Actuator Keypad PRO

The Actuator Keypad allows to control the actuators of a powered wheelchair with an R-net control system. There are different Actuator Keypads available for the CJSM1 and CJSM2 joystick (they are not compatible with both at the same time, because each type of CJSM needs a different resistor value).

With the PRO version, you can assign the buttons or paddles and/or change the order.

Prior to installation, you can open up the housing and change the order of the 2-pin connectors. This way you can connect axis 6 and higher for direct control with your joystick, limit actuator access, have different actuator access on your joystick and on the keypad, change the order and so on...

Like with the regular version of the Actuator Keypad, there are 4 versions available:

  • P016-86 Actuator Keypad PRO Button R-net CJSM1
  • P016-87 Actuator Keypad PRO Paddle R-net CJSM1
  • P016-88 Actuator Keypad PRO Button R-net CJSM2
  • P016-89 Actuator Keypad PRO Paddle R-net CJSM2

The regular versions stay available as well.

Learn more about the Actuator Keypad (Pro) and how it gives increased comfort and independence to the user.

Open Actuator Keypad where pins are adjusted

Twister PRO

The Twister PRO is a a qualitative and durable switch, which requires medium force. It is PRO because it has a unique feature: it can function as a safety button for R-net or LiNX operated systems.

The Twister PRO is bigger than our regular Twister range. Its diameter is 36 mm and the required activation force is 75 gr. It is available in 3 colours (black, red and green) and with short (300 mm) and long (1500 mm) cable.

By default, the Twister Pro works as any switch with a 'normally open' setting. But you can also set internal resistor values via the dip switch in the bottom, so the device can detect if the switch is disconnected or if the cable is in short circuit. You will receive a warning on your joystick display, when that's the case.

Makes your on/off switch a whole lot more reliable, right? You can intervene before the wheelchair starts to behave erratically (e.g. driving on its own when there's a short circuit).

For those of you interested in regulation, it all leads back to the ISO 7176:14 - 2008, §7.2. Controller command signal processing failure. It is configurable for R-net and LiNX operated systems.

Learn more about the Twister Pro and its unique feature.

Open Twister Pro where dip switch is adjusted