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videosIntroduction TO USING aN I-Click


An I-Click is a special highly sensitive muscle twitch switch that uses an infrared (IR) sensor. It offers zero-force operation and detects very small changes in the amount of IR energy reflected.    

The sensor is 'happy' from 1mm to 4mm from the skin and triggers from tiny changes in that distance.  It will auto-adjust within that range and alarm if the distance falls outside of 1-4mm.

The sensor is housed in a small plastic capsule that is magnetically mounted from a support bracket which can be positioned readily using the I-Click bargraph display.

The I-Click will send a character or mouse click to a PC/tablet/phone*.  This can be used by assistive technology software of your choice.
* If an Apple product must have USB-C

The I-Click also has a relay output. This allows the I-Click to be used like any other 3.5mm mechanical switch.

Limitations:  As the I-Click uses infrared light it is unsuitable for use in strong sunlight.  It is unaffected by modern household lighting. 

The I-Click is a muscle twitch detector & is not an eye blink switch


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I-Click Videos1
Short Version (2mins)
Full Version  (8mins)
Anchor 1
Practical Installation
I_Click Video2

Updating your I-Click Firmware

Your I-Click firmware can be updated using the Celtic Magic update tool. 

Go to the Update Firmware page for full instructions.

Update I-Click

3D Printing your own spares

Sometimes things get lost or broken and the various small parts that form the mounting system are often lost especially for devices loaned from healthcare facilities.   If you can 3D print then you can make your spares.   Not all parts are available as they are assemblies containing stainless steel and magnets.    Here is a link for all the parts that you can make yourself.  Use good quality PLA for these parts printing with a 20% infill

I-Click User Printable Parts (zip)

Print you own spares I-Click
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