The 4-Switch Joystick, model CM-19, is a joystick lever that may be moved in any of four directions. Moving it in a particular direction will activate one switch. This joystick is also available with an additional pushbutton switch. DIMENSIONS: 2 x 4.3 x 1 inches. WEIGHT: 6 ounces.
A line of joystick assemblies which can be used to build interfaces for handicapped persons. 2 or 4 switch version. Momentary or latching. Optional lift to operate can be added. Dimensions: 3 inches square by 1. 6 inches deep. Control shaft 2 inches high.
The Joystick Switch is an alternative to a traditional mouse that can be used by those who have limited mobility or minimal hand movement. It can be used to teach directionality as well as other spatial relationships. The device connects up to four devices and activates each by moving the stick in a certain direction. Pushing the switch to the left activates one device, moving it backwards activates another, and so on. The suction rubber feet hold base securely in place.
The Extreme 3D Pro Joystick is a gaming joystick designed for individuals with upper extremity disabilities, extreme physical or neurological disabilities, and for those with cerebral palsy to comfortably use a game-box to operate a video game. This product uses a twist-handle rudder and 12 programmable buttons for precise control. The hand grip features sculpted curves for an ergonomic hold during long gaming sessions. This joystick executes specific commands that would usually require multiple
The GimpGear Ultra-Precision USB Joystick Mouse and PC Game Controller is a joystick mouse interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities or cerebral palsy. This digital joystick utilizes differential magnetic fields without any mechanical parts to provide smooth operation.
A sticky rubber joystick wrap prevents slipping. The user rests a hand passively over the teardrop shaped joystick handle for mouse pointer control. The unit has three large built-
The joysteer Gas Brake Tilter is a vehicle conversion designed for those individuals with mobility disabilities in which the user can pull to accelerate and push to brake with their hand. The range of motion and force feedback is mechanically adjustable. Can be mounted on the right or left side. Can be used in combination with the Mini-wheel or Macro-wheel.
A proportional type joystick used for mdoe selection and operation of a Dufco Multimode Interface. During wheelchair operation, this joystick provides precise control of both speed and direction. May be configured with a chin-cup for chin oeration, or a knob for hand operation.
An 8-direction, heavy duty, multiple switch actuator used for mode selection and operation of a Multimode Interface. Requires moderate operating pressure and is intended for hand operation by those with average strength.
An 8-direction, short throw, multiple switch actuator used for mode selection and oepration of a Multimode Interface. Requires moderate operating pressure and is intended for those with average strength. May be reconfigured with either a knob or chin-cup.
The Joystick, model 720, is a joystick designed to act as a four way switch for individuals who have physical disabilities. It has a cylindrical handle with a thin base and activates four different devices depending on the direction that the switch is moved (up, down, right or left). It can be used for teaching directionality as well as other spatial relationships. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 4.5 x 7 x 6.25 inches.
The Joystick for keyboard is a do it yourself designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or grasping disabilities. This joystick allows proportional control and is use on the arrow keys of the numeric keypad.
The Joystick Light with fingerplate is a joystick designed to provide computer cursor control for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This device features separate buttons for mouse clicks and drag, and the cursor remains in position when the joystick is released. A light flashes when the drag button is active. This device also has a removablefingerplate that isolates each button and the joystick for better control. COMPATIBILITY: Models are available for use on Macintosh computers a
The Joystick Plus is a joystick designed to provide computer cursor control for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This device features separate buttons for click, double click, horizontal/vertical only, drag, and speed. Five cursor speed settings are accessed simply by touching the speed button. The cursor remains in position when the joystick is released and a red light indicates when the drag button is active. This device also has a fingerplate that isolates each button and the j
The Joystick Pro is designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This three-button programmable joystick replaces the mouse and the handle can be adjusted in two different modes: spring loaded so the handle automatically returns to center while leaving the cursor in position or non-spring loaded for relative pointing. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers with a serial port.
The Mini Joystick with Pad Switch, model 50120, is designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This switch is a four-position gated joystick designed for individuals who can maneuver a joystick, but need a larger switch. The multiple switch is five switches in one; the joystick has four positions, and the fifth switch is activated by pressing the raised pad beside it. This switch can be used to control any device that requires five single switches, or it can be adapted to
The Mini Joystick with Push Switch, model 5020, is a multiple switch designed to control any device that requires five single switches for operation by individuals who have severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. It can also be adapted to form five single or mono switch plugs for controlling any five devices operated by single switches (additional hardware needed). Four switches are activated by moving the hoystick in four directions; the fifth is activated by pres
The Nintendo and Super Nintendo Joystick Module, models 612, 612-8, 613, 613-8, are modules with a built-in joystick that interfaces with the Nintendo and Super Nintendo Entertainment System for indivudals with physical disabilities. The modules feature top mounted push buttons for override of external capability switches actions (by teacher or therapist, for example). The module's large platform has 4 rubber suction cups to secure it to a table or counter.
The Optima Joystick is designed for individuals with upper extremity disabilities, extreme physical or neurological disabilities. It is a compact, desktop joystick that does not require fine motor skills and is suitable for a wide spectrum of computer users. It is designed for cursor movement to respond to the lightest touch for accurate cursor navigation and precise targeting of objects on the computer screen. It features a low profile providing a natural hand rest for comfortable operation. In
The Palm Joystick Switch is a joystick designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities.This switch consists of a palm rest base with a large textured switch. Four connected devices are controlled by slight movement forward, backward, right, or left. POWER: Uses double-A batteries (not included). DIMENSIONS (LxWxH): 9 x 4 x 3.5 inches. COLOR: Model 5153 has a black base with a silver switch and model 5154 has a blue base with a yellow switch.
Point It is a joystick mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or grasping disabilities. This USB joystick allows smooth proportional control of all mouse functions, including left click, double click, right click, drag and drop, and latching. The force required to activate the joystick is 9 ounces. The unit also has external switch jacks for users who require a larger target area for the left and right click. The unit comes with TypeMatic, an on screen keyboard progr
The PRC Wobble Switch, model WS-1, is a pressure-sensitive joystick single switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. The switch is activated by pushing against a lever. The lever has a built-in spring and can be pushed in any direction for activation by gross movements. The switch is equipped with a threaded hole for mounting. WEIGHT: 1.8 ounces.
The Proportional Head Control is a powered wheelchair controller designed for use by individuals with mobility or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This headrest-based joystick enables the user to control a power wheelchair by rotating his or her head on a headrest pad. This controller is available for P&G electronic controls.
The ReJoy is a powered wheelchair controller designed to enable powered wheelchairs to be controlled with a joystick positioned in the front of the seat at the midline rather than on the right or left armrest. The ReJoy utilizes a Center Drive System that consists of mounting hardware and a socket that can be mounted in three positions: in front of the seat on the center line; on the side beneath either armrest; or in the back of the wheelchair. When mounted on the side, the mast with the contro
The Rock Adapted Joystick is an alternative to a traditional mouse that can be used by those who have limited mobility or minimal hand movement. The joystick features all the functionality of a traditional mouse, including left/right click and double-click, and requires minimal hand movement for precise cursor control without fatigue. Includes three interchangeable joystick handles - a straight stem, a T-bar and large soft ball.
The Roller II Joystick is a joystick designed for use by individuals with fine motor and upper extremity disabilities. It has three buttons and three switch ports with matched color coding. It has a USB connector with a PS2 adapter. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible and Apple Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: USB or PS2 port.
SAM Joystick and SAM track ball are designed to provide adapted computer access for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. These modified pointing devices are designed for both "Adaptive" and "Non-Adaptive" software applications under Windows. The switch is a substitute for the track ball or joystick and can be operated with various parts of the body , such as hands, feet, knees, elbows, head, etc. These SAM devices serve three purposes: First, they function as switch interfaces for sp
The Simple Joystick is a joystick mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities who have difficulty using a standard mouse. This unit is a combination of a basic USB joystick with Joystick to Mouse software from Innovation Management Group. It enables the user to point and click in any Windows application just like a mouse, and can be programmed to remember up to four joystick button assignments including mouse functions, text, or macros automatic
The Tecla Joystick Kit is designed for users who may not have a powered wheelchair, but want to use the Tecla Shield DOS with a directional control to access their smartphone or tablet. The Tecla Shield DOS is an assistive device for people with limited upper-body mobility that allows wireless control of technology by using external switches or driving controls of a powered wheelchairs.
The TetraMouse XA is mouth-operated dual joystick mouse designed for individuals with spinal cord injury or upper extremity amputation disabilities. The device is a lip-, chin-, tongue- or finger-operated 8-button mouse with scroll, left, right, and middle button click and hold. The TetraMouse XA uses an analog joystick for moving the mouse pointer.
The TetraMouse XS is a lip-, tongue-, chin- or mouth-operated mouse designed for individuals with spinal cord injury or upper extremity amputation or disability. It works with any computer or device (including AAC devices) that have a USB port and an operating system or internal firmware that can use a standard USB mouse as an input device. The TetraMouse XS features side-by-side joysticks that require little or no head movement using the lips, tongue or chin for smooth pointer movement. The joy
Vertical Wobble Switch, models 1070 and 1070-8, is a single switch activated by bending a flexible rod for individuals with severe physical disabilities. The switch is designed to be activated by any action or gross body movement. It will activate any device attached to it and then will return to its original position. The switch is mounted vertically on a base and secured with four rubber suction cups. DIMENSIONS: 6 x 6 inches with a 5-inch long shaft.
The Wobble Switch is a touch switch designed to be activated by any body part for individuals who have physical disabilities. Through swiping action or any gross body movement, this switch will activate any switch adapted device and then return to its original position when released. It is mounted on a gooseneck an a cast iron base.
The Wobble Switch on 13-inch Gooseneck is a touch switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities. A swiping motion or other gross body movement will activate the switch; when released the switch returns to its original position. The awitch is mounted on a flexible gooseneck. Model 1060 is mounted on a microphone stand with a cast iron base. Model 1063 has an accessible wheelchair clamp. DIMENSIONS: The gooseneck is 19 inches long.
The X-Keys Controller (USB) is a keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. This unit is a compound programmable keyboard and joystick designed to provide access to custom or stock software and can be used in conjunction with the standard keyboard or as a stand-alone keyboard for applications not requiring a standard keyboard. The patented built-in joystick offers precise control with little movement and the design permits additional contr