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Throw Back Thursday: our first piece of assistive technology

In honor of TBT (Throw Back Thursday) check out Assistive’s first Equipment Loan Library device!

The Ability Switch Tester!

Picture of the ability switch tester. A small plastic box with ports to test switches in.

The Ability Switch Tester, model 65955, is control switch assessment system designed for use with individuals who use control switches to operate devices. This unit provides visual and auditory indications when a switch is activated. The switch is plugged into the tester, and switch closure is indicated by a light and a tone. The auditory feedback can be switched off. This device is equipped with jacks for single, dual, and multiple switches. POWER: Uses one 9-volt battery. DIMENSIONS: 6 x 3.5 x 1.5 inches. WEIGHT: 8 ounces.

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