Go wireless with your switch access to a tablet, computer, mobile phone, or other devices with a Bluetooth connection. The Blue2 accessibility switch provides a user with two switch inputs and is compatible with most switch scanning software.
The Blue2 dual switch provides access to compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch applications via Bluetooth wireless technology. Simply sync the switch with your favorite Apple® device and activate the application’s switch scanning mode to begin using the app hands-free.
Blue2 supports both single and dual switch access through direct access using the two built in switches, or plug in your favorite switches into the available ports to fit your individual needs. Also a great product for computer access, Blue2 also ships with a USB Bluetooth dongle. For maximum software accessibility, Blue2 supports five modes of keyboard/mouse commands.
Bluetooth® wireless access up to 30 feet
Long battery life (requires 2AA batteries)
No-touch access to compatible iTunes AAC apps
Single or dual switch access using the built-in switches, or plug in your own switches
Computer access with the included Bluetooth® dongle
Support for a variety of accessibility software with five command modes
Switch Type is Mechanical
Connection Type is Bluetooth Wireless
Activation Type is Pressure
Activation Surface is 2.75" x 2.75:
Activating Force: 7 oz.
Travel Before Activation is 0.05"
Feedback is Tactile
Plug Size is N/A (Bluetooth)
Mounting Plate is Universal Mounting Plate
iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch running iOS 7 or newer
Apple laptop and desktop computers running macOS Mavericks 10.9 or newer
Desktop, laptop, and tablet computers running Windows 10 Chromebooks and Chromeboxes
Android phones running Android 9 or newer
Blue2 does require switch accessible software on the device (software not included). iOS 7 or newer, macOS Mavericks 10.9 or newer, and some versions of Android already include switch control software. If you have questions about switch access on a specific software, please contact the software developer to inquire if switch access is available and what keystrokes they recognize as switch clicks.