Question about Saitek ST290 Joystick
The service departments at my local Medical Supply is unaware of the diagnostic features associated with the motor controller for my Quickie P200 wheelchair. This controller was designed by Penny and Giles in England and acquired by QTRONIX. The controller is in use on current chairs but if the service departments can't acquire the stored data, why continue to use the controlers?
Any reputable dealer will have a PnG or Qutronix programmer that plugs into the chair in order to program the profiles. This dealer obviously does`nt know that. Call a different dealer.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a very good question. You need to to take this issue up with Quickie. Here is there link. The main office is in the USA.
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