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DP-EZ | ATS & EZ-Comm Augmentative Communications Device Plate

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Quick Overview

For use with Mount'n Mover or Robo Arm wheelchair mounts.

Introduction to Device Attachment

To attach your device to the Mount'n Mover system, you will need to determine how your device can attach to the Quick Release Plate (QRP). Some devices attach directly to the QRP and others require an additional device specific attachment plate.


Device Attachment Guide

Assistive Technology Solutions (ATI) - EzCOMM

The back of your device should look like this:

The device is shown without the battery
Plate needed: Device Plate T1 (DP-T1)

My plate looks different!

Step 1: Position the spacers

Place the spacers over the four threaded holes on the back of the EZ-Comm.
  • four 1/8" plastic spacers

Step 2: Attach the DP-T1

Attach the DP-T1 using the longer screws provided.
  • four M4 x 14mm flat head screws

Step 3 A: Attach the QRP

Attach the Quick Release Plate using the four shortest screws.
  • four #8-32 x ¼" flat head screws

Step 3 B: Attach the QRP For EyeGaze Use

If you are attaching the Device for EyeGaze use, follow the same steps except attach the the Quick Release Plate here (see picture).
  • four #8-32 x ¼" flat head screws


You are now ready to use your device with the Mount"n Mover!


If this does not match your device, please let us know.  We want to help.

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