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TDX SI with Van Seat

 

TDX SI with Van Seat
TDXSI named for its superior integration of key rehab features.
Product ID: TDXSIV
HCPCS Code: K0849**
Starting At…$5,970.00*

Product Description

Named for its Superior Integration of key Rehab features, the TDX SI has a new suspension system called Simplified SureStep with Stability Assist, 2 Pole Motors with a top speed of 5 mph, 22NF batteries, and a compact vent option. The TDX SI is coded as a Medicare Group 3 power wheelchair and is offered with Rehab and Captains seating as well as Formula CG powered Tilt. The TDX SI is designed to accommodate less involved injuries and disabilities.

Features

  • 2 Pole Motors standard
  • Stability Assist
  • MK6i electronics with MK660 controller

Specifications

Seat Width:16″, 18″, 20″, 22″
Seat Depth:16″ – 20″
Seat Style:SemiRecline
SemiRecline with Solid Base(See TDXSI)
Seat To Floor Height:21″
Overall Width:Overall base width 24″
Overall Length:35.25″ (without front riggings)
Overall Height:38″ w/o headrest
45″ w/ headrest
Product Weight:277 lbs (with batteries)
179 lbs (without batteries)
Battery:22NF
Product Weight Capacity:300 lb.
Warranty:Base Frame: 5 years
Seat Frame: 3 years
Electrical Components: 1 year
Motors: 1 year
Batteries: 6 months
Remaining Components(except upholstered materials, padded materials and tires/wheels) 1 year
NOTE: For more detail please refer to the full specifications brochure link above, or call Customer Service at (800) 333-6900. All specifications, prices, and product configurations are subject to change without notification. Accessories and seating products shown in the photographs are not necessarily included in the base price of wheelchair. Please refer to current price lists located at www.invacare.com.

* MSRP – Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price does not include optional equipment and accessories that may be available for this product.** This information is not intended to be, nor should it be considered billing or legal advice. Providers are responsible for determining the appropriate billing codes when submitting claims to the Medicare Program and should consult an attorney or other advisor to discuss specific situations in further detail.

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