PowerLink 4 Control Unit


Ablenet PowerLink 4 Control Unit allow switch users to control up to two electrical appliances with single switches.

Two outlets to allow choice-making activities with a variety of appliances.

6 Modes of Control: Direct, Latch, Timed Minutes, Timed Seconds, Count, and Two-Switch.



The Pocketalker is an assistive listening device designed to improve communications in difficult listening situations. The Pocketalker personal amplifier is used to amplify specific sounds or voices. It helps you hear what you want to hear by reducing distracting background noise. The Pocketalker delivers clear, distinct sound, while its large, manageable controls provide for easy operation.

To use, simply plug the included earphone or headphone into the headphone jack. Position the internal microphone near the preferred sound and adjust the volume and tone control until the sounds you want to hear are clear. Use the Pocketalker to improve listening on a one-to-one basis, in small group situations, while listening to your favorite TV or radio programs, or while riding in the car.


Ergonomic, lightweight design
Extended high and low frequency range
Superior sound quality
Internal microphone
Built-in T-coil loop compatible
Rechargeable ready
CE (Note 1) Approval

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Additional information

Dimensions 13.2 × 11.8 × 3.8 in


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PowerLink 4 Control Unit available in the lending library at FAAST.org

PowerLink 4 Control Unit