PG Drives Technology’s proven record of delivering high-quality, cost-effective, reliable and innovative controller solutions makes the nVR2 the ideal fit for the wheelchair OEM’s consumer powerchair offerings. The simple design and field-serviceable components also make the nVR2 drive-only system the obvious choice for the retail market.
The Power Module comes with a 750mm flying lead, which saves on the cost of using extension cables and offers an easy disconnection point should the wheelchair’s seat need to be removed. The interconnection point between the Power Module and Joystick Module is molded in a highly-visible, yellow plastic, in the same way as other key dismantling points on the wheelchair.
The Power Module motor and battery connectors are recessed to reduce the overall footprint, making it ideal for applications where space is at a premium.
nVR2 Drive-only Joystick Module
The compact Joystick Module is the latest addition to the VR2 wheelchair controller family. It is the perfect option for small to mid-range drive-only wheelchairs. The design delivers the most compact Joystick Module ever offered.
Improved usability and maneuverability
The guiding principle behind the Joystick Module design is to try to make some everyday tasks easier to accomplish for the wheelchair user; for example, driving up to a table or maneuvering through a door way. As such, the compact design of the Joystick Module lends itself perfectly to indoor use, where maneuvering the wheelchair can be more difficult. The simple and easy-to-access user controls make the Joystick Module the ideal candidate for first-time wheelchair user, patients with limited hand movement or children.
Due to its compact nature, the Joystick Module is less likely to sustain impact damage. This in turn can lead to a reduction in expensive replacements and service calls for the wheelchair OEM and provider.
The charger socket on the underside of the Joystick Module is colored yellow for the purpose of making the charger socket distinctive. This aids the wheelchair user when trying to connect a charger plug to charge the wheelchair batteries.
|nVR2 PM40||40A max. current|
|nVR2 PM50||50A max. current|
|nVR2 PM60||60A max. current|
|nVR2 JSM||Joystick Module|