AbleNet Big Beamer Transmitter and Original Receiver Kit
The Big Beamer Transmitter and Original Receiver Kit from AbleNet gives you everything you need to start using a wireless switch with your Mac. The Big Beamer Transmitter delivers reliable, immediate switch access without the hassle of cords. Operating just like a traditional switch, simply plug in the Original Receiver and you're ready to go.
The Big Beamer Transmitter is a wireless switch featuring a large 12.7-centimetre activation area that provides auditory click, visual and tactile feedback. After you plug the Original Receiver into a computer switch interface, pair it with the Big Beamer and you're ready to wirelessly access Mac functions.
The Big Beamer includes four interchangeable switch tops - red, blue, green and yellow. Easy to set-up and use, the Original Receiver requires a Big Beamer Transmitter to function.
Big Beamer Transmitter features large activation area of 12.7 centimetres
Original Receiver and Big Beamer are easy to set-up and use
Original Receiver switch plug fits most switch interface jacks
Big Beamer provides auditory and tactile feedback
Big Beamer includes four different-coloured interchangeable twist tops
What’s in the Box
AbleNet Big Beamer Transmitter
Single switch cable extension
Four interchangeable switch tops
Mfr. Part Number: 10033600
UPC or EAN No.: 186648000166
Note: Apple’s One-Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer’s warranty provided by the product manufacturer — please see your product box and literature for details. Benefits under the manufacturer’s warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law.
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Answers from the community
What is this thing for?
- Asked by Lise M from SAN ANTONIO
- on 27-Sep-2016
This is a switch for individuals with physical impairments that make it difficult or impossible to u This is a switch for individuals with physical impairments that make it difficult or impossible to use a computer or mobile device using the standard input mechanisms (keyboard, mouse, touchscreen, etc.) This switch would be used as part of an accessibility solution to make such a device more accessible to such an individual.
- Answered by Michael T from Chandler
- on 12-Jan-2017