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Assistive products for activities and participation relating to personal mobility and transportation

Products intended to support or replace a person’s capacity to move indoors and outdoors, to transfer from one place to another or to use personal or public transportation. Orthoses and prostheses, see 06. Furnishings, fixtures and other assistive product

Powered wheelchairs

Devices with powered propulsion, intended to provide wheeled mobility with a seating support system for a person with limitation in mobility; the motor power is derived from an integral source of electric or combustion power. Included are, e.g. stand-up p

Electrically powered wheelchairs with manual direct steering

Wheelchairs powered by electricity, with control of direction (steering) by mechanically. changing the orientation of the pivot drive wheel(s) without powered assistance. Included are, e.g. scooters.

Electrically powered wheelchairs with electronic steering

Electrically powered wheelchairs activated with an electronic controller by the occupant. Included are, e.g. self-balancing wheelchairs. Assistant-controlled electrically powered wheelchairs, see 12 23 12. Modular seating systems, see 18 09 39.

Combustion powered wheelchairs

Wheelchairs powered by a combustion engine

Assistant-controlled electrically powered wheelchairs

Electrically powered wheelchairs manoeuvred by an assistant with an electronic controller or a remote controller. Push wheelchairs, see 12 22 18. Steering and control systems for wheelchairs, see 12 24 03.

Stair-climbing powered wheelchairs

Electrically powered wheelchairs that can safely climb and descend stairs while occupied and operated by the occupant. Powered stair-climbing transporters, see >121703

Self-balancing wheelchairs

Two-wheeled powered wheelchairs maintaining balance without casters and being manoeuvred through the body movements of the occupant or a joystick.