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The DIGIT BT-106 is a multifunction handheld remote with two jacks which support up to four external momentary switches. Control hundreds of compatible apps on your Bluetooth-equipped MAC, PC, iPad, or Android device. The DIGIT BT-106 can advance pages or slides, scroll lyrics, play media, teleprompt, initiate effects, shoot photos, read books and music. Add the DIGIT BT-106 to any of our pedals for more functionality.
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SKU CpA1449.p
Weight .05
Free Ground Shipping No
Flat Shipping Rate No
Includes No
Brand Broadened Horizons
Product Label No
Dimensions No
Warranty 1 Year
Availability Average 1-3 days To Test and Package
Shipped from Partner Warehouse No
Harmonization Code No
Barcode No
By Disability or Limitation No Head Movement - Tongue/Lips/Facial Gestures Only, Head Movement Only, No Arm Movement with some Finger Dexterity, Arm Movement with Limited Finger Dexterity, C1-C3 Quadriplegia, C4 Quadriplegia, C5 Quadriplegia, C6-C7 Quadriplegia, ALS - Lou Gehrig's Disease, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy or SMA, Multiple Sclerosis, Paraplegia, Limited Speech or Nonvocal, Stroke, Unable to Walk - Wheelchair User, Brachial Plexus Injury, Limited Hearing or Deaf, Limited Vision or Blind, Arthritis, RSI, Tendinitis, Elderly, Not Disabled, Temporarily Able-Bodied
by Ability or Control Method No Control - Not Applicable, with ECU - Infrared IR, with ECU - discrete TTL, Limited Hand Dexterity, Some Finger Dexterity (no arm movement), Arm Movement (no finger dexterity), Voice - Speaker Independent, Voice - Speaker Dependent, Voice - Dictation, Breath- Blow or Suck Lightly, Using any Ability Switch, Mouth, Tongue, or Facial Gestures, Good Head Movement, Feet or Toes

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