HoneyBee Proximity Switch

HoneyBee Proximity Switch senses the proximity of a hand, head, or nearly any object to activate. An audible tone is heard when activation has occurred. No need to apply pressure to activate this switch.

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The HoneyBee is an alternative switch for people who have limited movement, especially those who do not have the ability to apply pressure to a switch. The HoneyBee switch senses the proximity of a hand, finger, head or nearly any object. To activate the HoneyBee , the user places his or her hand, head or other body part over the sensor window. An audible tone is heard when activation has occurred.  Try using the HoneyBee Proximity Switch with a communication device or adapted toy today.

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HoneyBee Proximity Switch available in the lending library at FAAST.org

HoneyBee Proximity Switch