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Special controls: supporting existing abilities

Mid-tray control

The mid-tray control as an example of a special control can be positioned anywhere on top of the tray according to the clinical requirements. It enables maximum tray utilisation and minimum space restrictions below the tray.



Special controls at a glance

Electric swing-away mini joystick centre tray control

Maximum tray utilisation, minimum space restrictions below the tray through innovative swing-away mechanism.

Heavy-duty joystick

Able to compensate sudden strong forces through programmable working range.

Calibratable mini joystick

Minimum force required, calibration by user possible at any time.

Calibratable mini joystick

Input control with small steering movements. Recommended for lip control.

Midi joystick

Due to its small size, it can be placed anywhere. Recomended for chin control.

Joystick

Control device can be positioned to meet individual requirements. Not only usable as a hand input device.

Push-button module

For comfortable actuation of electric adjustments and further functions, irrespective of driving mode.

External pushbuttons

For individual placement, with different actuation forces and for different function layouts.

Foot control

All functions can be controlled via the foot pedal. The cruise control provides comfort to the user.

Swing away unit

Electric swivel unit in conjunction with midi/mini joystick for chin or lip control.

Stand-alone joystick

For use by the wheelchair user or attendant, can be used in numerous possible variations.

Software and display for more individuality

With the help of the innovative enAble50 software, the specialist dealer can set up the control unit according to the individual needs of the user. The better the software is adapted to the needs and abilities of the user, the easier it is for the user to carry out daily activities. The user can also focus more on other aspects of life, such as social contacts or other preferred activities. The enAble50 provides a means for precisely adapting driving parameters to the respective wheelchair. It also offers more precise adaptation to motor skills than any other control wheelchair. Among other things, the sensitivity of the input module can be individual adjusted, so that the user can move the wheelchair with reduced effort.

Another example: the joystick throw can be programmed by the dealer. This is particularly helpful if the user exhibits weakness in a particular direction, precise driving is possible for the user as a result. The enAble50 features freely programmable outputs for activation of the various functions. These functions are shown on a clearly structured, high-resolution colour display. The display can be custom-positioned on the wheelchair. Via the input device, the user can select menu items, set driving functions, make seat adjustments and control devices in the vicinity by means of various interfaces.

One menu, many functions

Main menu

Provides direct access to drive the chair, all additional features and settings, as well as favourites and system stand-by.

Favourites

Selection of the seven short cuts for most popular and commonly used functions for fast and comfortable activation – freely programmable by the user.

Driving

Fast and clear display of all relevant parameters including distance, battery, time and cruise control.

Additional functions

• Electric seat adjustments

• Lighting

• Horn

• Environmental control (remote control)

• System settings

• Digital photo album

• Communication using imagery

• Speed levels

Technical data

Main control: 130 ampere for traction drives, integrated light function, actuator outputs, analogue sensor inputs (steering control), digital in- and outputs.

Additional modules: Enhanced display (LCD screen, high-resolution colour display, input for special controls, infrared and Bluetooth interfaces, attendant control).

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