Tecla-e is a device built to be used in countless different ways to encourage people with disabilities to use technology to increase their independence at work or in their home. *price to be confirmed*
tecla-e empowers individuals with physical disabilities who cannot independently use smartphones, tablets, computers or smart home technology with touchscreens and keyboards. This includes those with limited upper-body mobility resulting from spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, ALS, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, brain injuries, or stroke.
Tecla-e can pair with up to 8 bluetooth devices and the user can switch between these by pressing and holding one of their switches. Compatible devices include:
tecla-e itself is a light-touch button switch that requires about 200 grams of force to activate. This feature is ideal for users who aren't familiar with switch access. Due to the device's built-in radios, tecla-e should not be positioned near a user's head. There are other devices available on the switches and accessories page. Configure your device from the Tecla app for iOS and Android, use the app as a remote control and remotely monitor a tecla-e device.
tecla-e can control Internet-enabled appliances via its WiFi connection through smart home platforms and services. tecla-e integrates with Amazon Alexa's voice assistant service. Quadriplegic users can have full control of their lighting and thermostats with access to the best mainstream devices.
Size (L x W x H): 98 x 98 x 40 mm
Integrated 4600 mAh rechargeable battery
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
Sensors: GPS, Temperature, Motion, Light
Switch Port 1: 3.5mm stereo socket
Switch Port 2: 3.5mm stereo socket
Wheelchair Port: D-Sub 9-pin male connector
Power Port : USB-C
Activation Type: Pressure
Activation Force: 200gms
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