Discovery Tmax

Ottobock Discovery max: note the tie down placement.  The most secure way to attach is using the same thru holes, with longer bolts.
Note: on this Discovery max, the tie downs are on the inside of the frame.
Close-up of the attachment of the Adapter Plate, sandwiching the frame, tie down and seat pan.
Attach the Adapter Plate 4 to the side frame, orienting the threads for easy attachment of the Wheelchair Bracket.
Use the Mount'n Mover to position your device. Set custom lock positions and adjust the height and tilt. When transferring, move the mount is out of the way, but tuck it close to the mobility base to reduce the likelihood of tipping.
Adapter Plate "sandwiched" between tie-down and wheelchair; attach the Wheelchair Bracket to the Adapter Plate.

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: 

Sandwich the Adapter Plate between the tie-down and frame, or, if the tie-down is to the inside, attach it to the outside of the frame. Use the bolts to secure the plate, the seat pan and the tie-down. It is critical, if attaching with the same bolts as the tie down, that you select high strength bolts that are long enough to fully engage with the lock nuts.

Installation support: 

Suggested extra parts

Other hardware: 

Bolt length is unclear, but the bolts must engage with the lock nuts.