The SpaceDisk is designed for maximum positioning of the MicroGuide or MicroPilot. It allows for armrest or midline mounting as well as providing hand support for the user. The SpaceDisk also provides protection of the joysticks by encasing the body of the drive control while still allowing full access to driving.
The SpaceDisk pivots on a ball joint 360° for maximum adjustability of the joystick placement. This allows the client to rotate the stray for functional placement in relation to a wrist deviation. Fiber optic switches for mode can be mounted into the SpaceDisk, ideal for those with very limited hand movement.
BulletTray hand tray for MicroGuide mounting is also available.
The MicroGuide may also be used without the SpaceDisk or BulletTray hand trays, and placed at the armrest or midline position. Active Controls Mounting System for MicroGuide also available.
The BDN3 is a mounting platform for wheelchair controllers. The BDN3 goes around a user's neck and gives them the ability to use their chin, lips, or tongue to control their powered wheelchair. The mounting position is not dependent on the user's position in relation to the wheelchair as it is mounted to the user, but rather moves with the user. The system comes with a comfortable foam neck pad which makes the harness comfortable.
The BDN3 is available in two sizes: standard at 6" wide, and large at 8" wide. The BDN3 is simple to remove for ease of transfers. Therafin and Stealth Bibs also available.
The Swing-Away Chin Boom is a long L-shaped rod with a clamp to mount the MicroGuide or MicroPilot. The chin boom mounts to the back of the headrest. This setup provides the user with chin or mouth control without wearing a harness, and provides for easy transferring of the user.