Permobil Joystick Module w/Bluetooth

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The NEW Permobil Joystick Module (PJSM) unlocks the power of Bluetooth® wireless technology by allowing you to connect and control up to 4 supported devices, two of which can be iDevices®. The PJSM also allows you to take advantage of your iOS SwitchControl & VoiceOver functionality. All connected devices are listed in the universal Bluetooth mode and connected-device switching is possible without unpairing. The PJSM also offers on screen cursor display on applicable devices as well as built in Infra-Red [IR] Control with device command memory. Extend the functionality of the PJSM by connecting switches to the Profile/Mode Jack and programming them for click/navigation functions. This unprecedented amount of control is now standard on the Permobil F-Series, M300 Corpus 3G, & M300 Corpus HD!

PLUS all the GREAT features from the original PJSM

  • Compact, ergonomic design
  • Durable metal housing
  • Built-in light sensor to automatically adjust screen brightness
  • Paddle switches for easy access to user controls
  • Enhanced programming and customization options
  • Speaker for enhanced horn volume
  • Programmable Buttons

    All buttons on the new PJSM can be reassigned for more customization. The soft keys are preprogrammed for lights and key functions with unique presets for standing/anterior tilt. A short press activates function 1 while a long press will activate function 2.

  • Infra-Red Control

    Control TVs, DVDs, Cable/Satellite, or environmental controls and on screen cursor display for applicable devices.

  • Light Sensor

    Built-in light sensor automatically adjusts screen brightness.

  • Profile/Mode Jacks

    Extend the switch functions with preprogrammed jacks to operate the power ON/OFF, Profile/ Mode switches and Independent Repositioning Mode (IRM). Requires the use of a switch (sold separately). You may also use a stereo to mono splitter to achieve up to 4 separate commands.

The new Permobil Joystick Module is intended to provide the user with the most advanced and compact control module available today. With new assignable buttons that offer shortcuts to Modes, Profiles, individual seat functions and many other features, the wheelchair is more accessible than ever. The PJSM also includes a programmable 1/8” switch jack to provide even more flexibility. Encased in an aluminum housing with a larger 2.75” display and enhanced graphics, Permobil is raising the bar once again.

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Permobil Joystick Module w/Bluetooth