SERVICE MANUAL
US
Permobil C500
Power wheelchair
How to contact Permobil
Permobil Inc. USA
6961 Eastgate Blvd.
Lebanon, TN 37090
USA
Phone: 800-736-0925
Fax:
800-231-3256
Email: info@permobilusa.com
Head Office of the Permobil group
Permobil AB
Box 120, 861 23 Timrå, Sweden
Tel: +46 60 59 59 00. Fax: +46 60 57 52 50
E-mail: info@permobil.se
Produced and published by Permobil AB, Sweden
Edition no.4, 2009-06
Order no.: 205210-US-0
Contents
Contents
Introduction ...................................................................................................... 5
Identification plates ......................................................................................... 6
Covers ............................................................................................................... 7
Batteries ........................................................................................................... 8
Front wheels ................................................................................................... 10
Rear wheels .................................................................................................... 12
Support wheels .............................................................................................. 14
Wheel forks .................................................................................................... 16
Rear wheel suspension ................................................................................. 17
Shock absorbers ............................................................................................ 18
Slewing brackets ........................................................................................... 20
Wheel lock release cable .............................................................................. 22
Wheel lock release sensor ............................................................................ 24
Magnetic wheel lock ...................................................................................... 25
Drive motor ..................................................................................................... 28
Seat elevator .................................................................................................. 30
Manual Raising/Lowering of the Seat elevator ........................................... 30
Removing the Seat elevator ....................................................................... 31
Seat elevator cable ..................................................................................... 32
Seat elevator motor .................................................................................... 32
Seat elevator drive belt ............................................................................... 33
Fixed seat post .............................................................................................. 34
Adjusting the Seat Height ........................................................................... 34
Removal ...................................................................................................... 35
Control panel .................................................................................................. 36
Seat control panel........................................................................................ 36
Pilot+ controller ............................................................................................. 37
SLS drive stage .............................................................................................. 38
Fuses ..............................................................................................................
Circuit breaker ..........................................................................................
SLS fuse .....................................................................................................
Charging fuse .............................................................................................
Fuse for seat/lighting ..................................................................................
39
39
40
40
41
ESP module .................................................................................................... 42
Lights .............................................................................................................. 46
Control System .............................................................................................. 48
Trouble shooting ............................................................................................ 49
Cabling overview ........................................................................................... 52
Distribution Chart .......................................................................................... 54
Index ............................................................................................................... 57
4
Introduction
Introduction
The Service Manual is intended for technical personnel who maintain and repair power wheelchairs.
It is important that anyone who performs maintenance and repairs described in this manual reads and
understands the content of this manual so that the work is performed professionally. Always state the
chassis number when contacting Permobil to ensure that the correct information is provided.
Technical Support
In the event of technical problems, you should contact your dealer, or Permobil Inc. USA at 800-736-0925.
Spare parts
Spare parts must be ordered through your dealer.
Warranties
Contact your dealer or Permobil Inc. USA for information about the warranties for this chair.
Maintenance
See the information in the Owner’s Manual.
5
Identification plates
Identification plates
Chassis
Chassis identification number.
Pilot+ controller
Pilot+ controller identification number.
Control panel Pilot+
Control panel Pilot+ identification number.
6
Covers
Covers
Removing the seat elevator cover
1. Raise the seat to the highest position. If the
chassis is equiped with fixed seat post, see
page 34. If the seat elevator does not work
normally because the batteries are discharged
or the actuator is defective, the seat can be
raised/lowered manually, see page 30.
2. The seat elevator cover is mounted with four
plastic plugs which can be flipped up using a
screwdriver.
3. Remove the seat elevator cover by lifting it
upwards/forwards.
The seat elevator cover is mounted with
four plastic plugs.
Fitting
Fit the cover in the reverse order.
Removing the chassis cover
1. Raise the seat to the highest position. If the
chassis is equiped with fixed seat post, see
page 34. If the seat elevator does not work
normally because the batteries are discharged
or the actuator is defective, the seat can be
raised/lowered manually, see page 30.
2. Remove the seat elevator cover, see above.
3. Remove the two knobs on the front edge of
the cover, see fig.
4. Unscrew the knob at the far back of the
chassis cover, see fig.
5. Remove the chassis cover by lifting it
upwards/backwards.
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The chassis cover is mounted with two knobs at
the front edge and one knob at the back.
NOTE
If the chair is equipped with lighting, disconnect the rear-light
cabling at the connector fitted on the cabling.
Fitting
Fit the cover in the reverse order.
Removing the front fender
1. Remove the three screws, see fig.
2. Remove the front
upwards/forwards.
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fender
by
lifting
it
NOTE
If the chair is equipped with lighting, remove the chassis- and
seat elevator cover. Disconnect the front-light cabling at the
connector fitted on the cabling.
The front fender is mounted with three screws.
Fitting
Fit the front fender in the reverse order.
7
Batteries
Batteries
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Off
On
WARNING
Be careful when using metal objects when working with
batteries. A short-circuit can easily cause an explosion.
Always use safety gloves and safety goggles.
Removal
1. Place the wheelchair on a level surface.
2. Switch off the main power switch on the
control panel.
3. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position.
Circuit breaker (Off/On).
4. Loosen the rear end of the chassis cover a little
by unscrewing the knob that holds the cover.
5. Open the battery covers by loosening the
knobs that holds the battery covers, and drop
the covers down.
The knobs on the chassisand the battery cover.
6. Use the battery straps to pull each battery out
just enough so you can loosen the outer
battery connection.
7. Loosen the outer battery connection.
8. Pull the batteries completely out and
disconnect the inner battery connections.
9. Remove the batteries.
Pulling out the batteries
8
Batteries
Batteries
Fitting
1. Lift new batteries into the chassis using the
battery belt. Leave the battery belt on the
batteries. Place the battery with the battery
terminals facing backwards, see fig.
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WARNING
Be careful when using metal objects when working with
batteries. A short-circuit can easily cause an explosion.
Always use safety gloves and safety goggles.
Fit the inner battery connections.
2. Fit the inner battery connections.
3. Push the batteries halfway into the chassis.
4. Fit the outer battery connections.
5. Push the batteries fully into the chassis.
Fit the outer battery connections.
6. Close the battery covers and tighten the knobs.
7. Put the circuit breaker in the “ON” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see figure.
The knobs on the chassisand the battery cover.
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Front wheels
Front wheels
Removal
1. Turn off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2. Lift the wheelchair chassis and support it on
blocks so that the wheel is off the ground.
3. Remove the hubcap (1), bolt (2) and the three
washers (3 and 4); see figure.
4. Pull the wheel off the shaft. Use puller
304103-99-0 if the wheel is tight; see figure.
Fitting
1. Check that the wheel shaft and rim are
undamaged. Clean as necessary to remove
dirt and rust. Replace damaged parts.
Puller 304103-99-0.
2. Check that the key is firmly attached and
undamaged; fit a new key if necessary.
3. Lubricate the shaft with a thin layer of copper
paste (Würth 0893800x, Art. no.: 1820540).
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WARNING
Do not use any type of lubrication in the threaded hole in the
axle or on the bolt.
4. Fit the wheel onto the axle. The use of hand
force only is preferred, but, if need be,
carefully use a rubber mallet, whose head
diameter is no less than 1.5 inches (38 mm), to
ensure that the rim is fully seated upon the motor.
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NOTE
Hitting too hard with a rubber mallet could cause damage to
the gear.
1
5. Mount the three washers (3) and 4) onto the
bolt (2) and secure the wheel. Use a torque
wrench to tighten the bolt to 24 ft-Ibs (33Nm).
Install the hub cap (1). See Fig. 13.
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3 4
5
6
Fitting of rim.
Pos.
NOTE
The washer (4) should be placed with the most flat side
inwards.
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2
WARNING
The bolt must be used once only. Removed bolt is not
allowed to be refitted.
Other types of bolts or washers are not to be used.
Do not use any other type of thread lock.
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Description
1
Hubcap
2
Bolt, ISO 4762 M8x25 10.9 Fe/Zn 5 C2 / Locking
coat DIN 267-28
3
Shim washer DIN 988 8 A2 (DB 8x14x0.5 Stainless)
4
Washer, 8 HB 305 Fe/Zn 5 C2 (TBRSB 8,4x26x5)
5
Front wheel
6
Key DIN 6885A 6x6x22
Front wheels
Front wheels
Replacement of inner tube
1. Turn off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2. Put the wheelchair up on blocks so that the
wheel is free and then let the air out of it.
3. Force the tire off the rim.
4. Remove the broken inner tube
5. Fit a new inner tube.
6. Refit the tire.
7. Fill the tire with air, see below.
Filling Valve, front wheel
Filling with air
Check at regular intervals that the wheelchair's tires
have the prescribed tire pressure. An incorrect tire
pressure can cause deterioration in stability and
manueverability, plus extremely low air pressure can
give rise to abnormal wear as well as shorter driving
distances. So check regularly to see that the tires
are maintained at a pressure of 29 psi (200 kPa).
1. Unscrew the plastic cap on the air valve of
the tire.
2. Connect the compressed air nozzle to the air
valve and adjust the tire pressure to the
prescribed level.
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Force the tire off the rim.
WARNING
The recommended air pressure for front/rear tires is 29 psi
(200 kPa). Overfilling causes a risk of explosion. Incorrect tire
pressure can involve a deterioration of stability and
manueverability, so check regularly that the tire contains the
prescribed air pressure.
Rim, innertube and tire.
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Rear wheels
Rear wheels
Removal
1. Turn off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2. Lift the wheelchair chassis and support it on
blocks so that the wheel is off the ground.
3. Remove the hucap (1).
4. Remove the screw (2) and the washer (3).
5. Pull the wheel off the shaft.
Fitting
1. Check that the wheel shaft and rim are
undamaged. Clean as necessary to remove
dirt and rust. Replace damaged parts.
Rear wheel
2. Fit the wheel onto the axle with the use of
hand force only. Make sure the rim is fully
seated upon the axle.
3. Fit the washer (3) onto the screw (2) and
secure the wheel.
Use a torque wrench to tighten the bolt to 17.7 ftIbs (24 Nm).
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NOTE
Do not use a Pneumatic impact wrench.
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WARNING
The bolt must be used once only. Removed bolt is not
allowed to be refitted.
Other types of bolts or washers are not to be used.
Do not use any other type of thread lock.
1
2
4
3
Fitting of rim.
Pos.
12
Description
1
Hubcap
2
Bolt, ISO 4017 M8x16 8.8 Fe/Zn 5 C1 / Locking
coat DIN 267-28
3
Washer, 8.5x23x3
4
Rear heel
Rear wheels
Rear wheel with air
Replacement of inner tube
1. Turn off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2. Lift the wheelchair chassis and support it on
blocks so that the wheel is off the ground.
3. Remove the rear wheel, see page 12.
4. Let the air out of the tire.
5. Remove the five bolts with nuts thats holds
the inner and outer part s of the rim together,
see figure below.
6. Remove the broken inner tube.
Filling Valve, rear wheel
7. Fit a new inner tube in the tire.
8. Refit the rim parts, fit the outer part with the
innertubes valve throu the hole, see fig.
Assemble the rim with the tire, making sure the
tube doesn’t get trapped between the two
halves of the rim
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WARNING
The recommended air pressure for front/rear tires is 29 psi
(200 kPa). Overfilling causes a risk of explosion. Incorrect tire
pressure can involve a deterioration of stability and
manueverability, so check regularly that the tire contains the
prescribed air pressure.
9. Refit the five bolts with nuts.
10. Fill the tire with air, see below.
If the wheel bolt is removed for tire service, replace it with a
new, unused part from Permobil and tighten the bolt to the
recommended torque. Also, inspect the drive axle and wheel
rim for any damage. Damage to either part can cause the
wheel bolt to loosen or fracture. Permobil recommends that
wheel bolts be used only one time.
Filling with air
Check at regular intervals that the wheelchair's tires
have the prescribed tire pressure. An incorrect tire
pressure can cause deterioration in stability and
manueverability, plus extremely low air pressure can
give rise to abnormal wear as well as shorter driving
distances. So check regularly to see that the tires
are maintained at a pressure of 29 psi (200 kPa).
Pos.
Description
1
Hubcap
1. Unscrew the plastic cap on the air valve of
the tire.
2
Bolt, ISO 4017 M8x16 8.8 Fe/Zn 5 C1 / Locking
coat DIN 267-28
2. Connect the compressed air nozzle to the air
valve and adjust the tire pressure to the
prescribed level.
3
Washer, 8.5x23x3
4
Bolt, ISO 4762 M6x40 8.8 Fe/Zn 5 C1
5
Rim, Outer part.
6
Inner tube, 210x65 TR-87
7
Tire, 2,50x3 (210x65)
8
Rim, Inner part.
9
Locking nut, ISO 7040, M8 Fe/Zn 5 C1
1
2 3
4
5
6
Rim with innertube and tire.
13
7
8
9
Support wheels
Support Wheels
The support wheels should always be fitted in the
lower position, see fig.
Removing the support wheels
1. Turn off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2. Remove the bolt, see fig.
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WARNING
Removing the support wheels entails an increased risk of the
wheelchair tipping over. Wheelchairs with support wheels
fitted as standard must not be driven when the support
wheels are removed.
The support wheels should always be
fitted in the lower position.
Fitting
1. Turn off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2. Fit the support wheel with screw, washer and
nut in the lower position, see fig.
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NOTE
The support wheels should always be fitted in the lower
position.
Chassis with support wheels fitted.
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Support wheels
Support Wheels
Removing the support wheel unit
1. Turn off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2. Remove the front wheel on the side in question,
see page 10.
3. Remove the three bolts that holds the support
wheel unit and the drive unit.
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WARNING
Removing the support wheels entails an increased risk of the
wheelchair tipping over. Wheelchairs with support wheels
fitted as standard must not be driven when the support
wheels are removed.
Removal/fitting of the support wheel unit.
Fitting
Fit the support wheel unit in the reverse order.
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Wheel Forks
Wheel Forks
Removal
1
1. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2
3
2. Lift up and chock up the wheelchair chassis so
that the wheel in question is free of the ground.
4
3. Remove the cap from the top of the link arm.
See fig.
4. Remove the wheel fork. It is fitted with one
bolt from above, see fig.
6 5
Fitting
Fit the wheel fork in the reverse order.
Fit the O-ring on the friction plate. See figure
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NOTE
Lubricate the O-ring with Lubricant friction brake,
Part. no: 1820405
No other type of lubricant than that stated here may be used.
Wheel fork with friction brake.
Pos.
Use a torque wrench to tighten the bolt to 17.7
ft-Ibs (24Nm).
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NOTE
Do not use a Pneumatic impact wrench.
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Description
1
Plastic plug
2
Bolt, ISO 4017 M8x16 8.8 Fe/Zn 5 C1/
Locking coat DIN 267-28
3
O-ring, Ø24,2x3 EPDM
4
Friction plate
5
Bearing 6002-2RS1 (15x32x9)
6
Circlip DIN 472 Ø32
Lubricant friction brake, Momentum, PRO AA 2/0,025
WARNING
The bolt must be used once only. Removed bolt is not
allowed to be refitted.
Other types of bolts or washers are not to be used.
Do not use any other type of thread lock.
Fit the O-ring In the groove of the friction plate.
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Rear wheel suspension
Rear wheel suspension
1
Removal
1. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2
2. Lift up and chock up the wheelchair chassis
so that the rear wheel suspension is free of
the ground.
3. Remove the rear wheel suspension. It is fitted
with three bolts with two washers and one nut
each, see fig.
4. Pull the rear wheel suspension straight
backwards.
Fitting
1. Check that the rear wheel suspension
bushings are undamaged. Clean as necessary
to remove dirt and rust. Replace damaged
parts.
2
2. Fit the rear wheel suspension to the chassis.
3. Fit the three bolts with washers and nuts, see fig.
Tighten the bolts holding the rear wheel
suspension in place with a torque wrench.
3
Use a torque wrench to tighten the bolt to
67 ft-Ibs (91Nm).
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The rear wheel suspension is fitted with three
bolts with two washers and one nut each.
WARNING
Pos.
Other types of bolts or washers are not to be used.
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NOTE
Do not use a Pneumatic impact wrench.
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Description
1
Bolt, DIN 931 M12x75 8.8 FE/Zn 8 C1
2
Washer, ISO 7089 12 200 HV Fe/Zn 8 C1 (13x24x2.5)
3
Nut, DIN 982 M12 8 Fe/Zn 8 C1
Shock Absorbers
Shock Absorbers
Removal
1. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2. Remove the front fender on the side in
question, see page 7.
3. Lift up and chock up the wheelchair chassis so
that the wheel in question is free of the ground.
4. Loosen the shock absorbers front end. It is
fitted with a bolt, two washers and a nut, see fig.
5. Loosen the shock absorbers rear end. It is
fitted with a bolt, two washers and a nut, see fig.
Shock absorber
Fitting
Fit the shock absorber in the reverse order. Adjust
the shock absorbers spring force before fitting,
see below.
The shock absorber is fitted with a bolt,
two washers and a nut
Adjusting
Before the new shock absorber is mounted, it must be adjusted to the proper value.
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NOTE
On early models of the chassis, DNM shock absorbers are fitted. Make sure using the right settings for the right shock absorber.
The spring force
The spring force can be set to suit different user weights using the adjustment nut. Increase the
dimension for a harder suspension, decrease the dimension for a softer suspension, see fig.
Return damping valve
To get standard setting, screw the return damping valve fully clockwise by hand. Then screw the valve
fully counterclockwise, counting the ”clicks”. Then screw the valve halfway clockwise i.e. halve the
number of ”clicks”.
Screw the valve clockwise (open the valve) for softer damping, or counterclockwise (close the valve) to
have harder damping .
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Shock Absorbers
Adjusting the KS 291 Shock Absorber
Adjustment of shock absorber spring
User weights
0
- 110 Ibs
Setting
5/8 inch
(16 mm)
110 -155 Ibs
21/32 inch (17 mm)
155 -200 Ibs
3/4 inch
200 -265 Ibs
13/16 inch (21 mm)
265 -310 Ibs
15/16 inch (24 mm)
(19 mm)
Setting
Setting
Adjustment nut
Return damping valve
Adjusting the DNM Shock Absorber
Return damping valve
Stop spring
Adjustment nut
Setting
Adjustment of shock absorber spring
User weights
0 110 155 200 -
110 Ib.
155 Ib.
200 Ib.
264 Ib.
Setting
0
3/32
5/32
1/4
- 3/32 inch
- 5/32 inch
- 1/4 inch
- 3/8 inch
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NOTE
Make sure the stop spring is in the right position.
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Slewing brackets
Slewing brackets
Removal
1. Raise the seat to the highest position. If the
chassis is equiped with fixed seat post, see
page 34. If the seat elevator does not work
normally because the batteries are discharged
or the actuator is defective, the seat can be
raised/lowered manually, see page 30.
2. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
3. Remove the seat elevator cover, chassis cover
and the front fender on the side in question,
see page 7.
The electrical connections of the drive
motors and the wheel locks are positioned
on the inside of the chassis, on each side of
the seat elevator/seat post.
4. Lift up and chock up the wheelchair chassis so
that the wheel in question is free of the ground.
5. Remove the front wheel, see page 10.
6. Disconnect the electrical connection for the
drive motor and the magnetic wheel lock.
The connections are positioned on the inside
of the chassis, on each side of the seat
elevator/seat post, see fig.
7. Disconnect the wheel lock release cable
The electrical connection for the drive
motor and the magnetic wheel lock.
8. Remove the shock absorbers front bracket,
see fig.
The shock absorbers front bracket.
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Slewing brackets
Slewing brackets
9. Loosen the rear end of the chassis cover a little
by unscrewing the knob that holds the cover.
10. Open the battery cover on the side in
quesstion by loosening the knobs that holds
the battery cover, and drop the cover down.
11. Remove the slewing bracket, it is fitted with
a bolt with washer.
For removal of the drive motor, see page 28.
Fitting
Fit the slewing brackets in the reverse order.
Tighten the bolt holding the wheel fork in place
with a torque wrench.
Slewing bracket attachment.
Use a torque wrench to tighten the bolt to
11 ft-Ibs (15Nm).
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NOTE
Do not use a Pneumatic impact wrench.
Removal/fitting of slewing brackets.
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Wheel lock release cable
Wheel lock release cable
Removal
1. Raise the seat to the highest position. If the
chassis is equiped with fixed seat post, see
page 34. If the seat elevator does not work
normally because the batteries are discharged
or the actuator is defective, the seat can be
raised/lowered manually, see page 30.
2. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
3. Remove the seat elevator cover, chassis cover
and the right front fender, see page 7.
4. Remove the wheel lock release mechanism. It
is attached with two screws; see fig.
The wheel lock release mechanism
is attached with two screws.
5. Remove the lock nut (1).
6. Screw in the adjusting screw (2) fully.
1
2
Adjustment of wheel lock release cable.
Lock nut (1) Adjusting screw (2).
7. Remove the cable at the magnetic wheel lock
by pulling the cable casing forward and
passing the cable through the slot in the cable
holder. Detach the wheel lock release cable
from the magnetic wheel lock.
8. Remove the cable from the release lever.
Wheel lock release cable attachment
at the magnetic wheel lock.
22
Wheel lock release cable
Wheel lock release cable
Fitting
1. Fit the cable at the magnetic wheel lock first,
then at the release lever.
2. Adjust the cable sleeve length with the
adjusting screw (2) so that the cable is
sufficiently tensioned so that the wheel lock
release sensor (see figure) is actuated just
before the cable pulls the release.
3. Ensure that the wheel cannot be turned before
the wheel lock release sensor has been
actuated.
4. Ensure that the wheel can be turned when the
wheel lock release coupling is released with the
release lever.
5. Tighten the lock nut (1).
6. Refit the wheel lock release mechanism and the
covers.
Wheel lock release sensor.
Mechanism for wheel lock release.
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Wheel lock release sensor
Wheel lock release sensor
Removal
1. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
3. Remove the seat elevator cover, chassis cover
and the right front fender, see page 7.
1
4. Remove the wheel lock release mechanism;
see page 22.
5. Remove the wheel lock release sensor. It is
attached with two screws, see fig.
2
3
Wheel lock release sensor.
6. Disconnect the electrical connection of the
wheel lock release sensor, it´s positioned on
the wheel lock release sensors cabling.
Pos.
Fitting
Fit the Wheel lock release sensor in the reverse
order.
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Description
1
Locking nut, DIN 985 M3 6 Fe/Zn 5 C1
2
Wheel lock release sensor, VS10N001A/Highly
3
Screw, ISO 4017 M3x16 8.8 Fe/Zn 5 C1
Magnetic wheel lock
Magnetic wheel lock
Removal
1. Raise the seat to the highest position. If the
chassis is equiped with fixed seat post, see
page 34. If the seat elevator does not work
normally because the batteries are discharged
or the actuator is defective, the seat can be
raised/lowered manually, see page 30.
2. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
3. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
The electrical connections of the magnetic wheel
locks are positioned on the inside of the chassis,
on each side of the seat elevator/seat post.
4. Remove the seat elevator cover, chassis cover
and the front fender on the side in question,
see page 7.
5. Disconnect the electrical connection of the
magnetic wheel lock. The connections are
positioned on the inside of the chassis, on
each side of the seat elevator/seat post.
6. Pull the cable casing forward, out through the
slot in the cable holder and detach the wheel
lock release cable from the magnetic wheel
lock; see fig.
7. Lift up and chock up the wheelchair chassis so
that the wheel in question is free of the ground.
8. Loosen the shock absorbers front end. Follow
the instructions on page 18 until paragraph 4.
9. Position the slewing bracket more downwards
for easier access to the magnetic wheel lock,
see fig.
Electrical connection of the magnetic wheel locks.
10. Remove the three screws that secure the
wheel lock; see figure 38. Note the position of
the wheel lock release lever and rubber seal’s
placement to facilitate subsequent reassembly.
Remove the wheel lock with wheel lock disk
and cover.
Remove the magnetic wheel lock.
Remove the wheel lock release cable.
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Magnetic wheel lock
Fitting
1. Using the adjusting screws, adjust the magnet
wheel lock in accordance with the instructions
on the back of the magnetic wheel lock;
see fig.
Wheel lock adjustment is made using
the two adjusting screws.
Magnetic wheel lock, wheel lock disk, cover and
rubber seal disassembled.
2. Fit the wheel lock disk in the magnetic wheel
lock.
3. Fit the cover.
Magnetic wheel lock, wheel lock disk
and cover assembled.
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Magnetic wheel lock
4. Insert a screw to align the parts. Attach the
rubber seal with the drainage hole down.
Be attentive to the position of the wheel lock
release lever; fit the wheel lock so that the
wheel lock release lever is aligned with the
motor’s cable bracket. Now fit the magnetic
wheel lock using the three screws.
5. Refit the shock
see page. 18.
absorbers
front
end,
Align the parts with one another
using one of the attachment screws.
Fit the rubber seal.
6. Connect the magnetic wheel lock’s electrical
connection; see fig.
Magnetic wheel lock
electrical connection
7. Fit the wheel lock release cable; see figure 44.
8. Fit the covers; see page 7.
Fit the wheel lock release cable.
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Drive motor
Drive motor
Removal
1. Raise the seat to the highest position. If the
chassis is equiped with fixed seat post, see
page 34. If the seat elevator does not work
normally because the batteries are discharged
or the actuator is defective, the seat can be
raised/lowered manually, see page 30.
2. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
3. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
The electrical connection for the drive
motor and the magnetic wheel lock.
4. Remove the seat elevator cover, chassis cover
and the front fender on the side in question,
see page 7.
5. Lift up and chock up the wheelchair chassis so
that the wheel in question is free of the ground.
6. Remove the wheel in question, see page 10.
7. Disconnect the electrical connection for the
drive motor and the magnetic wheel lock.
The connections are positioned on the inside
of the chassis, on each side of the seat
elevator/seat post.
The electrical connections of the wheel locks and
drive motors are positioned on the inside of the
chassis, on each side of the seat elevator/seat post.
8. Pull the drive motor’s connection cable out
through the chassis cable pass-through;
see fig.
Cable pass-through hole.
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Drive motor
Drive motor
9. Remove the drive motor. It is attached with
three screws; see fig.
Fitting
Fit the drive motor in the reverse order.
Drive motor mounting screws.
Drive motor with gear.
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Seat elevator
Seat elevator
Manual Raising/
Lowering of the Seat elevator
If the seat elevator does not work normally
because the batteries are discharged or the
actuator is defective, the seat can be
raised/lowered manually.
1. Switch off the main power switch on the
control panel.
2. Remove the cushion and plastic plugs from
the seat.
3. Raise/lower the seat using the seat elevator
crank supplied. See figure.
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Manual Raising/Lowering of the Seat elevator
WARNING
Drills must not be used in connection with manual operation of
the seat elevator. There is a risk of damage to materials.
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Seat elevator
Seat elevator
Removal
1. Raise the seat to the highest position. If the
seat elevator does not work normally because
the batteries are discharged or the actuator is
defective, the seat can be raised/lowered
manually, see page 30.
2. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
3. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
4. Remove the seat elevator cover and the
chassis cover, see page 7.
Seat elevator’s upper attachment screws.
5. Remove the seat.
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NOTE
The seat is heavy. Two people should therefore lift it. Be careful
with the cabling.
6. Remove the Seat elevator. It is attached with
four screws, see fig.
The upper attachment screws are accessible
from the the battery boxes. Open the battery
covers and pull each battery out just enough
to get access to the screws through the holes
in the chassis.
7. Disconnect the seat elevator cabling from the
SLS drive stage. For more information on the
SLS drive stage, see page 38.
8. Lift the seat elevator straight up out of the
chassis.
Seat elevator’s lower attachment screws.
Fitting
Fit the seat elevator in the reverse order.
The Seat elevator is attached with four screws.
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Seat elevator cable & Seat elevator motor
Seat elevator cable
Removing
1. Remove the seat elevator;
instructions on page 31.
follow
the
2. Remove the seat elevator sensors. Note the
position of the sensors for refitting, see fig.
Fitting
Fitting is the reverse procedure.
Attachment of the
sensors to the seat elevator.
Seat elevator motor
Removing
1. Disconnect the seat elevator cable at the
motor, note the position of the connectors,
see fig.
2. Remove the seat elevator motor by taking out
the three bolts that hold it, see fig.
Fitting
Fitting is performed in reverse order.
Attachment of the sensors to the seat elevator.
The motor is attached
by three bolts.
Seat elevator motor connector.
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Seat elevator drive belt
Seat elevator drive belt
Removing
1. Remove the seat elevator, see page 31.
2. Loosen the two bolts holding the shaft to the
seat elevator motor. Push the shaft sideways
to slacken the drive belt.
3. Remove the belt from the motor shaft, then
from the toothed wheel on the seat elevator
screw.
4. Fit the new belt using the reverse procedure.
5. Adjust the belt tension as described below.
The seat elevator shaft is
attached by two bolts.
6. Fit the seat elevator, see page 31.
Adjusting the belt tension
1. Loosen the two bolts near the belt, see fig.
2. Adjust the belt tension by moving the motor
shaft sideways.
3. Tighten the two screws.
4. Check the belt tension. The belt is correctly
tensioned when it can be pressed in 4-5 mm,
see fig.
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NOTE
Check that the seat elevator gear plate are firmly attached with
the four screws.
Check that the seat elevator gear plate are
firmly attached with the four screws.
The drive belt tension can be adjusted
after the two bolts have been loosened.
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Fixed seat post
Fixed seat post
Adjusting the Seat Height
The length of the fixed seat post can be adjusted
to five different fixed positions.
1. Switch off the main power switch on the
control panel.
2
2. Loosen the screw that locks the fixed height
position of the seat post. See figure.
1
3. Raise the seat using the seat elevator crank
supplied.
4. Screw the height adjustment screw in place in
the desired height position.
5. Lower the seat using the seat elevator crank
supplied. Turn the seat so that the height
adjustment screw ends up in its groove.
See figure.
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1. Locking screw .
2. Height adjustment screw in its groove.
NOTE
After adjusting, make sure the height adjustment screw ends up
in its groove.
On early models of the chassis, the fixed seat tube has only four
positions.
The length of the fixed seat post can be
adjusted to five different fixed positions.
Adjusting the Seat Height using the seat elevator crank.
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Fixed seat post
Fixed seat post
Removal
1. Switch off the main power switch on the
control panel.
2. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
3. Raise the seat to its highest postion, see
page 34.
4. Remove the seat elevator cover and the
chassis cover, see page 7.
5. If the wheelchair is equipped with seat tilt,
disconnect the seat tilt cabling from the SLS
drive stage. For more information on the
SLS drive stage, see page 38.
The Seat Post’s lower attachment screws.
6. Remove the seat and if equeipped, the seat tilt.
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NOTE
Because the seat is heavy, it should be lifted by two persons. Be
careful with the cabling.
7. Remove the fixed seat tube. It is attached with
four screws, see fig.
The upper attachment screws are accessible
from the the battery boxes. Open the battery
covers and pull each battery out just enough
to get access to the screws through the holes
in the chassis.
8. Lift the seat post straight up out of the chassis.
The Seat Post’s upper attachment screws.
Fitting
Fit the fixed seat tube in the reverse order.
The Fixed seat tube is attached with four screws.
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Control panel
Control panel Pilot+
Removal
1.
Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2.
Disconnect the control panel cable by pulling the
connector at the rear of the control panel straight
backwards.
3.
To remove the control panel, remove the screws
holding the common bracket for the control panel
and Seat control panel, see figure. Remove the
control panel bracket by removing the two screws
on the rear of the control panel, see figure.
Fitting
Fit the control panel in the reverse order.
The Control panel and
Seat control panel bracket.
Seat control panel
Removal
1.
Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2.
Remove the cover of the Seat control panel by
pulling it straight upwards. If the lid is stuck,
you can carefully use a screwdriver to pry
between the lid and the lower part of the end of the
box, see figure.
3.
You can now lift the circuit board and cable out
of the box.
4.
Disconnect the cable from the circuit board by
pulling
the
connector
straight
upwards,
see figure.
5.
To remove the control panel, remove the screws
holding the common bracket for the control panel and
Seat control panel, see figure. Remove the Seat
control panel bracket by removing the two screws on
the underside of the box, see figure. Note the
position of the bracket for refitting.
The Control panel and
Seat control panel fixings.
Fitting
Fit the seat control panel in the reverse order.
The Seat control panel
electrical connector.
Removing the Seat control panel lid.
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Pilot+ controller
Pilot+ controller
Removal
1. Raise the seat to the highest position. If the
chassis is equiped with fixed seat post, see
page 34. If the seat elevator does not work
normally because the batteries are discharged
or the actuator is defective, the seat can be
raised/lowered manually, see page 30.
2. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
3. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
The Pilot+ controller sits in its container
without fastening screws.
4. Remove the seat elevator cover and the
chassis cover, see page 7.
5. Lift the Pilot+ controller out of its holder,
see fig. 50.
6. Disconnect the electrical connections to the
pilot+ controller, being attentive to their
placement: see figure
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A
B
NOTE
The Pilot+ controller connectors A and E have the same function.
Cabling from SLS circuit board and control panel can therefore
be switched if desired.
C
D
Fitting
Fit the Pilot+ controller in the reverse order.
E
A: SLS circuit board
B: Left drive motor
C: Power feed
D: Right drive motor
E: Control panel
Pilot+ controller cable connections.
Pilot+ controller
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SLS Drive Stage
SLS Drive Stage
Removal
1. Raise the seat to the highest position. If the
chassis is equiped with fixed seat post, see
page 34. If the seat elevator does not work
normally because the batteries are discharged
or the actuator is defective, the seat can be
raised/lowered manually, see page 30.
2. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
3. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
The SLS-Drive Stage sits in its container
without fastening screws.
4. Remove the seat elevator cover and the
chassis cover, see page 7.
5. Lift the SLS drive stage out of its holder,
see fig.
6. Remove the lid from the drive stage.
7. Clip the cable ties that hold the cables and its
electrical connections, being attentive to their
placement to facilitate subsequent refitting.
Fitting
Fit the SLS drive stage in the reverse order.
SLS Drive Stage.
SLS Drive Stage.
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Circuit breaker and fuses
Circuit breaker and fuses
Off
On
Resetting the circuit breaker
The circuit breaker also serves as a battery isolator but
is normally referred to as a circuit breaker.
Circuit breaker replacement is normally not required; it
is of the automatic type that can be reset when tripped.
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NOTE
A tripped circuit breaker often entails a major electrical fault. The
cause should be carefully investigated before resetting.
Circuit breaker replacement
1.
Remove the seat elevator cover and the chassis
cover, see page 7.
2.
Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover; see fig.
3.
Disconnect the minus cable from the left battery.
4.
Disconnect the plus cable from the right battery.
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Circuit breaker/Battery isolator.
NOTE
Bend the battery connection cables off to the side to prevent
them from coming in contact with the battery terminals.
5.
Remove the circuit breaker by removing the two
screws, see fig.
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NOTE
Note the orientation of the circuit breaker with consideration to
subsequent mounting. The ON/OFF positions must agree with
the decal.
6.
Disconnect the cables from the circuit breaker by
removing the screws; see figure 68.
7.
Put the new circuit breaker in the “OFF” position.
8.
Connect the cables to the new circuit breaker.
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Circuit breaker bracket.
NOTE
Check that the cables are firmly attached.
9.
Mount the new circuit breaker with the two screws,
see fig.
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NOTE
Note the orientation of the circuit breaker with consideration to
subsequent mounting. The ON/OFF positions must agree with
the decal.
10. Reconnect the battery connection cables to the
batteries.
11. Refit the seat elevator cover and the chassis cover,
see page 7.
Circuit breaker cable connection.
12. Put the circuit breaker in the “ON” position; see fig.
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Circuit breaker and fuses
Circuit breaker and fuses
Replacing the SLS Fuse
The SLS fuse is located in its holder on the top of
the left battery.
1. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
3. Loosen the rear end of the chassis cover a little
by unscrewing the knob that holds the cover,
see page 8
4. Open the left battery covers by loosening the
knob that holds the battery cover, and drop
the cover down.
SLS-Fuse.
5. Use the battery strap to pull the battery out
just enough to get access to the SLS fuse
holder.
6. Open the cover of the fuse holder by pulling
it straight out.
7. Replace the blown fuse.
8. Close the cover of the fuse holder.
9. Push the battery back in to the chassis.
10. Close the battery cover and tighten the knob
11. Tghten the knob that holds the chassis cover.
12. Put the circuit breaker in the “ON” position;
see page 39.
Replacing the SLS Fuse.
Replacing the Charging Fuse
The charging fuse is located in it´s holder on the
right side off the chassis, see fig.
1. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
3. Remove the seat elevator cover and the
chassis cover, see page 7.
4. Replace the blown fuse.
5. Refit in the reverse order.
Charging Fuse.
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Circuit breaker and fuses
Circuit breaker and fuses
Replacing Fuses for the Seat/Lighting
There are two fuses on the SLS Drive stage, F1
(24V unswitched) and F2 (24V switched). These
protect two outlets. One output (24V unswitched)
supplies power regardless of if the chair is turned
on or off. The other output (24V switched) supplies
power only when the chair is turned on. The seat
and lighting are normally connected to this outlet.
1. Raise the seat to the highest position. If the
chassis is equiped with fixed seat post, see
page 34. If the seat elevator does not work
normally because the batteries are discharged
or the actuator is defective, the seat can be
raised/lowered manually, see page 30.
2. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
The SLS-Drive Stage sits in its container
without fastening screws.
3. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
4. Remove the seat elevator cover and the
chassis cover, see page 7.
5. Lift the SLS drive stage out of its holder,
see fig.
6. Remove the lid from the drive stage.
7. Replace the blown fuse.
8. Refit the lid to the box.
9. Place the SLS Drive stage in its holder.
10. Refit the seat elevator cover and the chassis
cover, see page 7.
SLS-Drive Stage.
11. Put the circuit breaker in the “ON” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
F1 F2
F1: 24V unswitched 15A.
F2: 24V switched 15A Seat/Lighting.
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ESP module
ESP module
(Applies to C500S)
Removal
1. Raise the seat to the highest position. If the
chassis is equiped with fixed seat post, see
page 34. If the seat elevator does not work
normally because the batteries are discharged
or the actuator is defective, the seat can be
raised/lowered manually, see page 30.
2. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
3. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
The ESP module is mounted and attached with
two screws to the front edge of the chassis.
4. Remove the seat elevator cover, chassis
cover, see page 7.
5. Unscrew and remove the two screws which hold
the ESP module in position, see fig.
6. Remove the ESP module connecting cable (1)
from the Pilot+ controller, drawing it straight
out, see fig.
7. Remove the control panel connection cable (2)
from the ESP module, drawing it straight out,
see fig.
Fitting
1. Fit the ESP module connecting cable (1) to the
output connection, see fig.
2. Fit the Control Panel connection cable (2) to
the ESP module, see fig.
3. Attach the ESP module in the chassis using
the two screws, see fig.
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ESP module.
NOTE
Check that the ESP module is firmly in position and that the
screws are screwed in securely.
4. Tip down the protective rubber sheet on the
back of the ESP module, see fig.
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NOTE
Check that no cables cross the area under
the seat elevator, near the drive belt of the seat
elevator, see fig.
Keep area beneath seat elevator free of cabling.
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ESP module
5. The ESP module is ready programmed from
the factory. If the module is to be
reprogrammed, see the technical manual of
the ESP module for full details.

WARNING
The ESP module and the Pilot+ output connection must be
correctly programmed when the wheelchair is in use. Otherwise
the wheelchair may be very difficult to maneuver, with a high risk
of accidents.
Test the way the wheelchair runs in a large open space. If the
ESP module is incorrectly installed or incorrectly programmed,
the chair may move rapidly in the wrong direction. Check
carefully that it runs correctly in response to the controls.
Programming the ESP module.
1
2
The connections to the ESP module.
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ESP module
ESP module (Applies to
C500S Lowrider)
Removal
1. Raise the seat to the highest position. If the
chassis is equiped with fixed seat post, see
page 34. If the seat elevator does not work
normally because the batteries are discharged
or the actuator is defective, the seat can be
raised/lowered manually, see page 30.
2. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
3. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
The ESP module is mounted on
the SLS Drive holder.
4. Remove the seat elevator cover, chassis
cover, see page 7.
5. Lift the SLS Drive out of its holder, see page 38.
6. Carefully tilt the ESP module, making the two
bolt heads release from the guide holes in the
SLS Drive holder. Lift the ESP module straight
upwards, see fig.
7. Remove the ESP module connecting cable (1)
from the Pilot+ controller, drawing it straight
out, see fig.
8. Remove the control panel connection cable (2)
from the ESP module, drawing it straight out,
see fig.
Fitting
1. Fit the ESP module connecting cable (1) to the
output connection, see fig.
2. Fit the Control Panel connection cable (2) to
the ESP module, see fig.
ESP module.
3. Mount the ESP module with bracket on the
SLS Drive holder, see fig.
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NOTE
Make sure the two bolt heads are fitted in the guide holes in the
SLS Drive holder.
4. Remount the SLS Drive in its holder, see
page. 38.
5. Tip down the protective rubber sheet on the
side of the ESP module, see fig.
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NOTE
Check that no cables cross the area under the seat elevator,
near the drive belt of the seat elevator, see fig.
Keep area beneath seat elevator free of cabling.
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ESP module
5. The ESP module is ready programmed from
the factory. If the module is to be
reprogrammed, see the technical manual of
the ESP module for full details.

WARNING
The ESP module and the Pilot+ output connection must be
correctly programmed when the wheelchair is in use. Otherwise
the wheelchair may be very difficult to maneuver, with a high risk
of accidents.
Test the way the wheelchair runs in a large open space. If the
ESP module is incorrectly installed or incorrectly programmed,
the chair may move rapidly in the wrong direction. Check
carefully that it runs correctly in response to the controls.
Programming the ESP module.
1
2
The connections to the ESP module.
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Lights
Lights
(Accessories)
Removing the front lights
1. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
3. Remove the seat elevator cover, chassis cover
and the front fender on the side in question,
see page 7.
4. Disconnect the electrical connection of the
front light in question, it´s positioned on the front
light cabling on the inside of the chassis.
Front lights
5. Clip the cable ties that hold the cable.
6. Remove the Cable pass-through on the front
fender in question.
7. Remove the front light in question. It is
attached with three screws; see fig.
Fitting
Fit the front light in the reverse order.
The front light is attached with three screws.
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Lights
Lights
(Accessories)
Removing the rear lights
1. Switch off the main power switch on the control
panel.
2. Put the circuit breaker in the “OFF” position. It is
accessed through a hole in the chassis cover;
see page 39.
3. Remove the seat elevator cover and the
chassis cover, see page 7.
4. Disconnect the electrical connection of the
rear light in question, it´s positioned on the rear
lights cabling on the inside of the chassis.
Rear lights
5. Remove the rear light in question. It is attached
with two screws; see fig.
Fitting
Fit the rear lights in the reverse order.
The rear lights are attached with two screws each.
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Control System
Control System
The wheelchair's control system can be programmed in order to optimize the performance of the
wheelchair while also maintaining a high level of safety, regardless of other settings and options on the
wheelchair. The control system can also be programmed in order to make adjustments needed for a
specific user.
To get more information about standard parameter files, contact your dealer, or Permobil Inc. USA.
The chart below shows the different standard parameter files that are available.
Availible standard parameter files
C500 Pilot+
7,5 km/h
C500 Pilot+ S 12 km/h
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Trouble Shooting Guide
Trouble Shooting Guide
The troubleshooting guide below describes a number of events that can arise when you use your
wheelchair, as well as providing suggestions for solutions. Note that this guide does not describe all the
possible events that can arise, and you should always get in touch with your service contact or Permobil
when you are unsure
EVENT
The wheelchair does not start.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Batteries discharged.
Charge the batteries.
The cable connection to the
conttrol panel has become loose.
Attach the cable to the
control panel.
Main fuse blown.
See page 39.
Battery charger connected.
Terminate the charging and
remove the charging cable
from the charging outlet.
Wheel lock release activated.
Reset the wheel lock release.
Wheelchair locked
Unlock the wheelchair.
See Owner´s manual.
Battery voltage indicator on the
control panel rapidly blinking
and the wheelchair can not be
driven.
Fault indicated in the drive
electronics.
See pages 50-51.
Battery voltage indicator on the
control panel blinking once
every 2.5 seconds and the
wheelchair can not be driven.
The control system is in
Sleep Mode.
Switch the start button on the
control panel off and on again.
The wheelchair stops while
being driven.
The cable connection to the
control panel has become loose.
Atttach the cable to
the control panel.
The wheelchair can only be
driven with reduced speed.
Seat tilt or seat elevator raised
too high.
Lower seat elevator or seat tilt.
See Owner´s manual.
Main fuse blown.
Change Main Fuse
See page 39.
The wheelchair can
not be driven.
Applies for electrical seat elevator
or seat tilt only.
The wheelchair will not charge.
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Trouble Shooting Guide
Error signals - Battery
voltage indicator
10
Every time the wheelchair is started up, a check is
performed on parts of the wheelchair’s electronics.
If any faults have arisen in these parts, this is
shown on the control panel’s battery voltage
indicator by one or more blinking lights.
9
Constant light
4
Everything is in order. How many lights are lit,
depends upon how much voltage there is in
the batteries. With fully charged batteries, all lights
are lit.
3
8
7
6
5
2
1
Battery voltage indicator
Slowly blinking red lights
The batteries need to be charged immediately.
Rapidly blinking, 1 - 10 lights
Error signals, an error has arisen and the
wheelchair can not be driven.
Error signals
The number of blinking lights indicate what the
problem could be.
– Note the number of blinking lights.
– Turn off the wheelchair.
– Turn the wheelchair back on again.
– If the error persists, count the number of
blinking lights, check possible causes and
solutions in the table on the adjoining page.
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NOTE
Possible error signals on the battery voltage indicator are not displayed while the wheelchair is being driven, they only first
appear the next time the wheelchair is restarted.
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WARNING
The remedying of errors that are indicated via the battery voltage indicator must be performed by a person with sufficient
expertise to be able to perform such in a professional manner. Always contact an authorized serviceman when in doubt.
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Trouble Shooting Guide
CAUSE
High battery voltage
Failure in wheel lock circuit
Fault in electronics
Fault in the control panel
SOLUTION
Green
Check the battery and the connections between the
battery and the control unit.
9
Check the connections to the magnetic wheel lock.
10
Green
8
Green
7
Orange
Check the contacts to the output stage. If the fault
persists, change the output stage.
Make sure the joystick isn’t actuated at switch-on,
change the control panel.
6
Orange
Short circuit right drive motor
Open circuit, right drive motor
Short circuit left drive motor
Open circuit, left drive motor
Low battery voltage
5
Orange
4
Orange
3
Red
2
Red
1
Red
Check the drive motor connections and cable.
Check the connection to the right drive motor.
Check the drive motor connections and cable.
Check the connection to the right drive motor.
Check the condition of the battery. Check the
connection between the battery and the control unit.
Example:
Lights 1-7, 3 red and 4 orange, blinking rapidly upon start-up and the wheelchair can not be driven.
Cause:
Fault in the control panel.
Solution:
Make sure the joystick isn’t actuated at switch-on, change the control panel.
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Cabling overview
1
2
3
A
B
C
D
E
F
52
4
Cabling overview
5
6
7
8
A
B
C
D
E
F
Cabling overview
53
Distribution chart
1
2
3
A
B
C
D
E
F
54
4
Distribution chart
5
6
7
8
A
B
C
D
E
F
Distribution chart
55
Notes
56
Index
Index
B
M
Batteries .............................................. 8
Magnetic wheel lock ........................ 25
C
P
Cabling overview .............................. 52
Control panel .................................... 36
Control System ................................ 48
Covers ................................................ 7
Pilot+ controller .............................. 37
R
Rear wheels ...................................... 12
Rear wheel suspension .................. 17
D
S
Distribution Chart ............................ 54
Drive motor ...................................... 28
Seat elevator ....................................
Shock absorbers ............................
Slewing brackets ..............................
SLS drive stage ................................
Support wheels ................................
E
ESP Module ...................................... 42
F
30
18
20
38
14
T
Fixed seat post ................................ 34
Front wheels .................................... 10
Fuses ................................................ 39
Trouble shooting ..............................49
W
I
Wheel forks ...................................... 16
Wheel lock release cable ................ 22
Wheel lock release sensor .............. 24
Identification plates ............................ 6
Introduction ........................................ 5
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Lights ................................................ 46
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