EZ Lock Wheelchair Docking, Docking Restraint, & Auto Controls

EZ Lock Wheelchair Docking, Docking Restraint, & Auto Controls EZ Lock Wheelchair Docking, Docking Restraint, & Auto Controls

For those who rely on their wheelchair as seating in their vehicle; the EZ Lock system is the absolute best solution for travel safety and security. The EZ Lock Wheelchair Docking System easily secures a wheelchair to the vehicle floor; saving you both time and effort.

EZ Lock is perfectly suited for both wheelchair seated passengers and drivers. In fact, no other adaptive device provides for more freedom of mobility, or enhances the user’s overall level of independence, than the EZ Lock Wheelchair Docking System does. You can also have confidence that the EZ Lock is a tried and true system, with more than two decades of proven performance.

EZ Lock has a long history of rigorous and successful impact testing on their wheelchair locking devices, which makes them the premier choice wheelchair docking safety. EZ Lock wheelchair locking devices are tested in accordance with standards recommended in SAE J2249/ISO 10542. Along with the required testing, EZ Lock actually impact tests the specific wheelchairs that they provide docking systems for. The versatility of the EZ Lock wheelchair locking devices provide you with more choice than any other docking system. Its versatile, reliable, and safe alternative to fabric strap tie-downs has made this docking base the first of its kind in the mobility industry.


  • Over twenty years of proven performance
  • Accepts the optional remote cable release
  • eDurable powder coated finish
  • Hardened steel reinforcement
  • Detachable locking mechanism for maintenance and service
  • Accepts the optional remove cable release
  • Durable powder coated finish
•Includes the dependable ECU-3 electronics package

The BL-6290 Base Lock:
The heart of the EZ LOCK System. The casing is sturdy 3/16 inch powder coated steel. Locking Jaws are 1/4 inch steel coated with a permanently bonded lubricant. Entry into lock is mechanical and the release is attained by an electrical pull solenoid. There is an emergency mechanical release that is also incorporated as a safety measure (in case the vehicle loses battery power). The base lock is mounted to the vehicle floor and acts as a receiver for the interfacing pin that is mounted to the wheelchair.

BL-7317 Docking Base:
The new BL-7317 Docking Base is a product that has been based on over twenty years of research, testing, and hands on experience. The design is based on the BL-6290 Docking Base, which is time tested and has proven to perform extremely well. The BL-7317 had additional features such as a longer service life, as well as simplifying routine maintenance.

The Wheelchair Bracket:
The interface bracket is mounted to the wheelchair allowing it to lock into the BL-6290 docking base. The EZ Lock system can accommodate a wide array of wheelchair styles, including both manual and power wheelchairs. Although we provide an interface for most of the wheelchairs currently on todays market, it is advisable to first check with EZ LOCK, or your local adaptive equipment dealer, to ensure that we have a system appropriate for your particular wheelchair. When consulting your dealer about availability it is helpful to have the name of the manufacturer, your wheelchair model and model number, and to note any accessories that might interfere with the bracket installation (i.e. reclining or elevating seat, vent tray etc).

The ECU-3 Control Panel:

The Main User Interface for EZ LOCK System. Functions include release, alarm buzzer deactivation for unoccupied use, and an array of warning indicators. A green light signifies locking jaws are completely closed and system is safe to use. A yellow light means locking jaws are not completely closed, and that the user should exit and then re-enter base lock. Red light indicates system has been deactivated and is for unoccupied use only.

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