It’s one camera with many uses! The backup camera is one of the top Quantum wheelchair accessories available. The Quantum camera promotes safety with a rear viewing angle of 170 degrees. Available exclusively on Q-Logic 3, this camera will become available on NE and NE+ controllers in the future. Read on to discover the great benefits of this camera and check out what our brand ambassadors and other consumers have to say about it!
When driving your power chair forward, you can see whatever is in front of you. Driving in reverse is a different story! When driving your power wheelchair out in public, it may be difficult to see when reversing in a parking lot or parking garage, especially if you are unable to turn your head or neck. The backup camera helps you to see cars, pedestrians, cyclists or other obstacles. When at home, there’s all kinds of things that can get in your way. That’s why it is important to know what’s behind you when reversing. Door frames, furniture, pets and children are visible to you with the Quantum camera. The 3.5-inch LCD display, which equipped with a protective case to prevent damage, helps you to see when reversing. You can mount the LCD display off your power chair’s armrest or side rails, so it’s visible to you while driving. The Quantum camera allows a consumer to choose between two modes: the camera is always on or the camera turns on with a reverse command.
The new Quantum camera offers infrared capabilities, perfect for visibility in low-lighted areas or at night. During the winter months, the sun sets a lot earlier, but many wheelchair users have appointments to keep, errands to run and social gatherings to attend. The wheelchair backup camera is a great tool for wheelchair users to have. Whether you are backing up your power chair into the bathroom at night or reversing in a dim parking lot, the wheelchair backup camera has you covered.
Not sure if the wheelchair backup camera is right for you? Read some testimonials from our consumers, brand ambassadors and Q Roll Models who have the Quantum camera on their power wheelchairs. They discuss their favorite features and how the new Quantum camera assists them in their daily lives. Tim Shin describes how the wheelchair backup camera became a lifeline when his home lost power for three days following a hurricane. Living in a big city like St. Louis, Alison Chancellor is glad to have the backup camera for seeing behind her when walking her dog at night.
Are you ready to purchase the camera and other Quantum wheelchair accessories? If so, contact your authorized Quantum dealer and let them know you wish to purchase the wheelchair backup camera!