Find here switches that are Light Touch, requiring relatively light contact or touch to activate, and No Touch or Sensory switches.

Sensory switches use sensors to activate. So no contact is needed by the user for a switch signal to be sent.

Often these switches are used for individuals with profound physical challenges, who might only be able to only use slight motions to activate switches.  For example, a finger wave, puff of breath, or slight head movement. 

Light/No Touch or Sensor Switches

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