Tactile floor mats to wirelessly control the colours of a range of manufacturers multisensory equipment such as bubble tubes, wall panels and fibre optics. Please note that this product is not designed for use on its own, additional equipment to receive the wireless signals and create a multisensory output is required.
Nine tactile floor mats to allow control of ROMPA bubble tube, light source (carpets and fibre optics), wall panel and Wi Fi lighting colours. Walk on the green mat to turn your Snoezelen Wi Fi product green...step onto purple to turn it purple...and so on! Each mat has its own texture - and colour, matching those of our 8 Colour Wirefree Controller. Black carpet turns the colour off. Large surface area is perfect for those without the finer motor skills to operate smaller switches and allows several users to play together and take turns. Mats can be placed on the floor or wall-mounted. Please contact us for ever-increasing list of compatible products. Requires a PP3 9V battery (to be purchased separately). Size: each mat approximately 40 x 32cm
Goyt Side Road
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