Our Electronic Functional Spinner Knobs are the perfect mobility solution for a user who needs assistance in turning a steering wheel. We have a range of attachments to choose from that cater to different limitations, whilst still ensuring that the vehicles auxillery functions are accessible!
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The Kivi PV3000 is a newly ergonomically designed spinner knob that allows individuals with limited upper limb ability to use the steering wheel and auxiliary functions with one hand. This PV3000 is a radio wireless device that consists of a keypad and a handle allowing the driver to manage the service controls from one station on the steering wheel. The keypad is able to be fixed to the wheel or revolving in respect to the wheel meaning that regardless of its position, it will always sit perpendicular to the wheel. To remove the knob and the keypad from the wheel you simply just pull down on the lower locking ring and pull out the knob at the same time.
How the PV3000 works wirelessly
The transmitter sends the pulses to a receiver via radio-waves. This system allows you to operate auxiliary functions:
- When located far from the vehicle.
- Without interference from other electric/electronic apparatuses in the car (power-stations, mobile-phones, radios, external electronic signals and other apparatus)
- Without electro-magnetic pollution
- Horn Button: A light press on this key sounds the horn.
- Lights Button: A light press turns on the car lights. A longer press turns on the lightning of side and anti-dazzle lights.
- Indicator Button: A light press on one of the two keys causes the lighting of the corresponding arrow. A longer press for more than two seconds turns the lighting for EMERGENCY LIGHTS on.
- Windscreen Wiper I Button: A light press of this button turns on the windscreen wiper at first speed; by a second press you can stop it. A long press for more than two seconds sets in action the glass-washing pump until you release the key.
- Windscreen Wiper II Button: A light press of this buttons sets in action the motor of the windscreen wiper at second speed; by a second pressing you can stop it. To change the speed, you have to push the "Windscreen wiper I" key and vice versa.
- Length: 100mm
- Breadth: 56mm
- Width: 56mm
- Buttons: 2mm depth
The transmitter has been designed in a way to be as small as possible and does not interfere with the airbag.
For further information on the PV3000 please download the brochure or contact Mobility Engineering and speak with one of our friendly staff members.
The Kivi PV1009 is a newly ergonomically designed spinner knob that allows individuals with limited upper limb ability to steer a vehicle with ease. The ergonomic design of the device makes it easy to grasp and allows it be used for extended periods of time without feeling discomfort. The PV1009 is an infra-red device that allows the user to access up to 11 auxiliary functions wirelessly with the push of a button. The keypad is revolving in respect to the wheel meaning that regardless of its position, it will always sit perpendicular to the wheel. To remove the transmitter you simply just pull down on the lower locking ring and pull out the handle at the same time.
- 11 Auxiliary functions
- 8 Button keyboard which can be programmed to match individual needs
- Back illuminated functions which allows the user to find relevant buttons in the dark
- Comes in different colours to suit vehicle interior
- Electromagnetic compatibility cleared
- Complies with the strictest safety standards in Europe, which are applicable in Australia.
- Transmitter is powered by for extended periods of time using AAA batteries, making it easily replaced by the user.
- Available for vehicles with CAN-Bus systems.
- Lights (Changing from sidelights to dipped or full beam headlights, flash lights and reverse)
- Windscreen Wipers (Blinking, 1st and 2nd Speed)
- Front Windscreen Washer
- Rear Windscreen Wiper
- Direction Indicators
- Hazard Lights
For further information on the PV1009 please download the brochure or contact Mobility Engineering and speak with one of our friendly staff members.