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Liberator E-Tran Frame
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Liberator E-Tran Frame

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Tough and Rugged, this frame can be used in the most testing environments
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Ex. VAT: £50.00 Inc. VAT £60.00

Ex. VAT: £50.00 Inc. VAT £60.00
  • Unrivalled Warranty & Support

  • Solutions for All Needs & Budgets

  • Wide Range of Access Methods

  • Free UK Deliveries on Orders over £100

Ex. VAT: £50.00 Inc. VAT £60.00

  • Unrivalled Warranty & Support

  • Solutions for All Needs & Budgets

  • Wide Range of Access Methods

  • Free UK Deliveries on Orders over £100

Technical Specification

SKU LIB-ETF
Manufacturer Liberator
VAT Exempt Yes
Colour Clear

Liberator E-Tran Frame

The Liberator E-Tran Frame is a portable (383x275x6mm), lightweight (495g) and sturdy, No-Tech communication solution for people who have reasonably good eye pointing skills. The frame is a rectangular sheet of clear Perspex (with a central square hole) to which symbols can be easily attached that can be mounted vertically such that it may sit on a desk or table top. The mount supplied with the bundle pack is removable such that the frame may be easily flat-packed and transported.

    Features:

  • Clear screen to allow your own choice of letters, words, images or symbols to enable communication at a glance!
  • Removable letters supplied
  • Frame stand also available (see bundle pack) to allow portable but secure use on a flat surface

How does it work?

The attached 'symbols' may be letters (supplied), words, symbols, or pictures (or other) placed around the outer edge of both sides of the frame. A User sits on one side of the frame and a 'Reader' sits opposite such that he/she can easily see where the User is looking and read the 'symbols'chosen. The symbol configuration may be simple or complex depending on the cognitive and language skills of the User. For example, at a simple level the frame may be used to indicate a choice between pictures of two items. At a more advanced level, when the alphabet is used, letters are normally grouped/blocked and colour coded. The User indicates the block first and then the colour of the letter within the block.

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