- Everyday Living Aids
- Patient Handling
- Seating & Positioning
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Because of the multiple benefits of customized joystick positioning for every PWC user, every PWC client deserves the opportunity to drive at a central location, not just those who have difficulty driving in the armrest location.
The airspace is a Lockout plug which aids in reducing ground handling while flying as there is no longer any need to disassemble the wheelchair for travel.
It's effective for the majority of electric powered wheelchairs and scooters. It's robust; ergonomic construction has been designed for long life in a harsh environment.
Other uses include transport vehicles to lock-out power during rides and also prevents unsolicited joy rides and theft.
Active Controls Rehab Solutions allows an installation of any head array in a matter of minutes. Installed using the modular sockets of the Active Controls Rehab Solutions product line, a head array can now be dropped in and out of the socket for easier calibrations and quick adjustments.
Switch It head arrays have the versatility to utilize 3, 4 or 5 proximity switches, with the option to embed the sensors in the long, short, flat, or curved head pads. Additional offset facial pads, proximity switches, and other options for custom placement give the client the access to the switches they need.
The surface of the Switched Tray Drive is inﬁnitely adjustable in height, pitch and proximity to the user and never touches the armrests. The installation of the switches, instead of requiring tedious mounting, are sandwiched between two layers of polycarbonate. The polycarbonate pieces are attached with a ﬂat hinge and a single knob for fast, easy access to proximity switches.
This ground-breaking approach to tray driving also positions the display at midline for easy viewing and virtually eliminates exposed wiring. The Switched Tray Drive will reduce repair calls due to wiring damage and accidental disconnections and allow fast and easy ﬁeld adjustments to switch positions. It can be operated with 4 or 5 naked proximity switches.
The MicroGuide offers proportional drive with as little as 40 grams of force and a quarter inch of throw (deflection). The MicroGuide has the size and durability of the proven MicroPilot, but with physical joystick throw for clients that prefer feedback of movement.
When partnered with the ReJoy mounting platform and Center Drive System, the MicroGuide and enhanced display are optimally positioned at midline. Support from beneath offers greatly increased stability and the adjustable gel support pads provide upper extremity support for better control and increased comfort and function.