Docking Systems

The BL-7317 Docking Base

The enhanced BL-7317 Docking Base is a product of our more than twenty years of research and hands-on experience.

The basic design is based on the time and street proven performance of the BL-6290 Docking Base with the addition of advanced features that promote a longer service life as well as simplifying routine maintenance.

  • Hardened Steel Reinforcement
  • Detachable Locking Mechanism for Maintenance & Service
  • Accepts the Optional Remote Cable Release
  • Durable Powder Coated Finish
  • Includes the Dependable ECU-3 Electronics Package

The BL-7317 Docking Base sets the standard for the next generation of wheelchair securement devices.

The BL-6290 Docking Base

The introduction of the original EZ Lock BL-6290 Docking System more than 20 years ago, changed the way people think about wheelchair mobility and transportation. The BL-6290 docking system has proven to be a versatile, reliable, and safe alternative to fabric strap tie-downs.
  • Over Twenty Years of Proven Performance
  • Accepts the Optional Remote Cable Release
  • Durable Powder Coated Finish
  • Includes the Dependable ECU-3 Electronics Package

The EZ Lock Wheelchair Docking System has helped many thousands of wheelchair users worldwide to overcome the obstacles associated with driving from, or riding as a seated passenger in a wheelchair.

Electronics You Can Count On...

Our electronics have a reputation for dependability. The touchpad control has an array of clearly visible indicators to monitor the docking status of the wheelchair, an audible alarm, and large back-lit buttons for release and system deactivation.

The green light indicates the wheelchair is fully engaged in the docking base. The yellow light indicates the wheelchair is NOT fully engaged with the docking base. The user must exit the docking base and re-attempt until fully engaged.

The EZ Lock Wheelchair Docking System has helped many thousands of wheelchair users worldwide to overcome the obstacles associated with driving from, or riding as a seated passenger in a wheelchair.