Puma 40 Service manual

SERVICE MANUAL
PUMA 20/40
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Puma 20/40
© 2011 Handicare
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The information provided herein may not be reproduced and/or published in any form, by print, photo print, microfilm or any other
means whatsoever (electronically or mechanically) without the prior written authorisation of Handicare.
The information provided is based on general data concerning the constructions known at the time of the publication of this
manual. Handicare executes a policy of continuous improvement and reserves the right to changes and modifications.
The information provided is valid for the product in its standard version. Handicare cannot be held liable for possible damage
resulting from specifications of the product deviating from the standard configuration.
The available information has been prepared with all possible diligence, but Handicare cannot be held liable for possible errors in
the information or the consequences thereof.
Handicare accepts no liability for loss resulting from work executed by third parties.
Names, trade names, etc. used by Handicare may not, as per the legislation concerning the protection of trade names, be
considered as being available.
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1
Introduction Service manual Puma 20/40 ............................................................................................................ 5
1.1
This manual
5
1.2
Identification of the product
5
1.3
Symbols used in this manual
6
2
Safety ................................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.1
Maximum User weight reduction when Puma 20 options are installed on a Puma 40!
7
2.2
Personnel qualification
7
2.3
Cautions and warning statements
7
2.4
Used decals on the wheelchair
8
3
Tools, parts and components ............................................................................................................................... 9
3.1
Tools
9
3.2
Tools electronics
9
4
Spare parts ......................................................................................................................................................... 10
4.1
Use of the parts lists
10
4.2
Carrier and seat adjustments
11
4.3
Wiring and modules Shark
22
4.4
Wiring and modules R-net
24
4.5
Wiring and modules DX2
26
4.6
Wiring and modules VR-2
28
5
Service instructions ............................................................................................................................................ 30
5.1
Maintenance plan
30
5.2
Assembly, replacement and adjustment instructions
31
5.2.1 Puma 20 / Puma 40 Carrier
32
5.2.2 Driving wheels (Puma 20/40)
47
5.2.3 Castor wheels
54
5.2.4 Replacements
61
5.2.5 Seat adjustments
72
6
Trouble shooting ................................................................................................................................................. 83
6.1
Shark faultfinding table
83
6.2
R-net faultfinding table
84
6.3
DX2 faultfinding table
88
6.4
VR-2 faultfinding table
92
7
Technical product information............................................................................................................................. 95
7.1
CE Declaration and standards
95
7.2
Technical information
95
7.3
Electrical diagram
97
8
Warranty ........................................................................................................................................................... 105
8.1
Provisions of warranty
105
8.2
Liability provisions
106
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Introduction Service manual Puma 20/40 | 5
Introduction Service manual Puma 20/40
1.1 This manual
This manual contains the instructions for repairs and general maintenance of the Puma 20/40 motor driven wheelchair.
Mechanics who do repairs on this wheelchair must be well trained and familiar with the repair methods and the maintenance of
the Puma 20/40 wheelchair.
Always make sure that the work is carried out safely, particularly with respect to procedures requiring the wheelchair to be lifted
up.
We advise that you contact our service department before doing repair work on a wheelchair that has been involved in an
accident.
The following specifications are important when ordering parts:
• Model
• Year of manufacture
• Colour
• Identification number
• Part number
• Name of the part concerned
This information is provided on the identification plate. See 'Identification of the product'.
Available documentation
The following technical documentation is available for this wheelchair:
• User manual
• Service manual
Service and technical support
For information concerning specific settings, maintenance or repair works please contact your supplier. He is always prepared to
help you.
Ensure you have at hand:
• Model
• Year of manufacture
• Identification number
This information is provided on the identification plate. See 'Identification of the product'.
1.2 Identification of the product
The identification plate contains the following data:
A. Model
B. Year of manufacture
C. Identification number
D. Use area indoors or outdoors
E. Maximum load in kg
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Puma 20/40
1.3 Symbols used in this manual
Warning symbol
Follow the instructions next to this symbol closely.
Not paying careful attention to these instructions could result in physical injury or damage to the wheelchair or the
environment.
ATTENTION!
Suggestions and advice that help tasks or procedures involved to be carried out more easily.
Reference symbol
The symbol refers to a separate user manual. This reference will indicate the specific user manual and the section
to which is being referred.
Pull the charge cord out of the battery charging connection of the electric wheelchair before carrying out any maintenance on the
wheelchair.
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Safety | 7
Safety
2.1 Maximum User weight reduction when Puma 20 options are installed on a Puma 40!
In case one of the following Puma 20 options is installed on a Puma 40 carrier, the maximum user weight is reduced to 136 kg:
• Sedeo Lite Seating System (or any Sedeo Lite component)
• Puma 20 motors
• Puma 20 Comfort suspension
• Puma 20 Electrical tilt adjustment (0 - 25º)
2.2 Personnel qualification
Service technicians:
Repairs may only be carried out by trained and authorised service technicians.
During the execution of their work, they are at all times fully responsible for the fulfilment of locally applicable safety guidelines
and standards.
Temporary employees and persons in training may only carry out repair and replacement work under the supervision of an
authorised service technician.
2.3 Cautions and warning statements
Safety
Safety information is indicated with the warning symbol.
• Follow the instructions carefully next to these warning symbols! Not paying careful attention to these instructions could result
in physical injury or damage to the wheelchair or the environment. Where ever possible, safety information is provided in the
relevant chapter.
Temperature
• Avoid physical contact with the wheelchair’s motors at all times. Motors are continuously in motion during use and can reach
high temperatures. After use, the motors will cool down slowly. Physical contact could cause burns.
• If you do not use the wheelchair, ensure that it is not exposed to direct sunlight for lengthy periods of time. Certain parts of the
wheelchair, such as the seat, the back and the armrests can become hot if they have been exposed to full sunlight for too long.
This may cause burns or allergic reactions to the skin.
Interference between carrier and tilt module at the lowest seat height
Optimizing the different functions in the wheelchair can lead to interference between certain parts. In this case the 45 deg tilt in
combination with the lowest seat height can limit the possible degree of tilt. This depends on the Centre of Gravity position of the
seating system and the seat depth.
The bigger the seat depth and/or the centre of gravity position going to the rear, the bigger the limit of the tilt angle.
We do not expect this to be a problem since people seated in the chair with the lowest seat height, have a small under leg length
and are therefore smaller people in general. The chance that they have a bigger seat depth or a rearward centre of gravity
position is limited.
If an interference should appear then this can be solved by:
• Decreasing the seat depth
• Positioning the centre of gravity forward
• Increase the seat height
Moving parts
• A wheelchair has moving and rotating parts. Contact with moving parts may result in serious
physical injury or damage to the wheelchair. Contact with the moving parts of the wheelchair
should be avoided.
• Wheels (turning and castor)
• Electric tilt in space adjustment
• Electric high/low option
• Electric backrest adjustment
• Electric elavating legrests
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Puma 20/40
Electromagnetic radiation
The standard version of your electric wheelchair has been tested on the applicable requirements
with respect to electromagnetic radiation (EMC requirements) In spite of these tests:
• it cannot be excluded that electromagnetic radiation may have an influence on the wheelchair. For example:
• mobile telephony
• large-scale medical apparatus
• other sources of electromagnetic radiation
• it cannot be excluded that the wheelchair may interfere with electromagnetic fields.
For example:
• shop doors
• burglar alarm systems in shops
• garage door openers
In the unlikely event that such problems do occur, we request that you notify your supplier immediately.
Decals and instructions on the wheelchair
Decals and instructions on the wheelchair
• The signs, symbols and instructions affixed to the wheelchair comprise part of the safety facilities. They must never be covered
or removed. They must remain present and clearly legible throughout the entire lifespan of the wheelchair.
• Replace or repair all illegible or damaged signs, symbols and instructions immediately. Please contact your supplier for
assistance.
2.4 Used decals on the wheelchair
Check manual before using
Freewheel switch in ‘Drive’ mode
Freewheel switch in ‘Push’ mode.
Don’t put the freewheel switch in ‘Push’ mode on a slope
Battery charging connection
Attachment point of the tie-down system for transportation in a vehicle.
Danger of crushing!
Use caution when swinging the controller aside to avoid getting anything crushed.
Trap danger. Danger of getting fingers jammed.
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Tools, parts and components | 9
Tools, parts and components
3.1 Tools
The tools below are needed for various mechanical settings and maintenance:
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
#
Description
Screwdriver, medium
Hammer (plastic)
Chaser
Pair of wire cutters
Circlip pliers
Water pump pliers
Open ended spanner
Ring spanner
Torque wrench, socket
Torx key
Allen key
Loctite 243
Tie wraps
Size (mm)
5
10, 13
10, 13
10, 13
T30
4, 6, 8
-
Remark Size: the EU key width (of the relevant tool).
Use only high-quality tools for the adjustment(s) described.
Make sure that the hexagon of the spanner is attached securely to the hexagon of the fastening article. This prevents the 'rotation'
of hexagons of fastening articles and spanners that may affect proper adjustment.
3.2 Tools electronics
1001893
Shark Programming adaptor (DK-ADAPT)
00355.0440 Hand Held Programmer (DX-HHP-GDW)
Programming adaptor for DX2, Shark, A-series and R-series
1009567
(DWIZ-ADAPT)
00355.0469 Wizard programming cable (GSM61171)
1003236
Dynamic Wizard USB set (DWIZ-KIT + DWD-OEM-U)
9006857
R-net Diagnostic Test Tool (D50996)
9006858
R-net Programming cable for R-net DTT (SA79174)
PR0111
Pilot+ Hand Held Programmer PP1B (D49511)
9006859
VR-2 Programming cable for R-net DTT (SA79176)
PR0200
Pilot+ PC Programmer A (D50144)
PR0210
PG Pilot+ PC Programmer B (D50145)
9003295
R-net PC Programmer OEM (D50611)
9003296
R-net PC programmer Dongle OEM
X X*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Hand
X
PC
X
X
VR-2
X
Pilot+
X
Rnet
Shark
Description
DX
Article
numbers
DX2
The following tools are needed for various electronic settings:
Brand
X Dynamic
X Dynamic
X Dynamic
Dynamic
Dynamic
X
X PGDrivesTechnology
X
X PGDrivesTechnology
X X
X PGDrivesTechnology
X
X PGDrivesTechnology
X X X
PGDrivesTechnology
X X X
PGDrivesTechnology
X
X
PGDrivesTechnology
X
X
PGDrivesTechnology
X* = except the Hand Help Programmer
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Spare parts
4.1 Use of the parts lists
This document is meant as a reference book to be used to order parts for the wheelchair that is shown on the front cover.
How to order:
When ordering parts, please specify:
• Serial number (see the identification plate)
• Group (to which the relevant part belongs)
• Article number
• Number of parts required
• Description (in the relevant language)
• Dimensions (if applicable)
Remark:
• If a part does not have a position number, it means that the part concerned cannot be purchased separately. The part concerned is
part of the assembly shown. This assembly must be ordered as one piece. It has to be replaced in its entirety.
• Boxed position numbers refer to the relevant drawing.
Order address:
Please mail or fax your orders to your supplier.
Service technicians:
Repairs may only be carried out by trained and authorised service technicians.
During the execution of their work they are at all times fully responsible for the fulfilment of locally applicable safety guidelines and
standards.
Temporary employees and persons in training may only carry out repair and replacement work under the supervision of an authorised
service technician.
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4.2 Carrier and seat adjustments
Pos
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
Description
Battery tray and chair interface Puma 20/40
Suspension arm and motors Puma 20
Suspension arm and motors Puma 40
Castor forks and wheels Puma 20
Castor forks and wheels Puma 40
Covers Puma 20
Covers Puma 40
Tilt and lift modules Puma 20
Tilt and lift modules Puma 40
Kerb climber Puma 20/40
Page
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
12 | Spare parts
Puma 20/40
01 Carrier and seat adjustments / Battery tray and suspension and chair interface Puma 20/40
Pos
1-3
4,5a
4,5b
4,5c
4,5d
6a,6b,6c,6d,7
6a,6b,7
6c,6d,7
6,7*
8,9
8-13
14a
14b
14c
14d
Qty
1
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
1
Article number
9005935
9002758
9006051
9002759
1001453
9005956
9005957
9005958
9005959
1
1
2
2
2
2
9005931
9005930
1007080
9006237
00000.4042
00000.4035
Description
Chair Interface set
Battery MK M40-12 Gel (40Ah C20)
Battery MK M50 AGM (50Ah C20)
Battery MK M34-12 Gel (60Ah C20)
Battery MK M24-12 Gel (74Ah C20)
Battery spacer set universal
Battery spacer set MK (40/50A)
Battery spacer set MK (60/74A)
Battery spacer set Sonnenschein
*= spacers needed if equiped with Sonnenschein Batteries (not a standard
Handicare item)
Battery straps
Battery box
Socket head screw DX2
Socket head screw Shark
Socket head screw R-net 120
Socket head screw R-net 90 / VR2
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02 Carrier and seat adjustments / Suspension arm and motors Puma 20
Pos
1-9
1,3,4,6
10-18
10,12,13,15
19-23
24a,25-29
24b-29
28-33a,37,38
28-32,33b,37,38
28-32,34a,37,38
28-32,34b,37,38
28-32,35a,37,38
28-32,35b,37,38
28-32,36a,37,38
28-32,36b,37,38
30-31
32
37
38
Qty
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
Article number
9005963
9002896
9005962
9002897
9005964
9005939
9005938
9005940
9005941
9005942
9005943
9005944
9005945
9005946
9005947
9005644
9002784
9006360
9006452
Description
Anti-Tip complete FWD
Anti tipper wiel FWD
Anti-Tip complete RWD
Anti tipper wiel RWD
Rubber suspension set
Motor bracket right
Motor bracket left
Motor right 6 Km/h DX
Motor left 6 Km/h DX
Motor right 6 Km/h PG
Motor left 6 Km/h PG
Motor right 10 Km/h DX
Motor left 10 Km/h DX
Motor right 10 Km/h PG
Motor left 10 Km/h PG
Freewheel lever
Brake Release Sticker
2 set Puma 20 Motor Brushes 4pc service
Puma 20 Motor Brake Cover service
14 | Spare parts
Puma 20/40
03 Carrier and seat adjustments / Suspension arm and motors Puma 40
Pos
1-12
8-12
13-21
13,15,16,18
22-30
22,24,25,27
31a,32-36
31b-36
31c
31d
35-40a, 44a
35-39,40b, 44a
35-39, 40c, 44b
35-39, 40d, 44b
35-39,41a, 44a
35-39,41b, 44a
35-39, 41c, 44b
35-39, 41d, 44b
35-39,42a, 44a
35-39,42b, 44a
35-39, 42c, 44b
35-39, 42d, 44b
35-39,43a, 44a
35-39,43b, 44a
35-39, 43c, 44b
35-39, 43d, 44b
37-38
39
44a
44b
Qty
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
Article number
9005965
9005966
9005963
9002896
9005962
9002897
9005939
9005938
9006782
9006781
9005949
9005948
9006783
9006784
9005951
9005950
9006785
9006786
9005952
9005953
9006787
9006788
9005954
9005955
9006789
9006790
9005644
9002784
9006361
9005107
Description
Rubber suspension + bridge
Rubber suspension set
Anti-tip complete FWD
Anti tipper wiel FWD
Anti-tip complete RWD
Anti tipper wiel RWD
Motor bracket right
Motor bracket left
Motor bracket 4 pole Alpine, right
Motor bracket 4 pole Alpine, left
Motor 6 Km/h DX, right
Motor 6 Km/h DX, left
Motor 4-pole Alpine 6 Km/h DX, left
Motor 4-pole Alpine 6 Km/h DX, right
Motor 6 Km/h PG, right
Motor 6 Km/h PG, left
Motor 4-pole Alpine 6 km/h PG, left
Motor 4-pole Alpine 6 km/h PG, right
Motor 10 Km/h DX, right
Motor 10 Km/h DX, left
Motor 4-pole Alpine 10 km/h DX, left
Motor 4-pole Alpine 10 km/h DX, right
Motor 10 Km/h PG, right
Motor 10 Km/h PG, left
Motor 4-pole Alpine 10 km/h PG, left
Motor 4-pole Alpine 10 km/h PG, right
Freewheel lever
Brake Release Sticker
2 set P40 motor brushes service
4 set HT motor brushes service
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04 Carrier and seat adjustments / Castor forks and wheels Puma 20
Pos
1-6
7-10
8-12a
8-11,12b
8-11,12c
8-11,12d
8-11,12e
13, 14, 15, 16a
13, 14, 15, 16b
13, 14, 15, 16c
13, 14, 15, 16d
Qty
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Article number
9005934
9005932
9005986
9005989
9005987
9006820
9005990
9005992
9005995
9005993
9005996
Description
Anti shimmy + bearings set
Castor fork
Castor wheel indoor 2.80/2.50-4, air
Castor wheel indoor 2.80/2.50-4, punctureproof
Castor wheel outdoor right 3.00-4, grey air
Castor wheel outdoor left 3.00-4, grey air
Castor wheel outdoor 3.00-4, grey punctureproof
Drive wheel Indoor 12 1/2 x 2 1/4, air
Drive wheel Indoor 12 1/2 x 2 1/4, punctureproof
Drive wheel outdoor 3.00-8, grey air
Drive wheel outdoor 3.00-8, grey punctureproof
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05 Carrier and seat adjustments / Castor forks and wheels Puma 40
Pos
1-6
7-10
8-11
8-10,12
8-10,13a
8-10,13b
8-10,14a
8-10,14b
8-10,15a
8-10,15b
8-10,16a
8-10,16b
17-22
17-21,23
17-21,24
17-21,25
17-21,26
17-21,27
Qty
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Article number
9005934
9005932
9005998
9006003
9006000
9005999
9006005
9006004
9006002
9006001
9006007
9006006
9006009
9006012
9006010
9006013
9006011
9006014
Description
Anti shimmy + bearings set
Castor fork
Castor wheel Indoor 2.80/2.50-4, air
Castor wheel indoor 2.80/2.50-4, punctureproof
Castor wheel outdoor right 3.00-4, grey air
Castor wheel outdoor left 3.00-4, grey air
Castor wheel outdoor right 3.00-4, grey punctureproof
Castor wheel outdoor left 3.00-4, grey punctureproof
Castor wheel outdoor 3.00-4, right black air
Castor wheel outdoor 3.00-4, left black air
Castor wheel outdoor 3.00-4, right black punctureproof
Castor wheel outdoor 3.00-4, left black punctureproof
Drive wheel indoor 12 1/2 x 2 1/4, air
Drive wheel indoor 12 1/2 x 2 1/4, punctureproof
Drive wheel outdoor 3.00-8, grey air
Drive wheel outdoor 3.00-8, grey punctureproof
Drive wheel outdoor 3.00-8, black air
Drive wheel outdoor 3.00-8, black punctureproof
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06 Carrier and seat adjustments / Covers Puma 20
Pos
1-4
3-4
5
6-7
8
9-10
11-12
13
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Article number
9005971
9005972
9004517
9005973
9005970
9005981
9005969
9004515
Description
Battery cover black
Battery cover clips set
Battery access cover
Tube end covers dark grey set
Handicare logo Service
Ballhead covers dark grey set
Tube bottom cover set
Power module cover
18 | Spare parts
Puma 20/40
07 Carrier and seat adjustments / Covers Puma 40
Pos
1-4
3-4
5
6,7
8a,16a,18a,19a
8b,16b,18b,19b
8c,16c,18c,19c
8d,16d,18d,19d
9
10,13
14,15a,15b
17,20
21-22
23
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
Article number
9005971
9005972
9005970
9005974
9005982
9005983
9005984
9005985
9004517
9005978
9005975
9005969
9005976
9004515
Description
Battery cover black
Battery cover clips set
Logo Handicare
Suspension bridge cover dark grey
Deco covers green
Deco covers blue
Deco covers orange
Deco covers silver
Battery access cover
Drive wheel fender black with bracket
Motor arm covers dark grey set
Tube bottom cover set
Castor wheel fender black
Power module cover
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08 Carrier and seat adjustments / Tilt modules Puma 20
Pos
1-7
4-6
4-7
8-14
15-17
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
Article number
9006017
9006025
9006199
9006018
9006016
Description
Electrical tilt 25º
Til actuator mounting set
Tilt actuator
Electrical tilt 25º Add-on
Mechanical tilt
20 | Spare parts
Puma 20/40
09 Carrier and seat adjustments / Tilt and lift modules Puma 40
Pos
1-3, 4-7, 8-11
4-6
4-7
8-10
8-11
12-18, 4-7
19-25, 8-11
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Article number
9006020
9006025
9006023
9006024
9006022
9006019
9006021
Description
Electrical lift with electrical tilt 45º
Til actuator mounting set
Tilt actuator
Lift actuator mounting set
Lift actuator
Electrical lift with fixed tilt
Electrical tilt 45º
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10 Carrier and seat adjustments / Kerb climber Puma 20/40
Pos
1-16
7-15
16
Qty
1
1
1
Article number
9005740
9003571
9003520
Description
Kerb climber
Kerb climber gas spring
Kerb climber shoe
22 | Spare parts
Puma 20/40
4.3 Wiring and modules Shark
Pos
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Article number
9007143
9007144
9007145
9007150
9007151
9007152
9006027
9006030
1002945
1003094
9006429
9006430
9006431
9006432
9006298
9006301
9006302
9006303
9006304
9006305
9006229
9006231
Description
Shark Remote Drive Only DK-REMD01 service
Shark Remote Drive+Lights DK-REMD31 service
Shark Remote Drive+Lights+2Act. DK-REMD21 service
Shark Power Module DK-PMB01 (60 + 15A) service
Shark Power Module DK-PMB31 (60+15A) service
Shark Power Module DK-PMB21 (60+15A) service
Shark Attendant Remote DK-ACU service
Shark Attendant Remote DK-ACU +bracket service
Shark bus cable 1.5m
Shark ACU connection cable 1.5m
Shark bus extension cable 0.9m
Shark bus extension cable 1.2m
Shark bus extension cable 0.64m
Shark bus cable 1.0m
P2040 Shark Cable Light (for +Act)
P2040 Cable Inhibit Loop
P2040 Shark Cable Light (for No Act)
P2040 Shark Cable Light+Tilt+Back
P2040 Shark Cable Light+Lift+Act FWD
P2040 Shark Cable Light+Lift+Act RWD
Fuse Cable 70A
Dynamic Battery Cable
6KDUN
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4.4 Wiring and modules R-net
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9007156
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9002918
9006030
9006034
9002912
9006238
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9002481
9002482
9002484
9002579
9006319
9006320
9006323
9006327
9006330
9006331
9006332
9006228
9006230
Description
R-net Joystick Module Lights JSM LED-L service
R-net Joystick Module Colour CJSM-L-sw service
R-net Joystick Module Colour CJSM-L-sw Worktop service
R-net Power Module PM120 (120A) service
R-net Dual Attendant Module service
R-net Dual Attendant Module + bracket service
R-net Seating/Lighting Module ISM-6L (6Act+Lights) service
R-net 4-way Connector Block service
R-net Cable 2.5m
R-net Cable 1.0m
R-net Cable 2.0m
R-net Cable 1.5m
R-net Cable 0.5m
P2040 PGDT Cable Act 500mm
P2040 PGDT Cable Act 1050mm
P2040 PGDT Cable Tilt45 950mm
P2040 PGDT Cable Inhibit Loop
P2040 PGDT Cable Lift 1520mm
P2040 R-net Cable Light
P2040 R-net Cable Light+Horn
PGDT Battery Cable
Fuse Cable 100A
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4.5 Wiring and modules DX2
Pos
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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26
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Article number
9007146
9007147
9007148
9007154
9007155
9007167
9007159
9007162
9007163
9006028
9006032
9006239
00355.0023
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055.00121.000
9006307
9006308
9006309
9006310
9006311
9006312
9006313
9006230
9006231
9006250
Description
DX2 Remote REM420 service
DX2 Remote REM421 service
DX2 Remote REM550 service
DX 16 key Remote Lights REM48 service
DX 16 key Remote PLUS REM48 service
DX-12 key Remote Worktop REM41 service
DX2 Power Module PMA90L (90A+Lights) service
DX2 Actuator Module 2channel ACT2 service
DX2 Actuator Module 4channel ACT4 service
DX(2) Attendant Remote ACU3 service
DX(2) Attendant Remote ACU3 +bracket service
DX(2) BUS 4 Way Socket (DX-SKT-X4) service
DX(2) bus cable 1.0 m.
DX(2) bus cable 2.0 m.
DX(2) bus cable 1.5 m.
DX(2) bus cable 2.5 m.
P2040 DX(2) Cable Act 500mm
P2040 DX(2) Cable Act 1050mm
P2040 DX(2) Cable Lift 1520mm
P2040 DX(2) Cable Tilt45 950mm
P2040 DX(2) Cable Inhibit Loop
P2040 DX(2) Cable Light 1300mm
P2040 DX(2) Cable Light 1800mm
Fuse Cable 100A
Dynamic Battery Cable
Ferrite Clamp WE 742 712 22
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4.6 Wiring and modules VR-2
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1
2
3
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9
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9002907
9002908
9002909
9002916
9002917
9002911
9006029
9006033
9002305
9006853
9006854
9006855
9006301
9006321
9006323
9006325
9006326
9006327
9006328
9006329
9006333
9006228
9006229
Description
VR-2 Joystick Module Drive Only JSM service
VR-2 Joystick Module Lights JSM-L service
VR-2 Joystick Module Act & Lights JSM-A-L service
VR-2 Power Module VR2-90 (90A) service
VR-2 Power Module +2Act VR2-90-2A (90A) service
VR-2 Lighting Module service
VR-2 Dual Attendant Module service
VR-2 Dual Attendant Module + bracket service
VR-2 Extension Cable 0.5m
VR-2 Extension Cable 1m
VR-2 Extension Cable 1,5m
VR-2 Extension Cable 2m
P2040 Cable Inhibit Loop
P2040 PGDT Cable Act 1350mm
P2040 PGDT Cable Tilt45 950mm
P2040 VR-2 Cable Lift+Act FWD
P2040 VR-2 Cable Lift+Act RWD
P2040 PGDT Cable Inhibit Loop
P2040 PGDT Cable Lift 900mm
P2040 PGDT Cable Lift 1100mm
P2040 VR-2 Cable Lights
PGDT Battery Cable
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Puma 20/40
Service instructions
5.1 Maintenance plan
Below, we have indicated what needs to be checked, how often this should be done and by whom.
To be carried out by
Time
Description
Daily
Weekly
• Charging the batteries, after each use.
• Checking the tyre pressures.
• Cleaning the wheelchair.
• Cleaning the upholstery (if necessary).
• Inspecting the electrical system.
• Checking the batteries.
• Inspecting the drive.
• Inspecting the mechanical parts.
• Inspecting the bearings.
• Inspecting the suspension.
• Checking the tyres.
• Checking all fastenings and bolts: tighten if necessary
Monthly
Annually
User
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Batteries
For maintenance, see the following documentation:
• Battery instructions.
• Battery charger user manual.
The wheelchair uses dry gel batteries. These dry batteries (dry fit) are sealed and are maintenance free.
The battery wiring diagram is located on a sticker inside the battery tray.
Shark Diagrams / R-net Diagram / DX2 Diagram / VR-2 Diagram
Shark
R-net
Puma 20/40
DX2
Service instructions | 31
VR-2
• Make sure that the batteries are always well charged.
• Do not use the wheelchair if the batteries are almost flat. This may damage the batteries and you run the risk of an unintended
standstill.
• The use of ‘wet’ batteries is not permitted. If the batteries have to be replaced, use only dry batteries.
5.2 Assembly, replacement and adjustment instructions
This chapter covers illustrated assembly, replacement and adjustment instructions.
Every separate visual instruction is prefaced with:
• Preparation instructions
• Relevant article numbers
• Tools used
• Info (suggestions and advice to help you carry out tasks or procedures more easily)
• Notices (extra notes covering information you need when executing the specific task)
In the visual instructions illustrate the tools needed for the specific task.
32 | Service instructions
5.2.1
Puma 20/40
Puma 20 / Puma 40 Carrier
Converting Puma 20/40 front wheel drive (FWD) to rear wheel drive (RWD) and vice versa.
Preparation
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
• Be sure that the freewheel switch is in ‘drive’ mode. If
the freewheel switch is in ‘push’ mode this will make
loosening the bolts impossible.
• Remove the leg rests.
• Remove the entire seating unit (incl. electrical lift,
electrical tilt or mechanical tilt) from the carrier. Two
people are needed to carry out this operation.
Instructions
Note! Suitable work area required!
The following operations are required to convert the Puma
20/40:
• Change the direction of drive wheels and the mudguards
(only Puma 40).
• Replace the anti-tip wheels and the anti-tip brackets
(RWD wheels and brackets into FWD wheels and
brackets).
• Remount the interface and seating.
• Reprogram the wheel chair.
Note! The visual instructions show all actions only on one
side. Carry out all actions also on the other side of the
carrier!
Notice
• Use a lifting device to raise the wheelchair / Puma 20/40
carrier.
• Some parts need to be replaced; the replacement is
indicated by
symbol.
• Some operations have to be carried out by two persons;
this is indicated by a
symbol.
Step 1 Preparation.
1
Note! Suitable work area required!
Relevant article numbers
• 9005962 P2040 Anti-Tip RWD Complete Service
• 9005963 P2040 Anti-Tip FWD Complete Service
• For more information see the eletrical diagrams at § 7.3.
Tools used
• Lifting device
• Allen key, 6 mm
• Open ended or ring spanners, 13 mm, 2x
• Torx key T30
• Screwdriver, medium, 5 mm
• Hammer (plastic)
• Chaser
• Torque wrench, socket, 13 mm
• Pair of wire-cutters
• Water pump pliers
• Tie wraps
Icons
•
Dispose of waste parts in accordance with local
regulations.
•
Action must be carried out by two persons!
•
Bolts are provided with Loctite thread locker!
•
Note! Be aware of the issue!
2
Conversion set for converting FWD to RWD.
Puma 20/40
3
Service instructions | 33
4
Conversion set for converting RWD to FWD.
Step 2 Remove interface and seating.
1
Tools required.
2
Note! Lift the chair in case the wheel chair has an electrical lift.
3
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4
5
6
Puma 20/40
Puma 20/40
Service instructions | 35
7
Note! Keep the spacers for reuse at step 5.2!
Step 3 Change the direction of drive wheels and the mudguards (only Puma 40).
1
Note! Use a lifting device to provide a proper working platform.
Note! Position the lift completely under the carrier!
Caution! Check no cables are caught between the lift and the carrier!
2
3
36 | Service instructions
4
Puma 20/40
5
Note! Check the key is still in place!
Note! Dispose the ring and bolt!
Step 4 Replace the anti-tip wheels and brackets.
1
Note! Replace the anti-tip wheels and brackets! FWD into
RWD!
3
Note! The Puma 40 has mudguards, take them off!
2
Note! Use top mounting holes for Indoor anti-tip wheel!
Note! Use bottom mounting holes for Outdoor anti-tip wheel!
Note! Tighten the bolts of the anti-tip wheels and brackets with 25 Nm!
Puma 20/40
Service instructions | 37
Step 5 Remount the drive wheels.
1
Note! Check the key is still in place!
Note! Tighten the bolts of the drive wheels with 25 Nm!
2
Step 6 Change the position of the castor wheels.
1
2
Note! Tighten the shaft and nut of the castor wheels with 25 Nm!
Caution! Place at the Puma 20 on both sides of the castor wheel
an extra ring between the wheel and the fork!
38 | Service instructions
Step 7 Remount the interface and seating.
1
3
4
Puma 20/40
2
Puma 20/40
Service instructions | 39
5
6
FWD
Shark
RWD
9006429
Shark bus extension cable 0.9m
9006430
Shark bus extension cable 1.2m
9006431
Shark bus extension cable 0.64m
9006429
Shark bus extension cable 0.9m
9006304
P2040 Shark Cable Light+Lift+Act FWD 9006305
DX2
00355.0023
DX(2) bus cable 1.0 m.-
055.00111.000 DX(2) bus cable 1.5 m.
DX2 with Lift
00355.0024
DX(2) bus cable 2.0 m.
055.00121.000 DX(2) bus cable 2.5 m.
R-net
9002481
R-net Cable 1.0m
9002484
R-net Cable 1.5m
R-net with Lift
9002482
R-net Cable 2.0m
9006434
R-net Cable 2.5m
VR-2
9006853
VR-2 Extension Cable 1m
9006854
VR-2 Extension Cable 1,5m
VR-2 with attendant 9002305
VR-2 Extension Cable 0.5m
9006853
VR-2 Extension Cable 1m
VR-2 with Lift & Tilt 9006854
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9006325
VR-2 Extension Cable 1,5m
9006855
VR-2 Extension Cable 2m
P2040 VR-2 Cable Lift+Act FWD
9006326
P2040 VR-2 Cable Lift+Act RWD
9006853
VR-2 Extension Cable 1m
9006854
VR-2 Extension Cable 1,5m
9006328
P2040 PGDT Cable Lift 900mm
9006329
P2040 PGDT Cable Lift 1100mm
Shark with Lift
P2040 Shark Cable Light+Lift+Act RWD
VR-2 with Lift
40 | Service instructions
Step 8 Reprogram the wheelchair.
1
Note! Program the correct standard RWD program to the
wheelchair.
Puma 20/40
Puma 20/40
Service instructions | 41
Mounting the kerb climber (Puma 20/40 – RWD)
Preparation
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
• Use a lifting device to raise the drive wheels clear of the
ground.
Instructions
The following operations are required to mount the kerb
climber:
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
• Remove the leg rests.
• Mount the mounting bracket of the kerb climber on the
castor arms.
• Mount the kerb climber on the mounting bracket.
• Put back the leg rest.
1
Relevant article numbers
• 9005740 Kerb climber Puma 20/40
Tools used
• Allen key, 8 mm
Notice
Note! The kerb climber can only be mounted on a RWD!
• Use a lifting device to raise the wheelchair / Puma 20/40
carrier.
Icons
• N.a.
2
Note! Suitable work area required!
3
4
42 | Service instructions
5
Puma 20/40
Puma 20/40
Service instructions | 43
Replacing the carbon brushes (Puma 20/40)
Preparation
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
• Be sure that the freewheel switch is in ‘drive’ mode. If
the freewheel switch is in ‘push’ mode this will make
loosening the bolts impossible.
• Use a lifting device to raise the drive wheels clear of the
ground.
Instructions
• The following operations are required to replace the 4 or 8
carbon brushes:
• Remove the bolt/nut and the locking washers of the drive
wheel.
• Remove the drive wheel from the motor axle.
• Remove the mudguards and the anti-tip wheels.
• Loosen the three bolts from motor arm to loosen the
motor.
• Unscrew the 2 or 4 caps to get access to the carbon
brushes.
• Pull the carbon brush out of the housing and remove the
brush.
• Inspect the collector on the anchor of the motor; if the
collector is seriously worn, replace the entire drive unit.
• Place the carbon brush in the holder; this can be done in
one way only.
• Screw the new plastic screw cap onto the carbon brush
holder.
• Mount the motor, mudguard, anti-tip wheel and driving
wheel on the carrier.
• Check the tyre pressures.
Relevant article numbers
• 9006360 Puma 20 Motor brush set (2x2pcs with cover)
• 9006361 Puma 40 Motor brush set (2x2pcs with cover)
• 9005107 4P HT Motor brush set (2x4pcs with cover)
• 9002600 Drive wheel bolt and ring
• If complete drive units need to be replaced see spare
parts list for article numbers:
Puma 20 - 35 Carrier and seat adjustments /
Suspension arm and motors Puma 20
Puma 40 - 36 Carrier and seat adjustments /
Suspension arm and motors Puma 40
Tools used
• Lifting device
• Screwdriver
• Hammer (plastic)
• Open ended or ring spanner, 13 mm
• Torque wrench, socket, 13 mm
• Torx key, T30
• Water pump pliers
Icons
•
•
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•
Note! Be aware of the issue!
Notice
• Use a lifting device to raise the wheelchair / Puma 20/40
carrier.
• Some parts need to be replaced; the replacement is
indicated by a
symbol.
• Make sure the wheelchair is switched off.
1
2
Note! Suitable work area required!
Dispose of waste parts in accordance with local
regulations.
44 | Service instructions
Puma 20/40
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4
5
6
7
8
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10
11
Note! Inspect the collector on the anchor of the motor; if the collector is seriously worn, replace the entire drive unit.
12
13
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Puma 20/40
15
Note! Check the key is still in place!
Note! Tighten the bolts of the drive wheels with 25 Nm!
Note! Bolts are provided with Loctite thread locker!
16
17
Puma 20/40
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Driving wheels (Puma 20/40)
Replacing the drive wheel, indoor/outdoor
Preparation
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
• Be sure that the freewheel switch is in ‘drive’ mode. If
the freewheel switch is in ‘push’ mode this will make
loosening the bolts impossible.
• Use a lifting device to raise the drive wheels clear of the
ground.
Instructions
• The following operations are required to replace the
driving wheel:
• Remove the cap, unlock the locking plate, remove the bolt
and the locking washer.
• Replace the new drive wheel.
• Screw the bolt with ring and a new locking plate into the
shaft, lock the locking plate and put the cap back again.
• Check the tyre pressures.
Notice
• Use a lifting device to raise the wheelchair / Puma 20/40
carrier.
• Inflate the tube to the correct pressure! (See ‘Technical
specifications’)
Relevant article numbers
Puma 20
• 00000.1703 Lock nut M10 P20
• 9005992 Drive wheel Indoor 12 1/2 x 2 1/4, air
• 9005995 Drive wheel Indoor 12 1/2 x 2 1/4, puncture proof
• 9005993 Drive wheel outdoor 3.00-8, grey air
• 9005996 Drive wheel outdoor 3.00-8, grey puncture proof
Puma 40
• 9002600 Drive wheel bolt and ring P40
• 9006009 Drive wheel indoor 12 1/2 x 2 1/4, air
• 9006012 Drive wheel indoor 12 1/2 x 2 1/4, puncture proof
• 9006010 Drive wheel outdoor 3.00-8, grey air
• 9006013 Drive wheel outdoor 3.00-8, grey puncture proof
• 9006011 Drive wheel outdoor 3.00-8, black air
• 9006014 Drive wheel outdoor 3.00-8, black puncture proof
Tools used
• Lifting device
• Screwdriver
• Hammer (plastic)
• Torque wrench, socket, 13 mm
• Water pump pliers
Icons
•
1
•
Bolts are provided with Loctite thread locker!
•
Note! Be aware of the issue!
2
Note! Suitable work area required!
Dispose of waste parts in accordance with local
regulations
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3
4
5
6
7
Note! Check the key is still in place!
Note! Tighten the bolts of the drive wheels with 25 Nm!
Note! Bolts are provided with Loctite thread locker!
Puma 20/40
8
9
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Puma 20/40
Replacing the tube and/or tyre of a drive wheel, indoor/outdoor
Preparation
• Be sure that the freewheel switch is in ‘drive’ mode. If
the freewheel switch is in ‘push’ mode this will make
loosening the bolts impossible.
• Use a lifting device to raise the drive wheels clear of the
ground.
Relevant article numbers
Puma 20
• 00000.1703 Lock nut M10 P20
Instructions
• The following operations are required to replace the tube
and/or tyre of the driving wheel:
• Remove the wheel from the axle. (See instruction:
Replacing the drive wheel, indoor/outdoor)
• Deflate the tyre (not necessary for replacing the complete
drive wheel!).
• Loosen all Allen bolts and remove the front of the rim half.
• Remove the tyre and the tube, replace a new tube and/
or tyre.
• Replace the tyre and tube on the rim half.
• Mount the front of the rim half.
• Replace the drive wheel on the axle.
• Inflate the tube to the correct pressure. (See: ‘Technical
specifications’)
Tools used
• Lifting device
• Screwdriver
• Hammer (plastic)
• Torque wrench, socket, 13 mm
• Allen key, 6 mm
Puma 40
• 9002600 Drive wheel bolt and ring P40
Icons
•
•
Bolts are provided with Loctite thread locker!
•
Note! Be aware of the issue!
Notice
• Use a lifting device to raise the wheelchair / Puma 20/40
carrier.
• Inflate the tube to the correct pressure! (See ‘Technical
specifications’)
1
2
Note! Suitable work area required!
Dispose of waste parts in accordance with local
regulations
Puma 20/40
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3
4
5
6
7
Caution! Deflate the tyre first, before you dismantle the wheel. Follow the steps as shown!
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8
Caution! Ensure tube and tyre are properly positioned on the rim!
Caution! Make sure the tube is not jammed between the two rim halves!
Note! Inflate the tube to the correct pressure! (See: ‘Technical specifications’)
9
Note! Check the key is still in place!
Note! Tighten the bolts of the drive wheels with 25 Nm!
Note! Bolts are provided with Loctite thread locker!
10
Puma 20/40
Puma 20/40
11
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5.2.3
Puma 20/40
Castor wheels
Replacing the castor wheel
Preparation
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
• Use a lifting device to raise the drive and castor wheels
clear of the ground.
Instructions
The following operations are required to replace the castor
wheels:
• Loosen the shaft and locking nut.
• Hold the wheel tight and remove the shaft.
• Take the castor wheel out of the fork.
• Mount the new castor wheel in the reverse order.
Notice
• Use a lifting device to raise the wheelchair / Puma 20/40
carrier.
Relevant article numbers
Puma 20
• 9005986 Castor wheel indoor 2.80/2.50-4, air
• 9005989 Castor wheel indoor 2.80/2.50-4, puncture proof
• 9005987 Castor wheel outdoor right 3.00-4, grey air
• 9006820 Castor wheel outdoor left 3.00-4, grey air
• 9005990 Castor wheel outdoor 3.00-4, grey puncture proof
Puma 40
• 9005998 Castor wheel Indoor 2.80/2.50-4, air
• 9006003 Castor wheel indoor 2.80/2.50-4, puncture proof
• 9006000 Castor wheel outdoor right 3.00-4, grey air
• 9005999 Castor wheel outdoor left 3.00-4, grey air
• 9006005 Castor wheel outdoor right 3.00-4, grey puncture
proof
• 9006004 Castor wheel outdoor left 3.00-4, grey puncture
proof
• 9006002 Castor wheel outdoor right 3.00-4, black air
• 9006001 Castor wheel outdoor left 3.00-4, black air
• 9006007 Castor wheel outdoor right 3.00-4, black puncture
proof
• 9006006 Castor wheel outdoor left 3.00-4, black puncture
proof
Tools used
• Lifting device
• Open-ended or ring spanners, 13 mm
• Torque wrench, socket, 13 mm
Icons
• N.a.
1
2
Note! Suitable work area required!
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3
4
5
6
Note! Tighten the shaft and nut of the castor wheels with 25 Nm!
Caution! Place at the Puma 20 on both sides of the castor
wheel an extra ring between the wheel and the fork!
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Puma 20/40
Replacing the tyre and/or tube of the castor wheel
Preparation
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
• Use a lifting device to raise the drive and castor wheels
clear of the ground.
Instructions
• The following operations are required to replace the
castor wheel tyre and/or tube:
• Deflate the tyre (not necessary for replacing the complete
castor wheel!).
• Loosen the shaft and locking nut. (See instruction:
Replacing the castor wheel)
• Hold the wheel tight and remove the shaft.
• Take the castor wheel out of the fork.
• Loosen all Allen bolts and remove the front of the rim half.
• Remove the tyre and the tube, replace a new tube and/
or tyre.
• Replace the tyre and tube on the rim half.
• Mount the front of the rim half and remount the wheel.
• Inflate the tube to the correct pressure. (See: ‘Technical
specifications’)
1
Notice
• Use a lifting device to raise the wheelchair / Puma 20/40
carrier.
Tools used
• Lifting device
• Open-ended or ring spanners, 13 mm
• Torque wrench, socket, 13 mm
• Allen key, 5 mm
Icons
•
2
Note! Suitable work area required!
Note! Be aware of the issue!
Puma 20/40
3
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4
5
Caution! Deflate the tyre first, before you dismantle the wheel. Follow the steps as shown!
6
Caution! Ensure tube and tyre are properly positioned on the rim!
Caution! Make sure the tube is not jammed between the two rim halves!
Note! Inflate the tube to the correct pressure! (See: ‘Technical specifications’)
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7
Puma 20/40
8
Caution! Deflate the tyre first, before you dismantle the wheel.
Follow the steps as shown!
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Replacing the castor fork
Notice
• Use a lifting device to raise the wheelchair / Puma 20/40
carrier.
Preparation
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
• Use a lifting device to raise the drive and castor wheels
clear of the ground.
Relevant article numbers
• 9005932 Castor fork
Instructions
The following operations are required to replace the castor
fork:
• Remove the castor wheel. (See instruction: Replacing
the castor wheel)
• Remove the ball head cover and loosen the bolt,
washers and shaft that hold the castor fork in the castor
arm.
• Take the castor fork out of the castor arm.
• Remove the fender from the castor fork (only Puma 40).
• Replace the fender on the new castor fork.
• Mount the castor fork and wheel in the reverse order.
1
Tools used
• Lifting device
• Torque wrench, socket, 13 mm
• Torque wrench, Torx key T30
• Circlip pliers
• Loctite 243
Icons
•
2
Note! Suitable work area required!
3
4
Note! Be aware of the issue!
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5
6
7
8
Caution! Apply Loctite 243 to the bolt of the castor fork!
Note! Tighten the bolt of the castor fork with 7 Nm!
9
10
Note! Tighten the shaft and nut of the castor wheels with 25 Nm!
Caution! Place at the Puma 20 on both sides of the castor
wheel an extra ring between the wheel and the fork!
Puma 20/40
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Replacements
Replacing the batteries
Relevant article numbers
• 9002592 M8x12 CKS BZK PRECOTE 85
• 00000.2003 Locking ring, flat M8
• 9002731 Battery MK M40-12 Gel (40Ah C20)
• 9006051 Battery MK M50 AGM (50Ah C20)
• 9002732 Battery MK M34-12 Gel (60Ah C20)
• 1001453 Battery MK M24-12 Gel (74Ah C20)
• 9005956 Battery spacer set universal
• 9005957 Battery spacer set MK (40/50A)
• 9005958 Battery spacer set MK (60/74A)
• 9005959 Battery spacer set Sonnenschein
Preparation
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
• Remove the fuses from the battery compartment before
carrying out any work on the electrical system.
Instructions
The following operations are required to replace the
batteries:
• Remove the leg rests and the chair.
• Remove the battery access cover, the battery-guard and
the battery strap rear.
• Remove the power module cover and disconnect all
connections from the power module.
• Release the battery strap from the battery-guard and
slide the battery-guard out of the battery box.
• Release the battery tray by tilting the battery-guard.
• Release the battery strap top and remove the batteries
from the battery tray.
• Disconnect all connections from the batteries.
• Replace the new batteries in reverse order.
Tools used
• Torque wrench, socket, 10 mm
Icons
•
•
Info
• Some parts need to be replaced; this is indicated by a
symbol;
• Contact your supplier, who will advise about disposing
the batteries as required.
• Avoid damage to the batteries when replacing them; this
may cause the batteries to leak.
1
2
Note! Suitable work area required!
Dispose of waste parts in accordance with local
regulations.
Note! Be aware of the issue!
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3
4
5
6
Caution! A battery tray with batteries is a heavy load! Be careful
at the moment you undock the battery tray from the battery box!
Caution! Undock the battery tray slowly from projection in the battery box!
7
8
Caution! Dispose of the batteries has to be done in
accordance with local regulations!
Puma 20/40
9a
Note! Insert the battery spacer set correctly, as shown in the
next diagrams!
9b
Note! Insert the battery spacer set correctly, as shown in the next diagrams!
10
Caution! Dock the battery tray slowly on the projection in the
battery box!
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12
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Replacing the power module
Relevant article numbers
• 1001180 Power module Shark 75A (DK-PMA01)
• 1003092 Power module Shark 75A (DK-PMB31)
• 1002994 Power module Shark 75A (DK-PMB21)
• 9002464 Power module R-net 90A
• 9002463 Power module R-net 120A
• 9005868 Power module DX2 90A
• 9005869 Power module DX2 70A
• 9002474 Power module VR-2 90A
• 1008388 Power module VR-2 90A twin actuators
Preparation
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
• Remove the fuses from the battery compartment before
carrying out any work on the electrical system.
• Use a lifting device to raise the drive wheels clear of the
ground.
Instructions
The following operations are required to replace the power
module:
• Remove the power module cover.
• Disconnect all connections of the power module and the
battery fuses.
• Unscrew both screws and washers from the battery box.
• Remove the old power module, replace the new power
module in the reverse order.
Tools used
• Lifting device
• Allen key 4 mm
Icons
•
Info
• Use a lifting device to raise the wheelchair / Puma 20/40
carrier.
• Some parts need to be replaced; this is indicated by a
symbol.
• Always remove the fuses from the battery compartment
before carrying out any work on the electrical system!
1
2
Note! Suitable work area required!
Dispose of waste parts in accordance with local
regulations.
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3
Puma 20/40
4
5
6
7
Caution! Dispose of the power module has to be done in
accordance with local regulations!
Puma 20/40
8
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Puma 20/40
Replacing the mudguards (only Puma 40)
Relevant article numbers
• 9004533 Drive wheel fender black
• 0001.1110 Rivets alu 3,2 x 10
• 9002600 Drive wheel bolt and ring
• 9005978 Drive wheel fender with bracket
Preparation
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
• Use a lifting device to raise the drive wheels clear of the
ground.
Instructions
The following operations are required to replace the
mudguards, with or without brackets.
With brackets:
• Turn the drive wheel in the correct position.
• Loosen (through the rim) the 2 bolts of the mudguard
brackets on the motor arm.
• Remove the mudguards with brackets.
• Tighten the new mudguard with brackets on the motor
arm.
Tools used
• Lifting device
• Torx key T30
Icons
• N.a.
Notice
• N.a.
1
2
Note! Suitable work area required!
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3
4
5
6
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Puma 20/40
Replacing the coloured covers
Ball head cover / Deco ring motor arm / Deco strip suspension bridge cover
Notice
Use a screwdriver in case you can’t get off the covers by
hand.
Preparation
Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
Instructions
The following operations are required to replace the three
cover sets.
Ball head cover set:
• Take away the old cover and click back the new cover.
Relevant article numbers
9005982 Deco covers green
9005983 Deco covers blue
9005984 Deco covers orange
9005985 Deco covers silver
Deco ring motor arm set:
• Take away the old cover and click back the new cover.
Tools used
• Screwdriver
Deco strip under the suspension bridge cover:
• Take away the old cover
• Click the new cover with turning movement back under
the suspension bridge cover.
1
Icons
• N.a.
2
Note! Suitable work area required!
3
4
Puma 20/40
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7
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5.2.5
Puma 20/40
Seat adjustments
Adjusting the seating height
Notice
• Use a lifting device to raise the wheelchair / Puma 20/40
carrier.
• Raising the seat height has a negative effect on dynamic
stability, because of the centre of gravity rises. Please
read the user manual or contact your supplier, who will
advise about the seat adjustments.
Preparation
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
• Remove the fuses from the battery compartment before
carrying out any work on the electrical system.
• Use a lifting device to raise the drive wheels clear of the
ground.
Instructions
The following operations are required to adjust the seat
height:
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
• Remove the leg rests.
• Lift the chair, in case the wheelchair has a lift.
• Disconnect all connections of the power module and the
battery fuses.
• Remove the entire seating unit (incl. electrical lift,
electrical tilt or mechanical tilt) from the carrier.
• Two people are needed to carry out this operation.
• Loosen the mounting supports (l/r) of the lift supports.
• Adjust the height of lift support; 5 height adjustments are
possible (0/+25/+50/+75/+100).
• Is the lift support in the lowest position? Mount also the
battery cover in the lowest position!
• Replace the entire seating unit on the carrier. Two
people are needed to carry out this operation.
• Tighten the interface and seat on the carrier.
• Replace the leg rests.
1
Relevant article numbers
• 9002592 M8x12 CKS BZK PRECOTE 85
• 00000.2003 Locking ring, flat M8
Tools used
• Lifting device
• Screwdriver
• Allen key, 6 mm
• Torx key, T30
• Open ended or ring spanner, 10 mm
• Pair of wire-cutters
• Tie wraps
Icons
•
•
2
Note! Suitable work area required!
Dispose of waste parts in accordance with local
regulations.
Note! Be aware of the issue!
Puma 20/40
3
4
Note! Lift the chair, in case the wheelchair has a lift.
5
6
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Puma 20/40
7
Note! Keep the spacers for reuse for rebuilding the wheelchair.
8
9
Caution! Two people are needed to carry out this operation.
Puma 20/40
10
11
Caution! Two people are needed to carry out this operation.
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12
Note! Reuse the spacers.
13
Note! Fasten the cables with tie wraps!
14
Puma 20/40
Puma 20/40
15
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Puma 20/40
Adjusting the centre point of gravity
Relevant article numbers
• 9002592 M8x12 CKS BZK PRECOTE 85
• 00000.2003 Locking ring, flat M8
Preparation
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
Instructions
The following operations are required to adjust the centre
of gravity:
• Remove the leg rests.
• Loosen the 4 bolts.
• Move the whole chair unit to the correct position.
• Remount the 4 bolts.
• Replace the leg rests.
Tools used
• Allen key, 6 mm
Icons
•
Notice
• Changing the wheelchair’s centre of gravity may
negatively influence the wheelchair's driving
characteristics and/or its dynamic stability!
1
•
2
Note! Suitable work area required!
3
4
Note! Lift the chair in case the wheel chair has an electrical lift.
Dispose of waste parts in accordance with local
regulations.
Note! Be aware of the issue!
Puma 20/40
5
6
7
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Puma 20/40
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Adjusting the mechanical seat tilt
Notice
• Changing the wheelchair’s tilt position from 20º to
25º may negatively influence the wheelchair's driving
characteristics.
Preparation
• Switch off the wheelchair via the remote control.
Instructions
The following operations are required to adjust the
mechanical seat tilt:
• Remove the entire seating unit from the carrier. Two
people are needed to carry out this operation.
(See instruction: Converting Puma 20/40 front wheel
drive (FWD) to rear wheel drive (RWD), Step 2 Remove
interface and seating.)
• Loosen the 2 bolts in the interface frame.
• Move the upper part of the interface in the desired
position (two other positions possible!).
• Tighten the 2 bolts.
• Replace the seat on the interface.
1
Tools used
• Torque wrench, socket, 13 mm
• Allen key, 6 mm
2
Note! Suitable work area required!
Icons
•
Action must be carried out by two persons!
•
Note! Be aware of the issue!
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3
Caution! Changing the wheelchair’s tilt position may negatively influence the wheelchair’s driving characteristics! Please read the
user manual!
Puma 20/40
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Trouble shooting
If your Puma 20/40 is not working even though the batteries are fully charged, the following checks can be carried out before
contacting your supplier.
Check whether all of the battery clips are firmly in place.
Check whether the freewheel handle is in the drive mode (and not in the freewheel / neutral mode).
Troubleshooting table
If your scooter is not working, or is not working as it should, go through the following list of possible problems before contacting
your supplier. You may be able to solve the problem yourself.
6.1 Shark faultfinding table
Signal
service indicator
flashes once.
service indicator
flashes twice
ON/OFF light
flashes three times
ON/OFF light
flashes four times
ON/OFF light:
flashes 5 times
ON/OFF light:
flashes 6 times
Possible cause
User error
Battery fault
The left-hand motor (m1) connection is faulty
The left-hand motor (m1) is defective
The connection of the right-hand motor
(m2) is faulty.
The right-hand motor (m2) is defective
The left-hand parking brake (m1)
connection is faulty or loose.
The left-hand parking brake (m1) is
defective.
The right parking brake (m2) connection is
faulty or loose.
The right-hand parking brake (m2) is
defective.
ON/OFF light
flashes 7 timest
There is a fault in the controller
ON/OFF light
flashes 8 times
There is a fault in the power module
ON/OFF light
flashes 9 times
There is a communication fault in the
Shark system.
ON/OFF light
flashes 10 times
Unknown fault
ON/OFF light
flashes 11 times
System does not 'fit'.
System modules are not compatible.
Remedy
This is probably a 'STALL' timeout.
Place the joystick in neutral and try again
Check the batteries and the cabling
Charge the batteries or replace them.
Check the motor connections and cabling.
Replace this motor
Check the motor connections and cabling.
Replace this motor
Correct the connection
Replace the parking brake
Correct the connection
Replace the parking brake
Check all connections and correct as necessary
If a fault signal is still present after this, replace
the power module.
Check all connections and correct as necessary
If a fault signal is still present after this, replace
the power module.
Check the connection and correct it if necessary.
If a fault signal is still present after this, replace
the controller.
Check all connections and correct as necessary
Consult a service engineer.
Check that the type of the controller corresponds
with the power module.
Replace one of the two if necessary.
Note:
If all the plugs are connected properly and you have used the troubleshooting list but not found the cause, contact the Service
Department of Handicare.
Before changing Shark bus cables, fuses and/or modules, remove both fuses from the battery compartment, so that the system is
dead.
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6.2 R-net faultfinding table
Trip Text
Trip
Code
Joystick Error
-
Low Battery
-
High Battery
-
M1 Brake Error
1505
M2 Brake Error
1506
M1 Motor Error
3B00
M2 Motor Error
3C00
Inhibit Active
1E01
1E09
1E0A
Joystick Calibration
Error
-
Latched Timeout
-
Brake Lamp Short
-
Description
The most common cause of this trip is if the joystick is deflected away from center before
and during the time the control system is switched on. The joystick displaced screen will be
displayed for 5 seconds, if the joystick is not released within that time then a trip is registered.
Although a trip screen is not displayed the system log will show the trip and numbers of
occurrences.
• Ensure that the joystick is centered and power-up the control system.
If the trip is still present then the joystick or Joystick Module may be
defective.
This occurs when the control system detects that the battery voltage has fallen below 16V.
• Check the condition of the batteries and the connections to the control system.
If the trip is still present after the batteries and connections have been checked, then the
Power Module may be defective.
This occurs when the control system detects that the battery voltage has risen above 35V. The
most common reasons for this are overcharging of the battery or bad connections between the
control system and the batteries. • Check the condition of the batteries and the connections to
the control system.
If the trip is still present after the batteries and connections have been checked, then the
Power Module may be defective.
This occurs when the control system detects a problem in the solenoid brakes or the
connections to them.
• Check the solenoid brakes, cables and connections to the control system.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the Power Module may
be defective.
This occurs when the control system detects a problem in the solenoid brakes or the
connections to them.
• Check the solenoid brakes, cables and connections to the control system.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the Power Module may
be defective.
This occurs when the control system detects that a motor has become disconnected.
• Check the motors, cables and connections to the control system.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the Power Module may
be defective.
This occurs when the control system detects that a motor has become disconnected.
• Check the motors, cables and connections to the control system.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the Power Module may
be defective.
This occurs when any of the Inhibit inputs are active and in a latched state.
The actual inhibit that is active is indicated by the last 2 digits in the Trip Code.
• Cycle the power. This will drop out of Latched Mode which might clear the trip.
• Check all wiring and switches connected to the indicated Inhibits.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the ISM may be
defective.
This occurs when the Joystick Calibration process has not been
successful.
• Enter OBP and attempt calibration.
If the trip is still present after the above has been attempted, then the Joystick Module may be
defective.
This occurs when the control system detects that the Latched Timeout programmed time has
been exceeded. For example, the Input Device, Joystick, Head Aray, Sip and Puff, etc.) has not
been operated frequently enough.
The trip is a notification of why the control system has dropped out of Latched Mode.
• Cycle the power.
• Initiate Latched Mode.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the Input Device may be
defective.
This occurs when the control system detects a short in the Brake Lamp Circuit.
• Check the brake lamps, cables and connections to the control system.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the ISM may be
defective.
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Trip Text
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Trip
Code
Left Lamp Short
7205
Right Lamp Short
7209
Left Indicator Lamp
Short
7206
Right Indicator Lamp
Short
720A
Left Indicator Lamp
Failed
7207
Right Indicator Lamp
Failed
7208
Over Current
-
Overtemp. (Lamps)
-
Overtemp. (Actuators)
-
DIME Error
-
Description
This occurs when the control system detects a short in either of the Lamp Circuits.
• Check the lamps, cables and connections to the control system.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the ISM may be
defective.
This occurs when the control system detects a short in either of the Lamp Circuits.
• Check the lamps, cables and connections to the control system.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the ISM may be
defective.
This occurs when the control system detects a short in either of the Indicator Circuits.
• Check the indicators, cables and connections to the control system.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the ISM may be
defective.
This occurs when the control system detects a short in either of the Indicator Circuits.
• Check the indicators, cables and connections to the control system.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the ISM may be
defective.
This occurs when the control system detects a failure in either of the Indicator Circuits. This is
most likely to be an indicator bulb failure.
• Check the indicator bulbs, cables and connections to the control system.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the ISM may be
defective.
This occurs when the control system detects a failure in either of the Indicator Circuits. This is
most likely to be an indicator bulb failure.
• Check the indicator bulbs, cables and connections to the control system.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the ISM may be
defective.
This occurs when the control system detects that the ISM’s actuator circuitry has become too
hot. The control system will cease drive to the actuator motor in question.
• Allow the ISM to cool.
• If the ISM is frequently overheating check the condition of the actuator
motors and the connections to them.
• If the trip persists contact your service agent.
This occurs when the control system detects that the ISM’s actuator
circuitry has become too hot. The control system will
cease drive to the actuator motor in question.
• Allow the ISM to cool.
• If the ISM is frequently overheating check the condition of the actuator motors and the
connections to them.
• If the trip persists contact your service agent.
This occurs when the control system detects that the ISM’s actuator circuitry has become too
hot. The control system will cease drive to the actuator motor in question.
• Allow the ISM to cool.
• If the ISM is frequently overheating check the condition of the actuator motors and the
connections to them.
• If the trip persists contact your service agent.
This occurs when the control system detects an identification conflict between two modules in
the system.
If a new module has been introduced:
• Disconnect the new module and cycle the power.
• If no trip is present connect the new module to the system and cycle the power.
• If the trip reappears then the new module must be the cause of the problem.
If there has been no additions:
• Disconnect one module at a time and cycle the power.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, contact your service agent.
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Trip Text
Puma 20/40
Trip
Code
Memory Error
-
PM Memory Error
-
Bad Cable
-
Bad Settings
-
Module Error
-
System Error
SID Detached
Description
This is a non specific memory error which could be caused by any of the modules within the
system.
• Check all cables and connections.
• Cycle the power.
If the trip is still present and the system contains 3rd party Modules:
• Disconnect all the non PGDT modules and cycle the power.
If this has cleared the trip:
• Connect each 3rd party module in turn, cycling the power each time.
• If the trip reappears after one of the power cycles then the last module to have been added to
the system must be defective.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the PM may be
defective.
This is a specific Power Module based trip.
• Check all cables and connections.
• Using the R-net PC Programmer, re-program the control system.
This should be done with either the most current specific program file for the wheelchair or the
manufacturers original programming file.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the PM may be
defective.
This occurs when the control system detects a fault in the wiring in the communication cables
between any of the modules.
• Check all cables and connections for continuity.
• If there is any visible damage to cables, replace and cycle power.
• Disconnect one cable from the system at a time cycling the power after each disconnection.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the PM may be
defective.
This occurs when the control system detects incorrect or invalid program settings.
• Check all parameter settings and re-program the control system using the R-net PC
Programmer.
• Make a note of the current parameter settings and then reset the control system to default
settings.
• Re-program the required settings in small groups, cycling the power after each group to see if
the trip occurs.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the PM may be
defective.
This occurs when the control system detects a trip within a specific module. The module will be
identified on the diagnostics Screen.
• Check all cables and connections.
• Cycle the power.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the module identified
may be defective.
-
This occurs when the system detects a trip which cannot be attributed to a specific module.
• Check all cables and connections.
• Cycle the power.
If the trip is still present and the system contains 3rd party Modules:
• Disconnect all the none PGDT modules and cycle the power.
If this has cleared the trip:
• Connect each 3rd party module in turn, cycling the power each time.
• If the trip reappears after one of the power cycles then the last module to have been added to
the system must be defective.
If the trip is still present after the above checks
-
The Omni has detected that the Specialty Input Device (SID) has become disconnected.
• Check all cables and connectors between the Omni and the SID.
If the error persists:
• Check that the setting of the parameter, 9-Way Detect, is appropriate for the SID that is being
used. For example, if the SID has no detect-link, then this parameter should be set to Off.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the Input Device may be
defective. Contact your service agent.
Puma 20/40
Trip Text
User Switch detached
Gone to Sleep
Charging
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Trip
Code
-
Description
The Omni has detected that the User Switch has become disconnected.
• Check all cables and connectors between the Omni and the User Switch.
If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made, then the User Switch may be
defective. Contact your service agent.
If it is required to use the Omni without a User Switch being connected, then the parameter,
Switch Detect, should be set to Off. If a User Switch is not used the responsibility for that
decision lies with the healthcare professional.
This occurs when the control system has been left inactive for a time greater than the
parameter Sleep Timer.
An entry is made in the system log each time this occurs.
This occurs when the control system detects that a charger is connected to either Inhibit 1
or Inhibit 3. Refer to section 2.3 for connection details The Battery charging screen will be
displayed during charger connection.
An entry is made in the system log each time this occurs.
If an On-Board Charger is used:
• Disconnect the charger from the AC supply.
If an Off-Board Charger is used:
• Disconnect the charger from the Wheelchair.
If the trip is still present after the charger has been disconnected then the
Joystick Module may be defective.
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6.3 DX2 faultfinding table
Signal
ON/OFF light
does not go on:
the wheelchair
does not move.
Possible cause
The controller plug is not properly inserted in
the ‘power module’.
Both fuses are defective
The batteries are not properly connected.
A connection of the batteries is loose.
ON/OFF light:
flashes once
DX module faulty.
ON/OFF light:
flashes twice.
DX accessory faulty.
The left-hand motor (m1) connection is faulty
or loose
The left-hand motor (m1) is defective
Short circuit in the left-hand motor (m1)
connections.
Replace this motor.
Defective power module output.
Check the motor for a defect: an output of the power
module will only become defective through a defect in the
motor itself.
Only replace the power module if the fault occurs
immediately upon switching the unit on. If the fault occurs
when you are starting to drive, the entire left-hand motor
circuit is causing the fault.
In this case, replace the entire drive unit concerned.
ON/OFF light:
flashes three
times
ON/OFF light:
flashes four
times
ON/OFF light:
flashes 5 times
ON/OFF light:
flashes 6 times
ON/OFF light:
flashes 7 times
ON/OFF light:
flashes 8 times
ON/OFF light:
flashes 9 times
ON/OFF light:
flashes 10 times
Remedy
This is probably a 'STALL' timeout.
Place the joystick in neutral and try again
Replace the defective fuses.
Check the connections.
Secure the connection.
Replace one or more modules. The "on/off" LED
indicates the condition of the entire system.
The modules all have a separate status LED:
in this way, you can see which one is faulty.
The module displays a fault as a result of a programming
fault or short circuit and/or overload of the accessories.
The (optional) electrical high/low adjustment is not in the
lowest position. The LED flashes twice to indicate that the
speed limitation has been switched on: the wheelchair will
drive considerably more slowly.
Check the connection and secure it.
Correct the connections.
The right-hand motor (m2) connection is faulty
Check the connection and secure it
or loose.
The right-hand motor (m2) is defective
Replace this motor.
Short circuit in the right-hand motor (m2)
Correct the connections.
connections.
Check the motor for a defect: an output of the power
module will only become defective through a defect in the
motor itself.
Only replace the power module if the fault occurs
Defective power module output.
immediately upon switching the unit on. If the fault occurs
when you are starting to drive, the entire left-hand motor
circuit is causing the fault.
In this case, replace the entire drive unit concerned.
The left-hand parking brake (m1) connection
Correct the connection.
is faulty or loose.
The left-hand parking brake (m1) is defective. Replace the drive motor.
The right parking brake (m2) connection is
Correct the connection.
faulty or loose.
The right-hand parking brake (m2) is
Replace the drive motor.
defective.
Charge the batteries or replace them.
Note:
The battery voltage is low, or the batteries are
If the voltage is low (< 12 V) the electronics will not work
flat or bad
properly. A number of random LEDs of the ‘DX’ controller
flash and the wheelchair will not function.
This usually occurs during (trickle) charging.
The battery voltage is high, above 32 V.
Frequent occurrence will result in a defective power
module. Set the charger correctly.
'BUS low' fault: cable breakage (in one of the
Check the cables and the modules and replace if
DX bus cables) or short circuit in the DX bus
necessary.
system (entrances to the modules)
Bus high fault: usually a communication fault
Check the cables and the modules and replace if
caused by one of the DX bus cables or DX
necessary.
modules (entrances to the modules)
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Possible cause
ON/OFF light:
flashes 11 times
'STALL' overload fault:
A motor is continually demands too much
power.
ON/OFF light:
flashes 12 times
System does not 'fit'.
System modules are not compatible.
Remedy
Check the drive units.
Note: This fault is often caused by taking obstacles that are
too high, or driving against walls, and door frames, etc.
This fault may also be caused by a difficult turn from a
standing position. Check the weight distribution of the
chair.
Program the entire drive system for the relevant wheelchair
with the aid of the DX-Wizard program on the PC.
Always confirm the programming by switching the
wheelchair on and off.
Note:
If all the plugs are connected properly and you have used the troubleshooting list but not found the cause, contact the Service
Department of Handicare.
Before changing DX bus cables, fuses and/or modules, remove both fuses from the battery compartment, so that the system is
dead.
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DX2-ACT Flash Code List
Note:
These flash codes are the Actuator Module flash codes that are visible on LED 1 of the Actuator Module. They are not the DX
System flash codes that are visible on the DX System status LED on the Master Remote. For DX System flash codes, see DX2
faultfinding table
Flash
Code
Fault
source
Sub
code
(HHP)
00
01
User
01
02
03
none
02
Slow function
battery
00
00
01
02
03
03
Actuator
04
05
06
07
08
All
other
01
02
03
06
Configuration
05
All
other
Meaning
Wizard programming in progress
• Finish programming and then turn the system off and on.
• Make sure that you wait 10 seconds after you have turned the system off before you turn it
on again.
Power Down in progress
• Wait 10 seconds before you turn the system on again.
Joystick source changed to a joystick that is not in the centre position
• Release the joystick to the centre
Invalid Actuator Profile (A-F) or direction demand
• If this happens often, contact the Service Department of Handicare
see DX2 System condition indications
Battery Voltage too low or too high
• Check the batteries and the cables
• Batteries may be empty: charge the batteries
• Batteries may be damaged: replace the batteries
Batteries may be overcharged: if driving downhill, slow down
Internal current or Voltage fault
• Contact the Service Department of Handicare
Actuator motor voltage is not what it should be during drive
Possible motor short circuit
• check the actuator cables for damage
• check that the actuator is not faulty
• Otherwise internal controller fault, contact the Service Department of Handicare
Failed To Stop
Too Many Fast Current Limit Events
Driving Stopped Due To Trip
Internal fault
• Contact the Service Department of Handicare
Module ID collision
• Check that multiple Actuator Modules in the system do not have the same ID
System check failed
Missing system check
DX System internal fault
Actuators will not move when the DX System itself is in a fault state
Internal DX2-ACT configuration fault
• Check DX BUS cables
• Turn the system off and on several times.
Make sure to wait 10 seconds before you turn the system on again.
• If turning the system off and on does not help, contact the Service Department of Handicare
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Sub
code
(HHP)
Meaning
09, 10 DX BUS
All
DX BUS hardware fault
• Check DX BUS cables
• Turn the system off and on several times. Make sure to wait 10
seconds before you turn the system on again.
• If all DX BUS connections are OK and turning the system off and on does not help, contact
the Service Department of Handicare
All
other
All
Contact the Service Department of Handicare
Flash
Code
Fault
source
Internal fault
DX2 System condition indications
Condition
CLAM is enabled
DX System Faults
Master Remote in Fault State
ACI "Flash Code 2"
ACI "Stop (Drive Inhibit)"
ACI "System Slowdown"
ACI "Local Slow"
FC2
ACI in Speed Pot or Speed Limit
mode, with outputs less than 100%
FC2
Module ID Collision
(2 modules with same ID)
ACT Module Missing "Slow1/Slow2"
ACT Module Missing "Stop"
Actuator Module Local Fault
Actuator Module Local Fault
ACI “Slow” function
active
FC6
FC6/9/10,
depending
on actual fault
FC6, No DX BUS
communication
None
None
FC2 on remaining
ACT Module
See DX2-ACT Flash
Code List
FC2
FC2
FC2
DX2-ACT detects CAN Fault
Actuator System
Configuration Faults
DX2-ACT
indication
None, but ACT will
not
drive actuators
DX2-REM550
indication (DX2)
DX-REMG90
indication (DX)
None
None
FC according to
fault
FC according to
fault detected by
Remote
Actuator system will
be "missing"*
FC2, Drive inhibit*
FC2*
FC according to
fault
FC according to
fault detected by
Remote
Not detected
Not detected
Drive Inhibit
Drive Inhibit
None
None
FC2
Drive inhibit
FC2
Reduced speed on
Speedometer
Reduced speed on
Speedometer
FC2
Drive inhibit
FC2
*The REM550 responds to a missing DX2 actuator system if the following parameters are set:
Parameter
Required Value
Actuator System Type
DX2 Actuator System
Actuator System Is Critical Yes
Actuator System Missing
"Stop Drive" or "Slowdown Drive", as desired.
None
None
None
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6.4 VR-2 faultfinding table
Trip Types and Their Possible Causes
Once the trip type has been established, refer to the relevant section below for further information.
Trip code
1320
1505
1506
1600
1E03
1E04
1E05
2C00
2C02
2F00
3B00
3C00
3D00
3D01
3E00
3E01
4401
5400
7A03
7100
7101
7102
7103
7104
7147
7902
Description & Reference
Refer to "Current Limit Active"
Left Selenoid Brake Trip, refer to "Type 9 - Solenoid Brake Trip"
Right Selenoid Brake Trip, refer to "Type 9 - Solenoid Brake Trip"
High Battery Voltage, refer to "Type 10 - High Battery Voltage"
Refer to "Type 6 - Charger Connected"
Refer to "Inhibit 2 Active"
Refer to "Inhibit 3 Active"
Low Battery Voltage, refer to "Type 1 - Low Battery Voltage"
Low Battery Lockout, refer to "Type 1 - Low Battery Voltage"
Refer to sections, refer to "Type 7 - Possible Joystick Trip" & "Joystick Displaced at Power-up"
Left Motor Disconnected, refer to "Type 2 - Left Motor Disconnected"
Right Motor Disconnected, refer to "Type 4 - Right Motor Disconnected"
Left Motor Wiring Trip, refer to "Type 3 - Left Motor Wiring Trip"
Left Motor Wiring Trip, refer to "Type 3 - Left Motor Wiring Trip"
Right Motor Wiring Trip, refer to "Type 5 - Right Motor Wiring Trip"
Right Motor Wiring Trip, refer to "Type 5 - Right Motor Wiring Trip"
Control System Trip, refer to "Type 8 - Possible Control System Trip"
Communications Trip, refer to "Communication Error"
Actuator Motor Wiring Trip, refer to "Actuator Motor Wiring Trip"
Joystick Trip, refer to "Type 7 - Possible Joystick Trip"
Joystick Trip, refer to "Type 7 - Possible Joystick Trip"
Joystick Trip, refer to "Type 7 - Possible Joystick Trip"
Joystick Trip, refer to "Type 7 - Possible Joystick Trip"
Joystick Trip, refer to "Type 7 - Possible Joystick Trip"
Dual Joystick Displaced Refer to "Joystick Displaced at Power-up"
Refer to "High Temperature"
Possible Control System Trip,
All Other Codes 7 or 8
refer to "Type 7 - Possible Joystick Trip" & "Type 8 - Possible Control System Trip"
* - S = Flashing Speed Indicator LED's.
** - A = Flashing Actuator LED's
Trip
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
Trip Type
9
9
10
Charging
6
Charging
1
User
2
4
3
3
5
5
8
7+S*
A Only **
7
7
7
7
7
User
-
Possible cause
Low Battery Voltage
Left Motor Disconnected
Left Motor Wiring Trip
Remedy
This occurs when the control system detects that the battery voltage has fallen below
16V. Check the condition of the batteries and the connections to the control system.
If the trip is still present after the batteries and connections have been checked, then
the Power Module may be defective. Refer to Section 5. In the case of 2C02 the
Control System is making a log of the times that the Low Battery Lockout has been
initiated.
This occurs when the control system detects that the left motor has become
disconnected. Check the left motor, motor connectors and wiring. If the trip is still
present after the above checks have been made, then the Power Module may be
defective. Refer to Section 5. The VR-2 control system may be programmed to
exchange the left and right motor outputs. In this instance, this section will refer to
the right motor. Consult the wheelchair manufacturer for more details.
This occurs when the control system detects a fault in the wiring to the left motor. In
particular if a motor connection has short-circuited to a battery connection. Check
the left motor connectors and wiring. If the trip is still present after the above checks
have been made, then the Power Module may be defective. Refer to Section
5. The VR-2 control system may be programmed to exchange the left and right
motor outputs. In this instance, this section will refer to the right motor. Consult the
wheelchair manufacturer for more details.
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Trip
Type 4
Type 5
Type 6
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Possible cause
Right Motor Disconnected
Right Motor Wiring Trip
Charger Connected
Remedy
This occurs when the control system detects that the right motor has become
disconnected. Check the right motor, motor connectors and wiring. If the trip is still
present after the above checks have been made, then the Power Module may be
defective. Refer to Section 5. The VR-2 control system may be programmed to
exchange the left and right motor outputs. In this instance, this section will refer to
the left motor. Consult the wheelchair manufacturer for more details.
This occurs when the control system detects a fault in the wiring to the right motor.
In particular if a motor connection has short-circuited to a battery connection. Check
the right motor connectors and wiring. If the trip is still present after the above
checks have been made, then the Power Module may be defective. Refer to Section
5. The VR-2 control system may be programmed to exchange the left and right
motor outputs. In this instance, this section will refer to the left motor. Consult the
wheelchair manufacturer for more details.
This occurs when the control system detects that an off-board charger is connected.
Check that the battery charger is disconnected. If the trip is still present after the
charger has been disconnected then the Joystick Module may be defective. Refer to
Section 5.
This occurs if the control system detects a problem within its own joystick, or
there is a communications error between the Joystick Module and Power Module.
The joystick can only be replaced by a person authorized by the wheelchair
manufacturer.
Type 7
Possible Joystick Trip
Type 8
Possible Control System Trip
7100 Loss of comms to the joystick, check the joystick cable and, if you have
authorization the joystick ribbon cable, connections and mating sockets.
7101 Loss of comms to the joystick, check the joystick cable and, if you have
authorization the joystick ribbon cable, connections and mating sockets.
7102 Loss of power to the joystick, check check the joystick cable and, if you
have authorization the joystick ribbon cable, connections and mating
sockets.
7103 Internal trip, if you have authorization check the joystick ribbon cable,
connections and mating sockets. Ensure the cable is connected correctly to
both the joystick and the PCB.
7104 Internal trip, if you have authorization check the joystick ribbon cable,
connections and mating sockets. Ensure the cable is connected correctly to
both the joystick and the PCB.
Refer to Section 1.2 for details on removal, fitting and calibration of the joystick. If the
trip is still present after the appropriate checks have been made then the Joystick
Module may be defective. Refer to Section 5.
This occurs if the control system detects a problem within itself. The control system
can only be repaired by an authorized person. Refer to Section 5.
This occurs when the control system detects a problem in the solenoid brakes of the
connections to them.
Type 9
Type 10
Solenoid Brake Trip
High Battery Voltage
1505 - Left Brake Trip
1506 - Right Brake Trip
Check these connections and the solenoid brakes. If the trip is still present after the
above checks have been made, then the Power Module may be defective. Refer to
Section 5.
This occurs when the control system detects that the battery voltage has risen
above 35V. The most common reason for this are overcharging of the battery or bad
connections between the control system and the batteries. If the trip is still present
after the batteries and connections have been checked, then the Power Module may
be defective. Refer to Section 5.
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Possible cause
Joystick Displaced at
Power-up
Communication Error
Inhibit 2 Active
Inhibit 3 Active
Actuator Motor Wiring Trip
Current Limit Active
High Temperature
Puma 20/40
Remedy
The most common cause of this trip is if the joystick is deflected away from the center when the
control system is being switched on. When the control system is switched on, the battery gauge
will blink for a short time. Check that the user is not deflecting the joystick before the blink finishes.
If the problem persists, refer to section .37.
The most likely cause of a communication error is a defective cable between the Power Module
and the Joystick Module. The cable should be checked for damage, and replaced if found to
have a fault. The Joystick Cable can only be replaced by a person authorized by the wheelchair
manufacturer. Refer to Section 1.3 for the replacement procedure.
If the problem persists then either the Power Module or the Joystick Module could be defective.
Refer to Section 5.
This occurs when the Inhibit 2 Input is active. The Inhibit 2 input is via the INH-2 way connector
and is normally associated with speed limit or actuator functions. The operation of Inhibit 2 will
depend upon the programmed settings and the wheelchair on which it is being used. Check all
wiring and switches connected to Inhibit 2. If these appear to be in working order, then the Power
Module may be defective. Refer to Section 5.
This occurs when the Inhibit 3 Input is active. The Inhibit 3 input is via the 3 way on-board charger
(OBC) and is normally associated with this function. The operation of Inhibit 3 will depend upon
the programmed settings and the wheelchair on which it is being used. Check all wiring, switches
and OBC (if fitted) connected to Inhibit 3. If these appear to be in working order, then the Power
Module may be defective. Refer to Section 5.
This occurs when the control system detects a fault in the wiring to either actuator motor. Check
the motor connectors and wiring. If the trip is still present after the above checks have been made,
then the Power Module may be defective. Refer to Section 5.
This occurs when the control system operates above the Current Limit Threshold for a periode of
time greater than the Current Limit Time. It has been designed to notify the Healthcare Technician
that the control system has operated outside of its programmed range.
This occurs when the control system reaches its Temperature Threshold and thus becomes to
hot. The controller will not allow drive until the controller to cooled down. An entry is made in the
system log each time the controller gets too hot and goes out of drive.
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Technical product information
7.1 CE Declaration and standards
This product complies with the COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 93/42/EEC of 14 June 1993
concerning medical devices. The product also meets the following requirements and standards. This
has been verified by independent test organizations.
Standard
EU guideline
93/42 EEC
Definition/description
Test dummy weight
93/42 EEC Requirements as stated in Appendix 1 apply n/a
n/a
NEN-EN 12182
The EN 12182 requirements as stated in NEN-EN 12184 (2009):
Technical aids for disabled persons - General requirements and
test methods October 1999
160 kg
NEN-EN 12184
(2009)
Class B
Electrically powered wheelchairs, scooters and their chargers Requirements and test methods October 2009
160 kg
ISO 7176-8
ISO 7176-9
ISO 7176-14
ISO 7176-16
ISO 7176-19
(2008)
Requirements and test methods for impact, static and fatigue
strengths July 1998
Climatic tests for electric wheelchairs IPX4
Requirements and test methods for power and control systems
for electrically powered wheelchairs 1997
Requirements for resistance to ignition of upholstered parts May 1997
The Puma 40/20 meets the crash test requirements as described in
ISO 7176-19 (2008)
160 kg
n/a
n/a
n/a
75 kg
7.2 Technical information
Batteries
Max.
Unit
Maximum battery dimensions 2
260 x 172 x 210
(10.25 x 6.75 x 8.25)
mm
inch
Battery capacity
40 / 60 / 74 GEL; 50 AGM
Ah (C20)
Maximum permissible charging voltage
24
V
Maximum charging current
12
A (rms)
Connector type
Controller
Insulation Class 2 double insulated
Class 2 double insulated
Model
PUMA 40
Class
B
Description
Total length including legrests
Total width 13” drive wheels
Total width 14” drive wheels
Total weight without batteries:
Batteries 40 Ah (C20) (set of two)
Batteries 50 Ah (C20) (set of two)
Batteries 60 Ah (C20) (set of two)
Batteries 74 Ah (C20) (set of two)
Electrical high/low adjustment
Electrical tilt adjustment
Electrically reclining backrest
Electrically elevating legrests
Puncture-proof drive wheels (set of two)
Transport weight of the heaviest part
Maximum safe slope
Unit
mm (inch)
mm (inch)
mm (inch)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
° (%)
FWD
1190 (46.9)
610 (24)
655 (25.8)
RWD
1115 (43.9)
97,6 (15.4)
+ 28,4 (4.5)
+ 29,6 (4.7)
+ 34,6 (5.5)
+ 45,8 (7.2)
+ 18,8 (3)
+ 9,8 (1.5)
+ 1,5 (3.3)
+ 4 (8.8)
+ 8,4 (1.3)
97,6 (15.4)
10 (17.6)
* The following aspects have a negative effect on the distance range: obstacles, rugged terrain, driving on slopes, exposure to temperatures
below freezing point and frequent use of electronic adjustment options.
** Seat height incl. load, 0° seat angle and 14” drive wheels
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Model
PUMA 40
Class
Description
Static stability
Downwards
Upwards
Sidewards
B
Unit
°
°
°
mm (inch)
Distance range* 74 Ah (C20) approx. (ISO 7176-4)
6 km/h
10 km/h
Climbing capacity for obstacles (outdoor)
Maximum speed forwards
Seat angle adjustment
Effective seat depth
Effective seat width
Seat height (excl. cushion)**
Seat height (incl. cushion)**
Backrest angle
Backrest height
Lower leg length
FWD
km (mi.)
km (mi.)
mm (inch)
km/h
°
mm (inch)
mm (inch)
mm (inch)
mm (inch)
°
mm (inch)
mm (inch)
RWD
15
15
15
1200 (47.2)
60 (2.4)
1330 (52.4)
36 (22.4)
27 (16.8)
80 (3.1)
6 / 10
0-6
420 - 600 (16.5 - 23.6)
420 - 540 (16.5 - 21.3)
415 (16.3)
485 (19.1)
89 - 118
500 - 640 (19.7 - 25.2)
350 - 515 (13.8 - 20.3)
* The following aspects have a negative effect on the distance range: obstacles, rugged terrain, driving on slopes, exposure to temperatures
below freezing point and frequent use of electronic adjustment options.
** Seat height incl. load, 0° seat angle and 14” drive wheels
Model
PUMA 20
Class
Description
Total length including legrests
Total width 13” drive wheels
Total width 14” drive wheels
Total weight without batteries:
Batteries 40 Ah (C20) (set of two)
Batteries 50 Ah (C20) (set of two)
Batteries 60 Ah (C20) (set of two)
Batteries 74 Ah (C20) (set of two)
Electrical tilt adjustment
Puncture-proof drive wheels (set of two)
Transport weight of the heaviest part
Maximum safe slope
Static stability
Downwards
Upwards
Sidewards
B
Unit
mm (inch)
mm (inch)
mm (inch)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
kg (lbs.)
° (%)
FWD
1160 (45.7)
610 (24)
655 (25.8)
77,6 (12.2)
+ 28,4 (4.5)
+ 29,6 (4.7)
+ 34,6 (5.5)
+ 45,8 (7.2)
+ 6,5 (1)
+ 2 (0.3)
77,6 (12.2)
10 (17.6)
°
°
°
mm (inch)
Distance range* 74 Ah (C20) approx. (ISO 7176-4)
6 km/h
10 km/h
Climbing capacity for obstacles (outdoor)
Maximum speed forwards
Seat angle adjustment
km (mi.)
km (mi.)
mm (inch)
km/h
°
Effective seat depth
mm (inch)
Effective seat width
Seat height (excl. cushion)**
Seat height (incl. cushion)**
Backrest angle
Backrest height
Lower leg length
mm (inch)
mm (inch)
mm (inch)
°
mm (inch)
mm (inch)
RWD
1095 (43.1)
15
15
15
1200 (47.2)
60 (2.4)
1330 (52.4)
36 (22.4)
27 (16.8)
80 (3.1)
6 / 10
0-6
420 / 440 / 460 / 480 / 500
(16.5 / 17.3 / 18.1 / 18.9 / 19.7)
420 - 510 (16.5 - 20.1)
405 (15.9)
455 (17.9)
92 / 97 / 102 / 107
480 (18.9)
360 - 460 (14.2 - 18.1)
* The following aspects have a negative effect on the distance range: obstacles, rugged terrain, driving on slopes, exposure to temperatures
below freezing point and frequent use of electronic adjustment options.
** Seat height incl. load, 0° seat angle and 14” drive wheels
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7.3 Electrical diagram
Shark; drive only
To determine the correct remote control, power module, bus and cables for the Shark system in all possible models, please follow
the questionary in the Shark-flowchart on page 23.
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Shark; drive and lights
To determine the correct remote control, power module, bus and cables for the Shark system in all possible models, please follow
the questionary in the Shark-flowchart on page 23.
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Shark; drive, lights & seats
To determine the correct remote control, power module, bus and cables for the Shark system in all possible models, please follow
the questionary in the Shark-flowchart on page 23.
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DX2
To determine the correct remote control, power module, bus and cables for the DX2 system in all possible models, please follow
the questionary in the DX2 flowchart on page 27.
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R-net
To determine the correct remote control, power module, bus and cables for the R-net system in all possible models, please follow
the questionary in the R-net flowchart on page 25.
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VR-2; drive only
To determine the correct remote control, power module, bus and cables for the VR-2 system in all possible models, please follow
the questionary in the VR-2 flowchart on page 29.
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VR-2; drive & lights
To determine the correct remote control, power module, bus and cables for the VR-2 system in all possible models, please follow
the questionary in the VR-2 flowchart on page 29.
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VR-2; drive, lights & seats
To determine the correct remote control, power module, bus and cables for the VR-2 system in all possible models, please follow
the questionary in the VR-2 flowchart on page 29.
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Warranty
8.1 Provisions of warranty
In the warranty and liability provisions the following terms are defined as follows:
• Product: The manual or electric wheelchair or scooter manufactured and supplied by Handicare.
• Customer: The person who directly obtains a product from Handicare.
• Dealer: The person who supplies a product obtained from Handicare to third parties.
• User: The person who uses a product manufactured by Handicare.
Irrespective of what has been determined concerning warranty conditions in the general
terms and conditions applicable to the product, the following shall in any case apply with regard to the warranty:
1. Except insofar as described otherwise in the provisions below, Handicare guarantees the product for its suitability for the
purpose for which the product is intended - all of these points as described in this manual - and for the quality of the material of
which the product is made and the manner in which the product is manufactured.
2. Repairs or replacement of parts of the product that may be necessary as a result of faults that are based on qualitatively faulty
material or manufacturing errors shall be carried out free of charge, as long as such faults occurred within one (1) year of the
date of delivery of the product to the Customer. The parts to be replaced must be shipped post-paid to Handicare.
Disassembly or assembly of these parts shall be at the expense of the Customer.
Therefore the following cases shall not be eligible for free repair or replacement as referred to in the previous sentence:
A. Repair or replacement that is necessary in connection with faults that arise after one (1) year from the date of delivery of the
product to the Customer;
B. Repair or replacement that is required in connection with faults due to improper or careless use of the product or that are
based on the product being used for another purpose than the one for which it is intended, in which regard it shall apply that
if the Customer is a Dealer, this Dealer shall indemnify Handicare against possible claims from Users or other third parties for
faults based on an incorrect or careless use of the product;
C. Parts that are subject to wear, and the need for repair or replacement of the parts is the actual consequence of normal wear.
3. Irrespective of that stipulated under 2, as far as an electric product is concerned it shall apply that, with regard to the battery
that forms part of the product, warranty is only given in case of faults or non-functioning of the battery that are demonstrably
the direct consequence of material or manufacturing errors. A fault or non-functioning of the battery as a result of normal wear
is not covered by the warranty as referred to in these warranty provisions. Similarly not covered by the warranty are faults or
non-functioning that are the consequence of improper or unprofessional use of the product or the battery that is part of the
product, including the incorrect charging of the battery and the failure to carry out timely and proper maintenance, in which
context it shall also apply that if the Customer is a Dealer, this Dealer shall indemnify Handicare against possible claims from
Users or other third parties that are based on the above-mentioned improper or unprofessional use of the product or the battery
that is part of the product.
4. The warranty conditions as stated in the above provisions shall in any case become null and void if:
A. Handicare’s guidelines for the maintenance of the product have not, or have insufficiently, been followed;
B. A necessary repair or replacement of parts is based on neglect, damage or abuse of the product or a use of the product
for another purpose than the one for which it was intended;
C. Parts of the product have been replaced by parts of another origin than those which Handicare uses and/or parts of the
product have been replaced without the permission of Handicare.
5. The warranties as stated in provisions 1 to 3 also become null and void in the case of re-use by a new user within the warranty
period and when such re-use necessitates adaptations to the product and those adaptations were not carried out on the
instructions of and/or at the order of Handicare.
6. To retain rights under the above delineated warranties, the Customer must, in the case of damage or other calamities,
contact Handicare as quickly as possible and provide Handicare with as much information as possible. The possibility of
taking recourse to the above-mentioned warranty conditions shall in any case become null and void for the Customer after 20
workdays following the date of the claim incident or the calamity forming the basis for recourse to the guarantee.
7. The replacement of a part or the repair or the reconditioning of the product within the period a warranty period shall not extend
the warranty period.
8. Handicare gives no warranty on repair to or reconditioning of the product carried out other than under order of and/or on the
instructions of Handicare. If repairs and/or reconditioning are carried out by or on §behalf of a Customer, the Customer shall
indemnify Handicare with respect to claims made by third parties which, in the broadest sense of the word, result from such
repairs or reconditioning.
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8.2 Liability provisions
Irrespective of what is determined regarding liability in the general terms and conditions applicable to the product, the following
shall in any case apply with regard to liability:
1. Taking into consideration the following provisions, Handicare shall only accept liability for loss due to death or physical injury
that is the result of a defect in the product for which Handicare is responsible and for damage to another object that is the
private property of the user of the product, as long as said loss is the direct result of a fault in the product.
2. Handicare accepts no other or further liability than delineated under 1. In particular Handicare accepts no liability for
consequential damage, in any form whatsoever.
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Version Page
2011 V1
2012 V1
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Changes
Added warning 'Interference between carrier and tilt module at the lowest seat height'
Deleted Sedeo Lite and Pro part. Became a seperated manual.
Added article numbers 1007080, 9006237, 00000.4042 and 00000.4035 (position 14a - 14d,
socket head screws)
Added article numbers 9002784, 9006360 and 9006452 (position 32, 37 and 38)
Added article numbers 9006781 till 9006790 Motor 4-pole Alpine
Added article numbers 9002784, 9006361 and 9005107 (position 39, 44a and 44b)
Changed article number 9005987 castor wheels outdoor into right version and added 9006820
left version
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