MS01066 - Amazon S3

Instruction Booklet
Version 1.01
Code: MS01066
Instruction Booklet: Contents
Table of Contents
Important Precautions
Identification of Parts
Charging the Batteries
Disassembling your Scooter
Safety Information on
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
Instruction Booklet: Introduction
Thank you and congratulations on purchasing your new Abilize Mobility Scooter.
It is designed to provide you with transportation ability indoors and outdoors.
We pride ourselves on providing safe and comfortable products. Our goal is to ensure your
complete satisfaction. We sincerely hope you enjoy your Abilize Mobility Scooter.
Please read and observe all warnings and instructions provided in owner’s manual before
you operate the various functions of this scooter. Also, please retain this booklet for future
UK Authorised Dealer
CareCo UK Ltd
Hubert Road
CM14 4JE
Tel: (+44) 01277 237001
Information of European Representation
Prinsessegracht 20
2514 AP The Hague
The Netherlands
Instruction Booklet: Important Precautions
• Only one person at a time can ride the Scooter.
• Maximum load is 136 kg / 300 Ibs pounds.
• Turn key off before getting on or off.
• Always drive carefully and be aware of others using the same area.
• Always use pedestrian crossings wherever possible. Take extreme care when crossing roads.
• Do not drive on slope exceeding 8 degree, and take extreme care when turning on slope.
• Do not use full power when turning to sharp corner.
• Take great care and drive in low speed when backing up, riding downhill or on uneven surface,
and climbing curb.
• Please use the lowest speed when driving through a descending road or uneven terrain. If
speed is too fast, leave your hand off the handle bar, let the scooter stop. Make sure you are
safe and start again.
• The weight capacity limit can be different depending on ramp degree.
• A slow speed must always be used when ascending, descending or traversing a slope or
incline and also on uneven terrain, ramps and soft or loose surfaces, such as gravel or grass.
• To prevent any danger, do not turn around at high speed while ascending or descending
a ramp.
• Scooter may not operate well in high humidity.
• Do not leave the powered scooter in a rain storm of any kind.
• Direct exposure to rain or dampness will cause the scooter to malfunction electrically and
mechanically; may cause the powered scooter to prematurely rust.
• Never put scooter in neutral when staying on slopes.
• Follow traffic laws when riding outside.
• When scooter is on moving transport vehicles, do not sit or stay on scooter.
Instruction Booklet: Identification of Parts
Before attempting to drive this scooter on your own, it is important that you familiarize
yourself with the controls and how to operate them.
Padded Foldable Seat
Easy-To-Operate Control
Panel and Delta Handlebar
Flip-Up Armrests
Front Basket
Seat Rotation
LED Headlight
Circuit Breaker
Solid Tyres
Changing Sockets
Figure 1 - Front View
Self-Diagnostic Warning Light
Horn Button
Battery Gauge
Speed Dial Knob
Main Key Switch
Figure 2 - Top Control Panel
Anti-Tip Wheels
Figure 3 - Back View
Instruction Booklet: Identification of Parts
Before operation, please remove the Lock Nut (A) and press button of Circuit Breaker (B) to
activate the system.
Function of Parts:
Main Key Switch (C)
• Turn the key to the right to turn the scooter on.
• Turn the key to the left to turn the scooter and
LED light on.
• Turn the key to the centre position to turn the
scooter off.
CAUTION: Always ensure that the scooter is switched off before getting on or off the
scooter and before removing any items of the scooter.
CAUTION: Turning the scooter OFF whilst driving will bring the scooter to an abrupt stop.
Speed Dial Knob (D)
The rabbit icon indicates fast or high speed. The turtle icon indicates slow or low speed. By turning
this Knob (D) towards chosen icon you can control the overall speed of the scooter.
CAUTION: Before driving the scooter, set the speed to low speed by turning the knob
towards turtle icon.
CAUTION: Drive in high speed when encounter an up slope, and drive in low speed when
encounter a down slope.
Horn Button (E)
Press Horn Button (E) once to sound warning tone when necessary.
Battery Gauge (F)
The LEDs represents an approximation of battery capacity. If the charge is full, all LEDs are lit.
When only red and orange LEDs are lit, the batteries are consuming and should be charged soon.
When only red LEDs are lit, charge the batteries immediately.
Self Diagnostic Warning Light (G)
Flashing light indicates there is a problem within scooter. See page 11 for more information.
Throttle (H) (H1)
To move forward by pulling the right side of Throttle (H). To move backward by pulling the left side
of Throttle (H1). (The movement directions can be reversed by local dealers if required.) Releasing
the throttle to engage automatic brake. These are also your accelerator, the further you pull it, the
faster you go. (Subject to the position of the Rabbit/Turtle control).
CAUTION: Releasing the throttle engages the automatic brake, but will taxi for a short
buffering distance, please keep safe distance when stopping to prevent any danger.
Instruction Booklet: Identification of Parts
Tiller Angle Adjustment:.
• Turn the Cap (I) outward upward to disengage the pin.
• Simultaneously, adjust the tiller fore-and-aft to the most comfortable angle. Release Cap (I) and
ensure the pin is fully engaged to lock the tiller in position.
Seat Rotation Adjustment:.
• Lift the Lever (J) upward to disengage the pin.
• Simultaneously, rotate Seat (K) to the most comfortable angle. To lock the seat in position by
Releasing Lever (J) and ensure the pin is fully engaged.
Circuit Breaker:.
If scooter’s circuit system malfunctions or over loaded, the circuit breaker will trip and automatically
shut down the power to ensure driver’s safety. After shut down the power, press button of Circuit
Breaker (B) to reactive the circuit system.
Free-Wheeling Lever:
The scooter can be pushed, when the Free-Wheeling Lever (L) is disengaged. To engage the
Free-Wheeling Lever (L) - Pull up the free-wheeling lever.
To disengage the Free-Wheeling Lever (L) - Push down the free-wheeling lever.
Instruction Booklet: Identification of Parts
Basket assembling and disassembling:
• Place the Front Basket (M) to the bracket on the tiller.
• Remove the Front Basket (M) and place it aside.
Armrest assembling and angle adjustment:
• Adjust armrest to most comfortable length,
then lock the Knob (N).
• Adjust Screw (O) height to preferable armrest’s angle.
Seat height adjustment:
• Remove the seat, then screw, nut and washer from seat post.
• Adjust seat post to desired height, then attached tightly with screw, nut and washers.
• Assemble the seat back to its original position.
• Seat height adjustable 520mm / 545mm / 570mm.
Instruction Booklet: Charging the Batteries
Your Abilize scooter is equipped with two sealed, maintenance free 12V. 22Ah.
Rechargeable batteries and one 24V/3A charger. Batteries must be charged before using
scooter for first time and should be recharged after each day’s use. Be sure power switch
is in OFF position and free-wheeling lever is not in freewheel mode.
For safety reasons, only sealed non-spillable batteries that meet DOT CFR 173.159(d), IATA
Packing Instructions, and IATA Provision A67 shall be installed in the scooters. If you need
new batteries, contact your dealer. Only 12V. 22Ah Valve-regulated Lead Acid batteries
should be used.
• Insert battery charger cord into Charging Socket (P) on battery pack.
• Plug other end of Power Cable (Q) into a standard electrical wall outlet.
• LED Indication
LED (Power) - RED Light on : Power on LED (Charge) - ORANGE Light on : Charging
GREEN Light on : Fully charged
• Allow batteries to charge until charging indicator turns green. For optimum performance a first
initial charge of 24 hours is recommended and 12 hour charge after every use.
• After indicator turns green, unplug battery charger from scooter and wall outlet.
• If at any time battery charger light flashes green over 40 minutes, this indicates abnormal
charging occurred. You should check the following:
1. Charger plug is correctly positioned.
2. Scooter is turned off.
3. If none of these are the problems, contact your local authorized dealer.
CAUTION: The time needed to recharge will vary depending on the depletion of the
batteries. Charging for longer than necessary will not harm the batteries. They can not be
Instruction Booklet: Dissembling your Scooter
1. Seat Disassembling:
Remove seat by lifting Seat Rotation Lever (J). Then rotate Seat (K) and lift up away from scooter.
2. Battery Pack Disassembling:
As indication, pull Battery Pack Handle (R) to remove Battery Box (S) from scooter. Caution
: Battery Box is heavy. When lifting, please use correct lifting posture to avoid injury. Ask for
assistance if necessary.
CAUTION: When assembling battery pack (S), make sure to aim for the battery terminal
connection for proper electricity conductivity.
3. Front and Rear Frame Disassembling:
Hold front & rear frame with Release Lever (T) to disassemble front and rear frame.
Tiller Fold Method:
Turn the Cap (I) to fold down the Tiller (U) to the lowest position as shown in Figure 18. When the
Tiller (U) is in the lowest position it can be locked by the pin of tiller angle adjustment.
Competition of Disassembling:
The Scooter can be disassembled into 7 main parts as shown below.
CAUTION: Re-assembling your scooter by vice versa above disassembling procedures.
Instruction Booklet: Troubleshooting
Battery Low
Low Battery Fault
High Battery
The batteries are running low.
Recharge the batteries for a minimum of 12 hours.
The batteries have run out of charge.
Recharge the batteries.
Battery voltage is too high. This may occur if
overcharged &/or traveling down a long slope.
If traveling down a slope, reduce your speed to minimize the
amount of regenerative charging.
Check the battery and associated connections and wiring.
The motor has been exceeding its maximum current
rating for too long. This may be due to a faulty motor.
Check the motor and associated connections and wiring.
Turn the controller off, leave for a few minutes and turn back
on again.
Current Limit
Park Brake
Speed Pot
Motor Voltage
The motor or its associated wiring is faulty.
Check the motor and associated connections and wiring.
Other Error
The controller may have an internal fault.
Check all connections & wiring.
Either a park brake release switch is active or the park
brake is faulty.
Check the park brake and associated connections and wiring.
Ensure any associated switches are in their correct positions.
The Throttle is out of neutral when turning the controller
Ensure the throttle is in neutral when turning the controller on.
The Throttle may require re-calibration.
The throttle, speed limit pot or their associated wiring
may be faulty.
Check the throttle and speed pot and associated connections
and wiring.
Further issues:
If the above troubleshooting does not help to resolve
the issue please contact the authorised dealer (page 2).
Please have your serial no. to hand to provide to the
authorised dealer, which can be found
Instruction Booklet: Caution
Obstacle Climbing:
• Your scooter can climb obstacles and curbs of up to 40mm / 1.6” in height. Never attempt to
overcome an obstacle when on an uphill or downhill gradient!
• Always approach obstacles straight on! Ensure that the front wheels and rear wheels move
over the obstacle in one stroke, do not stop halfway!
• The maximum gap the scooter can drive over is 100mm / 4”.
• When driving scooter on ramp, adjust body centre of gravity to keep scooter more safety.
• Charge the batteries after each trip. If the scooter is not used for some time, batteries may lose
their charge. Batteries should be charged at least once a month.
• Check the battery gauge before driving to prevent power depletion.
• Batteries will have an aging phenomenon, where the storage capacity will gradually decrease.
If batteries are damaged, please wrap them in a plastic bag and contact your local dealer for
proper disposal.
• Do not disassemble battery and open sealed parts by yourself to prevent electric shock and
burns from acid leakage.
• Adjust speed to a slow speed when starting off to prevent sudden acceleration.
• Never attempt to drive downhill backwards.
• Try not to drive scooter at night or in rain or bad weather.
• If storing your scooter for a long time (1 month or more), make sure that battery are fully
charged, then disconnect the two batteries plugs (W), and store the scooter in a dry location.
• Front basket, weight capacity 3kgs (6.5lbs).
Instruction Booklet: Safety Infomation on Electronic Interference (EMI)
CAUTION: It is very important that you read this information regarding the possible effects
of Electromagnetic Interference on your motorized scooter.
Powered wheelchairs and motorized scooters may be susceptible to electromagnetic interference
(EMI), which is interfering electromagnetic energy (EM) emitted from sources such a radio
stations, TV stations, amateur radio (HAM) transmitters, two-way radios, and cellular phones. The
interference (from radio wave sources) can cause the motorized scooter to release its brakes,
move by itself, or move in unintended directions. It can also permanently damage the motorized
scooter control system. The intensity of the interfering EM energy can be measured in volts
per meter (V/m). Each motorized scooter can resist EMI up to certain intensity. This is called its
“immunity level.” The higher the immunity level, the greater the protection. At this time, current
technology is capable of achieving at least a 20 V/m immunity level, which would provide useful
protection from the more common sources of radiated EMI. This immunity level of this motorized
scooter model is 20 V/m.
There are a number of sources of relatively intense electromagnetic fields in the everyday
environment. Some of these sources are obvious and easy to avoid. Others are not apparent and
exposure is unavoidable. However, we believe that by following the warnings listed below, your
risk to EMI will be minimized.
Tiller Angle Adjustment:.
• Hand-held portable transceivers (transmitters-receivers) with the antenna mounted directly on
the transmitting unit. Examples include: citizens band (CB) radios, “walkie talkie,” security, fire,
and police transceivers, cellular telephones, and other personal communication devices;
CAUTION: Some cellular telephones and similar devices transmit signals while they are ON,
even when not being used.
• Medium-range mobile transceivers, such as those used in police cars, fire trucks, ambulances,
and taxis. These usually have the antenna mounted on the outside of the vehicle; and
• Long-range transmitters and transceivers such as commercial broadcast transmitters (radio
and TV broadcast antenna towers) and amateur (HAM) radios.
CAUTION: Other types of hand-held devices, such as cordless phones, laptop computers,
AM/FM radios, TV sets, CD players, and cassette players, and small appliances, such as
electric shavers and hair dryers, so far as we know, are not likely to cause EMI problems to
your motorized scooter.
Instruction Booklet: Safety Infomation on Electronic Interference (EMI)
Motorized Scooter Electromagnetic Interference:
Because EM energy rapidly becomes more intense as one move closer to the transmitting
antenna (source), the EM fields from hand-held radio wave sources (transceivers) are of special
concern. It is possible to unintentionally bring high levels of EM energy very close to the motorized
scooter control system while using these devices. This can affect motorized scooter movement
and braking. Therefore, the warnings listed below are recommended to prevent possible
interference with the control system of the motorized scooter.
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) from sources such as radio and TV stations, amateur radio
(HAM) transmitters, two-way radios, and cellular phones can affect motorized scooters. Following
the warnings listed below should reduce the chance of unintended brake release or motorized
scooter movement which could result in serious injury.
• Do not operate hand-held transceivers (transmitters-receivers), such as citizens band (CB)
radios, or turn ON personal communication devices, such as cellular phones, while the
motorized scooter is turned ON;
• Be aware of nearby transmitters, such as radio or TV stations, and try to avoid coming close to
• If unintended movement or brake release occurs, turn the motorized scooter OFF as soon as it
is safe;
• Be aware that adding accessories or components, or modifying the motorized scooter, may
make it more susceptible to EMI; and
CAUTION: There is no easy way to evaluate their effect on the overall immunity of the
motorized scooter.
• Report all incidents of unintended movement or brake release to the distributor listed on the
inside front cover of this manual. Note whether there is a source of EMI nearby.
Important Information:
• 20 volts per meter (V/m) is a generally achievable and useful immunity level against EMI (as of
May 1994). The higher the level, the greater the protection.
• The immunity level of this product is 20 V/m.
Instruction Booklet: Specifications
Overall Length
1120 mm / 44”
Overall Width
620 mm / 24.4”
Overall Height
935 mm / 36.8”
Front Wheels
225 mm / 9”
Rear Wheels
225 mm / 9”
Weight W/Batteries
55 kg / 121.3 lbs
Weight of Heaviest Piece
17 kg / 37.5 lbs
Max. Speed
8 kmph / 5 mph
Weight Capacity
136 kg / 300 lbs
Ground Clearance
52 mm / 2”
Grade Climbable
8 degree
Curb Climbable
40 mm / 1.6”
Turning Radius
1450 mm / 57.1”
Rear (Option)
Seat Type
Swivel Light Weight Foldable
Seat Width
460 mm / 18”
Motor Size
250W 4000 r.p.m
Battery Size
(2) 12V. 22Ah
Battery Weight
15.5 kg / 34.2 lbs
Travel Range
17.5 km / 10.9 Miles
Battery Charger
3A Off Board
On / Off Key Switch, Battery Level
Indicator, Speed Control Knob
Instruction Booklet: Warranty
There is a comprehensive twelve-month warranty from the date on which your new scooter is
delivered. The warranty covers the scooter for repairs or replacement during this period. For more
details, please see the Warranty Conditions below.
Warranty Conditions:
• Any work or replacement part installation must be carried out by an authorised service agent.
• To apply to warranty should your scooter require repair, please contact the authorised dealer.
• Should any part of the scooter require repair or full or part replacement, as a result of a
manufacturing or material defect within warranty period, the work will be carried out by free of
charge. Warranty period:
1. Frame: 2 year limited warranty.
2. Electronic parts: 12 months limited warranty.
3. Batteries: 6 month limited warranty.
• Any repaired or replaced parts will be covered by this warranty for the balance of the warranty
period on the scooter.
• Parts replaced after the original warranty has expired will be covered by a three months
• Consumable items supplied will not generally be covered during the normal warranty period
unless such items require repair or replacement clearly as a direct result of a manufacturing or
material defect.
Such items include (among others): upholstery, tyres and batteries.
• The above warranty conditions apply to brand new scooters purchased at the full retail price.
If you are unsure whether your scooter is covered, check with the authorised dealer.
• Under normal circumstances, no responsibility will be accepted where the scooter has failed as
a direct result of:
1. The scooter part not having been maintained in accordance with the manufacturer’s
2. Failure to use the manufacturer’s specified parts.
3. The scooter or part having been damaged due to neglect, accident or improper use.
4. The scooter or part having been altered from the manufacturer’s specifications or repairs
having been attempted before the service agent is notified.
Please note your authorised dealer contact details on page 2. In the event of your scooter
requiring attention, contact them and give all relevant details so they can act quickly.
The manufacturer reserves the right to alter, without notice, any weights, measurements or
other technical data shown in this manual. All figures, measurements and capacities shown
in this manual are approximate and do not constitute specifications.
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