Powered Elevating Wheelchair

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Carrier Wheelchair

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To develop a prototype robotic wheelchair which allows individuals with mobility disabilities and wheelchair users greater independence and the capacity to traverse any terrain and situation. Developed as semester project at the University of Applied Arts in the Studio Industrial Design 2 Esslinger (www.creativednaaustria.com). The CARRIER wheelchair’s frame is specifically shaped to maneuver over a commode and adapted with a “trap door” allowing the user to us

Dragon

The DragonFly is a powered elevating wheelchair designed for indoor or outdoor use by individuals with mobility or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME: Modular powerbase in a choice of six standard colors. The chair disassembles for transport. CONTROLS: Programmable joystick with a separate controller for the elevator. SEAT: The seat features an elastometric suspension and is custom-made to fit every individual. SEAT ELEVATOR: The powered seat elevator adjusts the height of th

Etac Balder Junior

Balder Junior is a child's powered wheelchair designed for use by children with mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. This chair elevates, declines, tilts to a 45-degree angle, and lays flat. FRAME (LxW): 35 x 25 inches (length with footrest folded back; width from outside of drive wheels). Ground clearance is 6.5 inches. The chair has an adjustable side support assembly and a swing-aside tray, and is available in nine different standard color schemes. CONTROLS: Choice of guidance system

New Heights Electric Elevating Power Wheelchair (Models 08 02 02A-C)

The New Heights Electric Elevating Power Wheelchair, models 08 02 02A-C, is a powered elevating wheelchair designed for use by individuals with lower extremity amputations, lower extremity, mobility, and severe physical disabilities, and spinal cord injury. The wheelchair is designed as a general purpose utility wheelchair with the ability to temporarily elevate the seat from standard seated height to a height greater than that of a person standing. FRAME (HxLxW): 51 x 33 x 24 inches. CONTROLS

Quickie Rhythm M5 Power Chair

The Quickie Rhythm M5 is a power wheelchair designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME (LxW): 37 x 25.32 inches. This chair has a turning radius of 20 inches. The cowl is available in blue, burgundy or black. The chair is available with optional power tilt, power lift, or power recline. CONTROLS: Delphi remote 4- or 5-button hand control. MWD: M3 mid wheel drive. SEAT (LxW): 14 to 22 x 14 to 24 inches (traditional rehab seat) or 12 to 22 x 17 to 20 in

Snapdragon

The SnapDragon is a powered elevating wheelchair designed for indoor or outdoor use by children as young as one year old with mobility or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME: Modular powerbase in a choice of six standard colors. The chair disassembles for transport. CONTROLS: Programmable joystick. SEAT: The seat features an elastometric suspension and is custom-made to fit every individual. SEAT ELEVATOR: The powered seat elevator adjusts the height of the seat from the floor

Sphere Chair

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a powered wheelchair that allows users with mobility disabilities to move, crouch, stand, or lay down all while seated and without leaving the chair. The Sphere Chair is a powered wheelchair that looks like a chair sitting on top of a ball (i.e. sphere) with two casters extending from the rear of the frame. The Sphere’s unique design allows for greater freedom of motion. Secured in the ergonomic seat, the user can switch between positi

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