Keyboards for Augmented and Alternative Communication (AAC) and Assistive Technologies for Spinal and Neurological conditions resulting in limited movement to control PC's from EKI,

and Input Devices for the Physically Challenged, Paraplegics, Toe Operated, and Quadriplegics that are light beam controlled or require no finger pressure Keyboards, Braille Keyboards, Cursor Positioning, Large Key Keyboards, Keyboards for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Connective Tissue Disorder, Spinal Cord Injury (SPI) and Arthritis.

"We can brighten your day at any age, and make you more productive"

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Touch Keyboards, no finger pressure, no bones in your fingers

If you are using a cuff and eraser taped combo to press keys think of our no finge pressure keyboard to input data.

Keyboards for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Connective Tissue Disorder and Arthritis

"We can brighten your day at any age, and make you more productive"

No Finger Pressure

No Finger Pressure

20 PKB-SA-04 ....... Size 5" x 5.5"x 1" thick.

Cursor Positioning made simple, just touch an arrow direction and the cursor goes in that direction. No more having to control your finger or wand movement to control the cursor. Separate left and right mouse buttons, separate one touch button for double click, no more having to control your finger to do double clicks. Works with finger, glooves or wand. Standard PS2 or USB output. And it's sealed from the top so it can be washed off.

83 PKB-SA-W-064,....... Size 6.25" x 12"x 1" thick.

This keyboard is compact and weighs just one pound, so it can be used on your lap, in your bed, or it can be taken with you to school or work. Works with finger, glooves or wand. It just plugs into a PS2, or USB port and you're off surfing.... it can even be operated by a person with no bones in their fingers.

We manufacture optical keyboards where the finger is detected by a matrix of infrared sensors, so no finger pressure is needed to type on the keyboard. So persons with Lou Gehrig's disease (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), Connective Tissue Disorder, Arthritis, CTS, and others that do not have enough finger pressure or it is uncomfortable to apply pressure can benefit from these keyboards.

They are also compact in size so they can be used on your lap, in your bed or on a bedside stand. They can also be fitted with a touch pad to one side, or in the middle of the keyboard with optical left and right touch positions. When fitted with a touch pad you can have complete control of your computer from where you're sitting or lying.

There are no nooks and crannies around keys so they can be just washed off if something is spilled on them.

And because they're optical we can personalize them to fit the person using our keyboards. You can have only the keys you want, your name, and your colors, text (a function name), hot keys (one key can input a URL, ctrl-C, etc.).

The price of the custom key text overlay is included in the price, and because there are no moving parts they will never wear out.

We also make them in any language. You send us the keys you want and we'll send you a keyboard.

Arrow Keys - by touching these keys the cursor will move in the direction of the arrow touched. The movement is first slow and then increases to fast movement. For accurate placement you can tap these arrows to get very small amounts of movement. Left Click - Operates as other left button mice, you can single click or double click. Double Left Click - One touch will give you a double click to open icons and files. Right Click - Operates as other right button mice. Drag - by placing the cursor over an icon then touch an arrow key will drag the icon, then once the arrow key is released the icon is fixed in position. Start Fast - by touching this key prior to an arrow key will make the cursor rapidly move across the display, then when you get close to where you are going raise your finger and tap the arrows for accurate positioning.

Large Key for sight impaired, or Toe operation

Arrow Keys - by touching these keys the cursor will move in the direction of the arrow touched. The movement is first slow and then increases to fast movement. For accurate placement you can tap these arrows to get very small amounts of movement. Left Click - Operates as other left button mice, you can single click or double click. Double Left Click - One touch will give you a double click to open icons and files. Right Click - Operates as other right button mice. Drag - by placing the cursor over an icon then touch an arrow key will drag the icon, then once the arrow key is released the icon is fixed in position. Start Fast - by touching this key prior to an arrow key will make the cursor rapidly move across the display, then when you get close to where you are going raise your finger and tap the arrows for accurate positioning. Pattern -004 (standard pattern no NRE)

One inch extra large keys for limited sighted persons.

Large Key Keyboards. The above large key layout is optimized for computer and internet access. The CAP key shifts all keys to their upper case, or to the character on the upper left of the key. This gives normal "shifted" function for the number keys, except for the 6 that has the /, the 9 that has the <, and the 0 that has the >. The sequence CAP then SP (space) gives the next key's upper right character and then reverts back to the unshifted state once that key is touched. The CAP indicator comes on when touched, then flashes if the SP is touched next. If the SP key is not touched next then the CAP indicator remains on until touches again. Other characters can be added at customers request.

Your Choice of colors, no finger pressure.

Note: There is a one-time engineering charge for custom key text overlays, you can have your colors and number of keys.

83 PKB-SAMS-CKPS2R - ......... Size 8" x 16.75", sealed keyboard

Wheelchair Control layout

When controlling a wheelchair in direct sunlight or inside typing on a computer Automatic Ambient Light Compensation (AALC) continues to monitor ambient to give you error free typing and control. When used to control a wheelchair the same controls can have a keyboard for typing into a computer or just for wheelchair controls.

TV Control Layout

New non-contact TV control. If you can move any part of your body, like your finger, head, toe, etc. you can control your own TV with a light beam from your wheelchair or bed. Control beams are emitted toward the TV from the right side and from rear for vertical mounting, and from the top for wheelchair mounting.

EKI

4720 Haag Drive, Union Grove, WI 53182

262-878-3431

sales@electronickeyboards.com

Prices and specifications subject to change without notice, and light source is not covered by lifetime warrantee.

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