Tips and tricks from people with spinal cord injuries (SCI).
Electric door lock opener
Enables a person with disabilities to unlock a door by pushing a button
Electric lock opener for entrance door controlled with wall contact (photo above) or with a transmitter (photo below).
The user has a transmitter with 6 push buttons and 20 different channels which can also control other functions in the house. A receiver sits by the lock.
The lock opener is usually connected to an automatic door opener. But the user only wanted to unlock the entrance door by remote control. The user mainly uses the button on the wall.
Abilia, abilia.com (last checked April 2020)
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Tipsare: Anonym 1
The person lives together with his wife and an child in a house. He is working part time. He was injured in 1975 and has a high tetraplegia (C5). Through hand surgery his grip function improved in both hands. He has personal assistance 7 hours a day.
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