Front wheel drive Power chair with basic functions

Compact and Sleek

The C300PS is a compact front wheel drive power wheelchair with sleek good looks. Designed for getting in and out of tight spaces, it is easy to manouevre indoors and perfect for getting out and about in the city. The new PS seat is simple and smart. The telescopic frame and expanding seat pan allow for a full range of growth. The backrest upholstery incorporates adjustable slingbacks to provide fine adjustment of seating comfort.

120kgMaximum user weight

Battery 2 x 60 Ah
Back Height 360–605 mm
Base Length 1200 mm
Base Width 620 mm
Seat Depth 410–535 mm
Seat Height 430 mm
Seat Width 400/450 mm
Power Tilt Angle 45° max.
Seat Elevator 200 mm max
Turning Radius 637 mm
Max Speed VR2 7 km/h
Travel Range 30–35 km
Weight Capacity 120 kg
Weight with batteries approx. 130 kg

Key Features of the Permobil C300 PS Power Wheelchair

Seat functions

New advanced seat functions via ICS give even better comfort. Functions like seat lift of 200mm, 45 degree tilt.

Advanced suspension system

The suspension and spring system is based on advanced technology and gives a smooth and comfortable ride even on demanding surfaces.

New seat lift

New improved seat lift with 50 mm higher lifting height. with a seat elevation of 200mm.

Enhanced Steering Program ESP

ESP is available as an optional extra for C300PS. ESP stabilizes and refines the steering function, especially at higher speeds.

Quick battery access

Side battery doors provide quick and easy access to batteries.

Seat frame with UniTrack

The new seat frame has UniTrack accessory rails as standard. Gives full access to the whole family of new seat accessories.

Seat height

Has a seat rail height of 460mm


The basic VR2 controller is standard or the option of the most advanced control system, R-net and Intelligent Control System ICS.

Powerful motors

Extra powerful motors give sufficient grunt to power through any urban environment.

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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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