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The all-NEW UpFront Maxx Module from Motion Concepts was exclusively designed for X3 and A3 Power Bases from ROVI. It allows people to get a bit closer to their everyday! By thoughtfully combining a fully functioning power positioning system with 5.5" of forward shift, consumers are able to explore new ways of accessing previously difficult to reach surfaces and objects.

The UpFront module also provides confidence and stability by automatically tucking the user’s feet rearward, under the front of the seat pan and locking out the front casters for peace of mind and greater flexibility. All this access is available with the durability, function and modularity you have come to expect from Motion Concepts products.
 
System Highlights
Fully modular, featuring up to 45° of CG Tilt, 170° of Recline and
up to 45° of Anterior Tilt
16" - 22" W x 16" - 23"D, fully adjustable
Reduced drive speed in UpFront position
Recline available from ALL positions
SWhen system is not in UpFront position the ROVI A/X3’s ARC
suspension is fully functioning for maximum performance and
climbing capability
Anti-dive locking mechanism offers additional stability and safety
by locking front suspension arms as the UpFront function is engaged
Available with the wide range of Motion Concepts’ accessories
and Invacare® Matrx® Seating products, mounted via our
Ultra Rail and Ultra Track slotted interfaces
 
Standard Features
up to 250 lbs Weight Capacity
All Systems come with the seat pan, standard back pan, armrests and armpads
Standard Seat Width: 16 " - 22"
Standard Seat Depths:16 " - 23"
Lifetime Structural Warranty
Matrx Seating Option
PS, SPS, VI, Libra and Libra Adjust Cushions
Elite, Elite TR, Elite Deep, PB, PB Deep
Elan Headrest Hardware and Pad
 
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Standard Electronics
Enhanced Electronics
Electronics Accessories
Vent Trays and O2 Holders
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