the sensor can be taught in. The tolerance for sensitivity and frequency as well as the duration of the sound can be adjusted. The acoustic sensor can be triggered with all sounds up to the pitch of a whistle. The most reliable triggering is achieved with a sonorous humming sound "Mmmmm". Pulse mode For heavily impaired users, who can only keep a very short sound, the acoustic sensor can be switched to the pulse mode. The sensor then responds to all noise pulses (clicking the tongue etc.), which reach the adjusted volume. Technical data: Magnetic housing base for fixing to metal strips / iron pipes or the optional wall fastening panel. Dimensions starting from 51 x 51 x 26 mm #20446 acoustic sensor AssistX AS one #20458 wall mounting #20459 Mounting for hinged bracket/tripod AssistX ProX one Proximity sensor The proximity sensor is plugged into the AssistX port of AssistX Call, AssistX Mobil or ClickMan by a 3.5 mm jack plug and then can be used like a conventional single-button sensor. In order to trigger a switching function, it is sufficient to come close to the sensor with the hand or another body part; direct contact is not necessary. Therefore, the sensor is very well suited for call triggering with minimal effort. The proximity sensor, which is integrated in a flexible hosepipe, can be individually bent towards the body. Nevertheless, the set position remains very stable. AssistX ProX one is available either mounted on a tripod and on a hinged bracket. #20453 AssistX ProX one tripod #20454 AssistX ProX one tripod with stabilizing weight #20455 AssistX ProX one hinged bracket Mode of operation The sensor responds to noise of a certain frequency and volume, which is maintained for a certain period of time. Optionally, a pulse mode can be set for particularly impaired users, which makes the sensor very sensitive to all noises. Only the selected volume must be reached. 18 | www.csslabs.de
SENSOR SENSOR SENSOR PikoButton NC AssistX Port compatible AssistX IR one Infrared sensor AssistX RX one Easywave compatible radio receiver AssistX BL one Confirmation Light To be used with AssistX Call, AssistX Mobil and ClickMan. Technical data: •Dimensions: NC 50 17x49 mm NC 30 17x30 mm •Actuating path: 0.8 mm •Feedback: Audible, tactile •Actuating force: 75 g •Load capacity: up to 80 kg •Connection: 3.5 mm jack plug •Weight: approx. 40 g •Mounting: 1 x M4 thread on the back •Power supply: Parasitic PikoButton NC large: #19007-NC PikoButton NC 50 red #19008-NC PikoButton NC 50 white #19009-NC PikoButton NC 50 orange #19010-NC PikoButton NC 50 green #19011-NC PikoButton NC 50 blue #19012-NC PikoButton NC 50 yellow #19015-NC PikoButton NC 50 black PikoButton NC small: #19020-NC PikoButton NC 30 red #19021-NC PikoButton NC 30 white #19022-NC PikoButton NC 30 orange #19023-NC PikoButton NC 30 green #19024-NC PikoButton NC 30 blue #19025-NC PikoButton NC 30 yellow #19026-NC PikoButton NC 30 black The infrared sensor is plugged into the AssistX port of AssistX Call, AssistX Mobil or ClickMan via a 3.5mm jack plug. AssistX IR one is a sensor that responds to infrared signals. When a specific IR code (4 addresses can be set) is received, a switching function is sent to the AssistX port, whereupon AssistX Call resp. AssistX Mobil triggers a call. Therefore, AssistX IR one is an ideal extension for infrared adaptive environmental control devices. AssistX IR one is self-monitoring and triggers via the AssistX port in the event of a failure. AssistX IR one is magnetic at the bottom of the housing. This allows simple mounting on pipes, iron surfaces and the optional wall mounting. #20456 AssistX IR one – infrared sensor #20458 wall mounting The radio reception sensor is plugged into an AssistX port of AssistX Call by a 3.5 mm jack plug. AssistX RX one is a sensor that responds to radio signals from Easywave transmitters. Upon receipt of a taught-in radio command, a switching function is sent to the AssistX port, whereupon AssistX Call triggers a call. Therefore, AssistX RX one is an ideal extension for Easywave controlled environments. AssistX RX one is self-monitoring and, in the event of a failure, triggers a fault detection via the AssistX port. AssistX RX one is magnetic at the bottom of the housing. This allows simple mounting on pipes, iron surfaces and the optional wall fastening. #20457 AssistX RX one - Easywave compatible radio receiver #20458 wall mounting Eldat Easywave program see page 9. For European market only The Confirmation Light can be connected to the AsssistX Port of the AssistX Call interface. The Confirmation Light should be mounted to be visible for the patient. It gives him the ability to see that the nurse call was received. The AssistX BL has a build in magnet on the back to make mounting easy. It can be clicked on every iron part or to the magnetic mounting plate (sold seperatly) #20449 AssistX BL one - Confirmation Light #20097 Mounting arm including clamp and mounting plate for AssistX BL one Connection of pulse oximeter AssistX Port compatible Connection cable to connect the alarm output of an existing pulse oximeter with AssistX Call or AssistX Mobil. Thus the alarm of the device can be forwarded to the luminuous call system or wirelessly by radio to caregivers. Ask for compatible adapters. www.csslabs.de | 19