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Satellite Accelerator

and Brake Lever

The ultimate 2-handed driving solution.

The Satellite Accelerator is for the driver who wants to maintain both hands on the wheel when driving. The unit is worn like a glove and acceleration is achieved by lightly pressing the thumb against a small lever allowing intuitive control over the operation of your car’s speed in all driving conditions.


Whether you are driving long distances, around tight curves or executing difficult manoeuvres, the Satellite Accelerator available in wired or wireless models, makes agile, smooth, reactive, and safe driving easy.


The Satellite Accelerator is generally paired with the Brake Lever.

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Satellite Accelerator Models

Wired Satellite

The wired model enables the driver to have the unit constantly attached with a spiral cord.

The cord is mounted at elbow distance back to avoid interference with the steering wheel.

The unit is smaller and lighter than the wireless model.

Wireless Satellite

The wireless model eliminates any interference when holding or turning the steering wheel.

The unit’s operating time is 35 hours between charges and can easily be recharged in the vehicle or ‘on-the-run’.

A red light and ‘beep’ sound alert the user that the battery is low. There is also an emergency back-up function.

brake level arm view with brake lock and horn button


The lever is fitted standard with a button for the horn and brake lock feature

Brake Lever arm view with integrated keypad

Incorporated Keypad

The lever is also available with incorporated keypad with buttons for lights, indicators, and horn.


Suitable for:

Double Lower Limb Amputee
Disability reducing leg function &
maintaining hand dexterity

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