This is a photo of an All-round Joystick with Standard Handle

Product features

The All-round Joystick is a joystick module which can be connected directly to the wheelchair electronics to control the wheelchair functions. It is the compact version of a standard power wheelchair joystick module. It is developed for all-round use and is suitable for the major part of wheelchair users. It can be used as a standard, chin or attendant joystick. The All-round Joystick Light has the same specifications, but with medium force.

  • Fully proportional joysticks
  • Standard: force requirement of 250 gr and travel of 20 mm
  • Light: only 120 gr of force required, travel of 7 mm
  • Built in a compact-housing, with 2 3.5 mm jacks for switch input: (red) on/off power wheelchair - (yellow) mode of the power wheelchair
  • Fully adjustable to individual possibilities and needs with well-though out electronics (mini USB connection)
  • Compatible with multiple types of wheelchair electronics
  • Has a LED light on the interface which will start to flash green in case of error or orange in case of active tilt
  • Possibility to insert 1 or 2 Satellite Twisters via integrated insert parts


P002-71 All-round Joystick Omni

This joystick has an Omni cable with SUB D9 connector


P002-75 All-round Joystick R-net

This joystick has an R-net bus cable


P002-72 All-round Joystick Light Omni

This joystick has an Omni cable with SUB D9 connector


P002-76 All-round Joystick Light R-net

This joystick has an R-net bus cable

This is a photo of an All-round Joystick with Standard Handle
This is a photo of an All-round Joystick with Standard Handle
This is a photo of an All-round Light joystick with ball and two satellite twisters
This is a photo of an All-round Light joystick with ball and two satellite twisters
This is a photo of the bottom of an All-round joystick with jacks visible

More information

Add more intelligence

There is a mini USB connection in the interface to connect the All-round (Light) Joystick to the mo-vis Configurator and add additional intelligence.

Interesting features are the Road Compensation and the Tilt Setting.

Download the configurator here.



The mo-vis joysticks are available in two versions:

  • R-net version with R-net bus cable
  • Omni version with SUB D9 connector. This can be used to connect the mo-vis joystick directly to the Omni(2) Interface of Curtiss-Wright. But you can also connect the Omni joystick with another interface for compatibility with Dynamic Controls (DX, LiNX) and Curtis Instruments (Q-Logic).

Take a look at the overview to learn more about the compatibility of our joysticks.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How and where can I mount the All-round (Light) Joystick?

    The All-round Joystick (Light) can be mounted anywhere on the wheelchair that allows for easy access for the user. 

    You can mount the joystick on any flat surface using 4 M4 bolts (not included in the package). There is also a mounting ring available as accessory, to mount the joystick in a flat surface.

    If you want to mount the joystick on a rod (e.g. on a swing away arm such as the Manual Swing or Multi Swing), then you can use the optional mounting set (D6 or D8).

    If you will use it as a chin control, there is an alternative handle available: an All-round Joystick ball (48 mm Ø, 38 mm H).

    Go to Mounting Systems for more information about our mounting options.

  • What is the Road Compensation?

    Read Michelle Lange's Blog on the Road Compensation to learn more in our tutorial about the mo-vis joysticks.

  • What is the Tilt Setting?

    Through our mo-vis Configurator Software you can activate the Tilt Setting of the joystick. As soon as your joystick is tilted in an angle of more than 70°, movement of the joystick will not be seen as a driving input anymore. When the joystick is tilted in an angle of less than 60°, the joystick will become active again.

    It makes sense to enable Tilt Setting, when the joystick is mounted on a swing away arm or when it is integrated in a swivel system.

  • Are the joysticks compatible with R-net/DX/LiNX/Q-Logic?

    Yes, read this post on Universal Joysticks to learn more.

  • How should I clean or disinfect the joystick?

    To guarantee a maximum lifetime of the device, the joystick should be cleaned on a regular basis. Gently remove dust and dirt with a damp cloth. Only use non-aggressive disinfectant cleaning agents. Do not immerse it in water or use excessive amounts of liquid. Also, do not apply additional lubricants to the moving parts.

    The knob or ball on top of the joystick can be removed without tools to clean them. You may shortly immerse the ball or knob in warm water with a gentle cleaning agent. Let the ball or knob dry before putting it back on.

    If the ball or knob is damaged, worn out or remains dirty, replace it.

    Contact your dealer or contact us by email ( or by phone +32 9 335 28 60 to order spare parts.

In a tight spot: All-round Joysticks fit the bill

by Guest Blogger Michelle L. Lange, OTR/L, ABDA, ATP/SMS

While standard joystick modules are the most common power wheelchair driving method, these tend to be rather bulky and difficult to use if not mounted to the end of the armpad.
If there is not adequate room to mount a standard joystick module where the driver has optimal control, an All-round Joystick may be used.
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