YATTLL Industry Co., Ltd.
YATTLL Industry Co., Ltd.

Why Do Most Electric Wheelchairs Use Joysticks For Navigation?


Most electric wheelchairs use a joystick for navigation. The controller interface should be intuitive and responsive, allowing for smooth and precise maneuvering.

Electric wheelchair joystick controllers are designed to provide users with precise control over the wheelchair's movement. Typically mounted on one armrest, the joystick allows users to navigate forward, backward, and turn in various directions with simple movements. Some joystick controllers also feature additional buttons for controlling speed, activating special functions, or adjusting settings. The design aims to make wheelchair navigation intuitive and accessible for individuals with different levels of mobility and dexterity.

Joysticks are commonly used in electric wheelchairs because they provide precise control over movement in various directions with minimal effort, making them accessible for individuals with limited mobility or dexterity. Additionally, joysticks are intuitive to use and can be easily operated with one hand, allowing users to navigate comfortably in different environments.

YATTLL specializes in designing, developing, and producing high-quality folding electric wheelchairs for people with limited mobility. The product designed to take with you wherever you go. It easily folds without disassembly, and fits in most modern vehicle trunks and cargo areas.

Our mission is to change the lives of people with mobility issues by providing products that combine comfort, safety and portability.

At present, all the electric wheelchairs we manufacture use a joystick for navigation.

We are actively seeking experienced and committed mobility dealers who put customer relationships first and strive to provide top-notch products and services.

If you are interested in becoming our dealer partner, please contact us.