Fibre-Optic Eye-Blink Switch Kit

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Quick Overview

This switch is designed for eye-blinking movements and can discriminating between eye-blinks and purposeful controlled eye-blinks. The Kit is the sensor (Fibre Optic cable) and the Power Control Module PCM-2, which is specific to this kit.
The Fibre Optic Eye-Blink Switch Kit with PCM-2

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  • A close-up of the fibre optic eye-blink sensor


This switch works best when eye-blinking is the only movement the user is able to perform.

The sensor is capable of discriminating between eye-blinks and purposeful controlled eye-blinks.

A head strap is included and the device can also be used with other body parts in fiber-optic mode.


Included Parts

  • Power Control Module (PCM) PCM-2
  • Eye-Blink sensor PSSW-EB
  • Charging adapter and Australian mains power cable
  • Headstrap and mounting clip
  • Fibre-Optic cable trimming tool
  • 1 Year Manufacturers warranty


Blink Delay Feature

Blink Delay is an in-built feature that give more control over what the sensor can distinguish as an intentional activation.

There are 2 settings for the Blink Delay.

  1. ON - When the Blink Delay switch is set ON all normal blinks of the eye will be ignored and only when the user holds their eye closed for more than 2 seconds will the sensor be activated.
  2. OFF- When the Blink Delay switch is set OFF, then every blink will activate the sensor.




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Additional Information

Included Accessories Instructions
GST Classification GST Free
Manual or Instructions (PDF)
Sensing Range 0.25" or approx 6.35 mm
Size very small cable
Connection Type proprietary
Power Control Module Required Power Control Module 2 (PCM-2), included with this kit or purchased separately as a spare
Additional Features Blink delay feature

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