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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby 11ydy » 04 Oct 2020, 02:41

Hello, I'm Chinese. Thank you for sharing technology here. My hardware is PG newvsi 50a, which is limited by the dealer. I want to modify the speed of software. Where can I download the software? Thank you!
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby woodygb » 04 Oct 2020, 06:29

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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby 11ydy » 04 Oct 2020, 12:16

woodygb wrote:You have a private message.
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Thank you very much for your help!
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby takenaback » 06 Oct 2020, 02:45

I have a quickie explor 2 (Amysystems) and also the Sunrise EU OEM programming app, Rnet dongle etc. Was wondering whether there’s any possibility of enabling the chair to tilt whilst in lift mode. I can tilt forward whilst in lift mode and sometimes I need to do this but it won’t go back without me activating the lift mode almost fully down before I can tilt. Then I go up again, pain in the backside at the pub. Don’t know whether it can be adjusted but any help would be appreciated.
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby rover220 » 06 Oct 2020, 07:23

takenaback wrote:I have a quickie explor 2 (Amysystems) and also the Sunrise EU OEM programming app, Rnet dongle etc. Was wondering whether there’s any possibility of enabling the chair to tilt whilst in lift mode. I can tilt forward whilst in lift mode and sometimes I need to do this but it won’t go back without me activating the lift mode almost fully down before I can tilt. Then I go up again, pain in the backside at the pub. Don’t know whether it can be adjusted but any help would be appreciated.
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Yes, have a look at the actuator inhibit settings. Be aware of risk of tipping, not likely but not impossible.
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby takenaback » 06 Oct 2020, 08:55

No chance of one of these tipping, they've got an unusually big set of anti -tip wheels, caught between mid wheel drive and rear will drive. This is what I see on the programming app, I'm not sure exactly what to do.

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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby shirley_hkg » 16 Oct 2020, 00:57

Can we get hold of programming OTTOBOCK chairs ?
① B500/B600(older)
② JUVO B5(newer)

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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby Burgerman » 16 Oct 2020, 05:54

I thought they were just PG Drives/RNET?

VR2 or "ten". Which is actually R-Net with a weird branded joystick pod. So they can pretend its their own.
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby woodygb » 16 Oct 2020, 09:36

shirley_hkg wrote: Can we get hold of programming OTTOBOCK chairs ?
① B500/B600(older)
② JUVO B5(newer)

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B500/B600 models feature all the
advantages: the VR2, enAble®40 and enAble®50
control units adapted to the needs of the user
along with their flexibility and modular structure.


Shirley ..ALL of the above have programming solutions we simply need to know what control system is on these chairs.

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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby shirley_hkg » 16 Oct 2020, 10:34


Thanks .

How can we get the software ?
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby woodygb » 16 Oct 2020, 10:36

shirley_hkg wrote:
Thanks .

How can we get the software ?


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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby shirley_hkg » 16 Oct 2020, 12:07

:thumbup: Will do.
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby woodygb » 16 Oct 2020, 12:16

You have mail with the info.

Feel free to get clarification on it's use.
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby shirley_hkg » 16 Oct 2020, 13:32


Does it require any specific connector ?

Also , anyone know the JUVO B5 ?
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby woodygb » 16 Oct 2020, 13:47

The EnAble series requires a specific proprietary 5 pin plug OR just 2 pins will work fine.

The EnAble50 ( pins 4 and 5 ) are CAN-H and CAN-L ...This model is programmed with a USB- CAN adaptor.
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The EnAble40 ( pins 4 and 5 ) are TXD and RXD... This model is programmed using inverted TTL
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby shirley_hkg » 16 Oct 2020, 14:12


Thanks woody. cheers
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby takenaback » 18 Oct 2020, 01:26

The previous picture I displayed on this page was irrelevant as it wasn't showing actuator inhibits. What I'm wanting to do is to be able to lift and tilt at the same time without being restricted but I'm unsure of what inhibits it may be. So I have attached a picture, the channels that are not opened up have no inhibits.is it possible the lift and backrest under Sunrise medical is the one that needs to be adjusted? cheers Steve
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby Burgerman » 18 Oct 2020, 01:43

Send me a copy of the settings file.
Its hard to understand these things if you were not the one that set it up or wired/programmed it. But I will take a look. What actuator module is fitted?
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby takenaback » 18 Oct 2020, 02:05

Thanks BM

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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby Burgerman » 18 Oct 2020, 02:26

What is the module used?

I cannot see recline as all. Only tilt/lift/legs.

As an xperiment, try this.
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby takenaback » 18 Oct 2020, 02:42

R-net PM 120

No recline just legs, seat and lift. Steve
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby Burgerman » 18 Oct 2020, 02:51

No. Which module for the seating?

Theres the ISM, usually ISM6. And SM. And the fancy one that does feedback positioning etc which I cannot remember the name of thats very uncommon.

Did you test?

And this. Test.

If the first one doesent do the trick, this one should as I disabled all the ISM6 inhibits on actuators only and have not even looked at chair speed inhibits.
Hard to know for sure without a chair to test it on!
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby takenaback » 18 Oct 2020, 04:18

Can't test till tonight Australian time when carer arrives and let you know what's seating module I have. Steve
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Re: PINNED - Info on PROGRAMMING PGDT and others

Postby Burgerman » 18 Oct 2020, 11:48

Try the 2nd one first!
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