The NEW PushTracker™

The FIRST Activity Monitor specifically designed for manual wheelchair users!

 

  • PushTracker

    The NEW PushTracker provides even more information and individualization of the SmartDrive—the award-winning wheelchair power assist. Use it to customize the SmartDrive performance you like best by changing the mode of operation, tap sensitivity, top speed and more.

    Now with the added features of the PushTracker Activity Monitor and its FREE Smartphone App, in addition to controlling your SmartDrive you can track day-to-day propulsion metrics—including push count, coast time and more. They all seamlessly connect with one another to give a complete picture of mobility activity, helping to monitor daily habits, reduce risk for injury and ultimately improve your quality of life!

SMARTPHONE APP

With the PushTracker Smartphone App, wirelessly sync & send your daily data via Bluetooth® from your PushTracker wristband for an in-depth look.

Preview and download the PushTracker App for:

iOS in the Apple App or iTunes Store (click here)* & Android in the Google Play Store (click here)**

Within the App you can easily:
  • Swipe between the three different PushTracker dashboards to check how you are doing at a glance and see how it compares to your daily averages.
  • View your past performance, see just how much your SmartDrive helps and compare against other users.
  • Track your journey as you explore a park or city and share it with all your friends.
  • Quickly tweak the functionality / performance characteristics of your SmartDrive and test for what you like best.
  • Wirelessly update PushTracker and SmartDrive Firmware as new software-centric features and improvements are released.

* Requires iOS 10.0 or later.

** Requires Android 5.0 and up. May not work on older Android devices, as it requires Bluetooth peripheral mode (advertisement) support. Click here for a list of older Android devices that support this and may work.

All about you.

We see a wheelchair the same way you do. As an extension of you. Not just of your body. But of your personality. Why? Because many of our employees are also wheelchair users. They depend on our chairs as much as you do. And they’ve learned through experience how to use design, technology and creativity to improve lives.

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Made for you by:

Liubov Tytechko
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PUSHTRACKER SIZES

Measure your wrist circumference and reference the ranges below for the PushTracker size that fits you best:

Small: 4-1/2″ / 114 mm to 6″ / 152 mm

Medium: 6″ / 152 mm to 7-1/4″ / 184 mm

Large: 7-1/4″ / 184 mm to 9″ / 229 mm

The band on the PushTracker is designed for most users. But if you have difficulty securing, it doesn’t fit quite right, or you wish to have one of a different color / material / pattern, the band can be easily replaced with essentially any 0.7″ (18 mm) wide off-the-shelf watch band of your choosing.

Education & Evidence

Proof in motion.

The right chair can make all the difference — in your life, in your independence, and in your long-term health. See how we’re using the latest medical research to deliver information that moves everyone in our industry forward.

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Latest Blog Posts
Understanding How Children Gain Independent Mobility

Part2 in our blogseries focusing on Pediatric Mobility Solutions and the TiLite Pilot. See Part 1 here.

Last week we took a look at the several limitations in the overall design of traditional pediatric self-propelled manual mobility. From overall weight of the setup to how a short wheel base impacts stability and propulsion, these limitations can be devastating for our young clients. In order to solve these limitations, it’s important to understand how children gain independent mobility along with some of the physiology behindthe importance of improving pediatric manual mobility design.

Limitations in Pediatric Manual Wheelchair Options

Part1 in our blogseries focusing on Pediatric Mobility Solutions and the TiLite Pilot.

It has been well established that the importance of self-initiated mobility is essential to a child’s development. The ability to determine when and where you would like to move impacts multiple body systems. This self-directed mobility can positively influence a child’s ability to locate and track objects in their environment, understand movement planning, improve communication, and enhance emotional and cognitive development. With the TILite Pilot, we are creating an opportunity to support these developmental milestones through self-initiated manual wheeled mobility.

Ergonomic Seating and Manual Wheelchairs

Everyone has experienced an ergonomic seat design at some time or another. If you look at the seats in our cars, offices or even in waiting rooms ergonomic design is used because those making the chairs understand that the more the chair contours and fits a person, the less work the person must do to maintain good posture. Ergonomic seating has been underutilized in manual wheelchair design because we have customarily been dependent on cushions and backrests for postural support and positioning. We’ve also used linear seat slope as a method of providing pelvic stability, but this comes with important considerations. So, what is the difference between using traditional linear seat slope and ergonomic seating? We will take a closer look at the differences and show you why ergonomic seating is an amazing advancement in seating design for a person using a manual wheelchair.

View all blog posts.

Support

PushTracker™

Contact our Support Representatives:

Phone: 800-637-2980
Fax: 888-411-9027
sales.smartdrive@permobil.com
support.smartdrive@permobil.com

Specifications
Contained battery type: Lithium-Ion (Lithium-Ion Polymer)
Nominal operating voltage: 3.8 V
Electric charge: 90 mA-h
Wireless operating band: 2.4 GHz (2.4000 to 2.4835 GHz)
Wireless power transmission: 0 dBm to -23 dBm
Expected lifetime (except battery) / service life: 5 years
Expected battery lifetime: 2 years
Contains Bluetooth® LE: FCC ID QOQBT113
IC ID 5123A-BGTBLE113
Water resistance: IPX4 (Splash proof) - Do not shower with the device or submerge it in water.
Wrist circumference range: Small 4.5 to 6 in (114 to 152 mm)
Medium 6 to 7.25 in (152 to 184 mm)
Large 7.25 to 9 in (184 to 229 mm)
Band width: 0.70 in (18 mm)
Band material: Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) - Latex-Free and completely Biocompatible
Display: OLED (64 x 32 pixel)
Firmware version(s): Download / connect with App