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I would like to extend the joystick cable on a on a pride JAZ ZY 1120 wheelchair with a remote plus joystick. I would like to make the cable 15 foot long in place of the three-foot long stock cable. Then I can operate the chair remotely. What voltage are the signals sent on the small wires in that harness for driving forward and reverse and turning? What is the amperage used with that signal? Any any suggestions that you might have would be appreciated. Tom Christianson tkc 1970 thank you

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Hi Tom,

The redel cable made by Penny and Giles Drive Technology is available from them in a number of custom lengths. The only limiting factor is that you need to have a dealer account with them. Check out their website at
I think you can order a custom length at The After Market Group at They should be able to take your order and turn it around into a custom order from Penny and Giles. The other alternative is to order the longest stock length which I think is about 5 feet and splice several together.
You can do a web search for redel cable and order the length you need and make it yourself for a lot cheaper than going through medical equipment suppliers. The retail cost of a standard 3, 4, or 5 foot cable is over $120 so you will reap great savings by doing some research on-line.
Hope this helps.

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