MOTOmed Viva2 Light

Movement training device for a passive, assistive and active movement

Get professional movement therapy directly to your home with the MOTOmed viva2 light.

Besides the well-proven MOTOmed functions, the viva2 light is also equipped with a color display and a color-coded guidance system and big, easy-feel buttons that allow a simple and independent operation.

With over 90 accessory parts, the MOTOmed can be individually adapted to the user's physique and medical condition. Please see the Resources tab for brochures with more information.

Individual therapy

The MOTOmed viva2 light offers the possibility to set individual starting parameters (e.g. speed, resistance level,...) so that the training is automatically adapted to your personal needs.

Display of training data

The MOTOmed viva2 light shows the most important training data during the course of the training. The strength used by the left or the right leg (SymmetryTraining) is provided in a graphic view.

Movement is most fun when it's safe. The MOTOmed viva2 light offers various safety functions such as MovementProtector, SymmetryTraining and SpasmControl.

Therapy options

  • passive training (with motor)
  • assistive training (motor-assisted)
  • active training (with own muscle strength)
  • SymmetryTraining

Mechanics

  • safety foot shells
  • pedal radius adjustment, double-stage (7,0 cm or 12,5 cm)
  • handlebar
  • mobile with big castors (13 cm diameter)
  • all-metal construction, premium and stable
  • additional stability with the telescopic front stand

Functions

  • foot insertion aid including position locking feature
  • MOTOmed SmoothDriveSystem with a sensitive startup and runout
  • MovementProtector & SpasmControl
  • speed regulation from 0 to 60 rpm (passive)
  • regulation of motor power from 1 to 10
  • preset a therapy duration from 0 to 120 minutes
  • automatic device self test

Software

  • big and user-friendly operating panel with color-code guidance system with big and easy-feel buttons
  • language selection between 27 different languages
  • Feedback in real time
  • post training analysis

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ISO Standards Approval

Australian Standards have been developed to ensure equipment meets recognised safety and reliability criteria. To achieve this status, equipment must pass a series of tests in which it is put under difficult conditions that are designed to be similar to those that the child or adult may face when the equipment is used. For example, wheelchairs are tested for safhas gained Australian Standard acceptance, it provides a sense of satisfaction and reassurance that it is safe to be used and will do the job.

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