Logan Braillecoach

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The Logan BrailleCoach is a braille training device designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision and use braille. This devices face features a raised red button and a small speaker. The user places a laminated tag with a single braille letter, word or phrase over the red button, and when the tag is pressed on the button, the letter, word or phrase is spoken by the BrailleCoach. The Logan BrailleCoach comes with 26 braille pre-programmed tags with each letter of the alphabet. There is also a set of programming tags that can be used with blank braille tags (not included) to create new tags for full words or phrases. To create a new tag, the user presses the “RECORD” programming tag on the raised red button. Then he or she presses the button with the blank tag, speaks the sound, word or phrase, and adds the corresponding braille label to the blank tag. The Logan BrailleCoach has an earphone jack, and there is a built-in microphone for adding words. Braille tags created for the Logan BrailleCoach can also be used on the Logan ProxTalker (see separate listing). POWER: Uses 4 AA batteries (included). WARRANTY: Contact manufacturer for warranty details.


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Logan Braillecoach

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Phone: 866-962-0966
Fax: 203-721-6070
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