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Fiber Optic Sensor With 3 Pin Connector (Model Asl 202-3 Pin)

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The Fiber Optic Sensor with 3 Pin Connector, model ASL 202-3 PIN, is a sensor switch designed for use by individuals who require a small, fine, no force switch type. This single function fiber optic sensor switch has a round target area with an adjustable activation range from touch to 2.5 inches. It can be programmed for either normally open or normally closed operation. In the normally open (NO) mode, switch activation occurs when an object is detected in the selected range. In the normally closed (NC) mode, switch activation occurs when an object is no longer detected in the selected range. This switch can be used as a passive "kill" switch on sip & puff systems, a reset switch on chin control systems, an access switch for augmentative communication devices, or a control switch for computer access using Morse code and single switch scan. It works with any power chair type and its power adapter and 3-pin connector can interface with any of the non-proportional ASL driver controls. The switch comes with an amplifier, fiber optic cutter, and 3-pin connector. POWER: This switch receives its power through its 3-pin connector when interfaced with the ASL interface. OPTIONS: Replacement mount for attaching a sip and puff switch (model ASL 605) and a stealth fiber optic mount for headrest (model ASL 620). DIMENSIONS: The switch target area is a quarter inch in diameter.

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09/18/2013
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