Pride Mobility JAZZY 1103 User manual

User Manual
MC Concept 1103
medemagroup
P9-0200-B ver. 2.0.3 - June 2012
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
Seat and backrest ................................................................. 5
Introduktion............................................................................ 6
Declaration of conformity ..................................................... 7
Part names ............................................................................. 8
Introduction DX2.................................................................... 9
Joystick parts ........................................................................ 9
Operating................................................................................ 9
Error Code .............................................................................. 16
Extra........................................................................................ 17
Safety check........................................................................... 19
Programming ......................................................................... 20
Serial number......................................................................... 21
Driving the MC Concept 1103 ............................................... 22
Brakes..................................................................................... 26
Fuses ...................................................................................... 27
Batteries ................................................................................. 28
Battery disposal..................................................................... 28
Charging ................................................................................. 29
General care ........................................................................... 30
Service intervals .................................................................... 30
Insurance................................................................................ 30
Storage ................................................................................... 31
Transporting by motor vehicle ............................................. 31
Transporting by plane ........................................................... 32
Towing .................................................................................... 32
Changing the wheels............................................................. 33
Changing the battery............................................................. 35
Changing lights ..................................................................... 38
Lap belt ................................................................................... 38
Securing to vehicle floor with belts ..................................... 39
Footplate/footrest .................................................................. 41
Adjusting the headrest.......................................................... 48
Swing-away fitting ................................................................. 48
Adjusting the Spinalus backrest .......................................... 49
DAHL docking system .......................................................... 50
Reconditioning ...................................................................... 51
Technical data ........................................................................ 53
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 MC Concept 1103 has been designed for persons weighing
up to.125 kg. The vehicle can be specially adapted at the factory
for users weighing up to 150 kg.
Joystick
The joystick control box must not be exposed to extremes
of temperature or kept in a damp environment for extended
periods.
The joystick control box must not be subjected to heavy knocks.
Do not switch off the control box while driving, except in an
emergency, as this may damage the electronics.
For cleaning, use a damp cloth with slightly soapy water.
Do NOT allow any water or moisture to enter the control box.
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Seat and backrest
All our seats and backrests are produced in materials resistant
to ignition and tested according to ISO 7176-16.
The cover of the seat and backrest can be washed in the
washing machine. ALWAYS follow the washing instructions on
the back of the seat pad / backrest.
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Introduktion
Congratulations on your new MC Concept 1103 electric mobility
powered wheelchair.
You are now the owner of an electric mobility powered wheelchair
developed for use indoors as well as outdoors. It is what is called a
Class A vehicle according to the European classification of electric
scooters and electric powered wheelchair.
To get the best out of this vehicle - and to avoid breakdowns
and accidents - we recommend that you read this User Manual
carefully. If you are a new user, you should pay particular
attention to the section “Driving the MC Concept”.
The MC Concept 1103 is designed to stay safe to use for at
least 10 years, up to a maximum of 5,000 hours, providing it has
service and safety inspections every year, which is equivalent
to around 500 operating hours. The service must be carried out
either by Medema Danmark A/S or 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 MC Concept 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 MC Concept.
If you have any further questions about the MC Concept or this
User Manual, you are always welcome to get in touch. Our
contact details are as follows:
Medema Production A/S
Phone: +45 70 10 20 54
Email: info@minicrosser.com
Internet: www.minicrosser.dk
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:
MC Concept
Use:
(Prescribed use in
User Manual)
Model No:
1103
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
Date: 12.04.2010
Signature: _____________________
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Part names
The part names given below refer to the descriptions later in the
instruction manual.
Headrest
(Optional extra)
Joystick
Control panel
Swing-away release
(Optional extra)
Actuator for
electric backrest.
(Optional extra)
Eye for
restraints
Finger screw to
loosen seat
Anti-tilt wheel
Central wheel
Serial number on
vehicle.
Disengagement lever
Both sides of the
vehicle.
Pivot wheel
Eye for restraints
Charging socket
Thermal fuse to
right
Footplate or
footrests
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Introduction DX2
DX2 is the first in a new generation of joysticks to control the
electric wheelchair. With its large color LCD screen and its
logical icon built menu structure, it directs the user to the target.
Joystick parts
Dynamic DX2 AJR
1
2
3
5
6
4
7
8
1
Start/stop button
2
Indicator left
3
Indicator right
4
Select
5
Display
6
Speed selector
7
Accessory Selector
8
Horn
Operating
At the top of the display you will find the status bar. Battery indicator
is displayed constantly. The clock can be turned on or off as you
wish. The other is lit when the corresponding function is active.
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Battery indicator
Green = fully charged
Yellow = least half full
Red = almost empty - charge now!
2
Indicator left is active
When hazard warning lights are active, both icons blinks.
3
Lights on
4
Error code - see section on error codes.
5
Indicator right is active
When hazard warning lights are active, both icons blinks.
6
Real time
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Clock on/off
Press arrow up/down or joystick (push forward) until the above
icon is showed in the center of the screen.
Use ”Select” to switch between X and .
Accept by pressing the arrow up/down button.
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Set Speed
When you turn the joystick on, the image shown below will be
presented in the display. The number in the centre shows the
speed you have chosen as max speed. Change the Speed by
selecting the plus / minus key. Maximum speed is 5, lowest is 1.
Chosen speed
Select
Find the features in the bottom with the “Select” button.
Setting the seat - back and leg supports
Chosen speed
Select
Press the arrow up / down until the image shows the chair. Use
the “Select” to choose the function you want modified. Use the
joystick to change example angle of the seat back.
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Function
Icon
Seat angle (Tilt)
Backrest angle
Seat height
Left footrest
Right footrest
footrest both
Lying down
Headrest
Only the available options will be displayed.
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Light on / off
Push the arrow up / down until the image for light is shown in
the centre.
Push the joystick forward to turn the light on. And again to turn
of the light.
Push the joystick back to activate the hazard warning lights.
Push the joystick back again to turn it of.
Push the joystick right or left to activate the indicators right or
left. Turn of the indicators by puching the joystick to the same
side again.
Setting the Backlight
Press the arrow up / down until the sun i shown i the centre.
Push the joystick forward to enter the settings. Use the Select
button or joystick right / left to change the brightness.
Use Joystick forward / back or arrow up / down to accept the
new settings and return to the main menu.
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Setting the display environment
Use the arrows up /down until “day / night” icon i shown in the
centre. Push the joystick forward to enter settings. The image
below will show.
1
2
3
Exit / Cancel
Exit / Cancel
Setting
Result
1 - Indoor
The display will show a black background color.
2 - Outdoor
The display will show a white background color.
3 - Automatic
The background color will change (black/white) accordingly to
the surrounding light.
Use ”Select” or joystick right / left to select setting.
Push the joystick forward to accept the new settings and return
to the main menu.
If you push the Joystick back or use the arrow up / down, the
new setting will be dismissed and you will return to the main
menu.
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Setting the Clock
Use arrow up / down until the clock is shown in the centre. Push
the joystick forward to enter settings. The image below will show.
Press the Select button or push the joystick right / left to choose
the digit to change.
Joystick forward make the number count forward.
Joystick back accept the new settings and return to the main
menu.
Arrow up / down dismiss the new settings and return to the
main menu.
System lock
To lock the DX system
Press the on / off button, for 4 sec. while the system is turned on.
The system will now shut down in locked condition.
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To unlock the DX system
Press the on / off button. The system will show a lock in the display.
Press the horn twice within 10 seconds. The system will boot
normally.
Error Code
Code Cause
Meaning
1
Could mean:
- Errors in programming
- Error in wire connection
- Internal fault in a module
DX Module
Turn off the chair and turn on again. If it doesn’t works,
contact qualified technician (HMC or therapist).
2
DX Accessory
Could mean:
- driving slowly because of raised seat.
(programming). Not an arror.
Lower the seat as much as possible. If it doesn’t works,
contact qualified technician (HMC or therapist).
3
Motor 1 / L
(M1)
Could mean:
- Loose connection from the engine to power module
- Short circuit
Check that no plug is loose.
Contact competent technician (HMC or therapist).
4
Motor 2 / L
(M2)
Could mean:
- Loose connection from the engine to power module
- Short circuit
Check that no plug is loose.
Contact competent technician (HMC or therapist).
5
Parking brake
1 (M1 left)
Could mean:
- Loose connection
- Short circuit
Check that no plug is loose.
Contact competent technician (HMC or therapist).
6
Parking brake
2 (M2 right)
Could mean:
- Loose connection
- Short circuit
Check that no plug is loose.
Contact competent technician (HMC or therapist).
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Extra
DX2 joystick can, using a DX Infra-red Interface Transmitter
System, control all electronic equipment, that work via remote
control with infrared light. Be it TV, radio, computer mice and
other things.
Accessories that make it possible:
DX-IRIS2 Infra-red Interface Transmitter System
To be Mounted on the chair, and are able to communicate with
infrared-equipped television, radio or computer mouse.
DX-MTX Infra-red Mouse Transmitter
To be Mounted on the chair, and are able to communicate
with an infra-red computer mouse. This makes it possible to
navigate the mouse around on a PC screen using the joystick.
See below.
Use arrow up / down to find the mouse icon. As long as the
mouse is blue, it is not active. Activate by pushing the joystick
forward. Now the mouse turns green.
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Use the joystick to move the mouse on the computer screen.
Use the “Select” button to make a mouse click. It works the
same way as the mouse. You can make single clicks and
double clicks, depending on what your PC is configured to use.
Disable mouse again using the arrow up / down button. New
feature can now be selected.
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Safety check
Daily safety check:
The electronic system has an integrated safety check which
runs up to 100 times per minute. To supplement this check, you
should carry out the following regular checks.
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Switch off the electronic system (no lights in the display)
Check if the joystick is bent
Check if the joystick is damaged in any other way
Check that it returns to the central position when you release it
If the check reveals any problems, contact a competent service
engineer before using the powered wheelchair again.
Weekly safety check:
Parking brake: This test must be carried out on a flat surface
with at least one metre of free space around the powered
wheelchair.
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Start the powered wheelchair and slowly move the joystick
forward. There is a clicking sound. (The powered wheelchair may
start to move in this setting).
Immediately release the joystick and listen for the clicking sound,
which should occur within one second.
Repeat in all directions.
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Check that the rubber bellows around the joystick is intact. This
is important, as the bellows prevent moisture getting into the
electronic system.
Check that the control box is properly secured.
If the check reveals any problems, contact a competent service
engineer before using the powered wheelchair again.
Monthly check
Check the tyre pressure at least once a month. It should be 2,8
bar.
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Yearly
The MC Concept 1103 is designed to stay safe to use for at
least 10 years, up to a maximum of 5,000 hours, providing it has
service and safety inspections every year, which is equivalent
to around 500 operating hours. The service must be carried out
either by Medema Danmark A/S or 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.
Programming
The Dynamic electronic system is programmable so that the
driving characteristics can be optimised for individual users.
Programming must only be carried out by people trained in
Dynamic’s control systems. Changing parameters incorrectly
can produce driving characteristics that are dangerous for the
user.
Note
Mobile phones should not be used very close to the wheelchair
as they generate electromagnetic fields that may affect the
electronic system.
The electronic system of the wheelchair itself also generates
some electromagnetic fields, which on rare occasions may
affect equipment like the alarm systems in shops.
Dynamic’s control systems have been tested and meet the
requirements of ISO7176/14 and EN12184
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Serial number
All powered wheelchairs have a serial number plate showing
the year of production, month 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.
Serial number
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vehicle incl. batteries
and seat
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Driving the MC Concept 1103
MC Concept is a modern device, specially developed to help
you achieve maximum mobility.
Before getting on or off the vehicle, you must check the
following:
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That the wheelchair is switched off.
That the wheelchair is not disengaged.
That the wheelchair and the seat you are moving to are both
stable.
Avoid placing your full body weight on the footrests.
This may tip the wheelchair forwards.
If you are using the MC Concept for the first time, you should try
out all the day-to-day situations you are likely to encounter:
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inclines/declines,
driving on rough terrain
driving on sloping terrain.
You should practice these manoeuvres with your therapist or
other carer.
Warning!
The seat should NEVER be hoisted while driving on uneven
surfaces, slopes or up and down kerbs. The higher the seat is
raised, the more unstable the chair becomes.
Arms and legs
While driving, you must place your arms on the armrests and
your feet on the footrests.
Cables and leads
Always make sure that cables and leads from components like
the joystick are fixed using ties.
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Changes of level
Never attempt to climb onto raised objects or kerbs higher than
4 cm. Always approach changes of level head on, with the front
and back wheels moving in a straight line. (See below.) This
reduces the possibility of tipping.
Note!
If your MC Concept/vehicle is fitted with a docking system from
Dahl Engineering, note that the clearance is reduced to 3 cm.
Fig 1
Fig 2
Fig 3
Fig 4
Driving on hills
When driving on hills, you should try to keep the powered
wheelchair moving all the time. If you have to stop, start up
again slowly.
When driving downhill, you must drive at the slowest speed.
If the MC Concept starts moving faster than you want, stop it
by completely releasing the joystick. Carefully push the joystick
forwards again and carry on with care until you reach the
bottom of the hill.
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11 tips for driving the MC Concept:
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Reduce the speed when turning corners and going downhill.
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Reduce the speed when driving on inclines. Maximum incline = 8° = 14%
•
Reduce the speed when driving on a sideways incline. Maximum
sideways incline = 8°
•
Avoid driving and parking in the rain
•
Avoid parking on snow and ice.
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Always park on a level (flat) surface.
•
Avoid driving on rough ground.
•
Avoid driving on icy surfaces, or smooth surfaces (for example
snow or freshly mown grass)
•
Never attempt to climb kerbs higher than 4 cm. If the powered
wheelchair has a docking system, the clearance is reduced to 3
cm.
•
Avoiding driving over kerbs diagonally. There is a risk of tipping
over.
•
Not to be used for towing other vehicles, etc.
Note!
Talk to your doctor if you are taking medicine that may affect
your ability to drive motorised vehicles.
Do not drive the MC Concept when intoxicated. This applies to
both medicine and alcohol.
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Driving on public roads:
When driving on public roads, footpaths, pedestrian streets, car
parks, shopping centres, etc. you must make sure you adjust
your speed and distance for other users. At 7 km/h you must
follow the traffic rules applicable to cyclists. This also means
that your lights must be switched on during lighting-up time.
(Optional extra)
On footpaths, the maximum speed is 6 km/h. In this situation
you are regarded as a pedestrian.
Note!
You should assume that other road users cannot see you while
you are sitting in the MC Concept. So take great care and wait
for the road to clear before crossing.
Driving on stairs/escalators:
The powered wheelchair is not designed for use on stairs or
escalators and any attempt to do so may cause serious injury to
yourself and others.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
The MC Concept 1103 satisfies the requirements for the use of
powered wheelchairs in an environment with electromagnetic
noise. There may, however, be rare situations in which
electromagnetic noise can affect the MC Concept 1103.
Sources of such noise include radio and television stations,
amateur radio transmitters and mobile phones.
If such equipment is being used close by, you are
recommended to switch off the MC Concept.
Avoid using a mobile phone while driving.
If the MC Concept starts making unintended movements or if
the brakes are released, turn the MC Concept off as soon as it
is safe to do so.
In rare cases a MC Concept can set off shop alarms.
Dynamic’s control systems have been tested and meet the
requirements of ISO7176/14 and EN12184.
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Brakes
The MC Concept is equipped with two sets of brakes: The
motor brake and the parking brake.
Motor braking:
When you drive downhill, the control unit of the MC Concept
applies the motor brake.
Parking brake:
When the vehicle is stationary and the joystick is not moved, a
magnetic brake is automatically applied to each drive unit. For
driving, the magnetic brake is released first, after which the MC
Concept can be driven as described above.
Note!
You must NEVER brake the MC Concept by switching off with
the I/O button while moving, as this applies the magnetic brake
with considerable force, with a resulting risk of tipping.
Disengagement:
The MC Concept is equipped with two disengagement levers:
One on each side of the vehicle.
ALWAYS disengage on both sides.
Warning!
When the powered wheelchair is disengaged, the braking system is
deactivated.
You must NEVER disengage on sloping terrain. This can lead to
serious damage or personal injury.
Normal position for driving pushed in.
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Fuses
If the indicator light flashes to indicate overheating:
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Switch off the vehicle
Wait for 3 minutes
Restart
On the right of the MC Concept behind the seat, there is a
thermal fuse protecting the battery circuit.
The fuse is white. If it pops out, you can push it back in again
after a few minutes. If it immediately pops out again, contact
your authorised dealer.
There are no external fuses that need to be replaced.
The thermal fuse is here.
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Batteries
The battery indicator shows how much power is available to the
powered wheelchair.
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Red, amber and green indicate that the batteries are fully charged.
Red and amber indicate that the batteries will soon need recharging.
Red indicates that the batteries need to be recharged as soon as
possible, otherwise the powered wheelchair will cut out.
The MC Concept’s batteries should be charged while not in use.
This extends the service life of the batteries.
The MC Concept is supplied with sealed, maintenance-free
batteries that do not normally generate gas and do not need to
be topped up with water.
Note!
Unsealed batteries must NEVER be installed in the MC Concept.
If charging is to take place outdoors, an enclosed charger
without a fan should be chosen.
Only use chargers designed for charging dry maintenance-free
GEL batteries.
Max. charging current 12 A.
The charging cable must NOT be extended.
New batteries can be purchased from your personal dealer.
Battery disposal
Used batteries must be disposed of through your supplier or at
a recycling centre.
Take care in handling any leaky batteries, as they contain
corrosive acid bound into the gel mass.
INFO: New batteries can be purchased from your personal
dealer.
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Charging
Charging
1
Plug the cable into the control box on the powered wheelchair.
2
Plug the charger into the outlet or switch it on.
3
Use the indicator lights on the charger to check that charging has started.
4
When charging has finished, switch off or unplug the charger, and then
remove the charger cable from the control box.
The actual battery indicator on the vehicle will show “full” after
charging for a short time. However, the batteries are not fully
charged until the indicator on the CHARGER turns green.
Note!
New batteries reach full capacity after approx. 20 discharge/
charge cycles.
Please note that the capacity of the batteries will reduce over
time and at low temperatures. Battery capacity at -10°C is half
that at +20°C.
If the MC Concept is not going to be used for an extended
period, charging once a month will suffice.
Note!
The charger must NOT be placed on the seat during charging.
Charging while the vehicle is switched on
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The battery indicator will flash during charging.
After charging, the battery indicator will flash for about 1 minute
after the charging cable is unplugged.
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General care
If you get food or drink, etc. on the control unit, you should wipe
it with a damp cloth.
You must only use a damp cloth to clean the MC Concept.
Note!
Using a high-pressure cleaner or hose may damage the
powered wheelchair’s electronic system.
Service intervals
The MC Concept is designed to require a minimum of maintenance.
However, you are recommended to take it to your dealer for an
annual inspection.
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
A MC Concept with a maximum speed of 10 km/h is in the eyes
of the law a bicycle, and no separate insurance is required.
Most contents/home insurance policies include third-party
liability insurance for cyclists and so also cover MC Concept
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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Storage
The powered wheelchair should be stored and charged under
cover, preferably at temperatures above 10°C.
Note!
The charger must be kept dry, but should not be covered when
in use.
For long-term storage we recommend covering the MC Concept
1103 to protect it from dust, rain and sunlight.
Transporting by motor vehicle
The MC Concept 1103 must ALWAYS be secured while being
transported.
To lift the powered wheelchair, use the pivot wheels at the front
and back. Avoid lifting by the seat or side panels.
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.
Eyes for restraints
Important!
If your MC Concept/vehicle is fitted with a docking system
from Dahl Engineering, read the instructions supplied with the
docking system.
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Transporting by plane
To transport the MC Concept by plane, the airlines require:
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the batteries to be aircraft approved
the air to be let out of the tyres
the battery leads to be disconnected (not always, but frequently).
A main switch can be fitted (optional extra).
A battery declaration for air travel can be found on the Medema
Production website:
http://www.minicrosser.dk/Download_brochurer.asp
Towing
If you should be unfortunate enough to break down, the MC
Concept can be towed or pushed. The MC Concept must
always be turned off and disengaged for towing. See the
section on Brakes.
To tow the MC Concept, secure a rope to the tow fitting on the
front - marked in yellow. Do not tow faster than 5 km/h. The
powered wheelchair will generate electricity when it is towed,
with the motors acting as dynamos. If it is towed at more than 5
km/h, there is a risk of the motors generating enough electricity
to damage the powered wheelchair and, in the worst case,
cause a fire.
Eyes for restraints
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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 MC Concept.
The MC Concept must be TURNED OFF before you start.
Jack up the MC Concept
onto a block of wood so
that the wheels are clear
of the floor/surface.
Anti-tilt wheel
Undo and remove the
middle nut.
You will now be able to
work the wheel loose.
Pivot wheel
Undo and remove the
middle nut.
You will now be able to
work the wheel loose.
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Central wheel.
You are recommended
to contact your resource
centre, etc. to obtain the
correct tools.
Use a screwdriver to prise
off the cover plug.
Remove the nut with a 17
attachment. (Use a new
nut when reassembling).
You may need to use a
wheel puller, as the wheel
may be very difficult to
remove.
Replace the wheel with
a washer and a new nut.
Apply Loctite 243 (blue) to
the thread. Push the cover
plug back on.
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Changing the battery
This is how to remove the batteries without using tools.
Always switch off the power on the MC Concept before starting
work. Raise the bellows.
Undo and remove the two finger screws behind the seat.
Disconnect cables.
If the MC Concept has leg supports, these must also be
removed along with their plugs. These are on the right and left
of the seat. See the descriptions below.
Manual central footplate
Undo the screws on both
sides and remove the
footplate.
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Manual leg supports
Press the trigger and lift of
the leg supports.
Electric leg supports
Push the catch down.
Then twist the leg support
out to the side. You will
now be able to lift it off.
There are no external
fuses that need to be
removed.
Electric central footplate
Remove the plug under
the seat on the right.
Undo the screws on both
sides and you will be able
to remove the footplate.
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You can now tilt the seat
forward for access to the
batteries.
Remove the plus and minus terminals from both batteries.
Loosen the strap around the batteries. The batteries can now
be replaced.
Take care not to trap any cables when fitting the new batteries.
Keep hold of the seat while tilting it backwards.
Battery strap
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Changing lights
In case one of the lights stop working:
•
•
Check the power supply.
Replace light module.
1
* For mounting on the
other side: Mount bracket
inverted.
*
REMEMBER!
Red light should turn
backward.
*
*
*
Pos
Art. No.
Description
Qty
1
CR-5-0000
Blink and position lights, LED, complete
1
Note! Lights are extra.
Lap belt
Is there is a need for it
you can, as an accessory,
mount a lap belt or
harness belt on Jazzy
1103
Lap belt
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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 MC Concept.
The belts MUST be attached within the angles shown in the
picture for optimum safety.
30˚
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Attachment
point
Attachment
point
25˚
10˚
Min. 150 mm
on floor
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Footplate/footrest
Manual central footplate
To adjust the footplate to
a comfortable angle for
the legs, undo the screws
shown here. You can now
adjust the footplate.
REMEMBER to tighten
the screws properly again.
To adjust the angle of
the actual footplate, use
the set screw under the
footplate.
To adjust the footplate
up and down, undo the
screws shown here.
You can now adjust the
footplate to the required
height.
REMEMBER to tighten
the screws properly again.
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You can adjust the
footplate forwards and
back. Undo the two
screws indicated on both
sides.
REMEMBER to tighten
again on both sides.
Electric central footrest
You can adjust the
footplate forwards and
back. Undo the two
screws indicated on both
sides.
REMEMBER to tighten
again on both sides.
Centring the footplate:
Undo the screws on both
side - centre - then tighten
again.
To adjust the calf pads,
undo these screws. Adjust
and tighten.
To adjust the footplate,
use the set screw shown
here
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Length adjustment:
Switch to the seat functions
setting by pressing the up/
down button.
Toggle between the settings
with the Select button.
The icon for the left leg
support starts flashing.
Move the joystick up/down
to change the length.
To adjust the angle:
Use Select button until
the icon for the right leg
support starts flashing.
Move the joystick up/down
to adjust the angle.
Adjusting both parts at
once: Move the joystick
to the right until both
leg support icons start
flashing. Move the joystick
up/down to adjust.
Note!
If you are using the electric central footplate, note that there
is a risk of trapping in four areas when the footplate is moving
forwards and backwards. See the figure below.
1
2
3
4
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Manual footrests
You can adjust the
footrests forwards and
back. This can be done by
undoing the two screws
indicated.
REMEMBER to tighten
the screws again.
To adjust the footplates
up and down, loosen this
screw, adjust and tighten
again.
Adjust the footrest angle
by loosening this clip,
adjust and tighten again.
Adjusting calf pads up/
down and the angle by
loosening these two
screws. Tighten again
after adjusting.
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To ease getting in and
out of the chiar, the led
support can swing away.
It is done by pressing this
release handle down.
In this position, you will
be able to lift off the leg
support whithout any
tools.
Electric footrests
You can adjust the
footrests forwards and
back. This can be done by
undoing the two screws
indicated.
REMEMBER to tighten
the screws again.
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Adjusting the height and
angle using the joystick:
Switch to the seat functions
setting by pressing the up/
down button.
Toggle between the settings
with the Select button.
The icon for the left leg
support starts flashing, and
you can adjust it by moving
the joystick up and down.
Use the Select button until
the icon for the right leg
support starts flashing.
If both icons are flashing,
you can adjust both leg
supports at once.
To adjust the calf pads,
undo these screws.
Remember to tighten
again after finishing the
adjustment.
Push the release handle
and swing the leg support
to the side.
In this position, you will
be able to lift off the leg
support.
Note!
There are no leads that
need to be removed.
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You can adjust the height
manually by undoing this
screw, adjusting, then tighten
again.
You can adjust the angle of
the footplates by undoing this
screw, adjusting, then tighten
again.
Introduction to Ergo Lux
Armrest angle
You can use the adjusting
screw 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.
Adjusting screw.
2
1
3
Seat adjustment.
1.
2.
3.
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Height adjustment of armrest.
Armrest position adjustment - forward/back - 2 screws.
Seat depth adjustment, both sides
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Adjusting the headrest
4
3
2
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
Height adjustment
Adjustment forward/back:
Headrest angle
Adjusting the headrest
Swing-away fitting
Release lever
The MC Concept can be equipped with a swing-away fitting. To
use it, push the release handle and you can move the joystick
to the side.
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Adjusting the Spinalus backrest
Easy access to adjustments through four large zips.
The adjustments are
made just behind the
zips. To set the shape
of the backrest, undo
the four screws.
All bolts on the Spinalus
can be undone and
adjusted for the user.
Fig 1
Figs. 1 and 2 show the Spinalus
backrest with maximum
settings.
Fig 2
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DAHL docking system
Dahl Engineering’s newly developed electric Docking System
sets completely new standards of flexibility and safety for
wheelchair users.
It is the only system to be tested and TÜV approved under
EU safety directives for passenger vehicles (M1), with electric
mobility powered wheelchairs weighing 147 kg and using the
built-in lap belt.
The testing proved that the docking station is strong enough to
cope with a load equivalent to the powered wheelchair weight
of over 200 kg + one passenger, if the safety belt is fitted to the
base of the vehicle in the traditional way.
Contact DAHL Engineering for further information and
documentation.
Art. nr.: 000000 - Dahl Docking System
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Reconditioning
When preparing a MC Concept for a new user it is important to
check the following.
•
Transaxle - clean and check for leaks. Check bearings.
•
Tyre pressure (see technical data).
•
Condition of tyres (check for cracks and abnormal wear).
•
Cables (check that the cable insulation is undamaged and that no cables
are trapped, secure loose cables, check for signs of heat damage).
•
Control unit with joystick (check for moisture, function test).
•
Batteries (load test, check battery terminals and strap).
•
Charger (check that the charger is supplying the correct charge
voltage/current).
•
Fuses (function test).
•
Moving parts like leg supports, etc. (lubricate with acid-free oil).
•
Check wheels (pivot wheels, anti-tilt wheels and central wheels).
Clean and check for play.
•
Check the brakes/disengagement.
•
Bolts and washers (check bolts/washers everywhere on the
powered wheelchair. Check they are tightened properly and that
they are intact).
•
Hoist and tilt (check for breaks on the frame, hoist and tilt. Check
that there are no cracks or breaks - must not be welded).
•
Frame (check for cracks, remove any rust, repaint. Must not be welded).
•
Switches (check the switch controlling the speed reduction when
the hoist is activated).
•
Accessories (check the accessories, manual and electronic.
Replace any faulty finger screws or handles).
Test drive (test all functions at their maximum settings. Test drive
the powered wheelchair under maximum load).
•
•
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seat.
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If the panels have lost their shine:
•
Wipe the panels dry with a damp cloth.
•
Wax them with car wax.
Further information: See the Service Instructions.
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Technical data
MC Concept 1103
General information:
Wheel sizes:
Safety wheels: front
Central wheels: middle
Pivot wheels: back
Ø150 mm / solid
Ø250 mm / pneumatic
Ø200 mm / solid
Total length
79 cm
Total width
58 cm
Weight incl. seat (45 cm)
140 kg
Weight without seat
116,5 kg
Tyre pressure for central wheels
2,8 bar
Max. speed
6 km/t
Clearance
w/ith docking station
7,5 cm
3 cm
Change of level
w/ith docking station
4 cm
3 cm
Turning circle
95 cm
Motor
2 motors with central drive
Max. user weight
125 kg
Suspension
Ja
Dynamic stability
3° = 5%
Optional extras possible
Yes
Standard colour
Black
Classification
Class A
Batteries:
Batteries
2 x 12 V / 34 Ah
Battery dimensions
19,6 x 13,0 x 17,7 cm
Battery weight
2 x 11 kg
Charging time
10 hours
Charger
24V DC - 6/8 A
Driving distance
25 km (*)
Electronic system
80 A Dynamic
Seats (Spinalus):
Seat width
35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60 cm
Seat depth
32-52 cm
Height of backrest
36, 48, 56, cm
Seat Tilt
- 5° + 25°
Angle of backrest
+ 40° - 95°
Lights:
Indicators / Lights
LED (Extra equipment)
(*) Driving distance is depending on: temperature, wind, terrain, tyre pressure and user weight.
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International addresses
Australia / New Zealand
Germany
Pride Mobility Products
Tel: +61 3 9706-4611
Fax: +61 3 9706-4622
Email: prideaustralia@pride-mobility.com.au
Internet: www.pridemobility.com/international/Australia/australia.asp
Baden Württemberg Bavaria
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/
Belgien
Mobile Belgium
Tel: +32 (0)50 317919
Fax: +32 (0)50 311026
Email: info@mobilescooter.be
Internet: www.mobilescooter.be
Germany
Baden Württemberg
Elofahr Palm
Tel: +49 07225 918 831
Fax: +49 07225 988 070
Mobile: +49 0171 314 7726
Email: uwepalm@web.de
Denmark
Head Office/Jutland
Medema Danmark A/S
Tel: +45 7010 1755
Fax: +45 9718 8835
Email: info@medema.com
Internet: www.medema.dk
Denmark
Zealand
Medema Danmark A/S
Tel: +45 7010 1755
Fax: +45 5664 3388
Email: info@medema.com
Internet: www.medema.dk
Denmark
Funen
Medema Danmark A/S
Tel: +45 7010 1755
Email: info@medema.com
Internet: www.medema.dk
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
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Germany
Berlin, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, Saxony-Anhalt,
Thuringia, Brandenburg and Saxony
Conze Elektro-Mobile
Tel: +49 030 6789 7969
Fax: +49 030 6789 7968
Email: info@elektro-mobile.de
Internet: www.elektro-mobile.de
Germany
Hesse, Rhineland-Palatinate, Saarland and Lower
Franconia
Beromobil GmbH
Elektromobile Treppenlifte
Tel: +49 06123 - 60 57 22
Fax: +49 06123 - 60 57 23
Email: info@beromobil.de
Internet: www.beromobil.de
Germany
Schleswig-Holstein, Lower Saxony and North RhineWestphalia
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
Greece
AMEASHOP
ȉel.: 210 7777545
Fax.: 210 7777835
Mobile: 6970021890
Internet: www.ameashop.gr
Email: faidros@ameashop.gr
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Holland
Switzerland
Richard van Seenus Nederland B.V.
Tel: +31 (0) 36 53 20 450
Fax: +31 (0) 36 53 21 308
Email: info@vanseenus.nl
Internet: www.vanseenus.nl
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
Island
UK
Icepharma HF
Tel: +354 540 8000
Fax: +354 540 8001
Email: icepharma@icepharma.is
Internet: www.icepharma.is
Mini Crosser Ltd
Tel: Sales +(44) 0800 043 0029
Tel: Service & Warranty +(44) 0800 169 9588
Email: sales@mini-crosser.co.uk
Internet: www.mini-crosser.co.uk
Italy
UK
Comfort Online s.r.l. - Società Unipersonale
Tel.: +39 041 5461105
Fax: +39 041 5462098
Email: info@comfortonline.it
Internet: www.comfortonline.it
Active Mobility
Tel.: +(44) 0135 77 44 22
Internet: www.active-mobility.co.uk
USA / Canada
Norway
Medema gruppen AS
Tel: +47 6706 4900
Fax: +47 6706 4990
Email: ¿rmapost@medema.no
Internet: www.medema.no
Pride Mobility Products Corp.
Tel: +1 800 800 8586
Fax: +1 800 800 1636
Internet: www.pridemobility.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/
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
Sweden
Minicrosser AB
Tel: (+46) 303 245 200
Fax: (+46) 303 245 228
Email: info@minicrosser.se
Internet: www.minicrosser.se
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