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Power Control Module 2 - PCM-2 (for AMDi Eye Blink Sensor only)

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Quick Overview

This Power Control Module 2 (PCM-2) controls only the Fibre Optic Eye-Blink Sensor from AMDi.
Power Control Module 2 for the Fibre Optic Eye-Blink Sensor


This Power Control Module is used to control the Fiber-Optic Eye-Blink switch.

This Power Control Module has a rechargeable battery so there is no need to change batteries.

It can be set to play an auditory beep when the sensor is activated or turn feedback off if not required.

Unique to this Power Control Module is the Blink Delay setting to ignore random eye-blinks when used in conjunction with the Fibre Optic Eye-Blink Sensor. This setting can be turned off to be used to detect other movements too.

This device will control the following Sensors:

  • Fibre Optic Eye-Blink Sensor



  • Size: 15 x 9.5 x 3.8 cm (approx)
  • Weight: 450 g (approx)
  • 1 Year Manufacturers warranty

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Additional Information

Included Accessories Australian mains cable, AC Adapter, 1x standard 3.5mm mono plug male-male switch lead, Instructions (no sensor included)
GST Classification GST Free
Manual or Instructions (PDF) No


The  Eye-Blink Sensor is not included with a Power Control Module 2 and is either purchased separately or in the Fibre Optic Eye-Blink Kit as a complete package.

Sensing Range n/a - Fibre Optic Eye-Blink Sensor required, purchased separately or as a complete kit, see Fibre Optic Eye-Blink Switch Kit in the "We Also Recommend" tab above
Size 152 (W) x 95 (L) x 38 (H) mm
Connection Type No
Power Control Module Required n/a
Additional Features Weight: 455 g

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