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    Question Seat Function Switches?

    Does anyone know where i can find a seat function switch with a 9 pin connector?

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    Try contacting Paul at Liberty Mobility: https://libertymobility.com

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    The only type that Amysystems supports are these two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    The only type that Amysystems supports are these two.
    Is your concern the "user interface" (i.e., you'd prefer dedicated sets of up/down buttons instead of either of the above units)?

    Or, the size/shape/mounting of the "control panel"?

    I assume you have an Amy chair? Is the wiring of that connector described formally, somewhere? (I.e., it may be easy to simply modify a unit similar to the one in your first photo to be electrically compatible with your chair's wiring).

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    Quote Originally Posted by automation View Post
    Is your concern the "user interface" (i.e., you'd prefer dedicated sets of up/down buttons instead of either of the above units)?

    Or, the size/shape/mounting of the "control panel"?

    I assume you have an Amy chair? Is the wiring of that connector described formally, somewhere? (I.e., it may be easy to simply modify a unit similar to the one in your first photo to be electrically compatible with your chair's wiring).

    Not yet its on order.
    "Some people say that, the longer you go the better it gets the more you get used to it, I'm actually finding the opposite is true."

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