The TDX SP takes all the best features of the TDX series and improves upon them with enhanced performance, superior ride quality, quieter chassis, and an elegantly simple design. With built-in technologies such as a True Centre Wheel drive, Enhanced SureStep, Traction Control Design, Quiet Stability Lock, MK6i Electronics, and powerful 4-pole motors, the TDX SP is designed to meet the needs of rehab clients who demand performance and style.
Photographs are for demonstration purposes and product may vary depending on what options you select. The Otto Bock headrest, the Attendant controller and the Jay3 Cushion shown in these photos are all optional extras. None are supplied standard with the chair.
New MK6i Electronics
|Seat Width||30cm - 60cm|
|Seat Depth||30cm - 55cm|
|Full Turning Radius||56cm|
|Seat to Floor Height - Power TIlt||45cm|
|Seat to Floor Height - Super Low||40.5cm|
|Electronics||MK6i, MPJ Expandable Controller|
|Optional Seating Systems|
( Tilt Angle 0 - 50 degrees )
Tilt / Recline
Tilt / Elevate
Tilt / Recline / Elevate
|Chair Weight||143kg (including batteries)|
|Chair Weight Limit|| 136kg standard|
180kg Heavy Duty
|Top Speed||9.6kmph (standard)|
How G-Trac Works
G-Trac functions just like an electronic compass by greatly improving track performance and traction. Whether driving at higher speed outdoors or at a slower pace indoors, Invacare's G-Trac technology is similar to the ESP function found in modern cars, adding new levels of user control and providing a safe and consistent driving experience.
Users regain control of their environment
Obstacles, inclined pavements, slopes and slippery ground all reduce wheelchair's intended path. The frequent steering corrections required to stay on course can be tiring and can lead to loss of control. G-Trac helps drivers follow a straighter path with fewer corrections so users truly feel they are controlling their environment, not the other way around. Whilst regular users of power wheelchairs will appreciate the added G-Trac functionality, it is particularly beneficial to those using alternative controls such as sip-n-puff, tablet controls, scanners, digital head arrays or latched driving modes.
G-Trac provides constancy at low speeds..
When driving at slower speeds, a change in surface material can cause loss of speed or direction. G-Trac helps maintain a constant pace and steady course, regardless of changing surface conditions.
...and keeps pace in faster modes
Higher speeds and fast approaches to corners often mean that wheelchairs can start to spin or skid yet driving around hard curves or executing rapid manoeuvres is often too slow. G-Trac works by analysing driving parameters and only reduces the speed as much as is absolutely necessary. It balances these movements early on and adjusts the speed to ensure the wheelchair trajectory and guarantee user safety. The end result? A more agile and lively driving performance.
The rear low pivots aid in obstacle climbing, front high pivots keep the chair stable.
The downward travel makes coming off an obstacle effortless and nearly silent.
The use of a colour display on the MPJ+ joystick does more than simply provide improved aesthetics. Colour is employed to the user's advantage as it will help designate drive mode and status. new icons will be easier to view and more intuitive to understand and background colours are even programmable to allow choice for viewing indoors and outdoors.
New features of this new MPJ joystick include a real time clock and improved battery diagnosis.
It is compatible with existing Invacare power chairs using MK6 electronics.
Expandable Systems are intended to provide more functionality for users and meet more complex needs. This includes current as well as anticipated needs in the future. An Expandable System will be required to meet the following user needs: