The Manual Swing is a versatile arm to mount on a wheelchair. The Manual Swing is designed for the use of a chin control system, but can also be mounted and used for the attachment of small and lightweight communication tools to the wheelchair (max. weight about 500 gr on max. distance of 65 cm).
This mounting arm can swing away in several directions (multi-directional): up, down, left and right, depending on the mounting.
The Manual Swing is also offered in a bundle with mounting kit for easy mounting of the arm to the back of the wheelchair via the Q2M Universal Clamp.
With the various Q2M Dogbones components, the Manual Swing can be positioned for each user.
Different types of joystick or devices can be easily mounted on the mounting arm through the Quick-to-mount system.
Two separate rods in C or S shape are supplied as standard for mounting a joystick.
Product category: Control and steering units for wheelchairs
The All-round Joystick is a compact version of the standard electronic wheelchair joystick module. As the name suggests, this joystick has been developed for all-round use and is suitable for the major part of wheelchair users. This fully proportional joystick has a compact housing and 2 jack inputs for switches.
Fully proportional joystick with standard amplitude and power requirement (250 gr)
Also available in a light version : see "All-round Joystick Light"
Built in a compact and discreet housing with possibility of 1 or 2 "satellite switches" to connect directly via integrated insert parts
Switches for on/off function or mode button, so directly connectable
All-round use: can be used as a chin joystick, standard joystick, attendant joystick
Built-in interface with sophisticated electronics: joystick adaptable to individual capabilities and needs
Free downloadable software to configure joystick via PC (equipped with a mini USB port)
Delivered with Quick-to-mount (Q2M) Rods and Clamps
Omni, R-net, Easy Rider, e-fix Alber, Otto Bock Curtis and DX compatible (for Easy Rider, Efix, Otto Bock Curtis or DX, a supplementary interface is required)
mo-Vis is a young and completely independent company, founded in November 2013 by a few passionate people with decades of experience and entrepreneurship in the world of disabilities and technological aids. All people of the mo-Vis team have built throughout the years a lot of experience and knowledge and are educated to develop, produce, recommend, measure and provide technological aids and special input devices for powered wheelchairs.