TouchDrive 2

Touchscreen proportional controller

The TouchDrive 2 uses proven cell phone touchscreen technology for ultra-sensitive and precise proportional driving capabilities for wheelchair control. Simply make contact with the glass surface of the device for activation; no force is required. Maintaining contact with the screen will allow for full driving capabilities including turning, veering, and spinning around.

The TouchDrive 2 allows for mode access through either a built-in mode switch on the screen (Switch-It logo) or a 3.2 mm monojack port for external mechanical mode switches. The TouchDrive 2 can be configured for neutral to be the center of the active area (absolute) or movable (relative).

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Switch-It TouchDrive 2 Drive Controls
Built-In Mode Function

Built-In Mode Function

Touching the Switch-It logo on the capacitive touchscreen allows access to modes. This option can be enabled or disabled by pressing the green recessed button on the underside of the device.

External Mode Switch Jack

External Mode Switch Jack

The user may opt to disable the built-in mode option (Switch-It logo) and instead use an external switch. The TouchDrive2 provides a ⅛" monojack port on the side for an external mechanical mode switch. This feature allows for a cleaner setup with fewer wires plugging into an Omni or Enhanced Display.

Absolute and Relative Modes

Absolute and Relative Modes

The user may select absolute or relative mode for the neutral position. When in absolute mode, the middle of the TouchDrive2 active area is always center/neutral. When in relative mode, wherever the user touches again becomes the new center/neutral. This option can be enabled or disabled by pressing the green recessed button on the underside of the device.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, it's advisable to recharge the batteries every night - regardless of their use during the day. It's especially important to fully-charge your power wheelchair before first-use. If you don't recharge the batteries regularly, it will reduce their ability to hold power.

Our Built-4-Me customisations team can help to provide customisations that go above and beyond the standard options that are generally available to order. They'll make every effort to provide you with a safe, reliable solution that matches your needs.

Your user instruction manual will provide information on how to adjust the driving profile. However, any reprogramming of the control unit must be carried out by an authorised Sunrise Medical dealership. Improper programming of the control unit can jeopardise safety whilst driving.

The charge indicator that's built into the charger should notify you. However you should always consult your user manual for the exact instructions for your power wheelchair model.

Battery life depends on many factors such as user weight, temperature, use of electronic options, terrain and battery charge status. Battery life that's indicated in your user manual and other documentation is a theoretical maximum values (as according to ISO 7176 standards) and will always be affected by the situation the power wheelchair is used in.

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