MOOSE J50FL-S User manual

Heavy Duty Scooters
SPRINTER XL4 (889B-4)
SPRINTER XL3 DELUXE (889-3XLS)
SPRINTER XL4 DELUXE (889-4XLS)
SPRINTER JUMBO XL (889X)
User Manual
Contents
INTRODUCTION ...............................................................................................................................................................3
FEATURE GUIDE (FIG. 1-4) ..........................................................................................................................................3
SAFETY ADVICE.................................................................................................................................................................5
EMI Warning ........................................................................................................................................................................6
ADJUSTMENTS...................................................................................................................................................................8
Tiller Angle Adjustment (Fig. 5) ..................................................................................................................................8
Seat Slide & Swivel Adjustment (Fig. 6)....................................................................................................................8
Seat Removal (Fig. 7) .......................................................................................................................................................8
Seat Height Adjustment (Fig. 7)...................................................................................................................................8
Armrest Width Adjustments (Fig. 8) .........................................................................................................................8
Armrest Angle Adjustment (Fig. 9) .............................................................................................................................9
Reclining Seat (Fig. 10) ...................................................................................................................................................9
SCOOTER TILLER CONTROLS (FIG. 11A&B&C)............................................................................................. 10
Speed Controls ................................................................................................................................................................ 10
Battery Level Indicator/Gauge .................................................................................................................................... 10
Lights.................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
Horn.................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Thumb/Finger Lever Controls..................................................................................................................................... 10
On/Off Key Switch ......................................................................................................................................................... 10
Indicator Switch ............................................................................................................................................................. 10
Hazard Warning Switch .............................................................................................................................................. 10
Electromagnetic Brake .................................................................................................................................................. 10
FREE WHEEL OPERATION (FIG. 12A&B)............................................................................................................11
Anti-tip wheels.................................................................................................................................................................11
STARTING TO DRIVE YOUR SCOOTER ...............................................................................................................11
Getting Started.................................................................................................................................................................11
Starting Scooter Movement ......................................................................................................................................... 12
Steering.............................................................................................................................................................................. 12
Reversing........................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Dismounting..................................................................................................................................................................... 12
EXTRA GUIDELINES IN THE CONTROL OF YOUR SCOOTER................................................................ 12
Ramps ................................................................................................................................................................................ 12
Grass and Gravel............................................................................................................................................................. 12
Battery Charger ............................................................................................................................................................... 13
Charging............................................................................................................................................................................ 13
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................................................................... 13
Lubrication ....................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Wheels and Tires ............................................................................................................................................................ 14
General Scooter Maintenance ..................................................................................................................................... 14
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE ................................................................................................................................... 14
Circuit Breaker ................................................................................................................................................................ 14
Check List......................................................................................................................................................................... 14
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................................ 15
QUARTERLY INSPECTION......................................................................................................................................... 16
WARRANTY ...................................................................................................................................................................... 17
DISCLAIMER ................................................................................................................................ 17
NOTES…….……...………………………………………………………………………….18-20
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the Shoprider® scooter. Your Shoprider® scooter
incorporates the latest innovative designs patented and only available on a Shoprider® scooter.
Your scooter may be used in both indoors and outdoors. Direct drive transaxles and
electromagnetic brakes give a safe and efficient ride. This Shoprider® scooter is designed for
persons with limited mobility.
Please ensure that you read this manual carefully, it is important for your safety that you
understand the guidelines and instructions given.
FEATURE GUIDE (FIG. 1-4)
Sprinter XL4 (Figure 1)
1
1. Tiller control head
2. Head light
3. Anti-Tip wheels
4. Side reflectors
5. Adjustable width armrests
6. Swivel seat
7. Seat height adjustment
8. Fold down seat
9. Foot rest
10. Tiller steering column and steering
wheel angle adjustment
11. Front bumper
12. Detachable basket
13. Battery charging inlet
12
13
8
10
5
2
6
3
11
4
9
Figure 1
7
Sprinter XL3 Deluxe (Figure 2)
1. Delta tiller control head
2. Head lights and indicators
3. Rear lights and indicators
4. Side reflectors
5. Adjustable width armrests
6. Swivel and sliding seat
7. Seat height adjustment
8. Reclining captain’s seat
9. Foot rest
10. Tiller steering column and steering
wheel angle adjustment
11. Detachable basket
12. Battery charging inlet
1
12
8
4
11
5
10
3
6
7
2
9
Figure 2
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Sprinter XL4 Deluxe (Figure 3)
Delta tiller control head
Head lights and indicators
Rear lights and indicators
Adjustable width armrests
Swivel and sliding seat
Seat height adjustment
Reclining captain’s seat
Foot rest
Tiller steering column and steering
wheel angle adjustment
10. Detachable basket
11. Emergency hand brake
12. Front suspension
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
11
7
10
4
9
3
5
6
2C
8
12
Figure 3
Sprinter Jumbo XL (Figure 4)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Tiller control head
Head light
Rear lights
Turn signal indicators
Adjustable width armrests
Swivel and sliding seat
Seat height adjustment
Black leatherette pillow-top reclining
captain seat
9. Foot rest
10. Tiller steering column and steering
wheel angle adjustment
11. Detachable basket
12. Emergency hand brake
13. Front suspension
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8
12
11
5
10
2
6
3
7
4
13
9
Figure 4
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SAFETY ADVICE
• Do not carry passengers.
• Do not exceed inclines over 8 degrees (14% grade).
• Do not turn on steep inclines.
• Do not turn suddenly at high speeds.
• Do not get on or off the scooter unless the brake is on and the scooter is switched off.
• Do not switch off the scooter while the scooter is moving.
• Do not drive the scooter where you can not safely or legally walk.
• Do not drive scooter on roads, streets, or highways.
• Do not attempt to drive over curbs greater than 2 inches (5cm.) in height. Doing so could cause
your scooter to turn over, causing injury or damage to the scooter. For curbs less than 2 inches,
always approach them at an angle of 90 degrees and at a low speed.
• Do not drink or use a mobile phone when driving your scooter.
• Do not exceed the suggested user weight limit. Doing so, could cause personal injury and
invalidate the warranty.
• Always keep your feet on the scooter when moving.
• Consult your doctor if there is any doubt about your ability to use a scooter safely.
• Always slow down and proceed carefully when traveling over rough or uneven ground.
• For individuals with balance problems, practice getting on the scooter with the assistance of a
qualified healthcare professional.
• If equipped, DO NOT operate scooter without anti-tip wheels installed.
• Do not use an escalator to move a scooter between floors. Serious injury could occur.
• Do not drive the scooter on an incline that has oil, water or ice film on it.
• Do not try to lift the scooter by its seat, tiller, rear chassis cover, or any removable parts. Any
of these could cause injury to the user or damage to the scooter.
• Do not use parts or accessories that are not authorized by Shoprider® Mobility Products Inc.
• Before sitting in or exiting the scooter, REMOVE the key from the ignition. This will insure
the POWER is off and the scooter can not move under its own power.
• As a general precaution, always remove the key from the ignition while the scooter is not in
use. This will prevent use by untrained and unauthorized persons.
• Do not connect any medical device to the scooter battery. This could cause failure of the
device, the scooter and personal injury.
• Make sure the tiller and seat are properly adjusted to the user or damage and injury could
result.
• Shoprider® Mobility Products doesn’t recommend that scooter users be transported in a
vehicle WHILE they are in the scooter…and will not be responsible for any injury or damage
that might result.
• Do not use the scooter in the rain, near a shower or in a damp bathroom, or any other wet
environment. Direct exposure to rain or dampness could cause the scooter to electrically
malfunction and prematurely rust.
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EMI Warning
Shoprider® scooters may be susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI), which is a kind
of interfering electromagnetic energy (EM) emitted from sources such as radio stations, TV
stations, amateur radio (HAM) transmitters, two-way radio, and cellular phones. The
interference (from radio wave sources) can cause the scooter to release its brakes, move by itself,
or move in unintended directions. It can also permanently damage the scooter’s control system.
The sources of radiated EMI can be broadly classified into three types:
1. Hand-held portable transceivers (transmitters-receivers) with the antenna mounted
directly on the transmitting unit. Examples include: citizens band (CB) radios, “walkie
talkie”, security, fire and police transceivers, cellular telephones, and other personal
communication devices.
NOTE! Some cellular telephones and similar devices transmit signals while they are ON,
even when not being used.
2. Medium-range mobile transceivers, such as those used in police cars, fire trucks,
ambulances, and taxis. These usually have the antenna mounted on the outside of the
vehicle.
3. Long-range transmitters and transceivers, such as commercial broadcast transmitters
(radio and TV broadcast antenna towers) and amateur (HAM) radios.
NOTE! Other types of hand-held devices, such as cordless phones, laptop computers,
AM/FM radios, TV sets, CD players, and cassette players, and small appliances, such as
electric shavers and hair dryers, so far as we know, are not likely to cause problems to the
scooter.
Scooter Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
Because EM energy rapidly becomes more intense as one moves closer to the transmitting
antenna (source), the EM fields from hand-held radio sources (transceivers) are of special
concern. It is possible to unintentionally bring high levels of EM energy very close to the
scooter’s control system while using these devices. This can affect scooter movement and
braking. Therefore, the warnings listed below are recommended to prevent possible interference
with the control system of the scooter.
WARNINGS
1. Do not operate hand-held transceivers (transmitters-receivers), such as citizens band (CB)
radios, or turn ON personal communication devices, such as cellular phones, while the
scooter is turned ON.
2. Be aware of nearby transmitters, such as radio or TV stations, and try to avoid coming
close to them.
3. If unintended movement or brake release occurs, turn the scooter OFF as soon as it is
safe.
4. Be aware that adding accessories or components, or modifying the scooter may make it
more susceptible to EMI.
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NOTE! There is no easy way to evaluate the overall immunity of the scooter.
5. Report all incidents of unintended movement or braking to your Shoprider® provider,
and note whether there are sources of EMI nearby.
WARNING: Shoprider® Mobility Products is not responsible for damage or injury incurred
due to improper and unsafe use of our scooter.
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ADJUSTMENTS
Tiller Angle Adjustment (Fig. 5)
On the left hand side at the base of the tiller
is a red lever. Push the lever to release the
pin and select the desired tiller angle. Refit
the pin into one of the five location holes to
lock tiller in place.
Tiller
Angle
Adjustment
Lever
Figure 5
DO NOT DRIVE SCOOTER IF TILLER IS
NOT SECURED.
Seat Slide & Swivel Adjustment (Fig. 6)
Pulling up on the seat black slide lever
allows the seat position to be adjusted
forward or backward. Release the lever and
the seat will lock in that position. Under the
right side of the seat there is a spring loaded
red lever. Pulling up on the lever allows the
seat to swivel, when released the seat will
lock into one of four positions.
Swivel Seat
Adjustment
Lever
Figure 6
Seat Removal (Fig. 7)
Fold down the back of the seat. Pull up the
red swivel seat adjustment lever (fig. 6) and
lift seat off. Remove the hand knob and
locking pin that secures the seat adaptor.
Lift the seat adaptor out of the seat post.
Seat
Adaptor
Seat Height Adjustment (Fig. 7)
Remove seat as described above. Loosen
the seat tightening hand knob. The seat
height can be adjusted to 5 different settings
by inserting the steel locking pin in the
required hole. Retighten the hand knob and
replace the seat.
Seat
Tightening
Hand Knob
Seat
Locking
Pin
Figure 7
Armrest Width Adjustments (Fig. 8)
On the underside of the seat there are two
hand knobs, one either side. Loosening the
hand knob allows the arm rest to be adjusted
to the required width, or removed for
transportation.
Armrest
Adjustment
Hand Knob
DO NOT USE SCOOTER WITHOUT THE
ARM RESTS BEING FITTED & SECURED.
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Seat Slide
Lever
Figure 8
8
Armrest Angle Adjustment (Fig. 9)
Flip up the armrests to allow access to the
adjustment screw and lock nut, unscrew the
lock nut and screw the bolt in or out to
increase or decrease the angle. Re-tighten
the lock-nut.
The armrests are set parallel to the floor at
the factory.
Locking
Nut and
Bolt
Adjustment
Screw
Figure 9
Reclining Seat (Fig. 10)
Sprinter XL4 Deluxe & Sprinter XL3
Deluxe
The Sprinter XL4 Deluxe and Sprinter XL3
Deluxe come standard with a reclining seat.
The reclining seat lever is located on the left
side below the armrest. Simply pull the lever
up to adjust. This feature also allows the seat
to be folded down.
Figure 10
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SCOOTER TILLER CONTROLS (FIG. 11A, 11B & 11C)
Speed Controls
The speed control dial allows you to set a speed
Speed
Control
between 1 (minimum) and 10 (maximum).
The Sprinter XL3 Deluxe, XL4 Deluxe, and Jumbo XL
are also equipped with a speed high/low switch.
Battery Level
Key Switch
Indicator
Battery Level Indicator/Gauge
The number of LED bars lit/where the needle rests,
shows the amount of charge left in your batteries. The
amount of charge will only show at its true level when
the scooter is in drive.
CAUTION – Do not allow the LED bars/gauge needle
go out/down completely as complete discharge of the
batteries could cause irreversible damage.
Lights
A blue button located at tiller controls operates lights.
Horn
A yellow button located at the tiller controls operates
the horn.
Thumb/Finger Accelerator Lever Controls
The right thumb/finger accelerator lever controls the
forward motion and the left thumb/finger accelerator
lever controls the reverse motion. The amount of
pressure applied to each lever will determine the
speed the scooter travels at. Release the lever and the
scooter will slowly come to a stop.
On/Off Key Switch
Insert the key in the right side of the tiller. Turn the
key and the LED bars will light up/needle gauge will
move to the right. There is a delay before the
thumb/finger lever accelerator control can be
operated, while the controller checks the circuits.
Thumb
Lever
Control
Horn
Light
Figure 11A
Sprinter XL4
Speed
Controls
Indicator
Switch
Battery
Level
Indicator
Speed
High/Low
Switch
Hazard
Lights
Charging
Port
Finger
Lever
Control
Lights
Key
Switch
Horn
Figure 11B
Sprinter XL3 Deluxe & Sprinter XL4 Deluxe
Charging
Port
Indicator
Switch
Battery Level Indicator
Key
Switch
Finger
Lever
Control
High/Low
Switch
Indicator Switch
Sprinter XL4/XL3 Deluxe, Sprinter Jumbo XL
Lights
Operates turn indicator lights.
Horn
Hazard Warning Switch
Speed
Controls
Figure 11C
Sprinter XL4/XL3 Deluxe & Jumbo XL
Sprinter Jumbo XL
A red button operates all hazard flashers.
Electromagnetic Brake
The brake is automatically operated when the thumb/finger accelerator control levers are
released. There is a slight delay when the scooter decelerates; this allows the scooter to come to
a smooth stop.
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FREE WHEEL OPERATION (FIG. 12A & 12B)
The free wheel lever allows you to put the scooter in neutral and push it. The free wheel release
lever is located toward the inside of the rear wheel (Fig. 12A & 12B). To push the scooter
(neutral), push the free wheel lever down. To put the scooter in gear (drive), lift the lever up.
The scooter will not operate when the lever is down (neutral).
WARNING! For safety, always put the scooter into gear (lever up) after pushing or rolling
scooter. Failure to do so may result in injury.
Anti-tip Wheels
The anti-tip wheels are located at the rear of the scooter frame (Sprinter XL4) (Fig. 12B). The
scooter should not be used unless the anti-tipping wheels are in place.
Shoprider® Mobility Products is not responsible for damage or injury incurred due to
improper or misuse of the scooter.
Rear
Chassis
Cover
Circuit
Breaker
Rear
Chassis
Cover
Circuit
Breaker
Anti-tip
Wheels
Scooter
Serial
Number
Scooter
Serial
Number
Freewheel
Release
Lever
Freewheel
Release
Lever
Figure 12B
Sprinter XL4
Figure 12A
Sprinter Jumbo XL
STARTING TO DRIVE YOUR SCOOTER
Getting Started
• You must charge your scooter completely before first time use (8-12 hours).
• Select a level area with plenty of space.
• Mount the scooter, either by lifting the arm and sliding onto the seat or rotate the seat
outwards, mount and then rotate the seat back to face the tiller.
• Adjust the tiller and seat as previously described.
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Starting Scooter Movement
• Ensure that you are seated in a comfortable position.
• Turn the key to the ON position.
• Your speed setting should be on 1 or 2. If equipped, set the speed high/low switch to low.
• Pull/press your right hand finger/thumb lever, the scooter will move forward slowly. The
further you pull/press the faster the scooter goes but will only reach the speed level that has
been selected.
• Release the lever and the scooter will slowly come to a stop as the magnetic brake is
automatically applied.
Steering
Steering the scooter is light and easy. Ensure when starting off you give a wide clearance when
turning so that the rear wheels clear any obstacle that you are passing. When steering through
limited spaces such as a doorway or when turning around, turn the tiller handles where you want
to go and apply power gently. The scooter will turn very tightly, but will still move with
complete stability as long as the speed is not too high.
Reversing
Before reversing ensure that the area behind is free from any hazards or obstructions. Adjust
your speed setting to a low setting before you reverse. Pull/press the left finger/thumb lever, and
steer wide of all corners and obstacles.
Dismounting
Before dismounting ensure that the key is turned to the off position. Raise the arm rest to slide
off the seat or turn the swivel seat outward.
CAUTION: Please ensure that care is exercised when mounting or dismounting the scooter
and that the tiller, seat back and foot rest are not used for support. For support, use the arm
rests.
EXTRA GUIDELINES IN THE CONTROL OF YOUR SCOOTER
Ramps
The stability of your scooter is governed by several factors such as the seating position, the angle
of the slope and your height and weight. When approaching an incline, do so directly and not at
an angle and whenever possible avoid making turns. When going down a ramp or slope keep the
speed settings to slow. This will ensure there is a safe controlled descent. When the
thumb/finger levers are released the scooter will slowly come to a stop.
Caution - Do not turn the key off while the unit is in motion.
Grass and Gravel
Please follow the guidelines previously given and your scooter will perform admirably over
many surfaces. Avoid long grass, loose gravel and sand.
NOTE: You should not operate your scooter in wet weather or on wet surfaces.
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BATTERIES AND BATTERY CHARGER
All Shoprider® Heavy Duty scooters require two maintenance free, sealed lead acid batteries or
gel batteries. Battery performance can be affected by temperature, terrain, condition of battery,
the weight of the user, etc. The battery level indicator/gauge is only a guide and is most effective
when the scooter is in drive, only then is the true battery discharge level displayed.
• When the scooter stops the battery level indicator may indicate full (no load on batteries).
• An active user can use up to 30% of battery capacity or more per day.
• Inactive users may only use 50% of battery capacity in a week.
• In both these instances the batteries should be put on charge over night.
Battery Charger
Batteries required for your scooter are specially designed. All Shoprider® scooters require a
Shoprider® automatic battery charger. These chargers have an electronic switch that will
terminate the charge when the batteries are fully charged. All Shoprider® chargers rely on a
specific minimum feed-back voltage signal from the batteries in order to begin the charging
cycle. If the batteries are severely discharged, the charger does not receive the required feed-back
signal and the charger will not charge the batteries. Please contact your authorized Shoprider®
provider for assistance.
The battery charger supplied for the Shoprider® Sprinter XL3 Deluxe, Sprinter XL4 Deluxe, and
Sprinter Jumbo XL scooters are 24 volt 8 amp transformer type off-board chargers. The battery
charger supplied for the Shoprider® Sprinter XL4 scooter is a 24 volt 3 amp transformer type
off-board charger.
Charging
Charge the batteries completely (8-12 hours) prior to first time use. To charge the batteries
connect the plug lead into the battery-charging socket on the scooter tiller and the 3-prong A/C
plug into the wall socket and switch on (8 amp charger only). FOR Sprinter XL: the battery
charger has two lights. The red light when constant shows the battery charger is connected, if
the red light flashes; there is a break in the connection. The green light flashes when the batteries
are receiving charge and is constant when the charge is complete. FOR Sprinter XL3 Deluxe,
XL4 Deluxe and Jumbo XL: The battery charger has two lights. The red light shows the
battery charger is connected and has power (switched on). The second light will show a gold
light while charging and a green light when the charge is complete.
CAUTION: Always ensure that the charging lead is in good condition and has not been
damaged or stretched.
MAINTENANCE
Lubrication
At six-month intervals you should lubricate the following parts with a multipurpose grease or
similar lubricant:
• Seat pivot post.
• Seat release lever pinion.
• Clean and recoat axles lightly.
CAUTION – DO NOT USE WD40 TO LUBRICATE PARTS!! DO NOT LUBRICATE
TRANSAXLE GEARS!! In the event of any difficulties please consult your provider.
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Wheels and Tires
The wheels of your scooter have split rims. This allows any punctures to be repaired easily.
To change the wheel remove the center 13 mm bolt and slide the wheel off its axle. Ensure that
when refitting the wheel the retaining bolt is fitted with a locking washer or the screw threads are
treated with lock-tite or a similar adhesive. When changing a tire the inner tube must be
deflated. Remove the four bolts from the wheel and split the rim. Tire pressure is recommended
to be kept at 30 psi on the rear tires, and 25 psi on the front.
General Scooter Maintenance
Every six months check the tiller base bolts, wheel axle bolts, and arm rest angle adjustment
bolts and tighten as necessary. Also check the seat and arm rest tightening knobs and tighten as
needed.
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Circuit Breaker
Your scooter is fitted with the latest in electronic controls that are programmed to protect the
electrical system from abnormal overloads. Fitted for extra protection is a circuit breaker, should
there be a situation that your scooter stops for no apparent reason please check that the circuit
breaker has not popped out or tripped. The circuit breaker can be found under the rear chassis
cover accessible through a port hole under the seat.
Check List
If your scooter fails to operate, please check the following:
• Unit is switched on.
• All plugs and connectors are firmly fixed.
• Battery level shows full charge.
• Freewheeling device is in the drive position (lever down).
• Circuit breaker is reset.
• Battery fuses are not blown.
If the free wheel device has been operated with the scooter switched on, then the scooter will not
operate until the ignition key has been switched off and then on again in order to reset the
circuits.
Please consult your provider if your scooter does not run after checking these points.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
UNIT SPECIFICATIONS
Overall Dimensions: L¹ x W x H¹
Number, Size of Tires
Suggested User Weight
(on the level road)
Sprinter XL4
Sprinter XL3 Deluxe
Sprinter XL4 Deluxe
Sprinter Jumbo XL
in
52 x 23 x 30
51 x 27 x 35
53 x 27 x 34
56 x 25 x 37
Front
2 , 10”
1 , 12”
2 , 12”
2 , 14”
Rear
2 , 10”
2 , 12”
2 , 12”
2 , 14”
lb
Max. 350
Max. 500
Max. 500
Max. 500
108
104
115
107
181
222
240
310
Weight of Heaviest Part
(w/o battery, baskets and seat)
lb
Total Weight
(w/ batteries, basket, seat)
lb
Each Battery Module Weight
lb
32
50
50
50
_V_A
hx
Pcs
12V40Ah x 2
12V75Ah x 2
12V75Ah x 2
12V75Ah x 2
Off Board (3A)
Off Board (8A)
Off Board (8A)
Off Board (8A)
hp(W)
1 (746)
2 (1491)
2 (1491)
1.1 (820)
mph
5
5
5
8
%(º)
14 (8)
14 (8)
14 (8)
14 (8)
mile
25
25
25
49
{with 75amp
batteries}
in
54
40
72
72
Type
T-BAR
DELTA
DELTA
T-BAR
Maximum Battery Module
Capacity
Charger
Output Power of Motor
Maximum Speed2
Maximum Climbing
Angle (based on user weight of
90kg/200lb)/Safe Climbing Angle
Range3 (per charge w/ STD 3336AH Battery / 200
lb User Weight) (After the
battery and
mechanical moving parts fully
break in)
Turning Radius
Handle Bar
ALL SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.
1.
Length includes the Anti-Tip wheel. Height from floor to seat (variable).
2.
Driver weight may exceed weight of the unit; speed must be reduced when turning.
3.
The actual driving range varies with the factors shown below:
a) the weight of occupant
b) ground surface
c) battery conditions
d) type of charger
e) ambient temperature
f)
the way of driving
g) etc.
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QUARTERLY INSPECTION
For your own safety, quarterly inspection and service on the product has to be performed and
signed by an authorized provider. Maintenance records (below) should be kept at all times. The
manufacturer / distributor / vendor will be indemnified from any product liability claim if the
above maintenance / service requirement is not met.
NOTE! Regular (Monthly) inspection is strongly recommended by the manufacturer to ensure
ultimate performance of the vehicle.
Service Record:
Date of Purchase:
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Purchaser:_________________________________________________________
Model #: _______________ Serial #: ___________________________________
Provider Unit Was Purchased From: ___________________________________
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WARRANTY
Please refer to warranty information included with unit.
Serial No.
DISCLAIMER
Congratulations on your purchase of the Shoprider®
It is not intended to be used by individuals with physical limitations that could prevent the user
from operating this unit safely. Shoprider® disclaims all responsibility for any personal injury
or property damage, which may occur as a result of improper or unsafe use of its products.
Mechanical or electrical defects will be dealt with on a contingency liability basis.
The preceding guidelines are intended to assist you in the safe operation of your powered
scooter. If you should have any questions about the correct operation of your scooter, please
contact your authorized Shoprider® provider.
Model No.
Serial No.
Scooter Serial Number
12/29/2004
17
Notes:
12/29/2004
18
Notes:
12/29/2004
19
Provider’s Stamp
Shoprider® Mobility Products, Inc.
(800) 743-0772
www.shoprider.com
12/29/2004
20