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Horcher Lifts - LEXA

LEXA - Patient Positioner

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(1 supplier)

For information contact AT Aust on 1300 452 679

Short Description

The Original LEXA patient lift is a comfortable belt lifter with a swivel spreader bar. It can take up patients sitting, lying, or from the floor and move them to a sitting or lying position so they can be transported to the toilet, to the wheelchair, or to the bed.

Additional Info

More Details

The LEXA patient lift is available with either a wide variety of slings; it can be used both with loop slings or with four-point clip connectors.
* Spreadable base in three positions to receive the patient from the wheelchair
* Electric lift motor
* IBS - Intelligent Battery System
* Smooth-running lockable casters
* Versatile sling program for the widest variety of applications:
1. Double amputee with/without head support
2. Universal patient lift sling with/without head support
3. Three piece quick patient lift sling
4. Two piece quick patient lift sling
5. Comfort patient sling
6. Toileting sling with/without head support


* Ensure that the sling attachments are compatible with the hoist spreader bar
* The component parts of folding and dismantling hoists may still be too heavy to lift safely - check the weights
* It is recommended that prior to using this product, training in manual handling and the correct use of this product should be undertaken.

Place Of Manufacture

Nidderau, Germany

Models And Options


Available in five colours: blue, red, orange, yellow or green

Multiple models available:
* L101-400
Patient lift LEXA Pro with motorised leg spreading, electric spreader bar and 4-point clip connector.

* L500-111
LEXA Comfort with motorized patient positioner - clips version

* L500-112
LEXA Comfort with motorized patient positioner and digital scale - clips version

* L500-311
LEXA Comfort with motorized patient positioner - loops version

* L500-312
LEXA Comfort with motorized patient positioner and digital scale - loops version

* L500-211
LEXA Comfort with spreader bar - loops version

Contact supplier for further details


The following accessories are available for the LEXA PRO Patient Lift Series:
* 101-2405 LEXA stretcher cloth adapter
* L103-1011 IBS Wall mounted charger
* L103-1020 IBS eco-pack 24 V battery
* X500-1112 24 V battery pack
* L101-362-1 Lifting arm for patient positioner
* L101-1350 Digital scale BF 1180
* L101-840 Digital weigh scale SLS
* L101-2402 Spreader bar for patient lift LEXA
* X500-1011 Wall mounted charger
* L201-46 2 function hand control (Standard)
* L201-48 4 function hand control (Standard)
* L201-49 6 function hand control (Standard)


Specification Standard
Base Height (clearance) Unknown
Base Length 1220 mm
Base Width Maximum (int measurement open) 1050 mm
Base Width Minimum (ext measurement closed) 669 mm
Height From 1760 mm to 2240 mm
Load Capacity (supplier stated) From 199 kg to 272 kg (depending on model)
Spreader Bar Height Unknown
Tilting Frame Height Unknown
Weight of Heaviest Part Unknown

Additional Dimensions

* Base height......................................115 mm
* Lifting range.................................. 1310 mm
* Battery capacity 24 V / 2,9 Ah

Setup And Maintenance


Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.



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Avant Innovations
Unit 9 110-120 Silverwater Rd
NSW 2128
Sales: 02 8315 2834
Contact Person: James Pridham


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