Category: Computers

AbleNet TrackerPro

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The AbleNet TrackerPro is designed for users with Quadriplegia, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, ALS, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and any other disability where the user has little or no control of their hands to use a standard mouse. The TrackerPro hardware is placed in front of the user on top of or directly below their computer monitor and plugs into a USB Type A receptacle on the computer. The user places a small reflective dot on their forehead, glasses, or rim of their hat. TrackerPro reads the movement of the reflective dot and translates this movement into the movement of the mouse cursor on the computer screen. One or two switches with 1/8-inch / 3.5- millimeters TS (mono) plugs are plugged into TrackerPro for left and right mouse click functionality. For completely hands-free mouse clicking with TrackerPro, dwell selection software will need to be installed on the computer.

Technical Specifications: 

Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 3.25 inches.

Weight: 4 ounces.

Software compatible: Windows 7 or higher and Mac.

Input Voltage: 5 volts from USB port.

Power: 1.15 watts.

Field of View: 45°, symmetric.

Lens: Focus free

Operating Temperature: 0-40°C, 32-105°F.

Mouse Input Compatibility: USB.

Switch Input: 3.5 millimeter stereo jack.


Price Check
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AbleNet TrackerPro

Made By:

Ablenet, Inc.
Ablenet, Inc. Organization Type: 
Email address:
Phone: 800-322-0956
Fax: 651-294-2259
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
Web Address:
Controls, Recreation, Communication, Computers

Sold By:

Enablemart (A Division Of School Health Corporation)
Enablemart (A Division Of School Health Corporation) Organization Type: 
Email address:
Phone: 888-640-1999
Fax: 800-235-1305
Web Address:
Communication, Computers