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MagniLink Vision TTS (Text-to-speech)

Product Type:

electronic screen reader

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Bildschirmlesegerät MagniLink Vision TTS

Areas of Application:

- stationary use
- severely visually impaired people

Description:

The text-to-speech module turns the HD / Full-HD screen reader MagniLink Vision into a combination of reading and Reading system.

Features / Components:

- Hardware components: 23 “touchscreen monitor, camera
- Color rendering: true color and 6 false colors (positive / negative)
- Type of camera: HD camera, fully digital image transmission, autofocus can be switched off
- Electronic reading aid: Line ruler, monitor tilt and height adjustable, lighting dimmable
- Outputs: USB
- Control panel: Touchscreen, control element with buttons
- Text display as a single word, adjustable by line or column
- Texts can be saved on USB stick and read from USB stick
- with TTS module for reading the text aloud
- Anna and Yannick reading aloud
- Other: Reading table for A3 templates, headphone connection

Price (without guarantee):

The price is available on request from the manufacturer / distributor.

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Product Information from the Manufacturer / Distributor:

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Manufacturer:

LVI Low Vision International AB
Verkstadsgatan 5
352 46 Växjö
Sweden Telephone: +46 470 7277-00 Email: info@lvi.se Homepage: http://www.lvi.se

Distributor:

LVI Deutschland GmbH
Bahnhofsplatz 1
21423 Winsen
Germany Telephone: 04171 6693844 Email: info@lvideutschland.de Homepage: http://www.lvideutschland.de

Technical Data:

Refresh rate: 60 Hz
Magnification: 2.0 to 60 times (SD) or 1.9 to 90 times (HD)
Dimensions (W x H x D): 56 x 57 x 47 cm
Weight: 13.5 kg
power consumption: max. 67 W

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Reference Number:

DIAS/129591


Source :

DIAS


Last Update: 17 Feb 2021