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Adaptive Switch Laboratories

ATOM Electronic Head Array

ASL 104 ATOM Electronic Head Array

This system has combined electronics within the head array for ease of access. With the touch of a switch, the ATOM Electronic Head Array — in conjunction with ASL 557-2 ATOM Wireless Dual Switch Receiver, ASL 557-3 ATOM Wireless Triple Switch Receiver, and ASL 558 ATOM Wireless Mouse Emulator — can be used as a wireless switch interface for computer access, communication devices or I devices. Switch settings and adjustments give the ATOM 104 head array a simple functionality. Directional indicator helps the clinician or ATP to see when a client accesses a switch.

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Adaptive Switch Laboratories

558 ATOM Wireless Mouse Emulator

558 ATOM Wireless Mouse Emulator

This wireless mouse emulator, created to pair with the ASL 104 ATOM Electronic Head Array, plugs directly into the USB port on a communication device or computer. Full mouse emulation can be achieved with just three switch inputs: Right moves the mouse cursor right/left on the screen. Forward moves the mouse up/down. Left controls left click, double click and drag. The wireless connection works directly with the 104 ATOM Electronic Head Array when it’s in the user switch mode.

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Adaptive Switch Laboratories

4-Switch Array

4-Switch Array

Four proximity sensors enable the driver to operate a power wheelchair by covering the corresponding forward, reverse, left or right sensor. This Atom proximity array can be used as a wireless switch interface for computer access or communication devices. The system is usually mounted in the ASL 601 Full Lap Tray Driving Platform or in an ASL 619 Eclipse Tray, though it can be used with no tray. Sensors can be positioned anywhere inside the tray.

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Adaptive Switch Laboratories

Wrist Positioning

Wrist Positioning

Power wheelchair clients who need help to keep their hands and wrists optimally positioned can gain the efficiency they need with this new Adaptive Switch Labs support. The wrist pad can be moved and adjusted as needed to keep a client’s hand and wrist perfectly positioned to prevent debilitating fatigue. Once positioning is established, the power chair user will be able to more effectively and easily access driving and other power chair controls.

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Adaptive Switch Laboratories

ATOM Head Array

ATOM Head Array

An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2015:

I really like ASL’s new ATOM head array. The fact that standard in the head array is a system that allows the user to interface with a computer or AAC device makes it a less expensive option and negates needing to order products that frequently are not funded by payor sources. With this head array, the user can actually truly turn the chair on and off instead of having to go into sleep or idle mode, which is great for the client, too. The clear connection port is also great because it makes it easy to know whether the user is operating the chair or in the alternative mode.

— Lauren Rosen, PT, MPT, MSMS, ATP/SMS, St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital of Tampa (Fla.)

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Adaptive Switch Laboratories

Micro Extremity Control

Micro Extremity Control

This fully proportional joystick has a built-in mode change function and requires just 18 grams of force to deflect. Pushing directly down from neutral will reset the chair to the next mode that is turned on. A new feature: Changing the slide switch on the interface will allow the client to reset the reverse direction. This will benefit those who, due to weakness, don’t have another switch site available or can’t remove their hands from the joystick.

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