VGK-X for lightweight adults
With its short build height and a weight of only 850 grams, the VGK-X is an ultra lightweight knee without compromising functionality.
The VGK-X provides secure stance as a default-stance knee, with easy initiation into swing. In case of a misstep, the VGK-X has stumble recovery, which gives you time to regain balance.
The VGK-X also features sophisticated stance and swing phase control, which supports variable walking speeds, leg-over-leg stair descent, and use on uneven terrain. Whether you are carrying a heavy backpack or speeding up to catch the bus, the VGK-X can adapt in real-time.
The VGK-X is a Fluidic Processor Knee (FPK), which means high performance without the need for charging. This knee has been designed for adults up to 80 kg.
Weight of only 850 grams
The VGK-X is default stance with easy release into swing phase
Stairs & slopes
Controlled leg-over-leg stairs and slope descent
High performance, no battery charging
Knee supports bodyweight when a stumble is detected
Occasional wetting and immersion up to 5m deep
Adapts within a single step to changes in walking speed
Cycling mode (optional)
Selectable cycling function with a safety catch
- Fluidic Processor Knee (FPK) technology
- Default stance knee
- Stumble recovery
- Variable cadence
- Controlled stair and slope descent
- Temperature & load compensation
- No charging required
- Up to three selectable stance modes:
- Everyday walking mode
- Ultra-high stance resistance mode
- Cycling mode (optional)
- Selectable swing-phase lock
- Socket delimited socket
- Built-in rotational adaptors at the proximal and distal ends
|Application||Knee disarticulation, transfemoral amputation, hip disarticulation, bilateral amputation|
Suitable for use with osseointegration (requires manufacturer’s prior consent)
|Max. bodyweight||80 kg|
|Build height||21 cm|
|Product weight||850 grams|
|Proximal connection||Pyramid, M36 thread|
|Max. knee angle||Socket delimited|
|IP rating||Not applicable (not an electrical device)|
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