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Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT)

Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT)

For a copy of the VPAT for a Dell product listed in the table below or for Dell-branded software and peripheral products, please send an e-mail with the following text in the subject line "Request for Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT)" to Regulatory_Compliance@Dell.com

For a copy of the VPAT for Dell software, please click here

For a copy of the VPAT for third-party software and peripheral products purchased from Dell, please contact the manufacturer.


Dell Product Supported by VPATs
 

Dell Compellent

FS8600

SC220

SC280

SC8000

SC4020

Dell Networking

2808,2816,2824,2848

3524,3524P, 3548, 3548P

N2000 Series

N3000 Series

N4000 Series- N4032, N4032F, N4064, N4064F

C Series –C-300, C-150

E Series – E-600i, E1200i

M Series –M6220, M6348, M8024

Dell Networking MXL

Dell Networking IOA

S Series –S5000, S6000, S50, S4810, S4810P, S4820T, S55T, S60-44T, S2410P, S25, S2410CP

Dell Networking W Series

Z Series –Z-9000, Z-9500

EqualLogic

FS7600

FS7610

PS-4100 Series
PS-M4110 Series

PS-6100 Series

PS-6110 Series

PS-6500 Series

PS-6510 Series

Latitude

12 7000 Series – 7240

14 3000 Series - E3450

14 5000 Series – E5440, E5450

14 7000 Series – E7440

15 3000 Series – E3540

15 5000 Series – E5540, E5550

3330

E6440

E6540

OptiPlex

3011 AIO

3020

3020 Micro

3030 AIO

7010

7020

9020

9020 AIO

9020 Micro

9030 AIO

PowerVault

MD3600 Series – MD3600,MD3600i,MD3600f

MD3060 Series – MD3060

MD3200 Series – MD3200, MD3200i

MD3220 Series – MD3220, MD3220i

MD3400 Series

MD3420 Series

MD3460
MD3260 Series – MD3260i, MD3260

MD3620 Series – MD3620f

MD3660 Series – MD3660i, MD3660f

MD3800 Series

MD3820 Series

MD3860 Series

NX400

NX3200

NX3500

NX3600/3610

ML6010

ML6020
ML6030

RD1000

114T

124T

TL2000

TL4000

PowerEdge

M420

M520

M620
M630

M820

M915

M1000e

R220
R320

R415

R420

R430

R515
R630

R715

R720

R720xd
R730

R730xd

R815

R820

R910

R920

T20

T110 II

T320

T420

T430

T620
T630

VRTX
FX2

FM120x4
FC630

Dell Precision

M2800

M4800

M6700

M6800

R7610

T1700

T3610

T5610

T7610

Venue Pro

Venue Pro 11 – 7131, 7139, 5130, 7140

Wyse

Thin/Zero/multi  Clients

 

 

 


Improving Accessibility of Dell Products

 Dell strives to improve usability of our products through a variety of methods. Dell assists users of our products who have auditory impairments with the use of light and listening devices. Dell also assists users who have physical disabilities with adjustable hardware and gross/fine motor-skills hardware.

 

Dell Products and Accessibility

 A variety of Dell™ products have been evaluated for conformance with the US Section 508 standards, thereby resulting in the issuance of a product-specific Voluntary Product Accessibility Template® (VPAT). Many of our products have accessible features and functionalities and are indicated within the detailed VPATs. Further information is located here.



Assistive Technologies

 Dell has also teamed up with Electronic Vision Access Solutions (EVAS), an industry-leading provider of accessible plug- and -play computers, to create computer systems designed specifically for people impacted by disabilities. Our plug- and -play solutions run right out of the box with application software, peripherals and assistive technology installed and configured. 

Dell's Assistive Technology Services for business and government are designed to simplify and streamline the end-to-end process, enabling employers to successfully create and manage a diverse workforce.

 

Web Content Accessibility

 To continuously exemplify our commitment to customers impacted by disabilities, Dell is currently taking action on several levels. Dell works toward the goal of meeting, and where possible, exceeding, both the W3C® Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) and US Section 508 standards. Compliance with these guidelines helps make Dell.com more accessible to Web site visitors with disabilities and benefits all visitors to the site. 

Further information on initiatives used to further the development of functionality and usability of applications is found here.

 


General Accessibility Features


Microsoft Windows - Ease of Access Center

Included as part of the Windows Operating System, users can configure their system to numerous accessibility settings and programs which are included in the operating system to customize keyboard navigation, screen zoom and magnification, speech-to-text control and color/contrast settings.

Ease of Access Center Windows 7 – details here

Ease of Access Center Windows 8.1/Windows 8.1 RT – details here

Ease of Access Center Windows 10 – details here

Note: Accessibility information of Microsoft products which may be used in Dell systems – details here


Industry Standard Connectors

Dell products are supplied with industry standard connectors to enable use of Assistive technologies if desired. More information on connectors used with specific models can be found on www.dell.com


Keyboards

Keyboards may have tactile bumps which provide a reference point so that all keys may be located without visual assistance.

Keyboards may have been designed to facilitate use with minimal tactile control and accessible force profiles.


Enabling the Use of Adaptive Devices

Dell.com undergoes ongoing testing by users who employ adaptive devices to access the internet. Dell continually makes enhancements to its website in response to requests and testing. To facilitate both reading and navigation, Dell has made the following improvements:

  • Compatibility with browsers to allow for adjusting the font size and zoom ability of a page.
  • Coding enhancements to optimize interoperability with adaptive software.
  • For users with screen readers that cannot read drop-down menus in the masthead, Dell has implemented functionality to allow users to navigate through the primary navigation categories, to get to all areas of the site through a fully functioning Site Map available in the footer of all web pages.
  • Additional HTML heading tags have been added to help with in-page navigation.
  • Additional accessible functionality has been added to the search box on each web page.

Dell is aware that there are always areas for improvement and enhancement of its website, and as such, is always working to deliver the best usability and accessibility experience for its customers. However, where we experience roadblocks to development, or where customers need additional assistance, Dell offers the alternative of contacting us by phone or chat.

The Dell website contains Flash and PDF files. You can download the PDF reader and a flash player both from Adobe®.


Additional Resources

1) Assistive Technology Partners

2) Dell Commercial Web Application Guidelines - Accessibility

3) Dell’s Contact TTY Line

4) Federal IT Accessibility Initiative Site

5) US Access Board

6) US Access Board Guide to Section 508 Standards

 











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