Traditionally, printers and MFPs have only displayed the status of the device on the operator panel. For a user with a visual impairment, these messages may be difficult or impossible to read. These messages typically display information related to low toner levels, missing paper trays and other conditions that require a user or administrator to intervene. With the Lexmark Accessibility Speech solution, the device will play a recorded audio file related to that same condition. The user simply presses and 0 keys in sequence, and then hears the audio message via the on-board speaker. Default messages have been created by Lexmark, and can be fully customized for each user if desired.
Lexmark Accessibility Speech Solution - License - 1 user - Win - for Lexmark CX410, CX510, CX860, MX910, X748, XC4153, XC6153, XC8160, XC8163, XC9235, XM5270
- Lexmark CX410de DSV EG, CX510de SPR Columbia, CX510de Statoil, CX860dte with Asset Tag, MX910dte, X748de Statoil, XC4140, XC4153, XC6153, XC6153de, XC8160, XC8163, XC8163de, XC9225, XC9235dte, XC9235dxe, XM5263, XM5270, XM7263, XM7270
- Web-based alternative to MFP touch screens
The Lexmark Accessibility Solution allows disabled employees to set up job commands, normally completed at the MFP, from a browser. Once set up, the task is assigned a job number. The employee completes the task by entering the assigned number at the MFP using the accessible number keypad.
- Compatible with popular accessibility software and PDAs
The software is designed to work well with accessibility products such as GW Micro WindowEyes; Freedom Scientific JAWS and MAGic, Ai Squared's ZoomText; accessible PDA devices such as HIMS Voice Sense and Braille Sense; Apple iPhone and industry standard speech recognition software. Disabled employees can leverage the power of these accessibility tools to access the functions of Lexmark MFPs.
- Custom audio status messages
With more than 60 messages available, administrators can create different prompts for employees with various levels of vision impairment. By pressing and 0 buttons on the keypad, an audio message related to the device status is played through the onboard speaker. This makes it easier for employees to independently resolve issues and reduces the need for verification from others about errors.
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