The VR2 Joystick options are programmable proportional drive controls available on the M1 model wheelchairs. The VR2 Basic joystick does not support any power seat functions. The VR2 Advanced is capable of controlling 1 or 2 power functions through the joystick via user friendly actuator select buttons. 2-actuator control requires upgrade to a 90-amp power module. The VR2 Basic and Advanced joysticks feature on/off, horn and speed up/down control. VR2 joystick do not include monojack port for switches and the non-expandable electronics do not allow alternative driver controls.
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Permobil has attended and supported the Abilities Expo for a number of years. So when the event for the disability community moved from an in-person experience to a virtual experience we were excited to be a part of the first Abilities Virtual. Below is a video of the interview between the president of Permobil Chuck Witkowski and Paul Amadeus Lane along with the transcript of the conversation.
There are three areas to understand when choosing a wheelchair seat cushion: methods of pressure redistribution, cushion geometry, and cushion medium. Today's blog focuses on cushion geometry.
Refers to a flat seat cushion
Can be a variety of mediums (foam layers, foam with gel, air, etc)
This is the 3rd blog in our manual wheelchair guide series. See the 1st blog and 2nd blog. Check out the Manual Wheelchair Guide to learn more.
So far in our manual wheelchair blog series we've taken a look at both the DME and CRT manual wheelchair options on the market. Today we're taking a closer look at the CRT K0005 ultra lightweight manual wheelchair.
Ultra Lightweight Manual Wheelchair Requirements