A Power Recline allows the user to change the back angle from nearly vertical to nearly horizontal.
Similar to PRS above, but as the back is reclined, the front portion of the back slides downward, thus reducing shear.
A Power Tilt System tilts the complete seat frame, footrest and arms rearward providing pressure relief and comfort. Up to 50 degrees of tilt is available. More information.
A Reverse Power Tilt System uses standard arms and front rigging. The rear of seat tilts up to aid user when transferring into and out of chair. Similar to a lift chair. More information.
The 13" Power Seat Elevator 2 raises the seat from a normal driving position to a elevated position, bring the user to eye level of an average standing person. More information.
Each legrest can be elevated independently or together.