Strength in 3D!

The ConnectIT™ Device Mounting System, a full line from DynaVox, connects you with all of the features of your DynaVox communication device.

Wheelchair

The ConnectIT wheelchair mounting systems are divided into two major categories:

  • Seat Rail: connects to the Seat Rail of a wheelchair (typically a power wheelchair)
  • Chair Frame: connects to the Frame of the wheelchair (typically a manual wheelchair)

These two categories are again split into two other separate categories:

  • EyeMax System (taller, and with easier positioning)
  • Standard: for other devices (Maestro, Vmax+, M³, etc)
Which mount is right for me?


Wheelchair Mount Models

Seat Rail Mounts

Seat Rail Mounts connect to a wheelchair on a rail on the side of the wheelchair seat, which is the typical mounting location for most power wheelchairs.

Tilt vs non-Tilt wheelchairs:
A Seat Rail Mount can mount to either Tilt or non-Tilt chairs, with no part changes between those options.

Tubes:
Three tubes are included in the Seat Rail Mount kits. Only two of these tubes will be used, depending on the lengths needed for the most appropriate position of the device for the user.

EyeMax vs "Standard Devices"
The difference in these two configurations is the type of "Device Holder" that is used. For EyeMax mounts, the "Two-Lever Device Holder" is used. For the Standard mounts, the "no lever Standard Device Holder" is used. Instruction Guide | EyeMax Instruction Guide

Model Description
501791 Seat Rail Standard
Must also specify plate
Device Holder: Standard
501792 Seat Rail Standard
Includes plate for Maestro, V+/Vmax/M3/EyeMax
Device Holder: Standard
501793 Seat Rail EyeMax
Must also specify plate
Device Holder: Two-Lever
501794 Seat Rail EyeMax
Includes plate for Maestro, V+/Vmax+/M3/EyeMax
Device Holder: Two-Lever
Chair Frame Mounts

Chair Frame Mounts connect to the wheelchair below the seat of the wheelchair onto the lower frame. This is the typical mounting location for most manual wheelchairs. A manual wheelchair with a tilting seat may also use a Seat Rail Mount. Instruction Guide | EyeMax Instruction Guide

Tubes:
Unlike the Seat Rail mounts, the Chair Frame mounts do use all 3 tubes that ship in each kit.

EyeMax vs "Standard Devices"

There are two differences:

1. Tube lengths
  • EyeMax kits have a longer tube (12", 20", 20" thick-walled tubes)
  • Standard kits have (12", 16", 20" thick-walled tubes)
2. A different "Device Holder" is used.
  • EyeMax mounts use the "Two-Lever Device Holder"
  • Standard mounts, use the "no lever Standard Device Holder"
Model Description
501795 Chair Frame Standard
Must also specify plate
Device Holder: Standard
501796 Chair Frame Standard
Includes plate for Maestro, V+/Vmax+/M3/EyeMax
Device Holder: Standard
501797 Chair Frame Standard
Must also specify plate
Device Holder: Two-Lever
501798 Chair Frame Standard
Includes plate for Maestro, V+/Vmax+/M3/EyeMax
Device Holder: Two-Lever
Captain's Chair Mounts

This is a special ConnectIT Mounting System configuration for wheelchairs with a "Captain's Chair" seat - where the only workable site for the mount's point of attachment is the armrest pillar. Most, but not all, Jazzy chairs have the Captain's Chair and thus require the mount. A Captain's Chair is occasionally, but not often, found on wheelchairs other than Jazzy chairs.

This configuration works with both the EyeMax and standard devices; and includes the most common mounting plate (V+/Vmax+/M3/EyeMax).
Instruction Guide

Model Description
501801 Captain Seat Mount. Includes plate for
Maestro, V+, Vmax+, M3, Eyemax.

ConnectIT PDFs

Find Help in
Your Area

Providing device demonstrations and helping you through the funding process.


Implementation Toolkit

The Implementation Toolkit is a collection of video and print-based resources created to help you facilitate successful interaction using AAC.

Sign up for Emails