AAC Switch Holders
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KM-718  AAC switch mount


Super Convi Clamp + Articulated Arm AAC Switch & Camera Holder

- For mounting equipment that has 1/4"-20 male or female thread
- Directly connects with AbleNet's Universal Mounting Plate for mounting AbleNet switches
- Adapter spigot (KS-054) allows mounting of camera/camcorder with 1/4"-20 female thread
- Clamp base: for 0.2-2" (5-51 mm) vertical tubes (e.g. wheelchair frame and bed rail)
- Clamp base: for flat board 0.2-1.2" (5-30 mm) (e.g. table or headboard)
- Arm length: 22.5" (57 cm)
- Adjustable joints: 3
- Load capacity: 4.4 lb/2 kg (when clamping on a vertical tube)
- Product weight: Super Convi Clamp (1 lb/450 g), arm with adaptor spigot (1 lb/470 g)
- Products included in the set: Super Convi Clamp (KCP-700), Articulated Arm (KCP-173), 3/8" male - 1/4" male Adapter Spigot (KS-054)
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The Articulate Arm has two 5/8" (16mm) hex shaped studs: a 3/8"-16 female thread and a 1/4"-20 female thread. This set includes an adapter spigot (KS-054) that helps convert the female threads on either end to 3/8"-16 or 1/4"-20 male thread. The adapters can mount most cameras & camcorders, AbleNet switches with universal mounting plates, or any other equipment that comes with a 1/4" and 3/8" male or female thread. The Articulated Arm has three 360 degree joints that allow you to easily adjust the position and angle of mounted camera or AAC switch. The joints are equipped with tooth patterns at the center to provide solid locking mechanisms. The hex studs on the end of the Articulated Arm can be connected to the Super Convi Clamp. The Clamp can be securely mounted onto most rails or tubes with external diameters from 0.2 to 2 inches (5-51 mm). The included plastic saddle can be attached to the Super Convi Clamp to securely hold onto tables between 0.2-1.2" (5-30 mm) thick. The user-friendly Clamp is easily secured and removed efficiently. This set mounts an AbleNet Switch or a camera within a flexible 22.5" (57 cm) radius.