ASL 102 UNO Single Switch Scanner with Bluetooth

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Designed so that a person can control multiple things with just one single switch.

The UNO can control power wheelchair movement, seat functions, phones, tablets and communication devices.

Display scans in a frequency of use pattern.

Attendant Control allows for patient assistance without changing drive settings.

With the addition of ASL accessories, a client can wirelessly connect through the Tecla E or scan on a communication device when an ASL 802/4 is added.

Compact Features

  • The UNO is designed for persons with MS, ALS, SMA, Locked-In Syndrome, High Level Spinal Cord Injuries, or anyone who has only a single constant switch site.
  • The 102 UNO Single Switch Scanner is powered with ATOM Technology.
  • Designed so that a person can control multiple things with just one single¬†switch.
  • The UNO can control power wheelchair movement, seat functions, phones, tablets and communication devices.
  • Display scans in a frequency of use pattern.
  • Attendant Control allow patient assistance without changing drive settings.
  • With the addition of ASL accessories, a client can wirelessly connect through the Tecla E or scan on a communication device when an ASL 802/4 is added.
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Program settings

Timer Dial

Power On / Off Light

Bluetooth Indicator

On / Off Switch

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Wheelchair Connection

Mono Input for Scanner Activation

Switch Input for Bluetooth Signal Output

Display and Attendant Control

9 Pin Output Connection

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Attendant Control allows for patient assistance without changing drive settings

The Attendant Control has a clip on the back that can be attached to a push handle for easy access.

The flexible cord will allow the Attendant to stand beside the chair and move around freely

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The Display scans in a frequency of use pattern.

The blue light is the indication of the direction of function that will be activated if the switch is activated.

There is a brightness sensor on the display when the system is in darker areas.

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