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ReJoy Power Wheelchair Controls

Rejoy Controls

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(4 suppliers)

For information contact AT Aust on 1300 452 679

Short Description

The ReJoy is a powered wheelchair controller designed to enable powered wheelchairs to be controlled with a joystick positioned in the front of the seat at the midline. The pressure relieving gel pads are adjustable in height, width and angle.The ReJoy can also be mounted in the rear socket for an attendant control.

Additional Info

More Details

* The Rejoy positions the joystick directly in the user's line of sight and enables the user to maintain a symmetrical posture when driving
* Pressure-relieving gel armpads on either side of the joystick enable more natural arm positioning
* The unit controls the steering and speed of the wheelchair
* Centre mounted drive controls give a more natural driver experience, allowing the more involved user to maintain a better posture than when using an armrest mounted control
* The spring loaded drop in connection fits into a socket. It can be removed for transfers. The connections have contacts made of gold so that they are resistant to corrosion and humidity
* Multiple sockets can be installed on the same wheelchair

Mounting positions
Rejoy can be mounted in three positions
* In front of the seat on the centre line. When positioned in front, the socket is at the same level of the seat so it will not impede transfers. The mast is placed in the socket so that the joystick is just in front of the user on the centre line of the chair
* On the side beneath either armrest. When mounted on the side, the mast with the controller can be placed there to facilitate transfers or better access to desks and tables. The wheelchair can be moved short distances while the mast is in a side socket
* On the back of the wheelchair. When a socket is mounted on the rear of the chair, the controller can be used by an attendant to control the wheelchair

Place Of Manufacture

Active Controls, United States of America

Price Guide

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Models And Options


Only one model available



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Dejay Medical and Scientific Pty Ltd (NSW)
Unit 2
6 Money Close
Rouse Hill
NSW 2155
Sales: 02 9838 8869
Fax: 02 9838 7869
Contact Person: Tony(Rehab.Dept)/Erica(price)
Dejay Medical and Scientific Pty Ltd (QLD)
Brisbane City
QLD 4000
Sales: 0413 076 333
Fax: 02 9838 7869
Dejay Medical and Scientific Pty Ltd (VIC)
27 Decor Dr
VIC 3803
Sales: 03 9703 1318
Fax: 03 9703 1757
Permobil Australia Pty Ltd
Unit 3A
6 Boundary Rd
NSW 2152
Sales: 1300 845 483
Fax: 02 9012 0087
Contact Person: Owen Dawes


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