The armrest bracket has two threaded holes in it. To span the two holes, two Adapter Plate 4s are used. They are bridged with an Adapter Plate 2 to create a stable attachment. A single Adapter Plate could not accommodate the bolt size and spacing.
The second screw is removed.
The second Adapter Plate is attached.
An Adapter Plate 2 is attached. The supplied screws go through a thru hole or slot (non-threaded), and into threaded holes on the AP4.
The bolts should go into threaded holes on the AP4s. Position the AP2 so the threaded holes are forward.
Attach the L-Angle Extension Plate so the Wheelchair Bracket can be positioned where you want it.
Attach the Solid Wheelchair Bracket (WB2) so the post is where you'd like it. The WB2 clamp can be removed and reoriented on its plate.
Check to be sure you like the height and position of the post and mount. Change or use other Offsets as needed.
When attached to the armrest, the mount and tray will remain in the same position relative to the person in either the standing or seated position.

Offset options

Offsets attach to the wheelchair attachment hardware, and are used to:

  • Get around obstacles such as trays, brakes, footrests and armrests
  • Position the Wheelchair Bracket so the post is in the optimal position (post can be inserted and removed, brakes are unobstructed, footrests removed, accommodate the tray, etc)
  • Adjust the angle of the hardware and/or bracket to make sure the post is vertical

These plates can all be used to offset. To figure out which offset plate will work for you, see our Offset Guide.

How to mount: 

The Levo is a standing power wheelchair. By attaching to the armrest, the mount will stay in the same position relative to a person no matter if they are sitting or standing.

Two Adapter Plates (AP4) were attached to two pre-existing holes in the armrest plate. A third Adapter Plate (AP2) was used to bridge the AP4s. An L-Angle Extenstion plate was used to position the Wheelchair Bracket in front of the armrest. 

Installation support: