Bruno Elan (Model SRE 3000)
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The Bruno Elan, Model SRE 3000, is a straight rail indoor stairlift designed for individuals with mobility disabilities, balance disabilities, or lower extremity disabilities. It has a padded, offset swivel seat that is both foldable and height-adjustable; flip-up footrest and armrests; obstruction safety sensors; and a seatbelt. The Elan also features two wireless call/send buttons that allow the unit to be controlled remotely, an armrest rocker switch, and an anodize rail with a covered gear rack. The stairlift is continuously charged by a state-of-the-art battery charger that plugs into a 110-Volt household outlet, so the user will be able to operate the Elan stairlift even in a power outage. With its vertical rail design, this stairlift can be installed on either side of the stairway to within five inches of the wall.
Power: Two 12-Volt batteries.
Seat pad: Width = 17.5 inches. Depth = 15 inches.
Footrest: Length = 10.5 inches. Width = 11 inches.
Width between armrests: 20 inches.
Standard track lengths: 15 feet, 9 inches and 19 feet, 8 inches (the installer will cut the length to fit the stairway).
Weight: 185 pounds (with 15 feet, 9 inches of track).
Weight Capacity: 300 pounds.
Angle: 22 to 45 degrees.
Maximum top speed: 15 feet per minute.
Options: Manual folding rails.