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Selected code: 22

Assistive device types - Selected code: 22
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22 - Assistive products for communication and information management
Products intended to support, train or replace a person's capacity to receive, send, produce and process information in different forms, including communicating by language, signs and symbols, receiving and producing messages, carrying on conversations and using communication devices and techniques. Included are, e.g. devices for seeing, hearing, reading, writing, telephoning, signalling and alarming, information technology. Assistive products for office administration, information storage and management at work, see 28 21.
22.03 - Assistive products for seeing
Included are, e.g. magnifying devices.
22.03.03 - Light filters (absorption filters)
Devices for absorbing light with defined wavelengths and filtering out those that are unwanted.
22.03.03.S01 - Light absorption filters
22.03.06 - Spectacles and contact lenses
Devices which enable a person to focus her/his vision. Included are, e.g. spectacle frames and electronic glasses.
22.03.09 - Magnifier glasses, lenses and lens systems for magnification
Devices for enlarging the image of an object. Included are, e.g. lenses with and without illumination, loupe glasses (spectacles).
22.03.09.S01 - Magnifying glasses22.03.09.S01 - Magnifying glasses
22.03.09.S02 - Spectacles-mounted telescopes for short distances22.03.09.S02 - Spectacles-mounted telescopes for short distances
22.03.12 - Binoculars and monoculars
Devices for magnifying the image of a distant object for one or two eyes. Included are, e.g. spectacle-mounted monocular and binocular telescopes..
22.03.12.S01 - Spectacles-mounted telescopes for long distances22.03.12.S01 - Spectacles-mounted telescopes for long distances
22.03.15 - Assistive products for extending and adjusting range and angle of the field of vision
Devices for broadening or changing the angle of the visual field. Included are, e.g. prismatic spectacles, recumbent spectacles.
22.03.15.S01 - Prismatic spectacles22.03.15.S01 - Prismatic spectacles
22.03.18 - Image-enlarging systems
Devices for displaying an enlarged image of the object that has been transmitted and captured by a camera for direct display via a monitor. Included are, e.g. cameras, control units, monitors and digital systems..
22.03.18.S01 - Stationary image-enlarging reading devices22.03.18.S01 - Stationary image-enlarging reading devices
Stationary systems that display an enlarged image of the subject that has been captured by a video camera
22.03.18.S02 - Stationary image-enlarging reading devices with connection units for computers22.03.18.S02 - Stationary image-enlarging reading devices with connection units for computers
Stationary systems, with connection unit for computer, that display an enlarged image of the subject that has been captured by a video camera
22.03.18.S03 - Portable image-enlarging reading devices22.03.18.S03 - Portable image-enlarging reading devices
portable systems that display an enlarged image of the subject that has been captured by a video camera
22.03.18.S04 - Accessories for image-enlarging reading adevices
Accessories for image-enlarging reading devices, e.g. XY-tables.
22.03.18.S05 - Visual magnification software for personal computers
22.03.21 - Screen magnification software
Software for enlarging elements in the user interface, which can contain facilities e.g. for choosing colours, focus techniques. Software for output devices, see 22 39 12.
22.06 - Assistive products for hearing
Devices for concentrating, amplifying, modulating and transmitting sound for a person with hearing problems. Included are, e.g. hearing aids with built-in tinnitus masking. Assistive products for stimulating senses with sound, see 04 28 06.
22.06.03 - Ear-trumpets
Devices for concentrating and channelling sounds into the ear
22.06.06 - Hearing amplifiers
Devices placed on or nearby the person’s body for amplifying surrounding sound or for increasing the volume of one or more persons’ voices. Included are, e.g. communication amplifiers.
22.06.06.S01 - Software for sound or speech amplification
Software, to be installed on a mobile device such as a smartphone, that amplifie the sounds or voices around the user.
22.06.09 - Spectacle hearing aids
Frames of eyeglasses with built-in electronic devices to amplify sound
22.06.12 - In-the-ear hearing aids
Devices worn within the ear to amplify sound. Included are, e.g. in-the-canal hearing aids..
22.06.12.S01 - Concha/in-the-ear hearing aids
Hearing aids placed in the outer part of the ear canal (concha). Allows room for controls in the hearing aid.
22.06.12.S02 - Completely in-the-canal hearing aids
Hearing aids placed in the ear canal. No controls on the apparatus.
22.06.15 - Behind-the-ear hearing aids
Devices worn behind the ear to amplify sound. Included are, e.g. headband hearing aids..
22.06.15.S01 - Behind-the-ear hearing-aids
Behind-the-ear hearing-aids with an output <= 132 dB SPL
22.06.15.S02 - Power behind-the-ear hearing-aids
Behind-the-ear hearing-aids with an output > 132 dB SPL
22.06.18 - Tactile hearing aids
Devices for receiving, amplifying and transforming sounds into tactile signals
22.06.21 - Hearing aids used in connection with implants
Devices for assisting hearing by stimulating the receivers implanted, e.g. in the inner ear
22.06.21.S01 - Hearing aids used in connection with implants
22.06.25 - Sound transmission systems for hearing aids
Devices for transmitting sound between source and hearing aid. Included are induction loop systems, induction loop amplifiers, radio frequency (FM) transmission systems, infrared (IR) systems and streaming systems.
22.06.25.S01 - Small induction loop-amplifiers22.06.25.S01 - Small induction loop-amplifiers
Amplifiers for small loops, designed for one person. Included are, e.g., pillow loops, neck loops and clip-on equipment transmitting audio magnetically by using the pick-up loop inside the users hearing aids.
22.06.25.S02 - Induction-loop amplifiers
Loop amplifiers using electromagnetic waves to transmit audio information to hearing aids. Designed for use in one or more rooms.
22.06.25.S03 - Induction-loops
Passive induction-loops without built-in amplifiers.
22.06.27 - Accessories for assistive products for hearing
Included are, e.g. audio connections, spectacle adaptations, remote controls for hearing aids, software, special purpose batteries, rechargeable batteries, battery chargers.
22.09 - Assistive products for voice and speech functions
Devices for assisting a person to communicate through speech. Microphones, see 22 18 33. Loudspeakers, see 22 18 36.
22.09.03 - Voice generators
Devices that generate mechanical vibrations that resonate in the oral and nasal cavities and can be modulated by the tongue and lips in a normal manner, thereby allowing the production of speech. Hearing amplifiers, see 22 06 06.
22.09.06 - Voice amplifiers for personal use
Devices for increasing the volume of a person’s voice. Hearing amplifiers, see 22 06 06.
22.09.06.S01 - Voice amplifiers for personal use22.09.06.S01 - Voice amplifiers for personal use
22.09.09 - Speech flow devices
Devices to improve fluency and rhythm of speech.
22.09.12 - Assistive products for voice training and speech training
Products for training and developing the use of voice and speech, particularly in relation to the production and awareness of sounds. Included are, e.g. assistive products for training spoken language, S-, F- and Sch-indicators, acoustic spectral analyser.
22.09.12.S01 - Software for voice and speech training22.09.12.S01 - Software for voice and speech training
22.09.12.S02 - Equipment for voice and speech training22.09.12.S02 - Equipment for voice and speech training
22.13 - Assistive products for reading, writing and drawing
Included are products for handling reading and writing materials. Letter and symbol sets and boards, see 22 21 03. Tools, materials and equipment for creative pictorial design, 30 18 15.
22.13.03 - Page turners
Devices used for turning pages in e.g., books, newspapers and magazines. Operating sticks, see 24 18 15.
22.13.03.S01 - Digital documents readers22.13.03.S01 - Digital documents readers
Software based system able to transform digital documents (e.g. text files) into voice output
22.13.03.S02 - Digital document reading (text to speech) services
Web based services that transform digital documents into audio files
22.13.03.S03 - Page turners
22.13.06 - Writing boards, reading stands and book support cushions
Stands, boards, manuscript holders, and cushions for holding or supporting reading and writing materials, e.g. paper and books. Reading desks, writing desks and standing desks, see 18 03 06. Bed tables, see 18 03 15.
22.13.06.S01 - Writing and drawing boards22.13.06.S01 - Writing and drawing boards
22.13.09 - Signature guides, stamps and writing frames
Devices for assisting a person to write a signature or hand-written characters in the desired position or to produce a printed signature using a stamp.
22.13.09.S01 - Signature guides22.13.09.S01 - Signature guides
22.13.09.S02 - Writing rulers22.13.09.S02 - Writing rulers
22.13.12 - Reading masks and typoscopes
Devices that enable a limited area of text to be visible at one time.
22.13.15 - Text-to-speech devices and software
Devices and software for reading aloud printed or digital text with an electronic voice. Included are reading machines, reading pens, screen readers and electronic voices.
22.13.15.S01 - Text-to-speech software
22.13.15.S02 - Screen readers
22.13.15.S03 - Reading pens
22.13.15.S04 - Reading machines
22.13.15.S05 - Digital document reading (text to speech) services
22.13.18 - OCR equipment and OCR software
Scanners and software used to recognize and transform printed text into digital format. Included are hand-held scanners.
22.13.18.S01 - Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software22.13.18.S01 - Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software
Software used for the scanning and recognition of documents. Included are e.g. OCR software with text-to-speech technology.
22.13.18.S02 - Paper documents reading devices22.13.18.S02 - Paper documents reading devices
Hardware system that transforms the text written in paper document into alternative forms (e.g. enlarged text, synthetic speech, or tactile).
22.13.21 - DAISY players and e-book readers
Included are, e.g. software for DAISY players and e-book readers.
22.13.21.S01 - E-book readers
22.13.21.S02 - Audible books playing systems
22.13.24 - Manual devices for drawing and handwriting
Included are, e.g. ball pens, pencils, brushes, drawing compasses, rulers, set squares, and holders for the above.
22.13.24.S01 - Drawing compasses
22.13.24.S02 - Devices for manual drawing22.13.24.S02 - Devices for manual drawing
22.13.24.S03 - Pens22.13.24.S03 - Pens
22.13.27 - Manual Braille writing equipment
Devices for producing embossed Braille characters on paper with a special stylus or a stick.
22.13.27.S01 - Braille writing equipment22.13.27.S01 - Braille writing equipment
22.13.27.S02 - Ballu' writing equipment
22.13.30 - Typewriters
Included are manual and electric typewriters and e.g. Braille typewriters.
22.13.30.S01 - Electric braille typewriters22.13.30.S01 - Electric braille typewriters
Stationary electric Braille typewriters
22.13.30.S02 - Manual braille typewriters22.13.30.S02 - Manual braille typewriters
Manual Braille typewriters
22.13.33 - Special writing paper/plastic
Materials for hard copies with special effects for tactile recognition.
22.13.33.S01 - Special drawing plastic22.13.33.S01 - Special drawing plastic
22.13.33.S02 - Special paper
22.13.36 - Portable note-taking devices for Braille
Portable devices for storing information with the use of braille.
22.13.39 - Text and multimedia processing software
Software for writing, editing, organizing and storing text and multimedia materials. Included are e.g. software for word prediction, Braille and DAISY. Office software and industrial software, see 28 21 12.
22.13.39.S01 - Word-processing software22.13.39.S01 - Word-processing software
Word processing software specifically designed to facilitate the use by people with motor, cognitive or sensory disabilities.
22.13.39.S02 - Voice recognition systems22.13.39.S02 - Voice recognition systems
Software for command and control or text input to computers by speech (speech-to-text programs).
22.13.39.S03 - Eyegaze systems22.13.39.S03 - Eyegaze systems
Systems that allow to control a computer, or other devices, through gaze
22.13.39.S04 - EEG, EOG or EMG controlled input devices
Input devices controlled by electric signals activated by brainwave signals (EEG), by facial muscle movements (EMG) or by eye movements (EOG).
22.13.39.S05 - Software for adjusting input devices response22.13.39.S05 - Software for adjusting input devices response
Software that allow to modify the functioning and behavior of input devices (e.g. mouse, keyboard, switches, ....) through adjustments and filtering (e.g. filtering out involuntary repeated keypress, or allowing "hot keys" and "short cuts")
22.13.39.S06 - Software for word prediction
22.13.42 - Drawing and painting software
Software for enabling drawing and painting activities with computers. Office software and industrial software, see 28 21 12.
22.13.42.S01 - Software for drawing
22.13.45 - Assistive products for training in reading
Products for training and developing reading skills, e.g. strategy, approach and performance.
22.13.45.S01 - Software for developing reading skill
22.13.48 - Assistive products for training in writing
Products for training and developing writing skills. Included are e.g. assistive products for training in typing.
22.13.48.S01 - Software for developing writing skill
22.13.51 - Assistive products for Braille training
Manual Braille writing equipment, see 22 13 27. Portable note-taking devices for Braille, see 22 13 36.
22.15 - Assistive products for calculation and training basic arithmetic
Computers and terminals, see >22 33
22.15.03 - Manual devices for calculation
Included are, e.g. abacuses, slide rules.
22.15.03.S01 - Abaci22.15.03.S01 - Abaci
22.15.06 - Calculators
Included are calculators with, e.g. speech output, large buttons, large display.
22.15.06.S01 - Electronic calculators
22.15.09 - Calculation software
Office software and industrial software, see >282112
22.15.09.S01 - Software for calculation22.15.09.S01 - Software for calculation
22.15.12 - Assistive products for training and supporting the basics of arithmetic
Products designed to assist in the acquisition of the conceptual link between the number of objects, figures and basic arithmetical operations.
22.15.12.S01 - Software for training mathematic skills
22.15.15 - Assistive products for training in basic geometric skills
Products that enable a person to learn the main characteristics of geometric shapes, and to recognize, name and compare shapes.
22.15.15.S01 - Software for training in basic geometric skills
22.15.18 - Assistive products in understanding of money
Included are assistive products for understanding valuation, means of payment.
22.15.18.S01 - Software for training in understanding of money
22.15.21 - Assistive products for training in mathematics and physical sciences
Products to assist in educating a person in mathematics and the natural sciences such as biology, physics and chemistry.
22.15.21.S01 - Aids for practicing understanding of size and capacity measurement
22.18 - Assistive products that record, play and display audio and visual information
Devices that record or deliver information in audio or visual formats and products that combine any of those functions. Included are, e.g. audio and video equipment, televisions, sound transmission systems, products that process audio or visual information to enhance its quality and usefulness, such as filtering noises or converting analogue to digital information. Visual displays, see 22 39 04.
22.18.03 - Sound recording and playing devices
Devices for recording and playback of sound, e.g. dictaphones and music players. DAISY players and e-book readers, see 22 13 21.
22.18.03.S01 - Digital note recorders22.18.03.S01 - Digital note recorders
Note recorders and dictaphones, recording in digital format. With internal and/or external memory.
22.18.03.S02 - Equipment for recording and/or replaying digital books
Hardware devices for recording and/or replaying digital books, e.g. in DAISY format.
22.18.03.S03 - hardware e Software for audio file playing
22.18.06 - Video recording and playing devices
Devices for saving and playing visual images and motion pictures on tape or other electronic media. Included are, e.g. cameras and projectors.
22.18.09 - Radio receivers
Included are, e.g. radio receivers with audio display.
22.18.12 - Two-way radios
Devices for receiving and transmitting mainly one to one remote radio communication. Included are, e.g. Citizens Band (CB), Family Radio Services (FRS), General Mobile, Radio Service (GMRS), marine radios.
22.18.15 - Televisions
Included are, e.g. digital and high definition televisions.
22.18.18 - Closed-circuit television systems
Closed systems for transmitting images with a camera to a recorder or direct displaying in a remote location. Image-enlarging system, see 22 03 18. Localization and tracking systems, see 22 29 12.
22.18.21 - Decoders for videotext and text television
Devices for translating videotext into artificial speech and decoding spoken output to provide video captions. Excluded are speech recognition systems.
22.18.21.S01 - Real time captioning systems
Hardware or software systems for decoding spoken output to provide video captions
22.18.21.S02 - Delayed captioning systems
Harware or software systems that allow to prepare captioning in advance (not in real time)
22.18.21.S03 - Captioning services
22.18.33 - Microphones
Included are, e.g. headset microphones.
22.18.36 - Loudspeakers
22.18.38 - Headphones, earphones and headsets
Head-worn loudspeakers placed nearby or inside the ear. Included are, e.g. devices that increase the volume of TVs, radios, stereos or are used together with communication amplifiers.
22.18.39 - Accessories for audio, video and visual systems
22.21 - Assistive products for face-to-face communication
Assistive products for communication between persons situated in the same place. Included are products primarily used for face-to-face communication, but with options for distance communication. Assistive products for voice and speech functions, see 22 09. Assistive products for distant communication, see 22 24.
22.21.03 - Letter and symbol sets and boards
Books/booklets or boards that contain letters, symbols and words to support communication. Face-to-face communication software, see 22 21 12.
22.21.03.S01 - Communication boards22.21.03.S01 - Communication boards
22.21.03.S02 - Letter and/or symbol sets
22.21.09 - Dialogue units
Portable and non-portable electronic devices for alternative and augmentative communication between persons situated in the same place. Included are, e.g. digital electronic displays, output equipment for recorded and synthetic speech.
22.21.09.S01 - Symbolic communication devices22.21.09.S01 - Symbolic communication devices
Communication devices consisting of a touch-sensitive screen divided into a given number of fields. When activating a field an auditive output with digital or synthetic speech is produced.
22.21.09.S02 - Alphabetic communication devices22.21.09.S02 - Alphabetic communication devices
Writing based communication devices with a standard keyboard. Features screen output, synthetic speech output or printed output.
22.21.09.S03 - Dynamic display communication devices
Dynamic display communication devices equipped with software for managing customized alphabetic and/or symbolic communication matrices.
22.21.12 - Face-to-face communication software
Software for communication between persons situated in the same place. Text and multimedia processing software, see 22 13 39.
22.21.12.S01 - Face-to-face communication software22.21.12.S01 - Face-to-face communication software
Software that allow computer or mobile devices (smartphone, PDA, tablet, ...) to work as a communicator.
22.21.12.S02 - Tools for developing grids for communication software
22.21.18 - Assistive products for training in finger spelling
Products for training in, and learning, finger spelling, i.e. tactile communication for deaf blind persons.
22.21.21 - Assistive products for training in sign language
Products for training in, and learning, sign languages, i.e. visual languages for deaf persons.
22.21.24 - Assistive products for training in lip-reading
Products for training in, and learning, lip-reading. Included are, e.g. assistive products for training deaf and hard of hearing persons to understand what other persons say by watching the movement of their lips.
22.21.27 - Assistive products for training in cued speech
Products for training and learning vocal language supplemented by signing.
22.21.30 - Assistive products for training in use of tactile symbols other than Braille
Assistive products for training in use of tactile symbols other than Braille
22.21.33 - Assistive products for training the use of visual symbols for communication
Included are assistive products for training the use of Bliss, icons, drawings, pictures, and other symbols for communication.
22.21.33.S01 - Software for training in icons and symbols
22.21.36 - Assistive products for training in Morse communication
Products for teaching the Morse alphabet and training a person to use it. Assistive products for signalling, alarming and localization, see 22 29.
22.24 - Assistive products for distant communication
22.24.04 - Multifunctional communication systems
Devices that combine speech, text, images and video communication. Included are, e.g. smartphones, telephone conference system, videophones. Assistive products for hearing, see 22 06.
22.24.04.S01 - smartphones22.24.04.S01 - smartphones
22.24.04.S02 - Video intercom
22.24.05 - Telex and telefax machines
22.24.07 - Devices mainly for speech communication
Included are, e.g. stationary telephones with or without portable receivers, mobile phones, internet telephones, tactile telephones, hand-free models.
22.24.07.S01 - Stationary telephones
22.24.07.S02 - Intercom
22.24.07.S03 - Simplified mobile phones
22.24.12 - Telephone booths
22.24.18 - Telephone switchboards
Panels and boards of switches for controlling the operation of a telephone system
22.24.21 - Accessories for assistive products for distant communication
Included are, e.g. connecting units and signal transformers of an incoming message, keyboards for mobile phones, number presentation assistive products, receiver holders, receiver amplifiers. Assistive products for hearing, see 22 06. Assistive products to assist or replace arm function, hand function, finger function or combination of these functions, see 24 18. Assistive products for fixation, see 24 27.
22.24.21.S01 - Receiver holders22.24.21.S01 - Receiver holders
22.24.21.S02 - Ring tone indicators22.24.21.S02 - Ring tone indicators
22.24.21.S03 - Dialling aids
22.24.21.S04 - Connection units for telephone
22.24.24 - Software for distant communication
Software for textual, verbal and visual communication between computers via the computer network. Included are, e.g. teleconference software, internet-based video communication systems, e-mail-software and instant messaging apps to facilitate use of smart
22.24.24.S01 - Telecommunication and telematics software22.24.24.S01 - Telecommunication and telematics software
Software, specifically designed for person with motor, sensory or cognitive disability, for verbal and visual communication between computers via the computer network
22.24.24.S02 - Voice over IP Services
22.24.33 - Intercoms and entry phones
Stand-alone electronic communication systems intended to facilitate a limited or private dialogue between two or more persons in different locations. Included are, e.g. door entry systems with integrated door openers, entry phone amplifiers. Assistive products for signalling, alarming, monitoring, and identifying, see 22 29 Closed-circuit television systems, see 22 18 18
22.28 - Assistive products for managing time, memory, and planning
Assistive products for indication and understanding of time, for planning, for supporting memory, attention and for structuring e.g. activities.
22.28.03 - Clocks and timepieces
Devices for measuring, displaying and speaking time. Included are, e.g. portable and non-portable devices, timers and devices with or without an alarm function..
22.28.03.S01 - Wrist-watches22.28.03.S01 - Wrist-watches
22.28.03.S02 - Pocket-watches22.28.03.S02 - Pocket-watches
22.28.03.S03 - Table clocks or wall clocks22.28.03.S03 - Table clocks or wall clocks
22.28.06 - Calendars and timetables
Devices for providing calendar information, with or without functions for information about planned activities or sequences related to specific time for managing one’s time in daily life. Included are, e.g. special calendar software. Office software and industrial software, see 28 21 12.
22.28.06.S01 - Organizers22.28.06.S01 - Organizers
22.28.06.S02 - Calendar software
Software designed to help users to manage daily life. Included are also software or equipment for mobile phones, paging receivers etc.
22.28.09 - Assistive products for structuring periods of time, activities and personal goals
Assistive products that support structuring periods of time, activities or personal goals by clarifying cycles, sub cycles, sequences and possibly use of time but without relation to a specific time. Calendars and timetables, see 22 28 06.
22.28.12 - Memory support products
Devices and software to recall memories of the past, e.g. talking photo albums, or to support memory by promoting or notifying about single or multiple actions, e.g. taking medicine, executing a movement or taking measurement as part of self-monitoring.
22.28.12.S01 - Memory support products
22.29 - Assistive products for signalling, alarming and localization
Assistive products for signalling, alarming, warning, localizing and tracking a person. Included are products for marking.
22.29.03 - Signalling devices
Devices that transform a signal, e.g. from telephone, doorbell, babycall, to a visual, an acoustic or a mechanical output.
22.29.03.S01 - Indicators with visual signals
22.29.03.S02 - Indicators with acoustic signals
22.29.03.S03 - Systems to transform images into sound or voice
Systems that transform an image, or a video, into acoustic information through sounds or synthetic speech
22.29.03.S04 - Indicators with mechanical signals
22.29.06 - Personal emergency alarm systems
Devices either operated by the user or activated automatically in case of personal emergency. Included are, e.g. insulin alarms, fall alarms, seizure alarms for persons with epilepsy.
22.29.06.S01 - Personal emergency alarm systems22.29.06.S01 - Personal emergency alarm systems
22.29.09 - Environmental emergency alarm systems
Included are, e.g. fire alarms, smoke detectors, alarm systems with internal transmitter.
22.29.12 - Localization and tracking systems
Devices for localizing or tracking a person. Included are, e.g. GPS-trackers.
22.29.12.S01 - Satellite navigation systems
Monitoring and positioning systems that operate via satellite navigation. Included are, e.g., global positioning systems (GPS).
22.29.12.S02 - Registration of persons without identification
Alarm systems not featuring identification. The alarm is activated when a person leaves a certain area.
22.29.12.S03 - Remote video monitoring systems
22.29.15 - Marking materials and marking tools
Devices for marking and identifying. Included are, e.g. signs, symbols, labels.
22.31 - Assistive products for learning languages
Assistive products for learning languages
22.31.89 - Assistive products for language training
22.31.89.S01 - Software for training in italian language as mother tongue
22.33 - Computers and terminals
Office software and industrial software, see >282112
22.33.03 - Desktop (non-portable) computers
22.33.03.S01 - Desk-top computers22.33.03.S01 - Desk-top computers
22.33.06 - Portable computers and personal digital assistants (PDA)
Computers that can be powered with batteries and thus can be used anywhere. Included are, e.g. computers in combination with mobile phones such as smartphones..
22.33.06.S01 - Palm-top computers22.33.06.S01 - Palm-top computers
22.33.06.S02 - Lap-top computers22.33.06.S02 - Lap-top computers
22.33.06.S03 - Cases for computer
Case to protect and/or facilitate carring of devices like computers, PDA or tablets.
22.33.09 - Public information/transaction terminals
Included are, e.g. ATM, bank, ticket automats.
22.33.12 - Operating software
Office software and industrial software, see >282112
22.33.12.S01 - Software interfaces for computer or mobile devices22.33.12.S01 - Software interfaces for computer or mobile devices
Complete software interface to facilitate the use of personal computer or mobile devices (e.g. tablet pc, smart phones).
22.33.12.S02 - Operating systems
22.33.15 - Browser software
Included are, e.g. software for SMS, WAP and e-mail. Office software and industrial software, see 28 21 12.
22.33.15.S01 - Web browsers
Web browsers with special features (e.g. voice output) that allow people with disabilities to navigate the web.
22.33.15.S02 - Communication Software ( between devices)
22.33.18 - Accessories for computers and networks
Included are, e.g. external memory units, modems, adapters and cables, CD and DVD drives, networking devices. Output devices for computers, see 22 39.
22.39 - Output devices
Included are, e.g. display monitors, printers, plotters, synthesizers, output software. Office machines and office equipment, see 28 21 09.
22.39.04 - Visual displays
Devices that display information visually by enlarging or otherwise enhancing text and images from e.g. a computer. Included are, e.g. large print displays, screen magnifiers, glare reduction screens. Screen magnification software, see 22 03 21.
22.39.04.S01 - Computer monitors
Monitors for desktop computers.
22.39.04.S02 - Screen filters
Filters for computer monitors reducing specular reflection.
22.39.05 - Tactile displays
Devices that display information from e.g. a computer tactilely. Included are, e.g. Braille displays, tactile graphic displays.
22.39.05.S01 - Braille displays22.39.05.S01 - Braille displays
Displays converting text to Braille.
22.39.06 - Printers
Included are, e.g. Braille printers and plotters.
22.39.06.S01 - Printers22.39.06.S01 - Printers
22.39.07 - Audible displays
Devices that display information from e.g. a computer audibly through speech or other sound. Included are, e.g. speech synthesizers. Loudspeakers, see 22 18 36. Headphones, earphones and headsets, see 22 18 38.
22.39.07.S01 - Speech synthesizers
Hardware or software systems able to generate artificial human speech, also known as Text to Speech systems
22.39.12 - Software for output devices
Included are, e.g. browsers. Screen magnification software, see 22 03 21. Text-to-speech devices and software, see 22 13 15.
22.39.12.S01 - Magnifying software22.39.12.S01 - Magnifying software
Software that enlarge the text and graphics displayed on the screen of a computer or other electronic devices. May feature screen reading, colour choice and focus enhancement etc.
22.39.12.S02 - Screen reader software22.39.12.S02 - Screen reader software
Software that interpret what is being displayed on the screen and present it to the user with text-to-speech, sound icons, or a Braille output device.
22.39.12.S03 - Software for adjusting color combination and text size22.39.12.S03 - Software for adjusting color combination and text size
Software that allow adjusting the color of text, background, images and other elements displayed on the screen, and/or to adjust the font size, to improve visualization.
22.39.12.S04 - Software to modify the pointer appearance22.39.12.S04 - Software to modify the pointer appearance
Software to modify the size, color, and/or shape of the pointer on the screen
22.45 - Assistive products for orientation
Devices for navigation, guidance, identification or recognizing the surrounding environment. Guide canes and symbol canes for orientation, see 12 08. Tactile materials for floors and stairs, see 18 33 15.
22.45.03 - Assistive products for electronic orientation
Electronic devices for guidance that provide information to determine the relative position in a certain area.
22.45.03.S01 - Orientation aids22.45.03.S01 - Orientation aids
(Automatic translation) Electronic devices designed to provide visual, acoustic or tactile information or messages useful for orientation in the environment during the journey.
22.45.06 - Assistive products for acoustic navigation
Devices for guidance that produce a sound or a message to orientate a person with a visual impairment. Included are, e.g. sound beacons..
22.45.09 - Compasses
Devices for guidance that supply information on the north, east, south and west directions.
22.45.12 - Tactile orientation materials
Materials intended to supply information on orientation by touch. Included are, e.g. structured surfaces. Tactile materials for floors and stairs, see 18 33 15.
22.45.12.S01 - Tactile maps22.45.12.S01 - Tactile maps
22.45.15 - Visual orientation materials
Materials intended to supply information on orientation through sight.
22.45.15.S01 - Visual orientation materials
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