MobilityWorks carries numerous lines of wheelchair restraint systems. Our certified technicians are the most experienced in the industry at installing and repairing wheelchair restraint and docking systems. Since 1986, EZ Lock's Wheelchair Docking System has been the standard of protection and self-reliance for thousands. Its versatile and secure Docking System is as dependable as manual tie-down systems, yet much more convenient. Sophisticated electronic wiring and controls ensure the wheelchair is properly locked in place and easily released with push of a button.
The BL-6290 base lock is the heart of the EZ LOCK Wheelchair Restraint System. Once the base lock is mounted to the vehicle floor, it acts as receiver for the docking pin attached to the wheelchair, making your entry fully automatic, and minimizing the need for precise maneuvering.
The wheelchair bracket is mounted to the bottom of the chair, allowing it to lock into the BL-6290 docking base.
The picture above illustrates the bracket applied to a standard manual wheelchair. This application also includes the front stabilizer, required for all drivers. The stabilizer is designed to minimize any tipping or side-to-side motion. EZ Lock wheelchair restraints are used for both manual and power wheelchairs, and are suitable for both drivers and passengers.
The control panel is the main user interface for EZ LOCK Systems. Functions include release, alarm buzzer deactivation for unoccupied use, and an array of warning indicators. A green light signifies that locking jaws are completely closed and the system is safe to use. A yellow light means the locking jaws are not completely closed, and the user should exit, then re-enter base lock. A red light indicates the system has been de-activated, and is for unoccupied use only.