ASL 104 ATOM ELECTRONIC HEAD ARRAY
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- The interface is combined within the ATOM Electronic Head Array for ease of access to the switch ports.
- The switch settings and adjustments allow simplicity in how the ATOM Electronic Head Array functions.
- The directional LED indicators help a clinician/provider see when a client is accessing a switch.
- The adjustable switch timer helps a client to easily access all the other wheelchair functions.
- The important on/off switch is located for accessibility right on the back of the ATOM Electronic Head Array and can be accessed by the client with an additional switch.
- With the activation of a switch the ATOM Electronic Head Array can be used as a wireless switch interface for computer access, AAC devices or the ASL 545 Tecla Shield.
- The connection to the digital port has a red or green indicator light so the client can see if they are in drive mode, user mode, or powered off.