A revolutionary Power Add On device for manual wheelchairs!
Want to go further and take control of where you go? Spinergy have you covered with the ZX1 Power Add On attachment for manual wheelchairs. The ZX1 attaches to the front of your manual chair and is ready and willing to take you places that have been difficult in the past or perhaps even not possible.
No tools, no assistance and certainly no hassles!
The ZX1 Power Add on is the only attachment on the market that doesn't require the user to use tools to attach to the chair. Simply back onto the device and it attaches autonomously via pressing a button on the joystick controller.
Compact & narrow. Really narrow!
Power chairs & attachments in a home environment can be really tricky. What if we were to tell you that the ZX1 can actually make your chair narrower? Well it can... The ZX1 lifts up the chairs regular wheels slightly so in a tighter space, you can actually remove your existing wheels from your chair giving you even more room around tight spaces.
Adjustability and fitment options are easy.
The Spinergy ZX1 fits seat widths from 14 through to 20 inches and will also work on 24 through to 26 inch wheeled chairs. Fair to say that covers a broad spectrum and also makes it easier to justify when it can fit your current chair as well as whatever chair you may end up with in the future.
Batteries, power and range.
How far can I go is the big question! With the standard lead batteries the ZX1 will take a user just on 8 Kilometres based upon the maximum user weight of 113kg. If you choose to upgrade to a lithium based battery, the range can be doubled and the overall weight of the system reduced from 37kg down to 34kg.
The development of the ZX-1 Power Add-On has taken place over a period of 5 years. The design is patented in the US (Patent #8,430,189) with international patents pending. After extensive testing both internally and at outside test labs to RESNA standards, our company received FDA clearance to market the ZX-1 as a Class II Medical Device in May of 2013