en Scooter Service Manual

Orion
OrionMETRO, OrionPRO
en Scooter
Service Manual
DEALER: Keep this manual.
The procedures in this manual MUST be performed by a qualified
technician.
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Contents
1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.1 General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
2 Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2.1 Safety and fitting instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
3 Hygiene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
3.1 Handling of returned used products. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
4 Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.1 General safety information on installation work . . . . . . . .
4.2 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2.1 Operational faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2.2 Drive fault diagnosis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2.3 Error codes and diagnostic codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3 Tightening torques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4 Service plan (1x annually) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5 Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5.1 Replacing operating console . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5.2 Replacing circuit board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5.3 Replacing potentiometer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5.4 Replacing power module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5.5 Setup settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.6 Shrouds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.6.1 Removing shroud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.6.2 Replacing front shroud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7 Lighting unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.1 Replacing headlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.2 Replacing front direction indicators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.3 Replacing center brake light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.4 Replacing rear lights/direction indicators. . . . . . . . . . .
4.8 Wheels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8.1 Replacing wheel suspension . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8.2 Replacing shock absorber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8.3 Replacing swing arm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8.4 Replacing front axle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8.5 Replacing steering column . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8.6 Replacing fork 3–wheel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8.7 Replacing front wheel suspension 4–wheel . . . . . . . . .
4.8.8 Repairing tire punctures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.9 Brakes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.9.1 Replacing hand brakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.9.2 Replacing brake cable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.9.3 Replacing steering link/coupling rod . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.9.4 Replacing curve control device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.10 Drive components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.10.1 Replacing drive unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.10.2 Replacing carbon brushes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.11 Seat system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.11.1 Replacing seat suspension/spring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.11.2 Replacing seat support tube . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.12 Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.12.1 Accessories list. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1 General
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1.1 General information
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Service and maintenance work must be carried out
taking this service manual into account.
It is imperative that you observe safety information.
Information about operation or about general
maintenance and care work on the mobility device
should be taken from Service manual.
You can find information about ordering spare parts in
the spare parts catalogue.
Spare parts MUST match original Invacare parts. Only
use spare parts which have been approved by Invacare.
We reserve the right to make any alterations on the
grounds of technical improvements.
For more information about the product, for example
product safety notices and product recalls, contact your
local Invacare representative. For address and website
see back page of this manual.
The mobility device may only be maintained and
overhauled by qualified personnel.
The minimum requirement for service technicians is
suitable training, such as in the cycle or orthopedic
mechanics fields, or sufficiently long-term job
experience.
– Experience in the use of electrical measuring
equipment (multimeters) is also a requirement.
– Special Invacare training is recommended.
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Alterations to the mobility device which occur as a result
of incorrectly or improperly executed maintenance or
overhaul work lead to the exclusion of all liability on
the side of INVACARE.
If you have any problems or questions contact Invacare
Service.
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2 Safety
2.1 Safety and fitting instructions
These safety instructions are intended to prevent accidents
at work, and it is imperative that they are observed.
Before any inspection or repair work
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Read and observe this repair manual and the associated
user manual.
Observe the minimum requirements for carrying out the
work (see 1.1 General information, page 4 ).
Personal safety equipment
Safety shoes
The mobility device, and some of its components, are very
heavy. These parts can result in injuries to the feet if they
are allowed to drop.
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Wear standardized safety shoes during all work.
Eye protection
It is possible that battery acid can be discharged when
working on defective batteries or when handling batteries
improperly.
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Always wear eye protection when working on any
defective or possibly defective batteries.
Safety gloves
It is possible that battery acid can be discharged when
working on defective batteries or when handling batteries
improperly.
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Always wear acid-proof safety gloves when working on
any defective or possibly defective batteries.
General safety information and information about fitting
/ removal
CAUTION!
Risk of crushing
Various components such as the drive unit,
batteries, seat etc are very heavy. This results in
injury hazards to your hands.
– Note the high weight of some components.
This applies especially to the removal of drive
units, batteries and the seat.
CAUTION!
Injury hazard if the vehicle starts moving
unintentionally during repair work
– Switch the power supply off (ON/OFF key).
– Engage the drive.
– Before lifting up, secure the vehicle by using
chocks to block the wheels.
CAUTION!
Fire and burn hazard due to electrical short-circuit
– The mobility device must be completely
switched off before removal of voltage-carrying
components! To do this, remove the batteries.
– Avoid short-circuiting the contacts when
carrying out measurements on voltage-carrying
components.
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Risk of burns from hot surfaces on the motor
– Allow the motors to cool down before
commencing work on them.
CAUTION!
Injury hazard and risk of damage to vehicle due
to improper or incomplete maintenance work
– Use only undamaged tools in good condition.
– Some moving parts are mounted in sockets
with PTFE coating (Teflon™). Never grease
these sockets!
– Never use "normal" nuts instead of self-locking
nuts.
– Always use correctly-dimensioned washers and
spacers.
– When reassembling, always replace any cable
ties which were cut during dismantling.
– After completing your work / before renewed
start-up of the mobility device, check all
connections for tight fitting.
– After completing your work / before renewed
start-up of the mobility device, check all parts
for correct locking.
– Only operate the vehicle with the approved tire
pressures (see technical data).
– Check all electrical components for correct
function. Note that incorrect polarity can result
in damage to the electronics.
– Always carry out a trial run at the end of your
work.
CAUTION!
Risk of injury and damage to property, if the
maximum speed reduction on a wheelchair with
a lifter does not function correctly
The wheelchair’s control unit must reduce the
maximum possible speed as soon as the lifter is
raised.
– Test the maximum speed reduction for correct
function after any maintenance work or
modifications to the wheelchair.
CAUTION!
Any changes to the drive program can affect the
driving characteristics and the tipping stability
of the vehicle
– Changes to the drive program may only be
carried out by trained Invacare specialist
dealers.
– Invacare supplies all mobility devices with a
standard drive program ex-works. Invacare can
only give a warranty for safe vehicle driving
behavior - especially tipping stability - for this
standard drive program.
Mark all current settings for the mobility device
(seat, armrests, backrest etc.), and the associated
cable connecting plugs, before dismantling. This
makes reassembly easier. All plugs are fitted with
mechanical safety devices which prevent release of
the connecting plugs during operation. To release the
connecting plugs the safety devices must be pressed
in. When reassembling ensure that these safety
devices are correctly engaged.
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3 Hygiene
3.1 Handling of returned used products
When reconditioning or repairing returned mobility devices:
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Take precautions for yourself and the product.
Use protection equipment as specified locally.
Before transport (according to Biological Agents Ordinance)
Treat product according to following process steps:
Process step
Component
Application
Conditioning technique
Work station
Manual cleaning
Surface of used device
Before repair or
reconditioning
Use saturated towel
to apply cleaning
detergent “Nücosept
special” and remove
residues after 5 min
impact.
Cleaning and
disinfection
Disinfection
Surface of used device
Before repair or
reconditioning
Use saturated
disinfectant wipes
and clean* the device
surface.
Cleaning and
disinfection
*Invacare uses detergent "Nücosept special" 1.5% in water ml/ml
Disinfection tools
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One way wipes (fleece)
Brushes to clean difficult to access areas
Further information
For more information see Invacare RAN procedure and Invacare Repair and Hygiene guidelines, or contact your Invacare
Service department.
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4.2 Troubleshooting
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4.2.1 Operational faults
4.1 General safety information on installation
work
Proceed as follows if you have any problems:
Risk of damage to mobility device
Collisions can be caused if shim rings are removed
from the drive wheels during installation work.
Shim rings are frequently placed between drive
shaft and wheel hub to compensate tolerances.
Collisions can be caused if these shim rings are
removed and not re-installed.
– Install all shim rings in exactly the same
positions they were in before dismantling.
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First assess the possible cause of the problem using the
following table.
Check operating console status display. Evaluate flash
code.
Carry out necessary checks and repairs as recommended
in the following table.
4.2.2 Drive fault diagnosis
Problem
Other symptoms
Possible cause
Solution
Documentation
Scooter will not start
Status display on
operating console
does not illuminate
Batteries defective
Replace batteries
See user manual
Completely
discharged battery
Pre-charge batteries
Power supply to
operating console
interrupted
Check main fuse
See user manual for
main fuse position
Operating console
defective
Check cable between
modules for loose
connections or
damage
See 4.5.4 Replacing
power module, page
12
Replace operating
console
See 4.5.1 Replacing
operating console,
page 10
Scooter judders in drive mode
Batteries not being charged
Scooter runs too slowly
Scooter does not reduce speed
on bends
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Status display on
operating console
flashing
Various causes
Assess error code
See controls user
manual
None
Drive motor(s)
defective
Replace motor(s)
See4.10.1 Replacing
drive unit, page 27
Drive lever
potentiometer
defective
Replace
potentiometer
See 4.5.3 Replacing
potentiometer, page
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None
Batteries defective
Replace batteries
See user manual
LEDs flashing on
charger
Charger defective
Replace charger
See charger user
manual
None
Operating console
defective
Replace operating
console
See 4.5.1 Replacing
operating console,
page 10
Batteries defective
Replace batteries
See user manual
Curve control device
for bend travel not
adjusted
Adjust curve control
device
Curve control device
defective
Replace curve
control device
None
See 4.9.4 Replacing
curve control device,
page 26
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4.2.3 Error codes and diagnostic codes
Consequence for the
scooter
Flash code
Fault
Comments
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Batteries must be
charged
Continues to drive
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The batteries are discharged. Charge the batteries
as soon as possible.
2
Battery voltage too low
Stops driving
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The batteries are depleted. Charge batteries.
If you switch the scooter off for a few minutes, the
batteries can often recuperate to such a stage that a
short journey is still possible. You should only do this
in an emergency, however, because this causes the
batteries to become excessively discharged.
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Battery voltage too high
Stops driving
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The battery voltage is too high. If the battery charger
is connected, disconnect it from the scooter.
The electronic system charges the batteries when
running downhill and when braking. This fault is
caused when the battery voltage becomes too high
during this process. Switch the scooter off and on
again.
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Power time exceeded
Stops driving
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Brake failure
Stops driving
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6
No neutral position
when switching scooter
on.
Stops driving
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Fault in speed
potentiometer
Stops driving
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Ensure that the disengaging lever is in the engaged
position.
There is a defect in the braking coil or in the cabling.
Check the magnetic brake and cabling for open
or short-circuited circuitry. Contact your Invacare
provider.
Drive lever is not in neutral when the keyswitch was
turned. Put the drive lever in neutral, turn the power
off and then turn on again.
It may be necessary to replace the drive lever.
Contact your Invacare provider.
The drive lever controls could be faulty or
incorrectly connected. Check the cabling for open
or short-circuited circuitry.
Potentiometer is not correctly adjusted and must be
replaced. Contact your Invacare provider.
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Motor voltage error
Stops driving
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The motor or its cabling is defective. Check the
cabling for open or short-circuited circuitry.
9
Miscellaneous internal
fault
Stops driving
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Contact your Invacare provider.
10
Push/freewheel mode
error
Stops moving
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The scooter has exceeded the permissible maximum
speed during pushing or freewheeling. Switch the
electronics system off and on again.
4.3 Tightening torques
CAUTION!
Risk of damage to mobility device due to
improperly tightened screws, nuts or plastic
connections.
– Always tighten screws, nuts etc. to the stated
tightening torque.
– Only tighten screws or nuts which are not listed
here fingertight.
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The maximum current was exceeded over too long a
period, probably because the motor was overloaded
or has been working against an immovable resistance.
Switch the scooter off, wait a few minutes and then
switch on again.
The electronic system has determined a motor
short-circuit. Check the wiring harness for short-circuit
and check the motor.
Contact your Invacare provider.
The tightening torques stated in the following list are based
on the thread diameter for the nuts and bolts for which no
specific values have been determined. All values assume
dry and de-greased threads.
Thread
Tightening torque in
Nm ±10%
M4
3 Nm
M5
6 Nm
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Thread
Tightening torque in
Nm ±10%
Thread
Tightening torque in
Nm ±10%
M6
10 Nm
M12
80 Nm
M8
25 Nm
M14
120 Nm
M10
49 Nm
M16
180 Nm
4.4 Service plan (1x annually)
Component
Check
Remedy
Seat
Check welded
seams, fixings and
upholstery
Tighten screws,
replace parts if
damaged
Check seat
suspension
Grease the spring
generously, replace
parts if damaged
Check fixings,
welded seams and
battery mounting
Tighten screws,
replace parts if
damaged
Frames (chassis) / battery mounting
Notes
See 4.11.1
Replacing seat
suspension/spring,
page 30
Check battery fixing
straps
Wheel suspension and wheels
Check drive wheels
for tight fit
Tighten hub nuts,
replace if necessary
Check front wheels
for tight fit, float
and side play
Adjust / replace
Check pneumatic
tire
Repair or replace if
damaged
Check tracking and
steering link
Tighten screws
Brake
Check brake
function in pushing
mode
Adjust or replace
brake
Shock absorber
Check shock
absorber
Adjust or replace
shock absorber
Drive units, coupling mechanism
Check functions
in drive and push
modes
Replace motor if
necessary
Check clutch
mechanism
Tighten screws /
nuts, adjust or
replace
Lighting
Batteries
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Check tracking and
steering
Check function
Check cable/plug
connections
Replace lightbulbs
or cable
Check batteries for
damage
Replace batteries
See user manual
Check battery
voltage
Charge batteries
See user manual
Check contacts and
terminals
Clean contacts and
terminals
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Component
Check
Remedy
Drive controls
Check status display
(flashing)
Evaluate flash code
Check fixing
Tighten or replace
fixing
Check cable,
connecting plug
Replace cable,
connecting plug
Check drive lever
function
Replace drive lever
Check power supply
Replace cable,
connecting plug
or console
Drive program
Check drive
program version.
New version
available?
Update software
Curve control in bends
Check cable and
connecting plug
Adjust or replace
sensor on curve
control device
Notes
Check function
Screws
Check screws for
tight fit
4.5 Controls
4.5.1 Replacing operating console
Tighten screws if
necessary
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2.
3.
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
CAUTION!
Risk of burns if power cable is shorted
– Turn off the power completely before removing
any power supply components of mobility
device. Therefore take out batteries.
– Avoid bridging of contacts during measurements
on live electrical components.
Risk of damage to operating console/circuit
board by instant high current/voltage
– Unplug battery cable before removing/installing
operating console.
– Make sure all pins are correctly connected.
The plugs on the operating console cannot be
wrongly connected because all plugs have a different
size and only fit in one socket.
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Disconnect battery cable A.
4.
Phillips screwdriver
Setting battery gauge is mandatory when retrofitting
operating console.
Setting wheel diameter is mandatory when
retrofitting operating console.
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Remove top shroud A from steering column B.
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Remove screws A below operating console.
Remove operating console and fold upwards.
Remove screws C on drive lever B and remove drive
lever.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
Unplug battery connector.
Remove operating console as described in chapter 4.5.1
Replacing operating console, page 10.
Replace circuit board.
Make sure all pins are correctly connected.
Plug in battery connectors.
Install parts in reverse order.
Test circuit board function.
4.5.3 Replacing potentiometer
CAUTION!
Risk of burning if power cable is shorted
– Turn off the power completely before removing
any power supply components of the mobility
device. Therefore take out batteries.
– Avoid bridging of contacts during measurements
on live electrical components.
LCD
LED
Disconnect plug from operating console circuit board.
9. Replace operating console.
10. Connect plug with circuit board on new operating
console.
11. Install parts in reverse order.
12. Test all functions (trial run).
Risk of damage to operating console by instant
high current/voltage
– Unplug battery cable before removing/installing
operating console.
– Make sure all pins are correctly connected.
4.5.2 Replacing circuit board
CAUTION!
Risk of burning if power cable is shorted
– Turn off power completely before removing any
power supply components of mobility device.
Therefore take out batteries.
– Avoid bridging of contacts during measurements
on live electrical components.
Risk of damage to operating console/circuit
board by instant high current/voltage
– Unplug battery cable before removing/installing
circuit board.
– Make sure all pins are correctly connected.
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
Wrong potentiometer setting can result in
dangerous driving situations.
– Connect potentiometer to drive lever mounting.
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3.
Phillips screwdriver
2 mm Allen key
Digital multimeter
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
Disconnect battery cable A.
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11.
LCD
Remove top shroud A from steering column B.
5.
LED
Reconnect potentiometer plug A with operating console.
12.
Connect potentiometer A and drive lever mounting B:
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7.
Remove screws A below operating console.
Remove operating console and fold upwards.
Remove screws C on drive lever B and remove drive
lever.
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Tighten screw C.
13. Install parts in reverse order.
14. Test all functions (trial run).
4.5.4 Replacing power module
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
When parking mobility device on antitippers it is
no longer slowed by motor brake. Mobility device
can roll away out of control.
– Place mobility device’s rear frame on a
supporting wooden block before you remove
wheels.
LCD
LED
Disconnect potentiometer plug A from operating
console.
9.
Remove screws A on potentiometer.
10. Replace potentiometer.
CAUTION!
Risk of burning if power cable is shorted
– Turn off the power completely before removing
any power supply components of the mobility
device. Therefore take out batteries.
– Avoid bridging of contacts during measurements
on live electrical components.
CAUTION!
Any changes to the drive program can affect the
driving characteristics and the tipping stability
of the mobility device
– Changes to the drive program may only be
carried out by trained Invacare® specialist
providers.
– Invacare® can only give a warranty for safe
mobility device driving behavior - especially
tipping stability - for unaltered standard drive
programs.
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
Accidental rolling can lead to accidents.
– Secure mobility device against rolling away.
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The controls system is supplied with a standard drive
program. If you have carried out customer-specific
modifications to the drive program, you will have to
make these changes again after installing the new
power module.
9.
Remove screws (1) on power module (2).
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Rhino1:
When disassembling, note position of small parts
such as screws and washers. Put small parts down
so that they can be reassembled in right sequence.
The plugs on the electronic module cannot be
wrongly connected because all plugs have a different
size and only fit in one socket.
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5.
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7.
8.
DS72KB01/DS112KB02
10 mm wrench
17 mm wrench
Rubber hammer
Phillips screwdriver
Supporting wooden block
To adapt the drive program: programming
software or hand programming device and
electronic system installation manual, available
from Invacare.
Secure mobility device against rolling away.
Place supporting wooden block under frames at battery
holder height.
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
Disconnect battery cable (1).
Loosen and remove rear wheel fixing screws.
Remove rear wheels.
Remove drive unit. See 4.10.1 Replacing drive unit, page
27.
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DS90/DS120:
10.
Replace power module (2).
11. Install parts in reverse order.
12. Load drive program onto power module. See controls
software description.
13. Test all functions (trial run).
4.5.5 Setup settings
Operating console (LED version)
Arrangement
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A Status display
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
Battery capacity
>80%
B Switching on/off curve control (reduction of speed
when driving in a curve)
<80%
C Hazard lights
<65%
D Horn
<50%
E Left-hand direction indicator (switches itself off
automatically after 30 seconds)
<35%
F Speed control dial
<25%
G Right-hand direction indicator (switches itself off
automatically after 30 seconds)
<20%
H Lighting
Operating console (LCD version)
I Low speed mode
Arrangement
J Drive lever
Status display
The ON/OFF diode (1) is used as a fault display
(status display). It will flash if there is a problem
with the scooter. The number of flashes indicates
the type of error. Refer to 4.2.3 Error codes and
diagnostic codes, page 8 .
Battery indication gauge
Low battery indication: Every time the scooter is
activated or at work when battery capacity is lower
than 25%, the electronic system will beep three
times.
Overdischarge protection: after a certain drive time
on reserve battery power the electronic system
switches the drive off automatically and brings the
scooter to a standstill. If you do not drive your
scooter for a while the batteries will "recuperate"
and allow a further, but short, journey. However,
after a very brief journey the battery reserve symbol
will illuminate again and the electronic system will
beep three times. This procedure leads to battery
damage and should be avoided if possible!
Battery capacity:
<25%
Reduced driving range.
Recharge the batteries at the end
of your journey.
Battery capacity:
<20%
Battery reserve = severely
restricted driving range.
Recharge batteries immediately!
A Status display
B Switching on/off curve control (reduction of speed
when driving in a curve)
C Hazard lights
D Horn
E Left-hand direction indicator (switches itself off
automatically after 30 seconds)
F Speed control dial
G Right-hand direction indicator (switches itself off
automatically after 30 seconds)
H Lighting
I Low speed mode
J Setting
K Drive lever
Status display
A Speed indication
B Fault indication
C Curve control indication
D Maintenance indication1
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E Head light indication
F Left turn indication
Turn key to switch mobility device off.
G Settings shown: ODO, TRIP, TEMP, TIME
H Right turn indication
I Battery status
J Low speed selection indication
3.
Press and hold keys.
Turn key to switch mobility device on.
Mobility device enters setup mode after two seconds.
1If this symbol starts flashing for one minute every time
the scooter is switched on, contact your provider.
Battery indication gauge
Low battery indication: Every time the scooter is
activated or at work when battery capacity is lower
than 25%, the electronic system will beep three
times.
Enter next display with
key.
Overdischarge protection: after a certain drive time
on reserve battery power the electronic system
switches the drive off automatically and brings the
scooter to a standstill. If you do not drive your
scooter for a while the batteries will "recuperate"
and allow a further, but short, journey. However,
after a very brief journey the battery reserve symbol
will illuminate again and the electronic system will
beep three times. This procedure leads to battery
damage and should be avoided if possible!
Battery capacity:
<25%
Reduced driving range.
Recharge the batteries at the end
of your journey.
Battery capacity:
<20%
Battery reserve = severely
restricted driving range.
Recharge batteries immediately!
>80%
<80%
<65%
<50%
<35%
<25%
Enter next display with
key.
Enter next display with
key.
Setting counter
This chapter applies for mobility devices with LCD
display.
1.
Enter setup settings as described in Entering setup (LCD
Display), page 15.
<20%
Default setting is 0. You can set a km value as
service interval.
Entering setup (LCD Display)
This chapter applies for mobility devices with LCD
display.
If counter value is greater than set value,
symbol
will flash for one minute, when key is switched on.
+
0 (OFF)+ 500 + 1000
+1500 + 2000 ..........
+ 9500 + 9999 (max)
-
9999 – 9500 – 9000 –
8500 – 8000 ......... –
500 – 0 (OFF)
2.
Press and hold key for 2 sec. to erase counter.
3.
Press key to increase value.
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Press key to decrease value.
Press key to increase value.
5.
2.
Press key to decrease value.
Press key to save and enter next page.
3.
Setting battery gauge
This chapter applies for mobility devices with LCD
display.
Setting battery gauge is mandatory when retrofitting
operating console.
Press key to save and leave setup settings.
Entering setup (LED Display)
This chapter applies for mobility devices with LED
display.
Adjust the parameter in battery gauge to suit different types
and sizes of batteries.
1.
2.
AGM battery
(1) big size
batteries (>
50 A)
Gel battery
(2) small
size batteries
(< 50 A,
default)
(3) small size
batteries (<
50 A)
(4) big size
batteries (>
50 A)
3.
Turn key to switch mobility device off.
Press and hold keys.
Turn key to switch mobility device on.
Mobility device enters setup mode after two seconds.
LED 2 and LED 8 will flash.
4.
1.
Press key to increase value.
2.
Release keys to enter setup settings.
Setting battery gauge
Press key to decrease value.
3.
This chapter applies for mobility devices with LED
display.
Setting battery gauge is mandatory when retrofitting
operating console.
Press key to save and enter next page.
Adjust the parameter in battery gauge to suit different types
and sizes of batteries.
Setting wheel diameter
This chapter applies to mobility devices with LCD
display.
Setting wheel diameter is mandatory when
retrofitting operating console.
Set value according to wheel diameter 11”, 12”, 13”, 14” or
15” for correct display of speed.
AGM battery
(1) big size
batteries (>
50 A)
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(2) small
size batteries
(< 50 A,
default)
(3) small size
batteries (<
50 A)
(4) big size
batteries (>
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1.
4.7.1 Replacing headlight
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Press key to change settings.
Save settings by waiting for 10 seconds or pressing any
other keys except keys above.
1.
2.
3.
Phillips screwdriver
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
4.6 Shrouds
4.6.1 Removing shroud
CAUTION!
Risk of damage to shroud
– Do not pull shroud straight up to remove.
– Follow instructions below.
1.
Disconnect battery cable A.
4.
2.
3.
Place one hand at the front, the other at the rear of
the shroud A.
Lift shroud up from front.
5.
6.
7.
4.
Remove screw (1) or A on headlight under front shroud.
Remove headlight.
Disconnect cable from wiring harness.
Place hands on left and right side of shroud.
Twist and lift to remove shroud completely.
4.6.2 Replacing front shroud
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2.
3.
4.
5.
10 mm socket wrench
Phillips screwdriver
Remove shroud. See 4.6.1 Removing shroud, page 17.
Remove four caps A.
Loosen and remove screws B.
Take off front shroud.
Install parts in reverse order.
Remove screws (1) on headlight glass.
8. Remove headlight glass.
9. Replace bulb(s) in headlight.
10. Test function.
4.7.2 Replacing front direction indicators
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2.
3.
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
Disconnect battery cable A.
3-wheel version
1.
5.
Remove screws (3) on glass.
Remove glass.
Loosen screws (4) on orange-colored cap (5) and remove
cap.
8. Replace lightbulb.
9. Install parts in reverse order.
10. Test function.
6.
7.
4.7.3 Replacing center brake light
CAUTION!
Risk of burning if power cable is shorted
– Turn off the power completely before removing
any power supply components of the mobility
device. Therefore take out the batteries.
– Avoid bridging of contacts during measurements
on live electrical components.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove direction indicator screw (1).
Disconnect direction indicator cable (2) from wiring
harness.
Replace direction indicator.
Install direction indicators in reverse order.
Test function.
4-wheel version
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Remove steering column shroud and steering column.
See 4.8.5 Replacing steering column, page 22.
Remove chassis bolts and fold chassis upwards.
Remove direction indicator screw A on chassis.
Disconnect direction indicator cable B from wiring
harness.
When disassembling, note the position of small parts
such as screws and washers. Put small parts down so
that they can be reassembled in the right sequence.
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2.
3.
Phillips screwdriver
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
Disconnect battery cable A.
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2.
3.
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
Disconnect plug (4).
5.
Disconnect battery cable A.
4.
6.
7.
Remove bolts (1) on rear shroud.
Lift the rear shroud upwards.
5.
6.
Remove screws (1) on brake light.
8. Replace brake light.
9. Install parts in reverse order.
10. Test functions (trial run).
7.
8.
Remove bolts (1) on rear shroud.
Lift rear shroud upwards.
Remove screws (1) on rear light.
Remove rear light.
4.7.4 Replacing rear lights/direction indicators
CAUTION!
Risk of burning if power cable is shorted
– Turn off power completely before removing any
power supply components of mobility device.
Therefore take out batteries.
– Avoid bridging of contacts during measurements
on live electrical components.
When disassembling, note the position of small parts
such as screws and washers. Put small parts down so
that they can be reassembled in the right sequence.
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5.
Remove glass (1).
10. Replace lightbulbs (2).
11. Install parts in reverse order.
12. Test function.
6.
7.
8.
4.8 Wheels
9.
4.8.1 Replacing wheel suspension
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
Accidental rolling can lead to accidents.
– Secure mobility device against rolling away.
Loosen wheel suspension screw (1).
Loosen screw (2).
Replace wheel suspension.
Install parts in reverse order.
Tighten screw (1) to 25 Nm.
Adjust camber. See 4.9.3 Replacing steering link/coupling
rod, page 26.
10. Test function (trial run).
4.8.2 Replacing shock absorber
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
When parking mobility device on antitippers it is
no longer slowed by motor brake. The mobility
device can roll away out of control.
– Place mobility device rear frame on a supporting
wooden block before you remove wheels.
When disassembling, note position of small parts
such as screws and washers. Put small parts down
so that they can be reassembled in right sequence.
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2.
3.
10 mm wrench
12 mm wrench
13 mm wrench
32 mm wrench
Phillips screwdriver
Supporting wooden block
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
Accidental rolling can lead to accidents.
– Secure the scooter against rolling away.
When disassembling, note position of small parts
such as screws and washers. Put small parts down
so that they can be reassembled in right sequence.
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
Drive motor needs to be removed before you can
replace left-hand shock absorber. If right-hand shock
absorber is to be replaced, you do not need to
remove drive motor.
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Disconnect battery cable A.
Remove front steering:
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– Dismantle chassis and steering column. See 4.8.5
Replacing steering column, page 22.
4–wheel version
– Dismantle steering link and coupling rod. See
4.9.3 Replacing steering link/coupling rod, page
26.
10 mm wrench
17 mm wrench
Oblique pliers
Rubber hammer
Phillips screwdriver
5 mm Allen keys (2x)
Supporting wooden block
Replacing rear shock absorber
1.
2.
Remove wheel. See user manual.
Remove mud guard. See 4.10.1 Replacing drive unit,
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5.
6.
7.
8.
5.
Loosen top bolt (1) on shock absorber.
Loosen bottom bolt (2) on shock absorber.
Replace shock absorber (2).
Use setting screw (3) to set spring hardness.
Install parts in reverse order.
Check function (trial run).
4.8.3 Replacing swing arm
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2.
3.
4.
14 mm wrench
5 mm Allen key
Thread locking adhesive (for example Locktite
243)
Remove rear shroud.
Remove drive unit. See chapter 4.10.1 Replacing drive
unit, page 27.
Remove batteries. See user manual.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Loosen and remove lower bolt B on rear shock absorber
on left and right side of the mobility device.
Remove and replace swing arm.
Install parts in reverse order.
Apply thread locking adhesive to screw A and tighten
to 25 Nm.
Tighten screws.
4.8.4 Replacing front axle
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
Accidental rolling can lead to accidents.
– Secure mobility device against rolling away.
When disassembling, note the position of small parts
such as screws and washers. Put small parts down so
that they can be reassembled in the right sequence.
The front axle can only be replaced on the 3-wheel
version. The 4-wheel version does not have a
replaceable axle.
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Loosen and remove screw A that attaches swing arm to
chassis on left and right side of the mobility device.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Supporting wooden block
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
Disconnect battery cable.
Place a supporting wooden block under the front part of
the frame so that the front wheel is no longer touching
the floor.
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Replacing steering column
1.
Loosen axle bolts (1) simultaneously on both sides.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Pull front axle slowly out.
Replace front axle.
Replace parts in reverse order.
Test function (trial run).
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove drive lever screws C.
Remove drive lever B.
Loosen and remove screws A on operating console.
Remove operating console.
4.8.5 Replacing steering column
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
Accidental rolling can lead to accidents.
– Secure mobility device against rolling away.
When disassembling, note the position of small parts
such as screws and washers. Put small parts down so
that they can be reassembled in the right sequence.
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2.
3.
4.
10 mm wrench
17 mm wrench
19 mm wrench
32 mm wrench
Phillips screwdriver
Supporting wooden block
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
Disconnect battery cable.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Remove screws A on rear steering column shroud.
Remove steering column shroud.
Loosen screws on front basket holder.
Remove basket holder.
Remove spacer bushes.
Disconnect cable from wiring harness.
Place a supporting wooden block under the front part of
the frame so that front wheel is no longer touching floor.
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7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Loosen fork bolt (2).
Loosen knurled screw (3).
Replace fork.
Install parts in reverse order.
Apply brake and tighten axle bolts at same time.
Test functions (trial run).
4.8.7 Replacing front wheel suspension 4–wheel
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
Accidental rolling can lead to accidents.
– Secure mobility device against rolling away.
When disassembling, note the position of small parts
such as screws and washers. Put small parts down so
that they can be reassembled in the right sequence.
Remove screws A on front steering column shroud.
12. Remove the front steering column shroud.
13. Loosen brake cable. See 4.9.1 Replacing hand brakes,
page 25.
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13 mm wrench
17 mm wrench
19 mm wrench
32 mm wrench
Phillips screwdriver
Supporting wooden block
Loosen and remove screw at clamp (1).
15. Unscrew fixing bolt for steering column and remove.
16. Pull steering column out upwards.
17. To replace fork 3–wheel, see 4.8.6 Replacing fork
3–wheel, page 23.
4.8.6 Replacing fork 3–wheel
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Prepare steering column. See 4.8.5 Replacing steering
column, page 22.
Remove rubber mat in foot pan.
Loosen screws in chassis below rubber mat.
Remove chassis upwards.
Dismantle front wheel. See 4.8.4 Replacing front axle,
page 21.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
Disconnect battery cable.
Place a supporting wooden block under the front part of
the frame so that the front wheel is no longer touching
the floor.
Replace steering column. See 4.8.5 Replacing steering
column, page 22.
6.
6.
Loosen 4 screws A on front shock absorbers.
Pull off clamp (1).
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1.
2.
3.
Raise mobility device and place wooden blocks
underneath to support it.
Remove wheel locknut (1).
Remove wheel by tapping it gently with rubber hammer
on the rear face to carefully loosen it from the axle.
When reinstalling, tighten locknut to 30 Nm.
Problems when removing wheel?
– It may be necessary to use a special tool. Ask
your Invacare provider to help you.
Repairing flat tire
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Talcum powder
12 mm wrench
Loosen screws on cross members B on left and right
side.
8.
1.
2.
CAUTION!
Risk of explosion
The wheel explodes if the air pressure has
not been released from the wheel before the
wheel rim is removed.
– Always let all the air out of the tire before
removing the rim.
Loosen four screws C that fix cross members to frame.
9.
3.
4.
5.
Loosen three screws D, E that fix two steering links.
10. Replace suspension.
11. Install parts in reverse order.
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Rubber hammer
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
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Loosen and remove 4 screws (1).
Remove both wheel rim halves out of tire and remove
inner tube.
Repair inner tube and refit in wheel, or replace it with
new inner tube.
If the old inner tube has been repaired and is to be
used again, and became wet during repair, it is easier
to replace it if it is lightly dusted with talcum powder
beforehand.
4.8.8 Repairing tire punctures
Removing wheel
Remove valve cap.
Deflate tire by pressing in the center valve pin.
Refit wheel rim parts from outside into tire.
Pump up tire lightly.
Reinsert nuts and bolts which hold the wheel rim
together and tighten fully.
Make sure that tire is properly located on wheel rim.
Inflate tire up to recommended tire pressure.
Check to make sure that tire is still located properly on
wheel rim.
Screw valve cap back on.
Locate wheel on drive shaft again.
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15. Tighten wheel locknut with handbrake applied.
CAUTION!
Risk of injury from wheels coming loose
If wheels are insufficiently secured during
mounting, they can come loose when driving.
– When mounting wheels, tighten bolts with
30 Nm.
– Never use normal nuts instead of
self-locking nuts.
– Always use new bolts with an undamaged
coating.
4.9 Brakes
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Pull front axle slowly out.
Replace brake lining or complete brake.
Reassemble wheel and brake.
Push axle through.
Apply brake and tighten axle bolts at same time.
Install parts in reverse order.
Adjust braking force on wheel using brake lever setting
screw.
11. Test braking function while pushing.
4-wheel version
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Slacken both brake cables.
Disconnect brake cable at affected wheel.
Loosen wheel bolt.
Pull wheel and brake off shaft.
4.9.1 Replacing hand brakes
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
Accidental rolling can lead to accidents.
– Secure the scooter against rolling away.
When disassembling, note the position of small parts
such as screws and washers. Put small parts down so
that they can be reassembled in the right sequence.
The front axle can only be replaced on the 3-wheel
version. The 4-wheel version does not have a
replaceable axle.
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2.
3.
4.
10 mm wrench
17 mm wrench
19 mm wrench
Supporting wooden block
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
Disconnect battery cable.
Place a supporting wooden block under the front part of
the frame so that the front wheel is no longer touching
the floor.
3-wheel version
1.
2.
3.
Slacken brake cable. See 4.9.2 Replacing brake cable,
page 25.
Disconnect brake cable at wheel.
Pull brake out of brake drum.
Replace brake lining or complete brake.
Reassemble wheel and brake.
Push wheel and brake onto shaft.
Apply brake and tighten axle bolts at same time.
Install parts in reverse order.
Adjust braking force on wheel using brake lever setting
screw.
12. Test braking function while pushing.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
4.9.2 Replacing brake cable
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
Accidental rolling can lead to accidents.
– Secure mobility device against rolling away.
When disassembling, note position of small parts
such as screws and washers. Put small parts down
so that they can be reassembled in right sequence.
You do not need to remove wheel to replace brake
cable.
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Phillips screwdriver
Loosen axle bolts A simultaneously on both sides.
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Replacing steering link/coupling rod
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Slacken brake cable using setting screw A.
Disconnect brake cable at wheel B.
Disconnect brake cable at brake lever on steering
column.
Route brake cable through shroud.
Loosen brake lever screw C at wheel.
Replace brake cable.
Install parts in reverse order.
Test braking function while pushing.
4.9.3 Replacing steering link/coupling rod
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
Accidental rolling can lead to accidents.
– Secure mobility device against rolling away.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Remove circlip (1) on steering link (2).
Replace steering link.
Adjust length of steering link using setting screws (3).
Remove circlip (4) on coupling rod (5).
Replace coupling rod.
Install steering link and/or coupling rod in reverse order.
Test function (trial run).
Adjusting camber
1.
2.
Loosen screws A.
When disassembling, note the position of small parts
such as screws and washers. Put small parts down so
that they can be reassembled in the right sequence.
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12 mm wrench
13 mm wrench
Phillips screwdriver
Circlip pliers
Supporting wooden block
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
Spin steering link up by 0,5 cm. Wheels stand turned
inwards by 1° C from neutral position B.
Install parts of steering link and/or coupling rod in
reverse order.
Test all functions (trial run).
4.9.4 Replacing curve control device
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
Accidental rolling can lead to accidents.
– Secure mobility device against rolling away.
When disassembling, note the position of small parts
such as screws and washers. Put small parts down so
that they can be reassembled in the right sequence.
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2.
4.
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32 mm wrench
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
Disconnect battery cable A.
Remove steering column and chassis. See 4.8.5 Replacing
steering column, page 22.
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Replacing sensors (5) without mounting
Disconnect battery cable A.
4.
1.
2.
Loosen screws (2).
Replace sensor.
Replacing sensors (5) with mounting
1.
2.
Loosen fork bolt (1).
Replace sensors (5) with mounting.
Replacing regulating unit (4)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Loosen screws.
Remove sensor (5).
Loosen screws (3).
Replace regulating unit (4).
Adjusting
1.
2.
3.
Set steering to straight ahead.
Align sensor straight using regulating unit.
Take hold of the sensor and tighten the fork screw.
Check
5.
6.
Remove front shroud colored cap A.
You can see curve control device C through opening D.
Remove screw B that fixes shroud between front
wheels.
7.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn steering completely to right and then left.
When steering is turned to its limit, the 3 regulating unit
switches should be visible.
Install parts in reverse order.
Check functions (trial run).
4.10 Drive components
4.10.1 Replacing drive unit
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
When parking mobility device on antitippers it is
no longer slowed by motor brake. Mobility device
can roll away out of control.
– Place mobility device rear frame on a supporting
wooden block before you remove wheels.
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
Accidental rolling can lead to accidents.
– Secure mobility device against rolling away.
To check position of sensors of curve control device, use
measuring gauge A supplied in “Bend speed reducer
retrofitting kit”.
When disassembling, note the position of small parts
such as screws and washers. Put small parts down so
that they can be reassembled in the right sequence.
The plugs on the power module cannot be wrongly
connected because all plugs have a different size and
only fit in one socket.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10 mm wrench
17 mm wrench
17 mm socket wrench
10 mm socket wrench
Oblique pliers
Rubber hammer
Phillips screwdriver
Supporting wooden block
5 mm Allen key
Thread locking adhesive (for example Locktite
243)
Secure mobility device against rolling away.
Place supporting wooden block under the frame at
battery holder height.
Remove seat.
Remove shroud.
Disconnect battery cable A.
Unscrew rear wheel fixing bolts.
Remove rear wheels.
Cut cable ties.
Disconnect plugs from power module.
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Disconnect motor plug.
Disconnect plug for electromagnetic brake.
Disconnect speedometer plug.
10.
Remove screws A on mud guard.
11. Remove mud guard B.
12.
Remove screws (1) on drive holder (2).
13. Remove drive holder (2).
14.
Remove screws (1) on disengaging lever (2).
15. Remove disengaging lever (2).
16. Place supporting wooden block under swing arm.
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Replacing drive motor
Installation
1.
1.
2.
3.
Install parts in reverse order.
CAUTION!
Reduced function when clutch is mounted
incorrectly
– Make sure to mount clutch A with
inscription “M” facing motor.
Loosen three Allen screws A.
Lift motor out of holder and take it out of the frames
to the side.
Replace motor.
Replacing drive unit
1.
2.
3.
4.
Loosen and remove screw B on swing arm. For replacing
swing arm, see 4.8.3 Replacing swing arm, page 21.
Loosen and remove lower bolt A on spring.
Lift drive unit out of holder and take it out of the
frames to side.
Replace drive unit.
CAUTION!
No breaking efficency without feather key
– Make sure to mount feather key B on
motor shaft A when reassembling.
2.
3.
Apply thread locking adhesive (for example Locktite 243)
to screw B on swing arm and tighten to 25 Nm.
Test all functions (trial run).
4.10.2 Replacing carbon brushes
Always replace all the carbon brushes on both
motors.
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6 mm Allen key
10 mm socket wrench
19 mm socket wrench
Blade screwdriver
Long wooden blocks, min. 14 x 14 x 30 cm
Removing carbon brushes
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2.
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3.
4.
Disengage motor A by setting the engaging lever to
“Push“.
Loosen and remove all four plastic caps B.
Note the fixing position and location of the
carbon brushes.
CAUTION!
Risk of tipping
OrionPRO 3–wheel could tip over when driving
uphill when incorrect seat support tube/seat
suspension is installed.
– Always install seat support tube with two holes
only.
– Always install seat support tube medium or
short when retrofitting.
Used carbon brushes need to the refitted exactly
in the same position from which they were taken
in order to guarantee optimum contact to the
collector.
5.
6.
7.
Make a marking on the motor and the carbon brushes
in order to guarantee correct installation.
Remove carbon brushes completely from mounting C.
Check carbon brush and spring for level of wear, broken
components or discolouration.
Installing carbon brushes
1.
2.
3.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
1.
2.
3.
17 mm wrench (2x)
Secure mobility device against rolling away.
Remove seat.
Depending on condition of brush and spring: - either
install brushes in exactly the same position from which
they were taken or - fit new brushes.
Install plastic caps and tighten them firmly.
Install drive wheels..
The following procedure is necessary to run
carbon brushes in after replacement and thus
guarantee maximum performance.
CAUTION!
Risk of accidents
Injuries to workers, damage to surroundings
and mobility device.
– Do not leave mobility device unattended
during the following procedure.
– Secure area.
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Loosen securing bolt of seat support tube.
4.
Lift mobility device up on one side and get a second
person to place a wooden block around 14 cm high
underneath it so that the drive wheel is suspended
freely.
Repeat on other side of mobility device.
Allow motors to run for an hour in forward direction.
Allow motors to cool down for 30 minutes.
Allow motors to run for an hour in reverse direction.
Lift mobility device off wooden blocks.
4.11 Seat system
4.11.1 Replacing seat suspension/spring
CAUTION!
Risk of accident
Accidental rolling can lead to accidents.
– Secure scooter against rolling away.
When disassembling, note position of small parts
such as screws and washers. Put small parts down so
that they can be reassembled in the right sequence.
The following seat support tubes are available for
the seat suspension:
• 508.5 mm
• 533.5 mm
• 558.5 mm
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Remove bolt (7), nut and washers.
Remove seat support tube (2) from receptacle tube (1).
Remove bellows (3) including spring (5) and plastic end
pieces (4 and 6).
7. Fit plastic end pieces (4 and 6) to new spring.
8. Grease spring generously. Spring should be covered
completely.
9. Assemble bellows (3).
10. Install bellows (3) including spring (5) and plastic end
pieces (4 and 6).
11. Insert seat support tube (2) into receptacle tube (1) and
press down gently.
12. Reposition bolt (7), nut and washers.
5.
6.
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4.12 Accessories
13.
4.12.1 Accessories list
Firmly tighten securing bolt of seat support tube.
14. Reposition seat.
4.11.2 Replacing seat support tube
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17 mm wrench (2x)
CAUTION!
Risk of tipping
OrionPRO 3–wheel could tip over when driving
uphill when incorrect seat support tube/ seat
suspension is installed.
– Always install seat support tube with two holes
only.
– Always install seat support tube medium or
short when retrofitting.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove seat.
Remove shroud. See “Removing shroud”.
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Mirror (right or left)
Safety vest
Warning triangle
OrionMETRO: solid tires (without rim),11 inch, black
OrionPRO: solid tires (without rim), 12 inch, black
Seat lifter kit, electrical, 12 cm
Seat suspensions
Front bumper
Rear bumper
Personal key
Crutch/cane holder (right or left)
Lockable storage box, front
Lockable storage box, rear, incl. clutch holder bracket
Rear basket
Backrest bag
Hour counter
Seat belt
Seat bag
Walking frame holder
Rollator holder incl. crutch holder
Windscreen
Oxygen bottle holder
Can holder
Off-board charger kit
Covers: Storage cover (Full scooter cover), Seat Cover
(Rain & Dirt protection)
The installation instructions for additional accessories
are available at your Invacare® provider or directly
from Invacare®.
Remove securing bolt, nut and washers of seat support
tube.
Replace seat support tube.
Adjust seat height.
Reinsert securing bolt, nut and washers and tighten.
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2151
Australia
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Tel: (49) (0)57 31 754 540
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Unit 5 Seatown Business Campus
Seatown Road, Swords, County Dublin
Tel : (353) 1 810 7084
Fax: (353) 1 810 7085
ireland@invacare.com
www.invacare.ie
European representative:
Manufacturer:
EMERGO EUROPE
Molenstraat 15
2513 BH, The Hague
The Netherlands
CHIEN TI ENTERPRISE CO. LTD.
No. 13, Lane 227, Fu Ying Road
Hsin Chuang, Taipei, Taiwan
R.O.C.
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EMERGO EUROPE
Prinsessegracht 20
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The Netherlands
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Invacare New Zealand Ltd
4 Westfield Place, Mt Wellington 1060
New Zealand
Phone: 0800 468 222
Fax: 0800 807 788
sales@invacare.co.nz
www.invacare.co.nz
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