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Seewell Reading Enhancer

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The Seewell Reading Enhancer is a handheld CCTV system designed for use by individuals with low vision. It consists of a camera unit, a control box, and a transformer, which can be connected to any standard television. The magnification range is from 6 to 50 times on a standard 19-inch TV. The magnification range increases with the size of the television used. Users can change the camera focus from a fraction of an inch to infinity by rotating the lens barrel, and by moving the camera closer or farther away from the material being read. The camera has its own light source, and an electronic diaphragm to control the amount of light which reaches the screen. The Control Box provides for control switches and four (4) cable connections. Each plug that goes into the connector is uniquely different, so that it is impossible to insert the wrong cable into a connector. Switches are provided for power on/off, TV channel select (for setting the system to display on channel 3 or channel 4), and reverse image select (for viewing images in black on white or white on black mode). This system is supplied with three camera cradles to focus at different distances; a standard RF cable to plug into the antenna input of a TV set; an extra bulb for the camera; and an alternating current (AC) to 12-volt adapter. WEIGHT: 1.5 pounds. WARRANTY: One year.

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04/23/2003
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S. Walters, Inc.
S. Walters, Inc. Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: walterslv@cs.com
Phone: 800-992-5837
Fax: 818-706-2206 or 888-549-1843
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
818-706-2202
Web Address: 
http://www.walterslowvision.com
Tags: 
Blind & Low Vision, Communication
 
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