Q-Logic 2 with SCIM Module
With more programming and customization options for a smooth ride - for both the power chair user and the seating & mobility professional - the Q-Logic electronics system has a larger 2.8-inch LCD screen with a built-in ambient light sensor that adjusts the screen brightness automatically for greater user comfort and access. The system offers Bluetooth access to computer, tablet and phone functions, while on-screen data includes battery gauge, speedometer, odometer, mode settings, drive status and seat functions.
An ATP & Clinician Best Pick of 2014:
The Q-Logic 2 has many enhancements built into the new system. The new hand control provides a larger screen on the hand control and provides a Bluetooth chip (standard) with the Q-Logic 2 Expandable electronics hand control. The Bluetooth chip allows access to smart phones, many different tablets and computers. The SCIM Module (Specialty Control Input Module) allows a specialty input device to be attached and programmed for use with the Q-Logic 2 system without needing an enhanced display to be purchased. The SCIM module plugs into the system and utilizes the display on the Q-Logic hand control. This allows an individual who fatigues during the day to use the proportional hand control in the morning, and when their arm/hand fatigues, they can switch to their specialty control input method.