ADLIB Microprocessor Knee - Disarticulation
Multi-axes G sensor
Measures the acceleration and estimates 3D posture (orientation) of the prosthesis up to a rate of 200 times per second.
Microprocessor accumulates and analyzes information from the G sensor and then evaluates the user’s gait pattern.
After receiving the signals from the microprocessor, the pneumatic cylinder provides optimal resistance for recreating natural gait patterns.
Provides shock absorption of the knee, and shifts the ICR posteriorly, dramatically enhancing joint stability without knee buckling.
New remote controller design
Controls the resistance of the joint using Auto (Computer Program Setting) or Manual modes.