Auto Repeat switch Modifier (ARM) is typically used when a video game requires a rapid, repeated button press (e.g for punching or shooting an opponent) but the player has difficulty with repeatedly pressing and releasing a switch.
ARM is plugged in between the players switch and the device (eg. Switch Access Pod) that needs controlling. While the players switch is pressed, ARM outputs a rapid sequence of pulses at a rate of 1- 10 per second (user adjustable via the beige knob) to suit the device.
ARM is powered by three CR1216 lithium coin cell batteries (cheap and easily replaced) which will give 10,000s of switch outputs. The LED on the front flashes repeatedly during output.
ONLY FOR USE ON COMPUTER GAMES AND TOYS. NOT FOR USE ON MOBILITY PRODUCTS.