Weight: 68 lbs
- Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM)
technology for superior performance
- Valve regulated, spill
proof construction allows safe operation in any position
- Power/volume ratio yielding
unrivaled energy density
- Rugged impact resistant ABS
case and cover (UL94-HB)
- Integrated ABS carrying
handles for ease of movement
- Approved for transport by
air. D.O.T., I.A.T.A., F.A.A. and C.A.B. certified
- U.L. recognized under file number MH
Only the batteries are
shipped with your order. Existing cables and connectors must be
Please note the information
listed is for a single battery. Certain models/systems require two or more
batteries. Please verify the amount of batteries you need.
Getting the most from your Mobility
Under normal everyday use, most
people need to charge their batteries every night. If the wheelchair is
used only occasionally, the batteries need to be charged every 2 weeks and
should be charged after every day use.
Battery failure is the most
frequent reason for electric wheelchairs to stop working or to start acting
erratically. Taking proper care of batteries is very important.
Wheelchair batteries are different from car batteries. A wheelchair
battery is charged once a day and supplies large amounts of electricity while it
is running. Although manufacturers provide their own durability numbers,
most electric wheelchair batteries last 1 good year - up to 2 years when
properly maintained. The life of a battery is very dependent on how
heavily it was used.
DO and DO NOT'S from our
Always use the charger supplied
with your wheelchair. Make sure it is set to the proper battery type and
proper incoming voltage (US/EU 110/220V).
If you need to store your
wheelchair for a long period of time, it is best to charge your batteries at
least twice per month.
New batteries require
conditioning. For the first 6 to 10 charge/discharge cycles, do not
heavily discharge the batteries.
Do not use automotive (car)
Do not excessively discharge the
Do not top off with frequent
charges, as this is hard on the batteries.
Whenever you plug in the
charger, always check that the battery is charging, as indicated by a meter or
light. The charger plug is subject to a lot of stress, so be sure that the
cord and plug are in good condition.
Batteries and the
Extensive exposure to cold/hot
temperatures will severely cut the capacity of your batteries and may even
damage them. Some battery types cannot be recharged outside nominal