Easy Travel Lexis Light Service manual

Service Manual
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Table of contents:
1. System components and details
4
2. Annual maintenance service
5
3. Spare parts replacement
6
4. Programming
46
5. Fault finding
48
6. Electrical wiring
49
7. Charger
50
8. Spare parts
51
9. List of Tool Types
54
NOTE: Design details may change without notice
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1.
SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND DETAILS
1.1
EasyTravel parts – (Figure 1)
1. Battery pack (detachable)
2. Front column (detachable)
3. Column lock/release triggers
4. Controller cover
5. Charging socket (Fig. 1A)
6. Front drive wheels
7. Foot platform
8. Seat shell
9. Seat cushions
10. Serial # up to and including: folding seat latch
11. Rear wheel
12. Folded frame lock pin
13. Platform bottom lock pin
14. Utility basket (holding capacity
9kg)
15. Charger and connecting cables
(Fig. 1B).
16. Control Panel
17. Freewheel switch
1.2
Control Panel – Figure 2
1. Switch
2. Hand control lever (right and left)
3. Speed adjusting knob
4. Indicator light (LED)
5. From serial # 0307077and onwards or starting with 11B: Battery
Level Indicator
6. Hand-grips
BELL: If the user requires an audible warning device, a standard bicycle bell can be
attached to the handlebar.
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SERVICE
For reasons of safety and the prevention of accidents caused by wear which is not detected in time, the
EasyTravel should be tested and serviced once a year. All safety-related components of the EasyTravel
should be checked and serviced, safety and functional tests should be performed. It is important to detect
initial wear in time and to use exclusively original spares, or such parts that were authorized by the manufacturer.
Test the following maintenance items:
‰
The components of the EasyTravel
frame for overload and initial cracks.
‰
Wear of tires on wheels.
‰
All screws and attachments for safe
securing,
cable
connections
for
wear, and the mechanisms of the
EasyTravel for correct functioning.
‰
The proper functioning of the electronic system and brakes.
‰
For serial # up to and including
0304599: the collector brushes of
Figure 3
the electric motor (3-A) for wear.
Wear limit is approx. 7 mm.
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3.
SPARE PARTS REPLACEMENT
3.1
Control Panel Assembly
Kit number E0-00-1-040 (for serial # up to
and including 0307076)
Kit Number E0-00-1-202 (for serial #
0307077 and onwards)
Kit Number E0-00-1-701 (for serial # with
13 digits, starting with 11B (Taiwan))
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
For serial # and onwards, see next page.
1. Push Handgrips (4-A) outwards
2. Open Screws (4-B) and remove Control
Panel Cover (4-C)
3. Disconnect the Control Cable (4-D)
4. Open Screws (4-E) and remove Control
Panel (4-F)
5. Open Screws (4-N) and remove Panel
Bottom Cover (4-P)
6. Place new Bottom Cover (4-P) and
secure it with Screws (4-N)
7. Secure new Control Panel (4-F) with
Screws (4-E)
8. Connect the Control Cable (4-D) to Control Panel (4-F)
9. Secure Control Panel Cover (4-C) with
Screws (4-B)
10. Push Handgrips (4-A) back over the
Cover
11. Check all Control Panel functions: indication, drive, brake and speed control
Figure 4
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Kit Number E0-00-1-202
Kit Number E0-00-1-701
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
1. Open Screws (5-A) and remove top and
bottom Control Panel Cover (5-B, C)
2. Disconnect the Control Cable (5-D)
3. Open Screws (5-E) and remove Control
Panel (5-F)
4. Secure new Control Panel (5-F) with
Screws (5-E)
5. Connect the Control Cable (5-D) to Control Panel (5-F)
6. Secure top and bottom Control Panel
Cover (5-B, C) with Screws (5-A)
7. Check all Control Panel functions: indication, drive, brake and speed control
Figure 5
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3.2
Handgrip pair
Kit number E0-00-1-070
Tools:
Silicone spray
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
1. Remove Control Panel Assembly, see
instructions 3.1
2. For serial # up to and including
0307076:
open
Screws
(6-A)
and
remove Control Panel Bottom Cover (6B)
Figure 6
3. Remove the Handgrips, (7-A)
4. Spray Handlebars (7-B) of the Column
Frame and inside of the new Handgrips
lightly with Silicone Spray and push
them onto the Column Frame
5. Reassemble
Control
Panel
Bottom
Cover and Control Panel Assembly
6. Push the Handgrips back over both
Covers
Figure 7
NOTE: Check that Handgrips do not slide off
of Covers easily – this can cause a safety
hazard if control lever gets caught under
Handgrip edge. Remove excess silicon if
needed.
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3.3
Controller Cover ET1B
Kit Number E0-00-1-034
Kit Number E0-00-1-705 (for serial # starting with 11B)
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
1. Remove Screws (8-A) at the top and
bottom of the Controller Cover (8-B) and
remove Cover
2. Disconnect Connector (8-C) from Interface Circuit Board (8-D)
3. Check that the solder tabs of the Freewheel Switch on new Cover are bent
apart
4. Insert Connector of new Cover (8-C) to
Interface Circuit Board
5. Secure the Cover on the Column
NOTE: Ensure that the Power Cable is
routed under the Controller (see Figure
10) and that it will not be pinched when
closing and securing the Cover
Figure 8
6. Check drive, brake and freewheel operation
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3.4
Solo Controller ET1B
Kit Number E0-00-1-032
Kit Number E0-00-1-704 (for serial # starting with 11B)
Tools:
Short Phillips #2 Screwdriver
Pliers
1. Remove Controller Cover, see instruction 3.3
2. Detach wiring from Controller (9-A)
3. Remove Controller (9-A) by unscrewing
Screws (9-B)
4. Secure new Controller to Column Frame
5. Attach Wires to Controller (Fig. 9a): from
Figure 9
Battery Contacts Assembly, the red wire
(A) to “B+” tab (B), the black (C) to “B-“
tab (D); from Interface Circuit Board insert 11-pin connector into top socket P2
(E); the two white wires (F) to the white
capped cables (G) from Power Cable;
from Power Cable the #1 wire to “M+”
tab (H), the #2 to “M-“ tab (J)
6. Secure Controller Cover to Column
Frame
7. Check drive, brake and freewheel operation
Figure 9a
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Kit Number E0-00-1-704 (for serial # starting with 11B)
Tools:
Short Phillips #2 Screwdriver
Pliers
1. Remove Controller Cover, see 3.3
2. Open Screws (10-A), remove Controller
Top and plastic protection sheet
3. Detach wiring from Controller
4. Open Screws (10-B) on reverse side of
Steering Column and remove Controller
5. Secure new Controller to Column Frame
6. Attach Wires to Controller (Fig. 10a):
Figure 10
a. Control Cable (C);
b. from Contacts and Charging Socket
Assembly:
i. the brown wire to connector (B),
ii. the white wire to connector (F),
iii. the red wire to “B+” tab, the black
to “B-“ tab (D);
iv. the two red capped wires (coming
from connector (F)) to the white
and yellow/green cables (G) from
Power Cable;
c. from Power Cable the #1/red wire to
“M+” tab, #2/black wire to “M-“ tab (E)
7. Place plastic protection sheet and secure Controller Top Cover with Screws
Figure 10a
(10-A)
8. Secure Controller Cover, see 3.3
9. Check drive, brake and freewheel operation
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3.5
Battery Contacts
Kit number E0-00-1-059
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
1. Remove
Controller
Cover,
see
instruction 3.3
2. Disconnect wiring to Controller (11-A)
and Interface Circuit Board (11-B)
3. Unscrew Screws (11-C) and remove
Battery Contacts Assembly (11-D)
4. Secure new Battery Contacts Assembly
(11-D) with Screws (11-C)
5. Connect Wiring (11-A) to Controller (red
to “B+” tab, black to “B-“ tab), Connector
(11-B) onto Interface Circuit Board
6. Reassemble
Controller
Cover,
see
instruction 3.3
7. Check
drive,
brake
and
freewheel
operation
Figure 11
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3.6
Interface Circuit Board ET1B
Kit number E0-00-1-058
Tools:
Phillips #1 Screwdriver
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
1. Remove Controller Cover, see instruction 3.3
2. Disconnect Control Cable (12-A), Freewheel Cable (12-B), wiring to Controller
(12-C), Contact Pins Assembly (12-D)
and to Power Cable (12-E)
3. Unscrew 3 Screws (12-F) and remove
Interface Circuit Board (12-G)
4. Secure new Interface Circuit Board (12G) with Screws (12-F)
Figure 12
5. Connect Control Cable (Fig. 12-A),
Freewheel Cable (12-B), wiring to Controller (12-C), Contact Pins Assembly
(12-D) and Power Cable (12-E)
6. Reassemble Controller Cover
7. Check drive, brake and freewheel operation
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3.7
Contacts and Charging Socket Assembly
Kit number E0-00-1-703 (for serial # starting with 11B)
Tools:
Phillips #1 Screwdriver
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
1. Remove Controller Cover, see instruction 3.3
2. Open Controller, see instruction 3.4
3. Disconnect wiring to Controller and to
Power Cable, see instruction 3.4
4. Unscrew 3 Screws (12a-A) and two
Screws (12a-B)
5. Remove Contacts and Charging Socket
Figure 12a
Assembly (12a-C) and replace
6. Secure new Assembly (12a-C) with
Screws (12a-A, B)
7. Connect wiring to Controller and Power
Cable and close Controller, see instruction 3.4
8. Reassemble Controller Cover, see instruction 3.3
9. Check drive, brake and freewheel operation
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3.8
Control Cable
Kit number E0-00-1-054
Kit Number E0-00-1-702 (for serial # starting with 11B)
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
1. Open Control Panel Cover, see instruction 3.1
2. Open Controller Cover, see instruction
3.3
3. Disconnect Control Cable from Control
Panel (5-C) and Interface Circuit Board
(12-A)/Controller (10a-C)
4. Remove Control Cable
5. Insert new Control Cable (if needed, remove the Paint Protector and replace it
with a new one after the Control Cable is
inserted, see instruction 3.32)
6. Connect Control Cable to Control Panel
and Interface Circuit Board/Controller
7. Reassemble Controller Cover and Control Panel Cover, see instructions 3.1
and 3.4
8. Check all Control Panel and Controller
functions: drive, brake, speed and indication
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3.9
Motor End Cover ET1B
Kit Number E0-00-1-083 (for motor types
E0-00-1-036 and E0-00-1-092)
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
1. Unscrew Screw (13-A) and remove
Cover (13-B)
2. Note the motor wire routing and maintain it in position
NOTE: If force is needed to fit Cover,
check the wire routing and ensure that it
will not be pinched
3. Secure new Cover (13-B) with Screw
Figure 13
(13-A)
Kit Number E0-00-1-096 (for motor type
E0-00-1-094)
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
1. Unscrew Screws (14-A) and remove
Cover (14-B)
2. Note the motor wire routing and maintain it in position
NOTE: If force is needed to fit Cover,
check the wire routing and ensure that it
will not be pinched
3. Secure new Cover (14-B) with Screws
(14-A)
Figure 14
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3.10 Motor Brushes
Kit Number E0-00-1-037 (for serial # up to
and including 0304599)
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
Flat Blade Screwdriver
(For EasyTravel with serial number up to
and including 0212052:
Hot Air Gun (if available)
Soldering Iron and Solder)
Please refer to Figure 13
1. Remove the Motor End Cover, see instruction 3.8
2. Remove the plastic Brush Cap (C) and
pull the Brush gently from its housing
3. Remove Power Cable wire
For
serial # up to and including
0212052:
Remove heat-shrink insulation and unsolder the Brush (Fig. 15) being replaced
4. Insert the new Brush carefully into its
Figure 15
housing and secure with Brush Cap (C)
NOTE: Ensure that the Brush is fully inserted freely and smoothly and that the
spring is not caught in the housing
5. Connect Power Cable wire to contact
tab
For
serial # up to and including
0212052:
a. Place new heat-shrink insulation
sleeves over wires and re-solder wiring
to contact tab
NOTE: Ensure good tinning and secure
connection
b. Secure insulation sleeves in place
with hot air gun or soldering iron
6. Note the motor wire routing and maintain it in position.
7. Secure Motor Cover, see instruction 3.8
8. Check drive and brake operation
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3.11 Power Cable to Motor ET1B
Kit Number E0-00-1-056 (for serial # up
and including 0212052)
Kit Number E0-00-1-093 (for serial
0212053 up to 0304599)
Kit Number E0-00-1-095 (for serial
0304600 and onwards)
Kit Number E0-00-1-706 (for serial
starting with 11B)
to
#
#
#
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
Pliers
Cutter
Cable Tie Tensioning Tool
(For serial # up to and including 0212052:
Soldering Iron
Solder
Hot Air Gun)
The wheels MAY be removed to facilitate
easier access for the replacement of parts,
see instruction 3.11
Fig. 16a refers to serial # up to and including
Figure 16a
0212052, fig. 16b refers to serial # 0212053
up to 0304599, fig. 16c refers to serial #
0304600 and onwards.
1. Remove the Motor Cover, see instruction 3.8 (for serial # starting with 11B:
remove heat shrink)
2. Remove Cable Ties (16-A) from Motor
and Securing Clip (16-B) on the underside of the Adapter Block
3. Remove Wires from Terminals (16-C)
and Brakes (16-D)
For
serial # up to and including
0212052:
Remove heat-shrink insulation and unsolder the Wires from the Terminals (16C) and Brakes (16-D) on the Motor
4. Remove Controller Cover, see instruction 3.3
5. Detach the Wires from the Controller
(17-A) and Interface Circuit Board (17-B)
6. Carefully pull the Power Cable out of the
Figure 16b
Column Frame
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7. Thread the new Power Cable from the
Controller-end into the hole in the Column Frame out of tube and under the
Adapter Block, as depicted in Fig. 16
8. Connect the #1/red insulated Wire end
to positive/red colored Terminal, the
#2/black insulated Wire end to negative/black Terminal, the #3 and green
Wire to white Wires from electromagnetic Brake
(For serial # up to and including
0212052:
a. Place new heat-shrink insulation
sleeves over wires and solder the #1
long Wire end to positive/red colored
Terminal, the #2 short Wire end to nega-
Figure 16c
tive/black colored Terminal, the #3 and
green wire to white Wires from the electromagnetic Brake
b. Secure insulation sleeves in place
with hot air gun or soldering iron)
9. Secure the Cable to the Motor with Cable Ties (16-A) and trim ends (for serial
# starting with 11B: Place new heat
shrink over Motor
10. Secure the cable to the underside of the
Adapter Block with Clip (16-B)
11. Secure the Motor Cover over the end of
the Motor
NOTE: If force is needed to fit Motor
Cover, check the wire routing and ensure that it will not be pinched
12. Attach from the Power Cable the black
insulated #1 Wire End to “M+” tab, the
red insulated #2 to “M-“ tab on Controller
Figure 17
and the two white insulated Wire Ends
to the Wires from Interface Circuit Board
13. Secure Controller Cover to the Frame,
ensure that no wires will be pinched or
damaged by the Cover or the Screws
14. Check drive, brake and freewheel function
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3.12 Front Wheel Assembly
Kit Number E0-00-1-069
Tools:
Allen Key 6 mm
Loctite Adhesive #242 (1312)
Soft Mallet
1. Remove old Cap (18-A), Screw (18-B),
Disk (18-C) and Wheel (18-D)
2. Thoroughly clean the threaded hole in
the end of the Axle (18-E) of adhesive
residue
3. Slide the Wheel (18-D) onto Axle (18-E)
aligning the groove in the Adapter with
the Roll Pin on the Axle
4. Place Disk (18-C) on Screw (18-B) and
apply Loctite #242 (1312) adhesive to
the screw thread
Figure 18
5. Secure the assembly with Screw (18-C).
6. Fit new Cap (18-A) on the Wheel (18-D)
by gently tapping it with a mallet
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3.13 Gear Motor
Kit Number E0-00-1-035 (ET1)
Kit Number E0-00-1-094 (ET1B)
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
Allen Key 5 mm
Cable Tie Tensioning Tool
Loctite Adhesive #242 (1312)
(For serial # up to and including 0212052:
Soldering Iron
Solder)
1. Remove Front Wheels, see instruction
3.11
2. Remove the Motor End Cover, see instruction 3.8 (for serial # starting with
11B it is not needed to remove Motor
End Cover)
3. Detach Power Cable from Gear Motor,
see instruction 3.10
4. Remove the Screws (19-A) securing the
Gear Motor to the Adapter Block
5. Apply Loctite to the Screws (19-A) and
secure with them the new Gear Motor to
the Adapter Block
6. Attach Power Cable to Gear Motor, see
instruction 3.10
7. Secure Motor End Cover, see instruction
3.8
8. Secure Front Wheels, see instruction
3.11
Figure 19
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3.14 Adapter Block Assembly
Kit Number E0-00-1-038
Kit Number E0-00-1-707 (for serial #
starting with 11B)
Tools:
Allen key 5 mm
Allen Key 8 mm
Wrench, open end 19 mm
Torque Wrench
Loctite Adhesive #242 (1312)
Light Grease/Lubricant
The wheels MAY be removed to facilitate
easier access, see instruction 3.11
1. Open Screw (20-A) and remove Clip
(20-B)
2. Unscrew the four Screws (20-D) securing Gear Motor (20-E) to the Adapter
Block (20-F) and put Gear Motor aside
3. Remove “Nylock” Lock Nut (21-A) and
Screw (21-B)
Figure 20
4. Slide Adapter Block (21-C) from Column
Frame (21-D)
NOTE: Ensure that the Column Release
Pin (21-E) is withdrawn before removing
and replacing the Adapter Block
5. Apply some Lubricant on the inside of
the connecting plates of the Column
Frame (21-D) and slide new Adapter
Block (21-C) in the Column Frame
6. Insert Screw (21-B) and secure it with
“Nylock” Lock Nut (21-A)
7. Apply Loctite to Screws (20-D) and secure Gear Motor (20-E) to Adapter Block
(20-F)
8. Secure Power Cable (20-C) with Clip
(20-B) and Screw (20-A) to Adapter
Block
Figure 21
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9. Remove Screw (22-A) holding Pin (22B)
10. Remove the Pin from the new Quick Release Mechanism, apply some Loctite in
the thread and position it under the
Conical Cap (22-C)
11. Secure the Pin (22-B) to the Cap with
Screw (22-A) using a torque wrench,
torque to 40 N-m.
Figure 22
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3.15 Upgrade from ET1 to ET1B
Kit Number E0-00-1-097
Tools:
Phillips #1 Screwdriver
Short Phillips #2 Screwdriver
Allen Key 5 mm
Allen Key 6 mm
1. Remove Screws (23-A) at the top and
bottom of the Controller Cover (23-B)
and remove Cover
2. Disconnect cables connected to Controller (23-C) and Power Cable (23-D)
3. Disconnect Control Cable (24-A), wiring
to Controller (Fig. 24-B) and Contact
Pins Assembly (24-C)
Figure 23
4. Remove Front Wheel Assembly, see
instruction 3.11
5. Remove Securing Clip (page 21, 20-B)
on the underside of the Adapter Block
6. Carefully pull the Power Cable out of the
Column Frame
7. Insert new Power Cable from the motor
end into Frame, using the attached ironwire tool
8. Attach Power Cable to Controller, see
instruction 3.10
Figure 24
9. Place new Controller Cover, see instruction 3.3
10. Secure new Gear Motor, see instruction
3.12
11. Check drive, brake and freewheel function
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3.16 Top Bearing for Steering Axis
Kit number E0-00-1-067
Tools:
Drive Punch
Press/Vise/Mallet
1. Remove Adapter Block, see instruction 3.13
and place it so that the bearing is free to
come out of the Pin Housing (26-B)
2. Remove the Bearing by tapping it with a
Drive Punch alternatively through each one
of the holes in the Top Pin Housing (Fig. 25A)
3. Place the new Bearing (26-A) in the Top Pin
Housing (26-B) and press/tap it into the Pin
Housing
! NOTE: Make sure the bottom of the
Bearing reaches its seating in the Pin
Housing
4. Reassemble
the
Adapter
Block,
see
instruction 3.13
Figure 25
Figure 26
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3.17 Column Release Cable Kit
Kit Number E0-00-1-080
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
Wrench, open end 8 mm
Allen key 3 mm
Wire Cutter
Pliers
Crimp Tool
Loctite Adhesive # 496 (3854)
Light grease/lubricant
1. Remove Control Panel Cover, see instruction 3.1
2. Remove Cable End Cone, Vinyl Caps
and Screws (2x) and open Cable Locks
3. Slide Release Bushing out of Column
Frame and remove Cable with Lock Pin
and Spring
4. Thread Column Lock Pin (27-A) and
Spring (27-B) onto the Column Lock Pin
Cable (27-C)
5. Thread the Cable through the large hole
in Connecting Plate (27-D), Column
Lock Pin Housing (27-E) and the small
hole in Connecting Plate (27-F)
6. Apply some lubricant to Lock Pin (27-A)
7. Thread the Cable Guide (27-G) onto the
Cable and thread the cable into the Cable Guide Adjustable Stop (27-H) and
through the Tube of Column Frame (27J)
8. Thread the Release Bushing (27-K) with
Figure 27
the threaded hole down onto the Cable
making sure that the Cable passes
through the two Cable Locks (27-L).
Bring the Release Bushing (27-K) to its
approximate position and lightly secure
it with the Cable Locks (27-L)
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9. Apply Loctite to Screw (27-N) and secure Column Latch Bushing (27-M) with
it onto Release Bushing (27-K)
10. Take up the slack in the Cable (27-C) so
that the end of the Column Lock Pin (27A) is flush with the outside of Connecting Plate (27-D)
11. Release the two Cable Locks (27-L) and
bring the Release Bushing (27-K) to its
final position, Latch Bushing (27-M)
reaching the bottom of slot in Column
Frame Tube (27-J). Tighten the two Cable Locks (27-L)
12. Place the two Set Screws (27-P) in the
upper threaded holes of the Release
Bushing (27-K) and slide the two Vinyl
Caps (27-Q) onto them.
NOTE: do not over-tighten the Screws
(27-P) against the Cable.
13. Trim Cable to approximately 25 mm. (1")
beyond the end of the Column Frame
Tube. Crimp the Cable End Cone (27-R)
onto the end of the Cable.
14. Test the function of the Column Lock Pin
Assembly and adjust as necessary.
15. Fold Frame with Column attached to it,
ensure the short pin (27-N) slides over
the frame latch without forcing it and
holds the frame in a latched position.
16. Release the latch, ensure the short pin
(27-N) releases over the frame latch
crown without jamming (low effort)
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3.18 Black Vinyl Cap
Kit Number E0-00-1-078
Tools:
Screwdriver and/or
Pliers
Refer to Figure 27
1. Pry Cap (27-Q) off with Screwdriver or
pair of Pliers; be careful not to chip the
paint
2. Place new Cap, make sure it covers the
whole Set Screw (27-P)
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3.19 Protector Roller Kit
Kit Number E0-00-1-081
Tools:
Allen Key 5 mm
Loctite Adhesive # 242 (1312)
1. Open Cap Nut (28-A), remove Threaded
Rod (28-B) and Roller (28-C)
2. Place the new Roller (28-C) between
the two Plates (28-D) and align with
holes
3. Insert Threaded Rod (28-B) though the
holes and Roller and right hand Plate
4. Apply a drop of Loctite to the Cap Nut
(28-A) and screw it onto the Rod (28-B);
avoid excess spill of Loctite which may
lock the Roller
5. Ensure that the assembly is not overtightened and that the Roller can rotate
freely
Figure 28
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3.20 Column Frame
Kit Number E0-00-1-001 (Red ET1)
Kit Number E0-00-1-003 (Red ET1B)
Kit Number E0-00-1-002 (Blue ET1)
Kit Number E0-00-1-004 (Blue ET1B)
Kit Number E0-00-1-005 (Silver ET1B)
Tools:
Phillips #1 Screwdriver
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
Soldering Iron
Allen Key 2 mm
Allen Key 5 mm
Allen Key 6 mm
Pliers
Cutter
Cable Tie Tensioning Tool
The new Column Frame is issued with a
Control Cable, Power Cable and Column
Release Cable.
1. Remove from the old Column Frame:
a. Control Panel Assembly, see instruction 3.1
b. Controller Cover and Controller, see
instructions 3.3 and 3.4
c.
Battery Contacts, see instruction 3.5
d. Interface Circuit Board, see instruction 3.6
e. Adapter Block, see instruction 3.13;
there is no need to disassemble
Gear Motor from Adapter Block, just
unsolder Power Cable from Motor
End, see instruction 3.10
2. Assemble the removed articles to the
Figure 29
new Column Frame
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3.21 Battery Case / Battery Replacement
Kit Number E0-00-1-020 (Normal size)
Kit Number E0-00-1-021 (Jumbo size)
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
Pliers
1. Remove Screws (30-A) from Battery
Case and remove Cover (30-B)
2. Remove Batteries (30-C) from Case and
detach Wires (30-D/E)
3. Place Batteries in new Case (-H) and
attach red Wire (30-D) to positive/red
marked Tab (30-F) and black Wire (30E) to negative/black marked Tab (30-G)
NOTE: It is recommended to attach first
the appropriate Wires to the Battery
closest to the base of the Case and then
insert it fully into the case; repeat in
same order for Battery closest to
Handlebar
4. Ensure that no Wires are caught under
the Batteries
5. Secure Battery Cover (30-B) to Case
with Screws (30-A)
3.22 Battery Cover
Kit Number E0-00-1-022 (Normal size)
Figure 30
Kit Number E0-00-1-025 (Jumbo size)
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
1. Remove Screws (30-A) and Battery
Cover (30-B)
2. Secure new Cover (30-B) to Case (30H) with Screws (30-A)
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3.23 Platform Lock Pin Kit
Kit Number E0-00-1-079 (serial # up to and
including 0304999)
Kit Number E0-00-1-206 (serial # 0305001
and onwards)
Tools:
Pliers
Wrench, open end 8 mm
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
Allen Key 2 mm
Allen Key 4 mm (2x)
Cutter
Crimp tool
Loctite Adhesive #242 (1312)
Small Rod (diameter 15 mm)
Figure 32 refers to Seat model E0-00-1-060,
Figure 33 refers to Seat model E0-00-1-201.
1. Close the Seat in the folded down position (for the model with a lock, which is
situated on the upper left hand side of
the Seat: lock it)
2. Cut the Cone End (32-M, 33-D) from the
Cable (31-C) and remove Cable
Figure 31
3. Thread the Bottom Lock Pin (31-A) and
Spring (31-B) onto the Bottom Lock Pin
Cable (31-C)
4. Thread the Cable through the Bottom
Lock Pin Housing (31-D)
5. Thread the Cable Backstop (31-E) onto
the Cable and screw it into the Housing
so that approximately 3 mm. of thread is
still visible and tighten it
6. Thread the Bottom Lock Cable Guide
(31-F) onto the Cable and thread the
Cable Guide through the Cable Sleeves
(31-G)
7. For Seat model E0-00-1-060:
a. Thread the Cable Guide through the
Figure 32
Cable Guide Bracket (32-H)
b. Thread the first Cable Lock (32-J)
onto the Cable and thread the Cable
through the Cable Bush (32-K)
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c. Take up the slack in the Cable and
tighten the first Lock against the
Bracket (32-H)
d. Push the Spring (31-B) and Lock Pin
(31-A) into the Housing (31-D) so that
the end of the Pin is flush with the end
of the Housing
e. Thread the second Cable Lock (32-L)
onto the Cable, take up the slack and
tighten the Lock against the Bushing
(32-L)
f. Trim the Cable to approximately 20
mm. and crimp the Cable End Cone
(32-M) onto the end of the Cable
8. For Seat model E0-00-1-201:
a. Insert Cable through Cable Stops (33-
Figure 33
A) in Cable Holder (33-B), ensure that
the Cable does not slack and close
Cable Stops
NOTE: Seat Backrest needs to be in an
upright position
NOTE: Keep Cable Holder in place with
a small rod (diameter 15 mm)
b. Secure End (33-C) with Cable End
Stopper (33-D); ensure that the bend
is outwards
c. Place Cable Holder with Stud in
Groove (33-E)
d. Place Pivot Cap (33-F) over Cable
Holder
e. Apply some Loctite in Nut (33-G) and
screw on Pivot Screw (33-H)
f. Apply some Loctite in Nut (33-J)
g. Assemble Pivot Cap (33-F) with Pivot
Screw (33-H) and secure with Nut
(33-J)
9. Test the efficiency of the assembly by
unfolding the Frame Assembly, adjust
as necessary
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3.24 Seat Assembly
Kit Number E0-00-1-060 (serial # up to and
including 0304999)
Kit Number E0-00-1-201 (serial # 0305001
and onwards)
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
Pliers
Cutter
Crimp Tool
Loctite Adhesive # 242 (1312)
1. Disconnect the Lock Pin Cable from the
seat, see instruction 3.22
2. Remove the two Screws (34-A) holding
the Seat (34-D) to the "U" shaped Seat
Attachment Bracket (34-B), the Sleeves
(34-C) and Seat (34-D)
3. Insert the two frame seat support
Figure 34a
"horns" (34-E) through the seat holes
(34-F)
4. Attach the replacement Seat (34-D) to
the Bracket (34-B). Place the Sleeves
(34-C) between the holes in the Bracket
(34-B) and tighten the two Screws (34A) until any lash is removed. Over tightening may cause friction on the frame
tube resulting in higher folding effort.
5. Attach the Lock Pin Cable and adjust its
locking function, see instruction 3.22
Figure 34b
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3.25 Seat Back Pad
Kit Number E0-00-1-061 (up to and including serial # 0304999)
Kit Number E0-00-1-204 (serial # 0305001
and onwards)
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
1. Remove the Screw Covers (35-A)
2. Remove the Screws (35-B) and Back
Pad (35-C)
3. Align the tubes (35-D) of the Back Pad
with the holes in the Seat Back (35-E)
4. Secure Back Pad with Screws (35-B)
5. Place Screw Covers (35-A)
Figure 35
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3.26 Seat Bottom Pad
Kit Number E0-00-1-062 (up to and including serial # 0304999)
Kit Number E0-00-1-203 (serial # 0305001
and onwards)
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
Loctite Adhesive # 242 (1312)
For removal and attachment of Seat, refer to
Figure 38, but without removing the Lock
Pin Cable.
1. Remove the two Screws (34-A) holding
the Seat (34-D) to the "U" shaped Seat
Attachment Bracket (34-B) and the
Sleeves (34-C)
2. Remove the Screws (36-A) and Bottom
Pad (36-B)
3. Align the tubes (36-C) of the Bottom
Pad with the holes in the Seat Bottom
(36-D)
4. Secure Bottom Pad (36-B) with Screws
(36-B)
5. Attach the Bracket (34-B) to Seat (34C). Place the Sleeves (34-C) between
the holes in the Bracket (34-B)
6. Apply Loctite to the two Screws (34-A)
and tighten them until any lash is removed. Over tightening may cause friction on the frame tube resulting in higher
folding effort.
Figure 36
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3.27 Seat Backrest Lock kit
Kit Number E0-00-1-063 (up to and including serial # 0304999)
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
1. Remove Screw (37-D), Washer (37-C),
Knob (37-B) and Stopping Snib (37-A)
2. Insert new Stopping Snib (37-A) in Seat
Bottom
3. Attach Knob (37-B) to Stopping Snib
and secure it with Washer (37-C) and
Screw (37-D)
4. Check that a some effort is needed to
open and close Lock
5. Check opening and closing functions of
Lock and Seat
Figure 37
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3.28 Seat Attachment Bracket
Kit Number E0-00-1-064 (up to and including serial # 0304999)
Kit Number E0-00-1-204 (serial # 0305001
and onwards)
Tools:
Phillips #2 Screwdriver
Loctite Adhesive # 242 (1312)
Refer to Figure 37
1. Remove the two Screws (34-A) holding
the Seat (34-D) to the "U" shaped Seat
Attachment Bracket (34-B) and the
Sleeves (34-C)
2. Remove the Bracket (34-B)
3. Attach the new Bracket (34-B) to Seat
(34-C). Place the Sleeves (34-C) between the holes in the Bracket (34-B)
4. Apply Loctite to the two Screws (34-A)
and tighten them until any lash is removed. Over tightening may cause friction on the frame tube resulting in higher
folding effort.
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3.29 Footrest Platform
Kit Number E0-00-1-077
Tools:
Cleaning detergent
Clamps
1. Remove old Platform (38-A) and any
remainders of Adhesive Tape
2. Clean Frame surface (38-B) with a detergent and wipe dry with a clean cloth
3. Remove protective film from Tape sections (38-C)
4. Secure Platform (38-A) to Frame (38-B)
with two clamps
5. Leave for 15 minutes before removing
the clamps
Figure 38
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3.30 Folding Lock Pin Kit
Kit Number E0-00-1-065
Tools:
Circlip pliers
1. Remove the old Pull Ring (39-F), Circlip
(39-E) and Washer (39-D). Extract the
old Spring (39-A) and old Pin (39-C)
from the Pin Housing (39-B)
2. Insert new Spring (39-A) and Pin (39-C)
into Pin Housing (39-B)
3. Apply pressure to the end of the Pin so
that it projects through the Pin Housing,
place Washer (39-D) and fit Circlip (39E) into its groove at the end of the Pin
4. Insert the Pull Ring (39-F) into the hole
in the end of the Pin
Figure 39
5. Test the assembly to ensure that the Pin
returns to its original position after pulling on the Pull Ring
3.31 Ring for folding lock
Kit Number E0-00-1-066
Refer to Figure 39.
1. Remove old Pull Ring from the Pin
2. Insert the Pull Ring (39-F) into the hole
in the end of the Pin
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3.32 Rear Wheel Assembly
Kit Number E0-00-1-068
Tools:
Circlip Pliers
Screwdriver
Soft Mallet
Extractor with scratch protection
1. Remove old End Cap (40-C) using a
screwdriver. Remove old Circlip (40-B)
and Wheel. If needed use an extractor
to remove the bearing from the Axle
(41)
2. Place new Wheel (40-A) on Axle of
Rear Frame (40-D)
3. Fit new Circlip (40-B) into its groove at
the end of the Axle
4. Fit new End Cap (40-C) to the end of
the Axle using a mallet
NOTE: Protect the End Cap with rubber
or a cloth; direct sharp blows will deform
the Cap
5. Ensure that the Wheel rotates freely on
the Axle
Figure 40
Figure 41
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3.33 Front Column Paint Protector Clips
Kit Number E0-00-1-072
Tools:
Screwdriver
Soft Mallet
1. Cover the flat tip of a screwdriver with
masking tape or electrical tape to prevent paint damage
2. Remove the old Clip (42-A) from the
Tube (42-B) by prying on the end
3. Align the new Clip’s slotted stud with the
hole in the Tube. Tap it into place using
a mallet or by squeezing with your fingers
NOTE: Be sure to apply the correct clip on
each side of the column: the left-side clip
has a notch for the column release slide.
Figure 42
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3.34 Flat Cap (front platform)
Kit Number E0-00-1-074
Tools:
Screwdriver and/or
Pliers
Soft Mallet
1. Cover the flat tip of a screwdriver with
masking tape or electrical tape to prevent paint damage
2. Remove the old Cap (43-A)
3. Tap the Cap (43-A) gently into the Tube
end (43-B) using a mallet
NOTE: Sharp blows will deform the Cap
Figure 43
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3.35 Front Platform Paint Protector Clips
Kit number E0-00-1-073
Tools:
Screwdriver
Soft Mallet
1. Cover the flat tip of a screwdriver with
masking tape or electrical tape to prevent paint damage
2. Remove the old Clip (44-A) from the
Tube (44-B) by prying on the end
3. Align the new Clip’s slotted stud (44-A)
with the hole in the Tube (44-B). Tap it
into place using a mallet or by squeezing with your fingers
Figure 44
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3.36 Domed Caps (Seat Supports)
Kit Number E0-00-1-075
Tools:
Screwdriver and/or
Pliers
Soft Mallet
1. Cover the flat tip of a screwdriver with
masking tape or electrical tape to prevent paint damage
2. Remove the old Cap (45-A)
3. Tap the Cap (45-A) gently into the Tube
end (45-B) using a mallet
NOTE: Sharp blows will deform the Cap
Figure 45
3.37 Rear Frame Paint Protector Clips
Kit number E0-00-1-071
Tools:
Screwdriver
Soft Mallet
1. Cover the flat tip of a screwdriver with
masking tape or electrical tape to prevent paint damage
2. Remove the old clip (46-A) from the
Tube (46-B)
3. Align the new Clip’s slotted stud (46-A)
with the hole in the Tube (46-B). Tap it
into place using a mallet or by squeez-
Figure 46
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4.
PROGRAMMING OF THE SOLO CONTROLLER
4.1
Introduction
The EasyTravel electric system is operated by the Solo Controller manufactured by Penny & Giles Technologies Ltd. (UK).
4.2
The SP1 Programmer
The SP1 is a handheld programmer for use
with the Solo controller.
The programmer is a menu-driven device,
which plugs directly into the controller.
The
SP1b
Programmer
(Engineering
?
Version) can set all of the key controller
speed, acceleration and braking characteristics, and allows different settings to be tried
out while the programmer is still plugged
into the controller. A context-sensitive help
Yes
function is available to guide users through
No
the menus and the SP1b can also display
error messages from the controller. This
allows any
electrical
Enter
problems with the vehicle
system
to be identified and
corrected quickly.
Figure 47
WARNING
Programming should only be conducted by competent personnel with in-depth knowledge of Penny
& Giles electronic controllers. Incorrect programming could result in an unsafe set-up of a vehicle for
a user. Tzora Active Systems accepts no liability for losses of any kind if the programming of the
controller is altered from factory pre-set values.
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The following table shows the Solo Controller settings for the EasyTravel as defined by Tzora Active Systems.
4.3
Function
Fast
Slow
Forward Acceleration
2.0 s
2.0 s
Forward Deceleration
0.9 s
1.3 s
Reverse Acceleration
3.0s
3.0 s
Reverse Deceleration
2.5s
2.5 s
Forward Speed
100%
50%
Reverse Speed
50%
30%
Invert Throttle Polarity
No
*Power Down Timer*
10 min
Current Limit
20A
Motor Compensation
200mΩ
Hold Factor
152%
Mid Current
50%, 10 s
Brake Time
0.1s
ISO Tests
Off
Inhibit Polarity
Lo
Bridge Hold Time
200 ms
Throttle Gain
750%
Pulse Reverse Alarm
No
Wig-wag Throttle
Yes
Low Battery Flash Inhibit
No
Throttle Deadband
15%
Output Voltage
24V
TruCharge Cable Resistance
40mΩ
TruCharge Cal.
95
Using The SP1b
Please contact Tzora Active Systems for more information about and the acquiring of the SP1b Programmer.
The Programmer is shipped with an extensive guide. Please read the guide carefully before using the SP1b
Programmer.
Setting parameters to incorrect values could damage controllers and motors, and invalidate any warranties.
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5.
FAULT FINDING
5.1
Introduction
Tzora Active Systems provides for profound training in Fault Finding to the major distributors of the EasyTravel. Please contact the authorized Tzora Distributor in your country or Tzora for more information.
5.2
Electrical System
5.2.1. Detecting that a Fault has occurred
A fault is signaled by a rapid flashing of the status indicator. Care should be taken because the controller gives a low battery warning by a slow flash of the status indicator. This is not a fault, just a reminder that you should charge your batteries. To detect a fault in the Solo Controller, the SP1b
Programmer is used. It can detect various faults, for instance a motor wiring fault, a throttle fault, a
possible controller fault or a fault in the solenoid brakes.
5.2.2. Fault Diagnosis using the SP1b
The SP1b indications should only be used to decide the starting point of your own diagnosis, as it is
possible for the controller to indicate a fault in another component even though the controller itself is at
fault. Nevertheless, experience has shown that connectors and wiring are the major cause of vehicle
electrical problems, so it is necessary to examine these most vulnerable areas first.
Further information is to be found in the Programming and Fault Finding Guide that is shipped with the
SP1b Programmer.
5.2.3. Servicing of Defective Solo Controllers
There are no serviceable parts within the Solo Controller. Consequently, any defective units must be
returned to Tzora Active Systems for repair.
Opening or making any unauthorized adjustments or modifications to the controller or its components
will invalidate any warranty and may result in hazards to the vehicle user, and is strictly forbidden.
WARNING
Faultfinding and repairs should only be conducted by competent personnel, authorized by Tzora Active Systems. Incorrect repair or tampering could result in a hazardous defect in the EasyTravel.
Tzora Active Systems accept no liability for losses of any kind arising from unauthorized adjustment
or modification to the EasyTravel.
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6.
CONTROL CONNECTIONS AND ELECTRICAL WIRING
For more information please contact your authorized Tzora Distributor or Tzora Active Systems.
Figure 48
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7.
CHARGER
Technical data:
- 24 Volts, 2Amp Constant Current
(equivalent to 3A tapered charger in charging time)
- Universal Input 100VAC to 240VAC - Suitable anywhere in the world
- Automatic Cut-off and then true Float. Can be left connected indefinitely without harming the
battery
- Size
Length: 165 mm (6.5")
Width: 80 mm (3.1")
Height: 50 mm (2.0")
- Weight
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8.
SPARE PARTS
8.1
List of Spare Parts Kits
Part Number
Description
Included in Kit
Control Panel Assembly – MobiGo
Control Panel, Top and Bottom Cover, Screws
Page
E0-00-1-046
E0-00-1-202
6
E0-00-1-701
E0-00-1-070
E0-00-1-034
E0-00-1-705
E0-00-1-032
E0-00-1-704
Handgrip pair
8
Controller Cover ET1B
Controller Cover, Screws
9
Controller
10
E0-00-1-059
Battery Contacts
Battery contacts, Screws
12
E0-00-1-058
Interface Circuit Board ET1B
Screws
13
E0-00-1-703
Contacts and Charging Socket Assembly
Screws
14
E0-00-1-054
E0-00-1-702
Control Cable
15
E0-00-1-083
Motor End Cover ET1B
Screw
E0-00-1-096
Motor End Cover ET1B PV
Screws
E0-00-1-037
Motor Brushes
16
17
E0-00-1-056
E0-00-1-093
Power Cable ET1B
Securing Clip, Screw
18
E0-00-1-069
Front Wheel Assembly
Front Wheel, Allen Screw, Washer, Flat Cap
20
E0-00-1-035
Gear Motor ET1
21
Gear Motor ET1B
21
E0-00-1-095
E0-00-1-706
E0-00-1-094
E0-00-1-708
E0-00-1-038
E0-00-1-707
Adapter Block Assembly
E0-00-1-097
Upgrade Kit from ET1 to ET1B
E0-00-1-067
Top Bearing for Steering Axis
Adapter Block, positioning plate, quick release
22
mechanism
Gear Motor PV, Power Cable PV, Interface
24
Circuit Board ET1B, Controller Cover ET1B
25
Pin, Spring, Cable, Cable Guide, Adjustable
E0-00-1-080
Column Release Cable Kit
Stop, Cable Stops, Release Bushing, Allen
26
Screw, Latch Bushing, Set Screws, End Cone,
Vinyl Caps
E0-00-1-078
Black Vinyl Cap
E0-00-1-081
Protector Roller Kit
28
Roller, Threaded Rod, Cap Nuts
29
E0-00-1-001 (Red ET1)
Handgrip pair, Column Release Cable, Paint
E0-00-1-002 (Blue ET1)
E0-00-1-003 (Red ET1B)
Column Frame
Protector Clips, Protector Roller, Control Ca-
30
ble, Power Cable
E0-00-1-004 (Blue ET1B)
E0-00-1-005 (Silver ET1B)
E0-00-1-020 (Normal)
E0-00-1-021 (Jumbo)
Battery Case
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E0-00-1-022 (Normal)
E0-00-1-025 (Jumbo)
E0-00-1-079
E0-00-1-206
E0-00-1-060
E0-00-1-201
E0-00-1-061
E0-00-1-204
E0-00-1-062
E0-00-1-203
E0-00-1-063
E0-00-1-064
E0-00-1-204
Battery Cover – MobiGo
Screws
31
Pin, Spring, Cable, Adjustable Stop, Cable
Platform Lock Pin Kit
32
Guide, Cable Locks, End Cone
Seat Assembly
Seat Bottom + Pad, Seat Back + Pad
34
Seat Back Pad
Screws, Washers, Screw Covers
35
Seat Bottom Pad
Screws
36
Seat Backrest Lock
37
Seat Attachment Bracket
Bracket, Sleeves, Screws
38
E0-00-1-077
Footrest Platform
E0-00-1-065
Folding Lock Pin Kit
E0-00-1-066
Ring for Folding Lock
E0-00-1-068
Rear Wheel Assembly
Rear Wheel, Circlip, End Cap
41
E0-00-1-072
Front Column Paint Protector Clips
Full Circle Clip, Full Circle Clip with Notch
42
E0-00-1-074
Flat Cap (Front Platform)
2 Caps
43
E0-00-1-073
Front Platform Paint Protector Clips
2 Semicircle Clips
44
E0-00-1-075
Domed Caps (Seat Supports)
2 Domed Caps
45
E0-00-1-071
Rear Frame Paint Protector Clips
2 Full Circle Clips
45
8.2
39
Pin, Spring, Washer, Circlip, Pull Ring
40
40
Spare Parts Kit Index
Part Number
Description
Page
E0-00-1-001 (Red ET1)
E0-00-1-002 (Blue ET1)
E0-00-1-003 (Red ET1B)
Column Frame
30
Battery Case
31
Controller
10
E0-00-1-004 (Blue ET1B)
E0-00-1-005 (Silver ET1B)
E0-00-1-020 (Normal)
E0-00-1-021 (Jumbo)
E0-00-1-032
E0-00-1-704
E0-00-1-034
E0-00-1-705
Controller Cover ET1B
9
E0-00-1-035
Gear Motor ET1
21
E0-00-1-037
Motor Brushes
17
Adapter Block Assembly
22
Control Cable
15
Power Cable ET1B
18
E0-00-1-038
E0-00-1-707
E0-00-1-054
E0-00-1-702
E0-00-1-056
E0-00-1-093
E0-00-1-095
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E0-00-1-706
E0-00-1-058
Interface Circuit Board ET1B
13
E0-00-1-059
Battery Contacts
12
Seat Assembly
34
Seat Back Pad
35
Seat Bottom Pad
36
Seat Backrest Lock
37
Seat Attachment Bracket
38
E0-00-1-065
Folding Lock Pin Kit
40
E0-00-1-066
Ring for Folding Lock
40
E0-00-1-067
Top Bearing for Steering Axis
25
E0-00-1-068
Rear Wheel Assembly
41
E0-00-1-069
Front Wheel Assembly
20
E0-00-1-070
Handgrip pair
E0-00-1-071
Rear Frame Paint Protector Clips
45
E0-00-1-072
Front Column Paint Protector Clips
42
E0-00-1-073
Front Platform Paint Protector Clips
44
E0-00-1-074
Flat Cap (Front Platform)
43
E0-00-1-075
Domed Caps (Seat Supports)
45
E0-00-1-077
Footrest Platform
39
E0-00-1-078
Black Vinyl Cap
28
Platform Lock Pin Kit
32
E0-00-1-080
Column Release Cable Kit
26
E0-00-1-081
Protector Roller Kit
29
E0-00-1-083
Motor End Cover ET1B
E0-00-1-096
Motor End Cover ET1B PV
E0-00-1-060
E0-00-1-201
E0-00-1-061
E0-00-1-204
E0-00-1-062
E0-00-1-203
E0-00-1-063
E0-00-1-064
E0-00-1-204
E0-00-1-079
E0-00-1-206
E0-00-1-094
8
16
Gear Motor ET1B
21
E0-00-1-097
Upgrade Kit from ET1 to ET1B
24
E0-00-1-703
Contacts and Charging Socket Assembly
14
Battery Cover – MobiGo
31
E0-00-1-708
E0-00-1-022 (Normal)
E0-00-1-025 (Jumbo)
E0-00-1-046
E0-00-1-202
Control Panel Assembly – MobiGo
6
E0-00-1-701
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LIST OF TOOL TYPES
Screwdrivers:
Other Tools
Phillips #1
Cable Tie Tensioning Tool
Phillips #2
Circlip Pliers (normal)
Short Phillips #2
Circlip Pliers (small)
Flat Blade
Clamps
Cleaning detergent
Allen Keys:
Crimp Tool
2 mm
Cutter
3 mm
Drive Punch
4 mm
Extractor
5 mm
Hot Air Gun
6 mm
Light Grease/Lubricant
8 mm
Pliers
Press/Vise/Mallet
Wrenches:
Silicone Spray
Open End 8 mm
Soft Mallet
Open End 14 mm
Solder
Open End 19 mm
Soldering Iron
Torque wrench
Loctites:
#242 (1312)
#496 (3854)
The EasyTravel and its accessories have been designed, manufactured and tested in accordance with the
specification of the following:
DIRECTIVE: Medical devices 93/42 EEC
Manufactured by:
EC Authorized Representative:
Medical Specialities Ltd.
Blackburn, BB2 4HT UK
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