ProxTalker by Logan
The most advanced and adaptable recorded speech communication device available. It uses RFID (radio frequency identification) technology to enable independent verbal picture communication for non-verbal people of all ages. This technology allows you to simply place any photo, symbol, or object on a sound tag card and have a voice! To trigger voice output place your sound tag card on any one of the 5 buttons and push. Now silent picture users have easy access to voice output!
-robust, water resistant and easy to use
-portable in back pack or wheelchair/wall mountable in binder format
-light touch option for easier access
-tags can be labelled with wide range of symbols, photos, text or objects of reference
-large tags available to support visual impairment
-easy access to vocabulary
-Speak All™ tag which enables sequence of tags to be played automatically
-color coded pages for categorization of tags
-5 location buttons allow single word or sentence level use.
-unique programming with no need for software or pc
-easily adjustable volume
-Sound tag can store up to 8 seconds of recording
-1GB memory, (30,000 sound tags/1,000 minutes)
-powered by 4 x C Duracell batteries (minimum of 6 months battery life in use)
The tool bag includes a star wrench, speak all (green) button and a programming sound tag key-chain set. A tool bag is included with each ProxTalker. However, additional or replacement tool bags are available
The binder is ideal for users who want to have more solid solution. Can be wheelchair mounted or hung on the wall for easy access.
The ProxTalker snaps into binder and shoulder strap makes it convenient for carrying the ProxTalker and the easily accessible Velcro pages and tags.
The BackPack comes as standard with the ProxTalker.
The ProxTalker securely snap locks into each carry case and the option of backpack or shoulder straps makes it versatile for different users.
Available in three colors - Black, Blue or Red
The Logan® ProxPAD™ choice maker can be used as a 1:1 tool to introduce choice making for early stage AAC development or as a classroom or school wide tool to engage non verbal children in day to day activities. Like the ProxTalker the ProxPAD uses RFID (radio frequency identification ) technology to bring sound to objects photos and symbols. Using it in creative ways enables studentsto make meaningful choices and be engaged in curriculum activities.