Wheelchairs > Components & Electronics

A wide array of power options, from elevating or tilting/reclining seats to drive controls with all sorts of accessible choices, enable you to make your power chair your own.


Numotion

Softwheel

SoftWheel

Does uneven terrain frequently come between you and an optimal ride in your ultralightweight manual wheelchair? SoftWheel features in-wheel shock absorbers that automatically switch between providing rigidity and cushioning to lower the severity of shock and vibration. The results: reduced pain and fatigue, and a more comfortable ride. Choose from three performance packages (aluminum, magnesium or handcycle) that offer different tire and handrim options.

  • (877) 876-5332

Stealth Products, Inc.

Mo-Vis Controls

Mo-Vis Controls

Every power wheelchair driver is a unique individual, so Mo-Vis driving controls are designed to meet a wide range of consumer preferences and abilities. That includes consumers with very limited or small movements, which can be expertly captured by the Mo-Vis proportional Micro Joystick. Other Mo-Vis models come in regular or smaller sizes and respond to regular/full or reduced forces. Various Mo-Vis controls can be operated by lip, tongue, chin or fingers to ensure optimal access and function. Mo-Vis controls are supported by a full range of Stealth Products’ mounts and hardware to get the very best fit.

  • (800) 965-9229

Curtiss-Wright Corp.

CJSM2-BT Joystick Module

CJSM2-BT Joystick Module

  • Bluetooth- and infrared-enabled version of the popular CJSM2 model.
  • Integrated Bluetooth technology enables wheelchair users to control personal computers, Android tablets, iPhones, iPads and other smart devices, right from the joystick module.
  • Infrared communication is widely used to remotely control household appliances and some home-automation equipment to give users more environmental independence.
  • (973) 541-3700

Sunrise Medical

SureTrac

SureTrac

  • A new option for QM-7 mid-wheel-drive power chairs.
  • Autocorrects small deviations in driving to create a more intuitive, straighter ride with few input corrections.
  • Ideal for drivers using proportional or specialty controls.
  • The system reacts to resistance at each wheel and sends motor-appropriate amperage to neutralize the impact of different surfaces.
  • (800) 333-4000

Quantum Rehab

Advanced Drive Control System

Q-Logic 3 Advanced Drive Control System

  • The new Advanced Drive Control System creates an adaptable, expandable, intuitive control system to serve even the most complex needs.
  • From hand control driving to the highest-end specialty controls, an exclusive range of programming parameters and protocols, such as Clinic Mode, allow rapid setup and precision control.
  • Q-Logic 3 features Bluetooth access to devices and wireless programming from tablets.
  • (800) 800-8586

Spinergy Inc.

ZX-1 Power Add On

ZX-1 Power Add-On Device

  • Converts virtually any manual wheelchair into a powered manual chair.
  • No tools or assistance to attach and detach from the device.
  • Joystick Controlled Device allows for ease of operation and is an intuitive device to learn and operate.
  • Has the ability to operate on a variety of surfaces including; gravel, hard pack, rocky terrain, thick grass, etc.
  • Weighs only 82 lbs. and fits underneath the wheelchair.

http://www.spinergy.com/about-zx-1

  • (303) 823-6299

Stealth Products, Inc.

I-Drive Control Harness

I-Drive Control Harness

  • An orbital compression mount, Stealth’s highly adjustable Link-style hardware, plus the addition of a track system create unmatched, targeted positioning.
  •  A quick-release, swing-away padded collar allows removal of the device from the right or left side.
  • The removable collar design also allows height adjustability on the collar frame independent of the adjustable Link hardware.
  • Add the integrated padded and adjustable I-Fit body securement belt, and be confident of consistent positioning.
  • An array of switch mounting options provides great access for lip, cheek or chin driving.

https://stealthproducts.com/?p=573

  • (800) 965-9229

Adaptive Switch Laboratories

ATOM Electronic Head Array

ASL 104 ATOM Electronic Head Array

  • This system has combined electronics within the head array for ease of access.
  • With the touch of a switch, the ATOM Electronic Head Array — in conjunction with ASL 557-2 ATOM Wireless Dual Switch Receiver, ASL 557-3 ATOM Wireless Triple Switch Receiver, and ASL 558 ATOM Wireless Mouse Emulator — can be used as a wireless switch interface for computer access, communication devices or I devices.
  • Switch settings and adjustments give the ATOM 104 head array a simple functionality.

http://www.asl-inc.com/products/product_detail.php?prod=191

  • (800) 626-8698

Topolino Technology

WX2.5 Wheels

WX2.5 Wheels

  • The continuous carbon fiber spokes span the full diameter of the wheel to reduce stresses and create a wheelset designed for unparalleled performance.
  • Lighter than many other lightweight wheels, while offering greater lateral stiffness at the same time.
  • Available in 24" and 25" diameters, in black with red or yellow accents.
  • Fits standard .5"-diameter axles and is 4- or 6-tab handrim compatible.

http://www.topolinotech.com/index.php/products1/carbon-core-wx25-wheelchair-wheels/

  • (203) 778-4711

Rowheels

Rowheels

  • Propels a manual chair forward when the user pulls (similar to a rowing motion) on the handrim, and moves backwards when the user pushes.
  • Fewer propulsion strokes and improved posture with better shoulder/back positioning.
  • Available in 22", 24", 25" and 26" wheel sizes. 
  • Fits most manual wheelchairs and can be used with ergonomic handrims.

http://www.rowheels.com/

  • (608) 268-9670

Stealth Products, Inc.

ADI Disc Brakes

ADI Disc Brakes

  • This first fully integrated braking system gives users the ability to fully lock the wheels and engage in effortless, controlled braking, even while descending ramps.
  • Brakes can be locked with fingertip effort; a variable lever provides brake operation for users with limited trunk control and function.
  • A paralever is available for active users with more trunk control and function.
  • An attendant lever is also available.

http://adi.stealthproducts.com/disc-brake-systems/

  • (800) 965-9229

Adaptive Switch Laboratories

558 ATOM Wireless Mouse Emulator

558 ATOM Wireless Mouse Emulator

  • Created to pair with the ASL 104 ATOM Electronic Head Array, plugs directly into the USB port on a communication device or computer.
  • Full mouse emulation can be achieved with just three switch inputs: Right moves the mouse cursor right/left on the screen. Forward moves the mouse up/down. Left controls left click, double click and drag.
  • The wireless connection works directly with the 104 ATOM Electronic Head Array when it’s in the user switch mode.

http://www.asl-inc.com/products/product_detail.php?prod=197

  • (800) 626-8698

Adaptive Engineering Lab

Omnilink

Omnilink

To be optimal, support needs to be right where you need it. AEL’s new Omnilink lateral bracket system offers maximum adjustability and flexibility to put pads at the wheelchair user’s trunk or hips, just where they’re needed. Serrated links enable Omnilink to hold tightly to prevent components from slipping. A Dual Swing-Away style allows for both front and rear release, to make it easy for caregivers to help with transfers out of the wheelchair, or to access IV lines, dialysis ports or feeding tubes.

http://aelseating.com

  • (866) 656-1486

Stealth Products, Inc.

i-Drive

iDrive

  • An advanced alternative drive control head array uses Stealth’s tried-and-true head positioning technology.
  • A range of modifications can be made to customize the i-Drive, such as adding switches or embedding speakers into the headrest.
  • Optional advanced programming software offers further individualization.
  • (800) 965-9229

BlueSky Designs

Mount

Mountn Mover

  • Personal electronics are only useful if they are accessible — which is why Mount’n Mover is independently movable by the user with no tools required.
  • The system can be easily adjusted due to changes in position or fatigue levels so tablets, speech devices, phones, cameras, and ADL items such as trays stay within reach, but move out of the way for transfers.
  • (888) 724-7002

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