Medema Mobility Scooter User manual

User Manual
Mini Crosser M1
medemagroup
P9-0155-B ver. 2.0.5 - September 2013
GB
Medema Production A/S
Serial number: ___-______________-______-_______
Delivery date: ________________ Year 20______
This vehicle was supplied by:
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Contents
Symbols.................................................................................. 4
Warning! ................................................................................. 4
Contagion!.............................................................................. 4
Introduction............................................................................ 5
Declaration of conformity ..................................................... 6
Control panel ......................................................................... 7
Preparations / Adjustments prior to use ............................. 9
Electric seat adjustment ....................................................... 10
Seat rotation........................................................................... 11
Steering column .................................................................... 12
Serial number......................................................................... 13
Driving the Mini Crosser M1 ................................................. 14
Specific driving situations .................................................... 20
Long hills/difficult ground .................................................... 22
Anti-tilt wheels / stabilisers .................................................. 23
General care and maintenance ............................................ 24
Insurance................................................................................ 25
Batteries ................................................................................. 26
Charging ................................................................................. 26
Battery disposal..................................................................... 28
Storage ................................................................................... 28
Cleaning ................................................................................. 28
Changing the wheels............................................................. 29
Fuses ...................................................................................... 34
Brakes..................................................................................... 35
Disengagement ...................................................................... 36
Transporting by motor vehicle ............................................. 37
Securing to vehicle floor with belts ..................................... 38
Transporting by plane ........................................................... 41
Towing .................................................................................... 41
Dimensioned drawing, Mini Crosser M1 3W ........................ 42
Dimensioned drawing, Mini Crosser M1 4W ........................ 43
Introduction to seats - Ergo Standard ................................. 44
Introduction to the EBLO seat.............................................. 46
Troubleshooting .................................................................... 48
Programming ......................................................................... 51
Technical data ........................................................................ 51
International addresses ........................................................ 54
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Symbols
Used in the manual to indicate sections describing situations
where extra care is required owing to the risk of personal injury.
Used to indicate sections on electromagnetic compatibility
(EMC).
Warning!
For safety reasons the vehicle must not be lent to persons who
are not completely familiar with it. The vehicle is designed for
one person only.
The Mini Crosser M1 has been designed for users weighing
max. 175 kg. Can be supplied in a HD version as standard for a
max person weight of 250 kg.
Contagion!
Note!
The tires can sometimes rub off on floor coverings, particularly
linoleum. Medema Production assumes no responsibility in
case of contagion.
To prevent this, we recommend that you protect delicate floors
with some sort of driving surface.
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Introduction
Congratulations on your new Mini Crosser M1 electric mobility scooter.
You have now taken possession of an electric mobility scooter
developed for outdoor driving by active users. It is what is
called a Class C vehicle in accordance with the European
classification of electric scooters.
For optimum enjoyment of this vehicle - and to avoid
breakdowns and accidents - we recommend that you read this
User Manual carefully. As a new user, you should pay particular
attention to the section entitled “Driving the Mini Crosser M1”.
The Mini Crosser M1 is designed for safe travel for at least 10 years,
up to a max. of 5,000 hours, provided it is serviced and safetychecked every year, corresponding to 500 hours of operation. The
service must be carried out by an authorised workshop.
IMPORTANT! For safety reasons it is of the utmost importance
that service and safety check intervals are complied with, as
this minimises the risk of brake failure and short-circuits in the
wiring, which could generate heat and cause a fire.
We offer a wide range of accessories for the Mini Crosser M1
that can make everyday life easier for you. You are always
welcome to contact us for further information on special
accessories and adaptations.
Medema Production A/S is not responsible for any damage or injuries
caused by inappropriate or unsafe use of the Mini Crosser M1.
If you have any further questions about the Mini Crosser M1 or
this User Manual, you are always welcome to get in touch. Our
contact details are as follows:
Medema Production A/S
Tel: +45 7010 2054
Email: info@minicrosser.com
Internet: www.medema.com
NB: Errors and omissions excepted. We reserve the right to
update this manual as required.
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Declaration of conformity
Medema Production A/S hereby declares that:
Machine:
Mini Crosser
Use:
(Prescribed use in
User Manual)
Model No:
M1
Complies with the Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC
The product is made in accordance with the harmonized
standard EN 12184 - Electrically powered wheelchairs, scooters
and their chargers.
The product is risk analysed in accordance with the harmonized
standard DS/EN ISO 14971:2007-04-10 2. edition - Medical
devices - Application of risk management to medical devices.
The Mini Crosser can, for a fee, be taken to the nearest
dealer for disposal in accordance with current environmental
regulations.
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Manufacturer:
Medema Production A/S
Address:
Enggårdvej 7, DK-7400 Herning
Tel./Fax
+45 7010 2054 +45 9716 8582
Date: 12.04.2010
Signature: _____________________
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Control panel
Avoid subjecting the control panel to jarring and knocks. Take
care when driving and avoid hitting obstacles.
The manufacturer accepts no liability in respect of the
unauthorised opening, adjustment or modification of the control
panel.
Battery indicator
Hazard warning lights
Light switch
Speed selector
Handbrake
Indicator lights, R/L
Indicator lights,
R/L
Accelerator
(four-finger control)
Horn
Horn
Lever for adjusting the angle of the
handlebars
Charging socket
Key switch
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Designation
Description
Key switch
To start the vehicle:
Turn the key to driving position (1) When the Mini Crosser
is turned on, the control system performs a safety check of
the electrical system. The check lasts half a second. If the
accelerator is operated during this time, the Mini Crosser will not
be able to move until you have turned the key to 0 and back to 1.
Speed selector
The tortoise in minimum position indicates the lowest speed
range. 0-6 km/h
The hare in maximum position indicates the highest speed
range. Up to 15 km/h
Battery indicator
Lights up when the key is turned. Indicates, after half a
second, the battery charge level. It gives a more precise
indication after approx. 1 minute of driving. When the red,
amber and green sections are lit, the batteries are fully
charged. When the indicator is at the bottom of the amber
section, the batteries should be charged as soon as possible.
If only the red section is lit or flashing, the batteries must be
charged immediately.
Handbrake
Acts on the rear wheel and should only be used as an extra
/emergency brake and parking brake. It can be secured in
locked position. Also available as a foot brake.
Accelerator
Activate the arm at the front slowly and the Mini Crosser will
start to move forwards. The more the arm is pressed, the faster
the Mini Crosser will move. When the arm is released, it will flip
back to starting position of its own accord and the Mini Crosser
will stop. Activating the rear arm will cause the Mini Crosser to
reverse. The magnetic brake on the rear wheels will engage
when the scooter is stationary and is equivalent to the parking
brake on a car. The accelerator can also be used to control
speed downhill. In this case the motor will act as a brake.
(See picture
below)
Light switch
Turns on the front and rear lights. The key switch must be in
position 1 (driving position).
Hazard warning
lights
Turns on all the indicator lights at once. Also works when the
key is removed or turned to position 0 (stop position).
Indicator switch
Left arrow: indicator, left-hand side. Right arrow: indicator, righthand side. Activate the same switch to turn the indicators off.
Horn
Powerful electric horn. Press the horn switch to activate.
Charging socket
Turn off the key switch during charging. Please note that it is
not possible to drive the scooter while the batteries are charging. See also the section entitled “Batteries and charging”.
Accelerator
(four-finger control)
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Preparations / Adjustments prior to use
Adjusting the height of the seat
Lift the seat off and remove the rear cover. Pull the release out
and adjust the seat tube to the desired position. See the picture
on the next page. Check that the seat height is correct and let
go of the release. Move the seat tube up/down until the release
clicks into a hole.
Make sure you keep your back straight when lifting the seat,
which is very heavy. (See below.)
Lift the seat off the seat tube.
The release button pressed in. Press the
button out to release the seat tube.
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Release button pressed out. Now the
seat tube can be moved up/down to
the height you wish. Press the release
button again and make sure it is fitted in
one of the 5 holes in the seat tube.
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Seat tube
Release
Seat tube in top position. There are five
holes for adjusting the seat tube. The
release must be in a hole for the seat to
be stable.
Electric seat adjustment
The Mini Crosser can be fitted with electric seat adjustment as
an optional extra.
To raise the seat, press the switch up. To lower the seat, press
the switch down. If the switch is released, the seat will stop
automatically. (See figure below.)
For safety reasons, a switch has been incorporated that
reduces the speed by 50% when the seat is raised more than
7.5 cm.
Switch for electric
seat adjustment
Electric seat adjustment. If the switch is pressed up, the seat
is raised. If the switch is pressed down, the seat is lowered.
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Seat rotation
Pull the release lever back. The seat can be rotated 90° to
either side. When the lever is released, it engages with the seat
and holds it in place at 45° intervals.
Other seats that can be supplied for the Mini Crosser work on
similar principles. The release lever is normally mounted on the
right, but can be put on the left if so wished.
IMPORTANT!
The Mini Crosser is most stable when the seat is in its lowest
position. Always drive carefully when the seat is raised. Never
use the seat adjustment when driving on an uneven surface or
in hilly terrain.
Take extra care when lowering the seat on a Mini Crosser using
electric seat adjustment. Make sure that nothing is trapped in
the space between the seat and the chassis.
Avoid trapping anything when lowering the seat.
Release lever for seat rotation. Release lever for seat forward/back.
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Steering column
Can be adjusted forward/back with the release lever. Pull down
on the lever and pull the handlebars closer for a good driving
position. Use the lever again and push the steering column
forward to make it easier to get out.
The height of the steering column can be adjusted approx. 11
cm up/down. First remove the rubber plug covering the Allen
screw. Adjust the height using a 4 mm Allen key.
This applies to both the 3W and the 4W model. Remember to
retighten properly after adjusting.
Adjusting the angle of
the handlebars. Applies
to both the 3W and the
4W model.
Lever for adjusting the angle of
the handlebars
Adjusting the height of
the handlebars. Applies
to both the 3W and the
4W model.
Allen screw for height
adjustment
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Serial number
All vehicles have a serial number plate showing the year of
production and serial number. The same serial number can also
be found on the front of the User Manual.
Please quote this number when making inquiries about
servicing, spare parts, etc.
Maximum user weight
Model description
Vehicle’s unladen weight inc.
batteries and seat
Serial number
Year of production
Max. speed
Position of serial number plate on vehicle.
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Driving the Mini Crosser M1
Getting in and out
It is important to learn a safe technique for getting in and out of
the Mini Crosser.
In general the following method should be followed:
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Make sure that the Mini Crosser M1 is off (switch turned to 0)
when getting in and out, otherwise the Mini Crosser could start if
the accelerator was touched inadvertently.
Make sure that the brake is on. (Lever for disengaging motor in
top position.)
Put the steering column in vertical position.
If necessary, turn the seat through 45° or 90° and make sure that
it is locked in position (clicked into place).
If necessary, raise the armrest.
For some users the assistance of an attendant can be
recommended. The attendant should:
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Take care not to injure him/herself when lifting/lowering/supporting
the user.
Make sure that the Mini Crosser is stable and unable to move.
Turn off the Mini Crosser and check that the brake is on and the
seat has been rotated until it clicks into place at either 45° or 90°.
Make sure that the seat the user is being moved to is stable.
IMPORTANT!
The Mini Crosser will turn
itself off automatically after
it has been stationary for
10 minutes even if the key
has been turned to driving
position. The battery indicator
flashes with 6 lamps at a rate
of about 3 seconds.
To restart the vehicle, the
key must be turned to stop
position (0) and then to driving
position (1).
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Turn the Mini Crosser off, return the
steering column to upright position, rotate
the seat and raise the armrest.
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Braking systems
There are three braking systems on the Mini Crosser:
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Motor brake - adjusts vehicle speed also when going downhill.
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Magnetic brake - the magnetic brake is automatic and
engages when the Mini Crosser stops. In an emergency,
the Mini Crosser can be stopped instantaneously by turning
the key switch. Please note that this will cause very sharp
braking. The rear wheels will lock.
Must NOT be used in the normal course of driving.
The brake must never be disengaged mechanically using
the disengagement lever on a slope. This function is only
designed for use when pushing the Mini Crosser on a flat
road.
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Electric safety brake - if the brake is somehow disengaged on
a slope/hill, the Mini Crosser will brake automatically when it
reaches a certain speed. There is an electric safety feature in the
control system, which works even if the battery is disconnected.
This is also the reason why the Mini Crosser cannot be towed at
more than 5 km/h. See the section about towing.
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Handbrake - intended as an emergency brake and parking
brake. It must be operated with caution when driving in
slippery conditions and downhill.
When using the handbrake as a parking
brake, lock it in braking position by
pressing the button in while applying the
brake.
To release the brake, press the button
again.
Handbrake lock
General safety advice
Make sure that the backrest is upright and the seat is as low as
possible.
Positioning belts are recommended if the user is unable to
maintain a good driving posture independently.
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Adjust your driving to road conditions. Take account of light,
traffic and weather. Be particularly careful when driving in the
dark or in bad weather, such as rain or snow. Avoid driving on
gradients with poor surfaces, such as: snow, ice, new-mown
grass, wet grass and wet leaves.
Never drive when under the influence. This applies not only to
alcohol, but also to drugs and medicines.
Reduce speed immediately if you feel you are losing control.
Always use the indicators when changing direction.
Check that lights and indicators are working before driving off.
Use your lights when driving after lighting-up time.
As far as possible, grip the handlebars firmly with both hands.
Take care not to have anything in the basket at the front that
might inadvertently operate the accelerator.
WARNING! Do not lower the handlebars so far that the
accelerator can hit you on the leg when you turn the vehicle and
so be operated in advertently. If the handlebars need to be very
low, a twist grip accelerator is recommended. This is particularly
relevant if leg supports are being used.
ALWAYS switch the scooter off when it is not in use. Turn the
key to 0.
Driving
Even though the Mini Crosser is very stable, it can tip over.
Avoid sudden changes of speed and direction when travelling at
high speed, on poor surfaces and, not least, on slopes.
For short distances the Mini Crosser can drive up steeper
gradients than it has been tested as dynamically stable for. The
same applies to driving down such gradients. In such cases
there is an increased risk of the Mini Crosser tilting and even
tipping over. So be extra careful in following the driving tips
given below.
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Anti-tilt wheels are recommended for driving in very hilly terrain.
(Optional extra)
New users are urged to practise the following in an area where
there is no other traffic:
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Set the Mini Crosser to low speed. Drive forwards and backwards.
Gradually turn the speed selector up and feel the change in the
speed of the Mini Crosser.
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Practise starting and braking. Get used to the Mini Crosser’s
response time.
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Practise driving in a narrow space, similar to inside a shop or
through a door.
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Practise turning, and get a sense of how much space is required.
Always drive slowly when turning. Practise reversing too.
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Practise cornering and driving over obstacles and on slopes.
Always drive straight up/down kerbs and ramps. Never at an
angle. See the illustrations on the following pages.
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Try braking at different speeds and notice the stopping distances.
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If possible, try driving on different surfaces (road, grass and
gravel).
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Practise assessing how far you can drive on a single battery
charge. Note how quickly the battery indicator changes from
green to amber to red.
Note!
The driving distance of the scooter will be reduced when driving
in hilly districts, into a head wind, in cold weather and with low
tyre pressure.
Traffic regulations
The traffic legislation for scooters varies from country to
country. Before starting to use the vehicle outdoors, it is the
user’s responsibility to familiarise him/herself with the relevant
legislation.
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The following rules apply in Denmark:
Mobility vehicles such as the Mini Crosser with a maximum
speed of up to 15 km/h count as cycles in traffic legislation and
the traffic regulations for cycles must be followed at speeds in
excess of 6 km/h.
At speeds of up to 6 km/h the Mini Crosser is regarded as a
“pedestrian”, and it is permissible to travel on the pavement at
this speed. “Tortoise” speed corresponds to approx. 6 km/h.
Lights must only be used during lighting-up time. Crash helmet
and seat belts are not compulsory.
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Electromagnetic compatibility
If the Mini Crosser starts making involuntary movements or if
the brakes are released, turn the Mini Crosser off as soon as it
is safe to do so. In certain circumstances a Mini Crosser can set
off shop alarms.
The Mini Crosser satisfies the requirements for the use of
scooters in an environment with electromagnetic noise. There
may, however, be rare situations in which electromagnetic noise
can affect the Mini Crosser. Sources of such noise include radio
and television stations, amateur radio transmitters and mobile
phones.
If such equipment is being used close by, it is recommended
that the Mini Crosser is switched off. Mobile phones should not
be used while driving.
When driving in traffic...
Be particularly aware of the following when driving in traffic:
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The Mini Crosser is a low vehicle and not always easy for other
road users to see. Make quite sure that other road users have
seen you before driving onto the highway.
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Keep an eye on traffic behind you. Keep well over to the side of
the road when driving on busy roads.
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Turning right and left at crossroads. Be aware of cyclists and
pedestrians. Follow the rules of the road for cyclists.
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How quickly things are happening. How long do the lights stay
green? How quickly are cars approaching? etc.
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Specific driving situations
Up kerbs
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Stop at right angles to the kerbstone about 5-10 cm away from it.
Keep an eye on other road users.
Lean forwards.
Accelerate moderately so that your vehicle can overcome the
obstacle. Do not stop halfway, but reduce speed once the vehicle
is up.
If the kerb is too high, do not try again, but find an alternative
route.
Down kerbs
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Lean back.
If you are driving onto a road with traffic, keep an eye on other
road users.
Drive forwards and down the kerb at low speed. Make sure that
your anti-tilt wheels (if fitted) do not catch on the edge.
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Up a ramp/hill
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There is a risk of tipping over backwards if the seat is pushed
back when you start driving up a slope, e.g. a ramp.
Pull the seat forward! Check that any ramp is stable.
Lean forwards.
Accelerate moderately so that your vehicle can overcome the
obstacle. Do not stop halfway. Reduce speed once the vehicle is
up. If you need to start on a hill, accelerate slowly so as not to tip
over backwards.
Down a ramp/hill
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Check that any ramp is stable.
Lean back.
Drive slowly down. Avoid stopping midway on short, steep slopes.
On long hills, it is advisable to stop every now and again if you
feel your speed is getting too high.
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Across a slope
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Lean into the slope.
Avoid sudden and sharp movements. This is particularly relevant
when reversing.
Always drive at low speed.
Long hills/difficult ground
The Mini Crosser is at risk of overheating on very long and
steep hills or on very soft ground, possibly also combined with
high user weight.
To protect the Mini Crosser motor from overheating, there is a
built-in thermoswitch, which initially sets the Mini Crosser to half
speed.
However, if you carry on moving over difficult ground, the Mini
Crosser will at some stage stop completely, and the battery
indicator will flash with 6 lamps. The Mini Crosser must be left
to cool down for 3-5 minutes before it can start again.
To reset the fault, switch off the Mini Crosser then turn it on
again.
If the Mini Crosser has not had long enough to cool down when
it is restarted, it will initially only run at half speed.
Note:
The situation described above will never happen in normal use.
It only happens if the conditions are extremely challenging.
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Anti-tilt wheels / stabilisers
The Mini Crosser is a very stable vehicle. HOWEVER, in the
case of incorrect weight distribution or careless driving there is
a risk of tipping over.
We therefore recommend fitting anti-tilt wheels in such
circumstances. (See picture below)
(Anti-tilt wheels / stabilisers are optional extras.)
Anti-tilt wheels
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General care and maintenance
A Mini Crosser M1 does not require much maintenance. It
should be kept in a generally good condition, however. The
following should be checked regularly:
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Tyre pressure (if pneumatic tyres are fitted)
Tyre wear
Keep the control panel, the charging socket and the electronics
box under the seat dry.
Battery charging
Never wash the Mini Crosser with a high-pressure cleaner
or direct water jet! This could damage the Mini Crosser’s
electronics.
To keep the Mini Crosser in good condition safety-wise, we
recommend the following regular checks:
Daily:
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Test the indicators and driving lights before using the Mini Crosser
in the dark or poor visibility.
Every three months:
Test the brakes and motor disengagement
With the disengagement lever up, it must not be possible to
push the Mini Crosser.
Test the brake disengagement function
When the brake disengagement lever is down, the battery
indicator should flash to show an error if the Mini Crosser is
turned on. In this case the Mini Crosser must not be able to
move when the accelerator is activated.
Test the handbrake.
Apply the handbrake for a couple of seconds at low speed. This
will ensure that the lever arm and brake shoes do not seize up.
Lubricate the lever arm on the brake hub with acid-free oil - lefthand rear wheel.
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Annual
The Mini Crosser M1 is designed for safe travel for at least
10 years, up to a max. of 5,000 hours, provided it is serviced
and safety-checked every year, corresponding to 500 hours of
operation. The service must be carried out by an authorised
workshop.
IMPORTANT! For safety reasons it is of the utmost importance
that the servicing and safety check intervals are complied with,
as this minimises the risk of brake failure and short-circuits in
the wiring, which could generate heat and cause a fire.
(For further information see the Service Manual.)
Insurance
In the eyes of the law a Mini Crosser M1 with a maximum speed
of 15 km/h is a cycle, so separate insurance is not required.
Most contents/home insurance policies include third-party
liability insurance for cyclists and so also cover Mini Crosser M1
users.
We recommend that you talk to your insurance company about
this when the vehicle is delivered.
If necessary, comprehensive insurance will have to be taken out
separately.
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Batteries
The Mini Crosser uses sealed, maintenance-free GEL batteries
(Exide 12 V/56 Ah or AGM 12 V/71 Ah).
They do not generate gas and do not have to be topped up with
water.
Charging
Please NOTE that the Mini Crosser can be equipped with
several types of charger (ask your dealer for information on the
various types).
IMPORTANT! Only ever use a charger designed for charging
dry maintenance-free batteries. The max. charging current is
12 A.
If charging is to take place outdoors, an enclosed charger
without a fan should be chosen.
The battery manufacturer recommends charging the batteries at
temperatures between +10° and +30°C in order to achieve the
charging times specified in “Technical data”.
Charging will take longer at temperatures below +20°C. This is
because the battery finds it more difficult chemically to absorb
the current.
Please NOTE that the capacity of the batteries will reduce
over time and at low temperatures. In practice this means that
vehicles with old batteries have a shorter driving distance than
they had when the batteries were new.
Battery capacity at -10°C is about half the equivalent capacity at
+20°C.
Avoid draining the batteries completely. We recommend
charging the batteries in a heated room. If it is not possible to
do this every day, it is a good idea to charge the Mini Crosser in
a heated room (approx. 20°C) once a week.
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New batteries do not reach full capacity until they have been
charged and discharged about 20 times.
It is IMPORTANT to fit the batteries correctly. The battery
terminals and snap locks are marked +/-. They must be fitted
as shown in the sketch below. Make sure that the snap locks
are properly closed. For the same reason there must not be any
burrs on the terminals.
The Mini Crosser should be charged while not in use. The
charger supplied from the factory switches over to trickle
charging (very low power consumption) automatically when the
batteries are fully charged. You can therefore leave the charger
connected until the Mini Crosser is next used. The charger
cannot overcharge the batteries.
The charger will flash until charging is complete. Then it will
show a steady light.
The charger must not be placed on the seat during charging.
IMPORTANT! Never use charging devices other than those
supplied from the factory without first contacting the dealer.
NEUTRIK NC3MX charging plug
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Connect the charging plug to the 3-pin
socket on the steering column. The
charging socket is located under the
protective cover.
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Battery disposal
Used batteries must be disposed of through your supplier or at
a recycling centre.
Take care when handling leaky batteries, as the gel contains
corrosive acid.
INFO!
New batteries can be purchased from Medema Danmark A/S.
Storage
The scooter should be stored and charged under cover,
preferably at temperatures above 0°C.
Note!
The charger must be kept dry, but should not be covered when
in use.
In the case of long-term storage we recommend covering the
Mini Crosser M to protect it from dust, rain and sunlight.
Cleaning
Clean the Mini Crosser M1 with a damp cloth. If necessary, wipe
dry with a chamois leather.
Wipe the covers dry and polish with car wax.
IMPORTANT! Never use a high-pressure cleaner or hose, as it
could damage the Mini Crosser’s electronics.
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Changing the wheels
If you get a puncture in one of the pneumatic tyres or if a
tyre is so badly worn that it needs to be replaced, follow the
instructions below.
Tyres and inner tubes can be purchased from the authorised
dealer who supplied the Mini Crosser.
The Mini Crosser must be TURNED OFF before you start.
Changing the wheels on
the 4W model
Remove the hubcap.
5 mm Allen key
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Undo the five bolts.
Take the wheel off.
When the wheel is put
back on, the spring
washers must be refitted
between the wheel rim
and bolts.
The bolts must be done
up tightly.
Remove the valve cap
and use a screwdriver or
similar to open the valve
so that the air can be
released.
REMEMBER!
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to let all the air out before taking
the wheel apart to repair a puncture
to secure the bolts with spring
washers
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Important!
There is a risk of
explosion of the
wheel, if the two
rims are being
taken apart with air
in the tire.
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Remove the flange with
the 5 screws (5 mm Allen
key).
Replace or patch the tube.
Ensure that there are
no foreign objects in the
tyre before the tube is
replaced.
Pump air into the tube
so that it is positioned
correctly in the tyre, but do
not fill it up completely yet.
In this way the tube will
not get jammed, when the
flange is mounted again.
Put the flange back on.
Pump up the tyre to the
correct pressure. (See
technical data)
Put the wheel onto the
Mini Crosser again.
REMEMBER!
The spring washers
between the screws and
the wheel rim.
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Changing the wheels on
the 3W model
Rear wheels: Take off
in the same way as
described in the section
Changing the wheels on
the 4W model.
Front wheels:
17 mm fork spanner
6 mm Allen key
5 mm Allen key
Unscrew on both sides.
Remove the centre axle
by unscrewing the 5
screws here.
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The centre axle removed.
Remove the valve cap
and use a screwdriver or
similar to open the valve
so that the air can be
released.
REMEMBER!
•
•
to let all the air out before taking
the wheel apart to repair a puncture
to secure the bolts with spring
washers
Important!
There is a risk of
explosion of the
wheel, if the two
rims are being
taken apart with air
in the tire.
Remove the flange with
the 5 screws (5 mm Allen
key).
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Replace or patch the tube.
Ensure that there are
no foreign objects in the
tyre before the tube is
replaced.
Pump air into the tube
so that it is positioned
correctly in the tyre, but do
not fill it up completely yet.
In this way the tube will
not get jammed, when the
flange is mounted again.
Put the flange back on.
Pump up the tyre to the
correct pressure. (See
technical data)
Put the centre axle on
again.
Put the wheel onto the
scooter again.
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Fuses
The Mini Crosser has the following protection systems:
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Automatic overload protection, which limits the current to the
motor. This protection is integral to the control system and cannot
be adjusted. It prevents both the control system and the motor
from being overloaded. In the event of overload the current to the
motor is reduced - full speed and traction can be resumed after
the motor has cooled down for 2-5 minutes.
•
The control fuse protects against mains faults. It is located under
the rear cover.
•
The main fuse protects against short-circuits in the main current
circuit. The fuses are located under the rear cover behind the
batteries. Fuse type DIN 2581.
•
If the ignition key is turned at the same time as the accelerator is
operated, the vehicle will not move off for safety reasons.
•
The lights and horn are protected by electronic fuses, which
protect against any short-circuiting that may occur. To prevent
accidental short-circuiting when a bulb is changed, the Mini
Crosser must be turned off when the new bulb is fitted and then
turned on again afterwards.
Take the rear cover off. The plastic cover can be removed by squeezing the sides.
Now the fuses can be replaced.
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Brakes
There are three braking systems on the Mini Crosser M:
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Motor brake
Magnetic brake
Handbrake
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Motor brake: adjusts vehicle speed also when going downhill.
•
Magnetic brake: automatic and comes on when accelerator is
released. It also acts as a parking brake when the Mini Crosser is
at a standstill.
In an emergency, the Mini Crosser can be stopped
instantaneously by turning the key switch. Please note that this
will cause very sharp braking. The rear wheels will lock!
Must not be used in the normal course of driving!
•
Electric safety brake - if the brake is somehow disengaged on
a slope/hill, the Mini Crosser will brake automatically when it
reaches a certain speed. There is an electric safety feature in the
control system, which works even if the battery is disconnected.
This is also the reason why the Mini Crosser cannot be towed at
more than 5 km/h. See the section about towing.
•
Handbrake: intended as an emergency brake and parking
brake. It must be operated with caution when driving in slippery
conditions and downhill.
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Disengagement
•
Turn the key to (0) position.
•
Push the disengagement lever at the back down.
The motor brake is now disengaged and the vehicle can be
pushed or towed, but not driven.
NOTE!
The motor brake must never be disengaged on sloping
terrain.
if the brake is somehow disengaged on a slope/hill, the Mini
Crosser will brake automatically when it reaches a certain
speed. There is an electric safety feature in the control system,
which works even if the battery is disconnected. This is also the
reason why the Mini Crosser cannot be towed at more than 5
km/h. See the section about towing.
Once the motor brake has been disengaged, the Mini
Crosser can only be stopped with the hand brake.
Push the disengagement lever down to
disengage (only handbrake works) and
push up to reactivate the motor (normal
driving now possible).
Disengagement lever
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Transporting by motor vehicle
The Mini Crosser must always be restrained and the handbrake
locked during transport in a motor vehicle or trailer.
Avoid lifting by the seat, covers, handlebars and armrests
If you just need to lift the scooter slightly, take hold of it between
the rear lights and by the front bumper.
Important!
If you drop the scooter from a height of half a metre or more,
there is a risk that the gears in the transaxle will be destroyed.
Secure it in the vehicle with belts attached to the two eyes at
the front and two at the back. All the eyes are marked in yellow.
See the section entitled “Securing to vehicle floor with belts”.
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Securing to vehicle floor with belts
Dahl Engineering belt set for securing in motor vehicles. Item
No. C2-0242
ALWAYS use four belts at the back and two at the front.
The belts must always be attached to approved fittings in the
vehicle and the four eyes welded to the scooter.
The belts MUST be attached within the angles shown in the
picture for optimum security.
45˚
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Attachment point
Attachment point
Greater than
the anchorage
points on the
scooter
Centre line
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the anchorage
points on the
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For transport in an estate car, the seat
can be lifted off and the handlebars
folded down. This reduces the
maximum height to 69 cm.
The Mini Crosser can be used as a seat during transport in
a van or bus, provided it is securely anchored to the vehicle
with approved four-point belts attached to the restraint points
provided on the Mini Crosser.
The Mini Crosser’s restraint points have been tested and
approved in accordance with ISO 7176-19.
The user must also always be independently restrained in the
actual motor vehicle in accordance with traffic legislation rules.
Example
Restraining the
passenger with a static
3-point seat belt:
Secure to the rearmost
retractors.
The shoulder belt must rest
against the collar bone and
fall diagonally to the hip,
where it is secured.
Tighten the belt by pulling on the loose strap. Undo it again by
lifting the buckle. This is the same as on an aircraft.
Retractor
with belt
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Male and
female parts
of belt done
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Remember to turn the Mini Crosser off during transport. Turn
the key to 0.
However, if at all possible, we recommend that the user
occupies one of the seats in the motor vehicle. All other things
being equal, this is safer.
Transporting by plane
If the Mini Crosser is to be transported by plane, the airlines
require:
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the batteries to be flight-approved
the air to be let out of the tyres
the battery leads to be disconnected (not always, but frequently)
The seat and cover have to be removed to disconnect the
battery leads.
A battery declaration for air travel can be found on the Mini
Crosser website:
http://www.medema.dk/flycertifikater
Towing
If you should be unfortunate enough to break down, the Mini
Crosser can be towed or pushed. The Mini Crosser must
always be turned off and the motor brake disengaged during
towing. See the section on Brakes.
If the Mini Crosser is to be towed, secure a rope to the tow
fitting on the front - marked with a yellow “hook mark”. Do not
tow faster than 5 km/h. The scooter will generate electricity
when it is towed, with the motor acting as a dynamo. If it
is towed at more than 5 km/h, there is a risk of the motor
generating enough electricity to damage the scooter and, in the
worst case, cause a fire.
The Mini Crosser will try to brake if it is towed at more than 5 km/h.
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1090 mm
Dimensioned drawing, Mini Crosser M1 3W
150 mm
190 mm
980 mm
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460 mm
680 mm
1340 mm
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450 mm
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M1+ : 225 mm
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Dimensioned drawing, Mini Crosser M1 4W
175 mm
135 mm
1030 mm
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526 mm
460 mm
680 mm
1400 mm
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490 mm
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M1+: 290 mm
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Introduction to seats - Ergo Standard
Lever for seat rotation
Pull the lever back to release
the seat. The seat can then be
turned 90° to either side with a
stop every 45°.
The lever is spring-loaded and the seat locks automatically
when the lever is released.
This lever is located on the right as standard, but can also be
put on the left.
Lever for seat forward/back
Pull the lever out/up to release
the seat on the slide rail.
The seat can then be moved
forward or back as required.
When the lever is released, the seat automatically locks at the
nearest stop.
There is a chock block on the front and back of the slide rail.
Adjusting the angle of the armrest
The adjusting screw makes it
possible to alter the angle of
the armrest by about 15°.
The arm can be folded right
up to make it easier to get in
and out.
(Height adjustment of the armrest is an optional extra.)
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Adjusting the angle of the
backrest
The angle of the backrest can be
adjusted by about 30°. This can
be done by undoing the adjusting
screw and changing the position of
the spacer. Do the screw up again
after making the adjustment.
Optional extra:
The seat can be fitted with a
gas cylinder for adjusting the
angle of the backrest.
Armrest forward / back:
The armrest can be moved
forward / back on the C-rail.
This can be done by undoing
the screws indicated. Do the
screws up again after making
the adjustment.
Backrest forward / back:
The depth of the seat can be
adjusted. This can be done by
moving the backrest forward
and back while the seat
cushion is held in position.
Undo the screws indicated on
both sides. The backrest can
then be moved as far back as the edge of the rail and about 15
cm forward. Do the screws up after making the adjustment. The
screws must be at least 2 cm from the end of the C-rail.
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Introduction to the EBLO seat
The lever for turning the seat.
Pull the lever up to release
the seat. The seat can then be
rotated 90° to each side, locking
at each 45°.
The lever is spring-loaded, and
the seat is locked automatically
when the lever is released.
This lever is located on the right side as standard, but can also
be positioned on the left side.
Lever for fore/aft adjustment
of the seat.
Pull the lever up to release the
seat on the slide rail. Then the
seat can be moved forward or
backward as you wish. When
the lever is released, the seat
will automatically lock into place
in the closest position.
There is a stop on the front and the back of the slide rail.
Adjusting the angle of the
armrests
The angle of the armrests can
be adjusted by turning this
screw.
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Adjusting the angle of the
backrest
10°
The angle of the backrest can
be adjusted approximately
140°. This is done by lifting
this lever.
60°
Adjusting the lumbar support:
The lumbar support can be
adjusted by turning the handle
counter-clockwise.
Headrest:
The headrest can be adjusted
up/down in steps.
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Troubleshooting
The following is a list of various problems that, in our
experience, may occur. The list gives possible causes and
remedies.
Problem
Possible causes
Remedy
The Mini Crosser will not
go.
The key has not been
turned to start.
The battery indicator is
not lit.
Turn the key and wait 5
sec. before activating the
accelerator.
Charge the batteries.
The batteries are
completely flat.
The control fuse has blown. Change the fuse.
The main fuses have blown. Contact supplier.
The Mini Crosser will
not go, but the battery
indicator is lit.
The Mini Crosser has
been overloaded.
Wait approx. 1 min. before
trying again. The vehicle
must be turned off (see
section on Fuses).
Release the handbrake.
Contact supplier.
The handbrake is on.
There is a fault in the
electronics.
The batteries are flat.
Contact supplier.
The charging plug has not Remove the charging
been removed.
plug.
Scooter drives unevenly,
choppy while driving.
Can be caused by poor
connection of electricity.
Turn off the scooter
immediately and seek out
an authorised workshop.
If you continue driving,
heat can be generated
in the poor connection
resulting in a risk of fire.
The driving speed is too
low.
The speed selector is on
slow.
The electronics are
overloaded.
There is too little air in the
tyres.
Change to a faster speed.
The motor has
The Mini Crosser stops
overheated.
moving.
It has been running at half
speed for a while.
There are 6 lamps in the
battery indicator
Stop the unit and wait 3-5
minutes before restarting.
Turn the key to 0 and then
to 1 to reset the fault.
The driving distance per
charge is too short.
Charge the batteries and
check that the green lamp
on the charger lights up
before driving off.
Contact supplier.
There is a problem with
the batteries.
Low temperature.
There is a problem with
the charger.
There is too little air in the
tyres.
The charging method is
wrong.
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seconds before starting.
Pump the tyres up to the
right pressure.
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Pump the tyres up to the
right pressure.
Read the section on
Charging in the User
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Problem
Possible causes
Remedy
The charging lamp on
the charger does not light
up when the charger is
connected to the mains
and the Mini Crosser.
No power to the switch.
Fault in cable.
Fault in charger.
Turn the switch on.
Contact supplier.
Read the operating
instructions for the
charger.
Contact supplier.
The “ready” lamp on the
charger does not light up
even though the charger
has been on for 10-12
hours.
There has been a power
cut.
Reconnect the charger
and repeat the charging
process.
Check again half an hour
later.
Contact supplier.
The charger is doing a
top-up charge.
There is a problem with
the batteries.
There is a fault in the
charging plug for the Mini
Crosser M1.
Push the charging plug all
the way in and repeat the
charging process. Read
the operating instructions
for the charger.
The “ready” lamp on the
charger lights up even
when partly discharged
batteries are connected.
Contact supplier.
The fuse in the charger
has blown.
The switch in the charging Contact suppliers - read
plug is malfunctioning.
the operating instructions
for the charger.
The charger lamp is
showing an error.
The charging plug has not
been inserted or there is a
mains fault.
The battery voltage is too
low for charging to start.
Push the charger plug in
or contact the supplier.
Read the operating
instructions for the
charger - or contact the
supplier.
If there is an electronic fault, a number of lamps in the battery
indicator will light up. The following table shows what they
mean.
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Lamps
Causes
Remedy
1 lamp
The batteries need
charging or the
connection to a battery is
poor.
Check all connections
between the controller
and batteries. If these
are fine, try charging the
batteries
2 lamps
Poor connection to the
motor.
Check the connection
between the motor
and controller. Contact
supplier.
3 lamps
Short-circuit between
the motor and a battery
connection.
Contact supplier - say
how many lamps are lit.
4 lamps
Not in use
5 lamps
Not in use
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Lamps
Causes
Remedy
6 lamps
The S180/200 is
prevented from driving.
Inhibit 2 is active. This
may be due to the
battery charger being
connected, the plug to the
thermal switches being
disconnected, a fault in
the thermal switch or the
scooter is overheating.
Stop the unit and wait 3-5
minutes before restarting.
Turn the key to 0 and then
to 1 to reset the fault.
The Mini Crosser will turn
itself off automatically
after it has been
stationary for 10 minutes.
The battery indicator
flashes with 6 lamps at a
rate of about 3 seconds.
To start M1 again, the key
must be turned to position
0 and back to I.
7 lamps
Accelerator fault.
Make sure that the
accelerator is in neutral
when the Mini Crosser is
turned on.
8 lamps
Controller fault.
Contact supplier.
9 lamps
Poor connection to motor
brake.
Check the connections
from brake to controller, or
push the brake lever up.
Check that the vehicle is
not disengaged.
Magnetic brake is
disengaged.
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10 lamps
The controller has been
supplied with a high
voltage in excess of 38 V.
Usually seen in the case
of a poor connection.
Check all connections
from the batteries to the
controller.
Running lights
Charger is connected.
Remove charger.
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Programming
NOTE! For safety reasons, modifications may only be made by
trained personnel, such as Mini Crosser service engineers and
consultants or authorised service personnel at mobility centres,
etc.
Technical data
M1 3W
M1 4W
Transport height without seat
(Steering column folded down)
69 cm
69 cm
Total length:
Total length incl. anti-tilt wheel:
Total width:
134 cm
143 cm
68 cm
140 cm
148,5 cm
68 cm
Total weight incl. batteries and Ergo
Std seat.
151 kg
168 kg
Weight without seat (Ergo Standard
45 cm).
130 kg
147 kg
Dynamic stability in all directions.
10° - 17%
10° - 17%
Kerb climbing
11 cm
11 cm
Max. speed
15 km/h
15 km/h
Braking distance
10 km/h
15 km/h
2.0 metres
3.5 metres
2.0 metres
3.5 metres
Controller
S-180
S-180
KW transaxle
0,7 kW
0,7 kW
Turning radius
105 cm
141 cm
Max user weight - standard
175 kg
175 kg
Max user weight inc. assessories HD
version.
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250 kg
M-127-3-165
13x5.00-6” ext. Ø325 mm
Wheel Norway black - T, E, Nordic,
MaxX, MaxX HD and M-model
4,1 bar
4,1 bar
M-127-3-165P
13x5.00-6” ext. Ø325 mm
Wheel Norway black w/spikes - T,
E, Nordic, MaxX, MaxX HD and
M-model
4,1 bar
4,1 bar
General information:
Wheels
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M1 4W
M-127-3-065
13x3.00-8” ext. Ø340 mm
Wheel black - T and M-model
3,5 bar
3,5 bar
T-127-3-068
13x3.00-8” ext. Ø340 mm
Wheel black puncture free - T and
M-model
PUR
PUR
Classification, ISO
Class C
Class C
Effective seat width:
Ergo Standard
Spinalus
Mando
HD (user weight max 250 kg)
Ergo child / junior
40,45,50,55,60 cm
40, 45, 50 cm
48 cm
-----35, 37 cm
40,45,50,55,60 cm
40, 45, 50 cm
48 cm
60, 65, 70 cm
35, 37 cm
Effective seat depth:
Ergo, Spinalus and HD seats
Mando
Ergo child / junior
32-52 cm
48 cm
20-30 and 25-40 cm
32-52 cm
48 cm
20-30 and 25-40 cm
Height of backrest
Ergo standrad / HD
Spinalus
Mando
Ergo child / junior
48 cm
56 cm
53 cm
36-41 cm
48 cm
56 cm
53 cm
36-41 cm
Height: front edge of seat to ground
Ergo Standard with slide rail
Ergo Standard without slide rail
Mando seat with slide rail
Mando seat without slide rail
64 - 74 cm
61 - 71 cm
64 - 74 cm
61 - 71 cm
64 - 74 cm
61 - 71 cm
64 - 74 cm
61 - 61 cm
Height: footplate to front edge of seat
Ergo Standard with slide rail
Ergo Standard without slide rail
Mando seat with slide rail
Mando seat without slide rail
45 - 55 cm
41 - 51 cm
45 - 55 cm
41 - 51 cm
45 - 55 cm
41 - 51 cm
45 - 55 cm
41 - 51 cm
Angle of backrest
Ergo standard / HD (manual)
Ergo standard / HD (EL)
Spinalus
Mando
Ergo child / junior
Approx. -5° to +20°
Approx. -5° to +30°
Approx. -5° to +20°
Approx.+5° to +30°
Approx. -5° to +20°
Approx. -5° to +20°
Approx. -5° to +30°
Approx. -5° to +20°
Approx.+5° to +30°
Approx. -5° to +20°
56 Ah batteries
Standard
Standard
Maximum driving distance with new
batteries at +20° on flat, firm surface
40 km
35 km
75/80 Ah batteries
Option
Option
Maximum driving distance with new
batteries at +20° on flat, firm surface
60 km
55 km
Seats:
Batteries:
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M1 4W
110/115 Ah batteries
Option
Option
Maximum driving distance with new
batteries at +20° on flat, firm surface
80 km
75 km
2 x 12 V / 56 Ah
2 x 12 V / 75 Ah
2 x 12 V / 110 Ah
2 x 12 V / 56 Ah
2 x 12 V / 75 Ah
2 x 12 V / 110 Ah
26.5 x 17 x 22
28.4 x 26.7 x 23
26.5 x 17 x 22
28.4 x 26.7 x 23
Battery weight, 2 batteries
56 Ah
75/80 Ah
110/115 Ah
43 kg
50 kg
80 kg
43 kg
50 kg
80 kg
Energy consumption in kWh, when
charging from “empty”
56 Ah
75/80 Ah
110/115 Ah
Approx. 1.5
Approx. 1.5
Approx. 3.0
Approx. 1.5
Approx. 1.5
Approx. 3.0
Charging device, 24 V DC
56 Ah
75 Ah
110 Ah
6 - 10 A
6 - 10 A
10 - 12 A
6 - 10 A
6 - 10 A
10 - 12 A
Approx. charging time at 20° C
8 hours
8 hours
Optimum battery capacity is
reached after approx. 20 charges /
discharges.
Battery type:
Standard:
Option:
Option:
Max. battery dimensions in cm.
Lighting:
Bulb, headlight
24 V - 21 W
24 V - 21 W
Diode, rear light
24 V - 2 W
24 V - 2 W
Diode, indicator
24 V - 2 W
24 V - 2 W
Standard colour
Grey - metallic
Grey - metallic
The Mini Crosser has been tested for the requirements
described in EN 12184, which are the basis for CE marking.
That means that it has also been tested for the durability
requirements (ISO 7176-8), fire safety requirements (ISO 717616) and the ISO 7176-19 Crash Test.
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International addresses
Denmark
Germany
Head Office/Jutland
Medema Danmark A/S
Tel: +45 7010 1755
Fax: +45 9718 8835
Email: info@medema.com
Internet: www.medema.dk
Beromobil GmbH
Elektromobile Treppenlifte
Tel: +49 06123 - 60 57 22
Fax: +49 06123 - 60 57 23
Email: info@beromobil.de
Internet: www.beromobil.de
Denmark
Zealand
Medema Danmark A/S
Tel: +45 7010 1755
Fax: +45 5664 3388
Email: info@medema.com
Internet: www.medema.dk
Germany
Denmark
Germany
Funen
Medema Danmark A/S
Tel: +45 7010 1755
Email: info@medema.com
Internet: www.medema.dk
EMM Elektromobile München
Tlf.: +49 089 470 877 16
Internet: www.elektromobile-muenchen.de
Belgien
Mobile Belgium
Tel: +32 (0)50 317919
Fax: +32 (0)50 311026
Email: info@mobilescooter.be
Internet: www.mobilescooter.be
Estonia
Invaru Ltd.
Tlf.: +372 6025400
Email: infor@invaru.ee
Internet: www.invaru.ee
Finland
Respecta OY
Tel: Sales and service +358 (0 )207649748
Email: myynti@respecta.¿
Fax: +358 ( 0 )207649735
Tel: Maintenance - parts and service: +358 ( 0 )207649747
Email : huolto@respecta.¿
France
ICARE
Tel: +33 (0)1 60 78 94 84
Fax:+33 (0)1 69 13 09 78
Email: icarejmb@wanadoo.fr
Internet: http://www.icare-jmb.com
Germany
Draisin GmbH
Tel: (+49) 0 78 41 66 77 0
Fax: (+49) 0 78 41 66 77 88
Email: info@draisin.com
Internet: www.draisin.com/
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Conze Elektro-Mobile
Tel: +49 030 6789 7969
Fax: +49 030 6789 7968
Email: info@elektro-mobile.de
Internet: www.elektro-mobile.de
Germany
Grenzland Sanitätshaus
Tlf.: +49 0256 195 390
Internet: www.grenzlandsanitaetshaus.de
Germany
Kessler Elektro- & Energietechnik
Tlf.: +49 06444 925 736 2
Email: info@eet-kessler.de
Internet: www.eet-kessler.de/index.html
Germany
Kögler Mobile
Tlf.: +49 0418 199 098 88
Email: info@koeglermobile.de
Internet: www.koeglermobile.de
Germany
Sanitätshaus Schütt & Jahn
Tlf.: +49 0461493 493
Email: kontakt@schuett-jahn.de
Internet: www.schuett-jahn.de
Germany
Volaris Deutschland GmbH
Tlf.: +49 0800 664 87 851
Email: ms@volaris-online.de
Internet: www.volaris-online.de
Germany
Wiggers GmbH - Reha / Rollstuhl Werkstatt
Tel: (+49) 0441 36 111 302
Fax: (+49) 0441 36 111 309
Email: wiggers.gmbh@ewetel.net
Internet: www.minicrosser.info; www.ot-wiggers.de
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UK
AMEASHOP
ȉel.: 210 7777545
Fax.: 210 7777835
Mobile: 6970021890
Internet: www.ameashop.gr
Email: faidros@ameashop.gr
Active Mobility
Tlf.: +44 0135 77 44 22
Internet: www.active-mobility.co.uk
Italy
Comfort Online s.r.l. - Società Unipersonale
Tel.: +39 041 5461105
Fax: +39 041 5462098
Email: info@comfortonline.it
Internet: www.comfortonline.it
UK
Orange Badge Mobility Services
Tlf.: +44 01273 47 38 38
Internet: www.orangebadge.co.uk
UK
Rainbow Mobility Ltd.
Tlf.: +44 0151 353 1234
Internet: www.rainbowmobility.com
Norway
UK
Medema gruppen AS
Tel: +47 6706 4900
Fax: +47 6706 4990
Email: ¿rmapost@medema.no
Internet: www.medema.no
Mobility Care Services
+44 0118 988 6262
Email: info@mobilitycarestore.com
Internet: www.mobilitycarestore.com
Poland
J.A.S.
Tel.: +48 667 432 282, +48 605 674 017
Fax: +48 33 810 54 58
Email: biuro@jas-bielsko.pl
Internet: http://jas-bielsko.pl/
Portugal
Ortopedia Mais+
Email: rbo@ortopediamais.pt
Internet: www.ortopediamais.pt
Spain
Assessorament I Mobilitat. S.L.
Tel: +34 93 666 55 23
Fax: +34 93 666 88 85
Email: info@assessoramentimobilitat.com
Internet: http://www.assessoramentimobilitat.com
UK
John Preston Healthcare Group
Tlf.: +44 028 9267 7077
Email:enquiries@johnpreston.co.uk
Internet: www.johnpreston.co.uk
UK
TPG DisableAids Ltd.
Tlf.: +44 01432 351 666
Internet: www.disable-aids.co.uk
UK
Beard Brothers
Tlf.: +44 01442 248 516
Email: Enquiries@beardbrothers.co.uk
Internet: www.beardbrothers.co.uk
Sweden
Minicrosser AB
Tel: (+46) 303 245 200
Fax: (+46) 303 245 228
Email: info@minicrosser.se
Internet: www.minicrosser.se
Switzerland
Degonda Rehab SA
Tel: +41 033 345 83 00
Fax: +41 033 345 83 01
Email: info@turbo-twist.ch
Internet: www.turbo-twist.ch
UK
City Mobility
Tlf.: +44 01862 810 307
Email: info@city-mobility.co.uk
Internet: www.city-mobility.co.uk
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