R-net Electronics (Curtiss-Wright)

R-net is a multi-module control system for the control of rehab-type power chairs. R-net is the most common type of wheelchair electronics, so it is available on a wide range of power wheelchairs.

To pair a mo-vis joystick with one of their joystick modules (JSM -  e.g. a CJSM2), you need a mo-vis R-net joystick, with R-net bus cable.

With the R-net programmer, you can choose whether the mo-vis joystick can control only 1 dedicated profile or more/all profiles.

The following mo-vis products are compatible with R-net

  • P002-52 Micro Joystick R-net
  • P002-62 Multi Joystick R-net
  • P002-75 All-round Joystick R-net
  • P002-76 All-round Joystick Light R-net
  • P002-77 Heavy Duty Joystick R-net
  • M002-24 Heavy Duty Kit R-net Standard Joystick
  • M002-44 Heavy Duty Kit R-net CJSM2
  • P015-61 Scoot Control R-net
This is a picture of a CJSM2

To pair a mo-vis joystick with an Omni (2) display, you need a mo-vis Omni Joystick with SUB D9 connector:

  • P002-51 Micro Joystick Omni
  • P002-61 Multi Joystick Omni
  • P002-71 All-round Joystick Omni
  • P002-72 All-round Joystick Light Omni
  • P002-73 Heavy Duty Joystick Omni

With the R-net programmer, you can choose whether the mo-vis joystick can control only 1 or more dedicated profiles OR all profiles.

This is a picture of an Omni 2 Display

LiNX / DX Electronics (Dynamic Controls)

LiNX is the newest control system of Dynamic Controls that allows to configure & tailor power wheelchairs. There are several remotes (joysticks modules) available, such as the REM 400 and REM 500.

To pair a mo-vis joystick with LiNX electronics, you need a mo-vis Omni joystick with SUB D9 connector and a DLX-IN500A interface (available through Dynamic Controls). In the LiNX Programmer you can add 1 or more profiles for the mo-vis joystick.

mo-vis also still supports the older DX electronics. To pair a mo-vis joystick with DX electronics, you need a mo-vis Omni joystick with SUB D9 connector and a mo-vis Omni-DX Joystick Interface (P002-31).

  • P002-51 Micro Joystick Omni
  • P002-61 Multi Joystick Omni
  • P002-71 All-round Joystick Omni
  • P002-72 All-round Joystick Light Omni
  • P002-73 Heavy Duty Joystick Omni
This is a picture of a LiNX REM400

Q-Logic (Curtis Electronics)

To pair a mo-vis joystick with a Q-Logic Enhanced Display, you need a mo-vis Omni joystick with SUB D9 connector.

To pair a mo-vis joystick with Curtis electronics without an Enhanced Display, you need a mo-vis Omni joystick with SUB D9 connector and a Specialty Control Interface Module (SCIM) (available through Pride).

  • P002-51 Micro Joystick Omni
  • P002-61 Multi Joystick Omni
  • P002-71 All-round Joystick Omni
  • P002-72 All-round Joystick Light Omni
  • P002-73 Heavy Duty Joystick Omni
  • M002-40 Heavy Duty Kit Curtis Standard Joystick
This is a picture of a Curtis Enhanced Display

Special Cases

There are always special cases possible. For instance, some of the Ottobock wheelchairs have their own Curtis electronics. In this case, you can combine a mo-vis Omni joystick with a Joystick Interface Omni-Otto Bock (P002-37).

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Further Reading

Barriuso, A.L.; Pérez-Marcos, J.; Jiménez-Bravo, D.M.; Villarrubia González, G.; De Paz, J.F. Agent-Based Intelligent Interface for Wheelchair Movement Control. Sensors 2018, 18, 1511.