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DKS500
AMBASSADOR
OWNER’S MANUAL
BLADEZ HEALTH PRODUCTS CORPORATION
TELEPHONE: 1-866-610-0330
20155 ELLIPSE
EMAIL: BLADEZHEALTHPRODUCTS@EBLADEZ.COM
FOOTHILL RANCH, CA 92610
WEBSITE: WWW.EBLADEZ.COM
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
PREFACE…………………………………………………………….. 3
2.
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS……………………………………... 4
3.
SAFETY NOTICE…………………………………………………… 6
3.1 Before Driving
3.2 While Driving
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EMI …………………………………………………………………… 9
5.
PARTS INTRODUCTION…………………………………………... 11
Parts Description
6.
OPERATION………………………………………………………… 12
6.1 Operation Panel
6.2 How to Operate Your Scooter
6.3 How to Set to Freewheel Mode
7.
CHARGING AND BATTERY………………………………………. 19
7.1 Charging the Battery
7.2 Charger
7.3 Battery
8.
INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE…………………………….. 22
8.1 Daily Checking
8.2 Regular Checking Record
8.3 Fuse and Tire
8.4 Maintenance
8.5 Storage
9.
TROUBLE SHOOTING…………………………………………….. 26
10.
SPECIFICATIONS………………………………………………….. 28
11.
WARRANTY…………………………………………………………. 29
11.1 Vehicle Serial Number
11.2 Warranty Policy
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1 . P R E FAC E
Please carefully read this owner’s manual before using this vehicle. Improper use of the
vehicle could result in harm, injury or accidents.
♦ This owner’s manual includes operation instructions for all aspects of this vehicle,
including assembly, and for how to deal with possible accidents.
♦ This owner’s manual is written solely for Bladez B*Mobile, DKS500- Ambassador.
♦ The symbols used in this manual are explained below.
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Warning
Attention
Improper use of this vehicle could lead to serious injury
Improper use of this vehicle could lead to personal injury and/or
property damage.
Suggestion Follow these instructions to maintain safe and efficient operations
and functions of the vehicle.
♦ This manual includes a repair and the maintenance record chart. And the product
registration card. Please keep them in a safe place.
♦ If someone else uses the vehicle, make sure that you give them the instruction
manual for his or her reference.
♦ We reserve the right to make design modifications without notifying the buyer. It is
your responsibility to maintain an updated manual either by requesting it through
mail or visiting our website (www.ebladez.com).
“Caution: Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a
practitioner licensed by the law of the State in which he/she practices.”
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2.
A S S E M B LY I N S T RU C T I O N S
1. When you have removed your vehicle from
the box it will be folded down with the basket
and the seat with it. Remove the seat and
basket and set them aside (Fig 1).
2. Locate the tiller handle and fold the
handlebars up into the desired position (Fig
2).
3. Before you put on your seat you will
need to connect the batteries. Remove the
battery cover to gain access to the batteries.
Connect the wires from the batteries to the
wire coming from the controller. Once you
have connected the batteries replace the
cover.
4. Locate your basket, water bottle holder, and
your cell phone basket. Attach your water
bottle holder and your phone basket to the
large basket using the screws provided. (Fig 3
and 4) Once you have your basket ready you
can now attach it to the vehicle.
5. To attach the basket to the vehicle use the
five screws provided. Place the basket on the
metal bracket on the front of the vehicle and
line up the five holes in the bottom of the
basket (Fig. 5) to the holes on the metal
bracket. Insert the screw and tighten to
secure the basket.
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A S S E M B LY I N S T RU C T I O N S
6. Lastly attach the seat. Line up the pin on the
bottom of the seat with the seat post and slide it
into place. Lift the lever on the side of the seat
to lock the seat into place.
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S A F E T Y N OT I C E
3.1 Before Driving
The user should get familiar with all functions and features to operate this vehicle before
driving. Please always keep safety in mind. Initially an assistant should be present while
the user becomes familiar with the vehicle. An assistant can be a family member or a care
professional. To minimize any personal injury read all of the following safety precautions
prior to driving.
¾ The same traffic rules that apply to pedestrians apply to the use of this vehicle
For your safety, please follow all rules that apply to pedestrians.
♦ Ride on the sidewalk, parkway or pedestrian areas only. Never ride on freeways or
roads. It may be difficult for traffic to see you while driving your vehicle.
♦ Always be aware of all obstacles and conditions around you. (Cars, people, terrain
and weather).
♦ Be extremely cautious when driving your vehicle in busy areas such as, shopping
malls, business centers, etc.
♦ If you take prescription drugs please consult your physician before operating your
vehicle. Some medication may impair your ability to maintain safe operation of your
vehicle.
♦ Please do not operate your vehicle when you are under the influence of alcohol, as
this may impair your ability to operate your vehicle in a safe manner.
♦ Please do not operate your vehicle at night.
♦ Please obey pedestrian traffic lights.
¾ Practice operating your vehicle
The user must use care and common sense when driving your vehicle. While
becoming familiar with the operation of your scooter, practice in an open area, like
a park. In order not to fall out of your scooter while driving, keep in mind the status
of the driving motion, such as accelerating, stopping, turning, reversing and
up-and-down ramps.
♦ Please set the speed dial at the low speed during your initial practice.
♦ Be sure you are able to control and operate your scooter easily and confidently. Then
you can adjust your vehicle to a higher speed.
¾ The B*Mobile scooter is limited to one passenger
Do not carry passengers on your vehicle (including children).
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N OT I C E
¾ Do not use this vehicle to carry or haul goods
♦ The maximum weight that can be carried is 350 lbs (158.8kg) including goods.
Refer to section “10-SPECIFICATIONS” page 28 “WEIGHT CAPACITY”
♦ Maximum loading weight for the basket is 11lbs (5kg).
3.2 While Driving
¾ Do not stretch your body out of the vehicle while in motion
♦ Such action may cause you to lose balance or to be injured due to falling.
♦ Pay attention to avoid your clothes being tangled in the wheels.
¾ When crossing train tracks
♦ Before entering the crossing please stop completely. While crossing, make sure that
the vehicle’s wheels do not get stuck in the track.
¾ Do not use your vehicle under the circumstances below.
♦ Roads with heavy traffic, mud, gravel, bumps, snow, or ice. Use caution on roads
that have a canal or waterway without any fences or hedges, or that are too narrow.
These conditions can affect the performance of your vehicle and could lead to an
accident or injury.
♦ Do not drive at night or in rain, snow, or mist. Driving in these conditions may affect
your ability to drive in a safe manner and could lead to an accident or injury
♦ Do not make sharp turns or sudden stops in your vehicle. Sudden turns or driving in
a zigzag motion can result in the tipping of your vehicle and could lead to possible
injury or damage to your vehicle. To avoid accidents, practice making turns to
become familiar with how your vehicle maneuvers.
♦ Your vehicle is not designed to travel up or down stairs or escalators, always use an
elevator.
¾ Mobile phones and other electronic equipment
♦ Do not use a mobile phone or other wireless communication device while driving.
♦ Do not charge your mobile phone or other electric device from your scooters battery
¾ Ramps, inclines and declines
♦ Do not drive onto steep ramps. Refer to section “10-SPECIFICATIONS” on page 28
“SLOPE GRADE ABILITY.”
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SAFETY
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♦ When coming to an inclined road, you should adjust the speed dial to a middle
setting and drive slowly. Maintain a safe speed and avoid any sudden starts or
stops. When going down a decline set the speed dial to a low setting to ensure a safe
and controlled decent. Never put the vehicle in reverse when traveling down a
decline.
♦ Do not cross wide gutters it may cause your wheels to get stuck.
♦ Please slow down when driving on roads with drop offs.
♦ Do not make sudden turns when driving on gravel roads or ramps.
♦ Avoid any terrain or obstacles that make you feel uncomfortable or give you any
doubts that your vehicle will not perform in a safe manner.
♦ Many buildings now have ramps with 180 degree turns, so practice your turning
skills in order to not get caught on railings or obstacles witch could lead to injury.
¾ Maximum User Weight Limit
Refer to section “10-SPECIFICATIONS” on page 28 “WEIGHT CAPACITY.”
Loading over the limitation will lead to the damage or malfunction of your vehicle,
and could lead to injury. The warranty does not cover this type of over-loading
damage.
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4.
EMI
This portion of the owner manual will provide the user with basic information about the
problems with EMI, known sources of EMI, protective measures either to lessen the
possibility of exposure or to minimize the degree of exposure; and this section also
shows some situations where unexpected or erratic movements may occur.
Caution: It is very important that you read this information regarding the possible
effects of electromagnetic interference on your electric Bladez B*Mobile vehicle.
¾ ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE (EMI) FROM RADIO WAVE
SOURCES
Powered vehicles may be susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI), which is
interfering electromagnetic energy (EM) emitted from sources such as radio stations,
TV stations, amateur radio (HAM) transmitters, two-way radios, and cellular phones.
The interference (from radio wave sources) can cause the electric powered vehicle to
release its brakes, move by itself, or move in unintended directions. It can also
permanently damage the electric powered vehicle’s control system. The intensity of
the interfering EM energy can be measured in volts per meter (V/m). Each electric
powered vehicle can resist EMI up to a certain intensity. This is called its “immunity
level”. The higher the immunity level is, the greater the protection is. 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
electric powered vehicle model as shipped, with no further modification, has an
immunity level of 20 V/m without any accessories.
There are a number of sources of relatively intense electromagnetic fields in our
everyday environment. Some of these sources are obvious and easy to avoid. Others
are not as apparent and exposure is unavoidable. However, we believe that by
following the warning listed below, your risk to EMI will be minimized.
The sources of radiated EMI can be broadly classified into three types:
1. Hand-held portable transceivers (transmitter-receivers) with the antenna mounted
directly on the transmitting unit. Examples include: citizens band (CB) radios,
walkie talkies, security, fire, and police transceivers, cellular telephones and other
personal communication devices.
NOTE: some cellular telephones and similar devices transmit signals while they are
ON, even when not being used.
2. Medium-range mobile transceivers, such as those used in police cars, fire trucks,
ambulances and taxis. These usually have the antenna mounted on the outside of the
vehicle.
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3. Long-range transmitters and transceivers, such as commercial broadcast transmitter
(radio and TV broadcast antenna towers) and amateur (HAM) radios.
Note: Other types of hand-held devices, such as cordless phones, laptop computers,
AM/FM radios, TV sets, CD players, and cassette players, and small
appliances, such as electric shavers and hair dryers are not likely to cause EMI
problems to your powered vehicle.
¾ ELECTRIC POWERED VEHICLE ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE
(EMI)
Because EM energy rapidly becomes more intense as you 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 closer to the powered vehicle’s control system while using
these devices. This can affect powered vehicle movement and braking. The
warnings listed below are recommended to prevent possible interference with the
control system of the powered vehicle.
¾ WARNINGS
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) from sources such as radio and TV stations,
amateur radio (HAM) transmitters, two-way radios, and cellular phones can affect
powered vehicles and motorized vehicle. Following the warnings listed below
should reduce the chance of unintended brake release or powered vehicle movement
which could lead to serious injuries.
1. Do not operate hand-held transceivers-receivers, such as citizens band (CB) radios,
or turn ON personal communication devices, such as cellular phones, while the
powered vehicle is turned ON.
2. Be aware of nearby transmitters, such as radio or TV stations, and try to avoid
coming close to them.
3. If unintended movement or brake release occurs, turn the powered vehicle OFF as
soon as it is safe.
4. Be aware that adding accessories, components, or modifying the powered vehicle,
may make it more susceptible to EMI (Note: There is no easy way to evaluate their
effect on the overall immunity of the powered vehicle).
5. Report all incidents of unintended movement or brake release to the powered
vehicle manufacturer, and note whether there is a source of EMI nearby.
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PA RT S I N T RO D U C T I O N
PARTS DESCRIPTION, DK S500
1.Speed Dial
4.Tiller
7. Signal Lamp
10. Arm Rest
13. Cup/Bottle Holder
16. Freewheel Mode Lever
2. Rear Mirror
5. Basket
8. Front bumper
11. Seat
14. Rear Light Package
17. Anti-tip wheels
3. Control Panel
6. Head Lamp
9. Head – Rest
12. Seat Angle Adjust Bar
15. On-board charger
18. Rear Shroud
1.
2.
9.
3.
4.
10.
5.
11.
12.
6.
7.
8.
13.
14.
15.
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17.
18.
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6.
O P E R AT I O N
6.1 OPERATION PANEL
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Speed Dial
Horn Button
Signal Light Switch
Key Hole/Head Light / Rear Light Switch
Speed Control Lever
Battery Condition Meter
Warning light switch
High Speed / Low speed Switch
6.2 HOW TO OPERATE YOUR SCOOTER
¾ Power switch
Turn the key to power ON or OFF
OFF: Power is turned off
ON: Power is turned on
LIGHT: Both power and light are turned on
¾ Speed Dial
Allows the user to set the desired speed
on the vehicle.
¾ Forward, Reverse and Braking
♦ Pull the speed control lever down with your right hand and the vehicle will move
forward.
♦ Pull the speed control lever down with your left hand and the vehicle will move
backward.
♦ Release the speed control lever, the electromagnetic brake in the motor will be
activated and the vehicle will stop.
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6 . O P E R AT I O N
¾ Signal Lamp Switch
♦ The front and rear lights will flash in the
direction of the turn signal indicated by
the user.
← left signal lamp
→ Right signal lamp
♦ Push the turn signals again and they will
turn off.
¾ Horn Button
The warning horn will sound when pressed.
■ Key Hole/ Power Switch/ Light Switch
Turning the key to “ON” will turn on the vehicle. Turning the key to “LIGHT” will
turn on both front and rear light.
[ WARNING
When going down an incline, NEVER set to freewheel mode. The electromagnetic
brake will not activate.
¾ Seat
■ The seat can be turned a full 360 degrees in 90 degree
increments using the rotation lever. (1)
■ Seat height can be adjusted by removing the adjustment
pin (3) and loosening the adjustment knob (4). To access
the pin and adjustment knob remove the battery cover. (2)
■ The seat can slide forwards and backwards. Locate the
adjustment lever on the side of the seat. (5) Lift to
adjust.
■ .The seat can be put in a reclined position by using the lever located on
the side of the seat. (6)
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¾ Battery Condition Meter
♦ When the power switch is turned on, the battery meter
will light up with 5 LED lights indicating the remaining
power of the battery.
All 5 LED lights: full power. 1 LED light with beeper
warning: out of power.
♦ The remaining power indicated by the battery meter
will vary by the driving time and the way the vehicle is
driven. Repeated starting, stopping and climbing will
consume the power more quickly.
L SUGGESTION
1. You are strongly recommended to charge the batteries immediately when the battery
meter shows less than 2 LED lights.
2. After charging or replacing the batteries, drive the scooter for 2-3 minutes to make
sure the batteries hold a charge.
3. In winter, the batteries may respond slower and the traveling distance may be less
than in the summer time.
4. When driving on an incline, the battery indicator may move up and down. This is
normal.
5. Under normal circumstances, it is normal for the capacity of the battery to decay as
time passes which will result in short travel distance compared to a brand new battery.
When you find the travel distance is about 50% of brand new batteries traveling
distance, it is time for replacement batteries. Please go to your Bladez Health
Products Corporation service center for replacement batteries. If you continue to use
the old batteries less travel distance will be expected.
6. Travel distances will be shortened when driving frequently on a slope or ground with
big drops, due to more power consumption.
LSUGGESTION
When driving indoors, or in a busy area, for your own safety, Be sure to set the
switch to “L” which has lower max speed. You are recommended to set the
switch to “H” only in a wide open area.
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6 . O P E R AT I O N
6.3 HOW TO SET FREE-WHEEL MODE
♦ Drive on mode: Push the lever down completely, the vehicle can now be driven by
motor power.
♦ Free-wheel Mode: Lift the lever up completely, the vehicle can now be moved
manually.
Freewheel Mode
Drive–on Mode
¾ Tiller Adjustment
The Tiller can be adjusted between 00 ~800 by following steps.
1. Pull the adjusting lever on the tiller.
2. Adjust the tiller to the desired angle.
3. Let the lever go, and tiller will automatically be fixed at the desired angle.
[ WARNING
♦ Do not set the vehicle in free-wheel mode when driving on an incline or decline.
This could lead to the user being unable to control the speed of the vehicle.
♦ To protect yourself, while you are driving down a steep decline (over 130), the
vehicle will not be driven automatically and electromagnetic brake will activate.
Turn the power off then on again to re-start your vehicle.
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6 . O P E R AT I O N
¾ Starting and Driving
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Make sure the seat is properly installed.
Make sure the tiller has been properly secured.
Make sure the armrest has been returned to the lowest position.
Turn the power switch to “ON.” If necessary, turn on the headlights.
Check the battery meter to see if there is enough power for your trip. If you have any
doubts, please charge the battery before leaving.
6. Set to the proper speed.
7. Be sure the forward / reverse speed lever is in working condition.
8. Make sure the electromagnetic brake is in working condition.
! ATTENTION
1. Do not push both Right Hand & Left Hand side speed levers simultaneously. This
might lead you to be unable to control your vehicle.
2. Do not turn the power switch to OFF while driving. This will lead to an emergency
stop and possible injury.
3. Do not set to the highest speeds while driving indoors.
4. Do not adjust the speed dial while driving, the sudden change of speed may endanger
you and cause the failure of your vehicle.
5. Do not place magnetic devices near the control panel. This could affect the safe
operation of your vehicle.
6. Be careful while driving in heavy traffic or crowded areas.
7. While in reverse, be aware of people or objects around you.
¾ Driving speed
The speed scale is printed on speed dial label, ranging from left (Lowest speed) to right
(Highest speed).
Speed Scale
Left side
Circumstances of Recommend speed
♦ Speed equivalent to walking slowly
♦ Use on an incline or decline
♦ Use while driving indoors or in a narrow space
Between left ♦ Speed equivalent to walking normally
and right
♦ Use while driving outdoors on flat ground
Right side
♦ Speed equivalent to walking quickly
♦ Use while driving in an open space.
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¾ Stopping
1. Release the speed control lever completely. The vehicle will activate the
electromagnetic brake and stop.
2. Turn the power switch to “OFF.” Then pull out the key.
! ATTENTION
♦ The stopping distance will vary with your speed.
♦ While parking your vehicle, be sure to park on flat ground and then turn the power
to “OFF” before you get off.
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7 . C H A RG I N G A N D BAT T E RY
7.1 CHARGING THE BATTERY
Be sure to follow all procedures below
• Turn the power switch to “OFF”.
• Open the charging socket cap in the rear lighting package (Fig
1).
• Connect the charger cord into the power outlet. The length of
cord is limited. DO NOT pull out the cord beyond the yellow
mark otherwise the cord will not be able to roll back itself.
• Charger LED will be light on at the beginning of charging. The
charging duration is 8 hours, but it will vary up to 10 hours,
based on the status of battery and ambient temperature.
• The red LED will change to green color when the charging is
completed (Fig 2).
• Disconnect the cord pull out the cord slightly and let the cord
roll back.
L SUGGESTION
1. Do not disconnect the charger cord if the charging is not completed. The battery life
will be seriously shortened or decayed if the battery is repeatedly used without being
fully charged.
2. The vehicle will indicate a full charge by the charging light turning from red to
green.
3. When finished charging and not in use, the electric power will slowly discharge if the
cord is disconnected.
4. If you do not use your vehicle for long periods of time, it should be charged at least
every three months to keep the battery in good condition.
5. The ambient temperature will affect charging time, and it will be longer in the winter.
! ATTENTION: Please follow the rules below to avoid accidents while charging.
1. Make sure battery voltage is correct.
2. Never disassemble or modify the plug.
3. Please charge in a well ventilated space where it is not directly exposed to sunlight.
Do not charge in a space which it is humid or under rainfall and morning dew.
4. Do not cover the vehicle with any waterproof cloth or other objects while charging.
5. Do not charge the vehicle in temperatures less than 14 degrees F or higher than 122
degrees F, as the charger may not work and the battery may be damaged.
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[ WARNING
1. Keep away from flammable objects while charging. This may lead to fire or explosion
of the batteries.
2. As the batteries may produce hydrogen, do not smoke while charging. Always charge
your batteries in a well-ventilated space.
3. Never connect or disconnect the charger cord with wet hands while charging. Do not
connect or disconnect the charger cord if it is wet, it may lead to an electric shock.
7.2 CHARGING CORD AND PLUG
♦ Never pull out the charging cord beyond the yellow mark.
Otherwise the cord won’t automatically roll back. Please
note pulling out beyond red mark will
damage the cord and charger.
[ WARNING
Please park the vehicle near the electric outlet and slowly pull out the charging cord. If the
charging cord is broken. DO NOT charge the vehicle until a new charging cord is
obtained.
7.3
BATTERY
♦ The batteries used on your vehicle are sealed lead acid batteries, maintenance-free, so
it is not necessary to change or refill the battery liquid.
[ WARNING
Do not open the battery seal cap at any time.
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¾ Cleaning the battery
If the batteries are contaminated by dirty water, battery acid, dust or other factors, the
batteries will discharge quickly. Follow these steps to clean the battery.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Turn the vehicle’s power switch to OFF.
Remove the seat and dust cover.
Remove the shroud and unplug the terminal of the taillight and signal lights.
Use a clean cloth to wipe off the soiled area.
Take out the battery.
Clean the battery with a clean cloth. If the terminal is covered by white powder, clean
it by using warm water.
L SUGGESTION
If necessary, contact your Bladez Health Products Corporation service center for
cleansing and replacement of the batteries.
L SUGGESTION
1. Make sure the terminals are installed properly and replace the cover.
2. Do not use the batteries to charge telecom equipment or other items.
3. Always replace both batteries simultaneously.
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8.1 DAILY CHECKING
¾ Please carry out daily inspections. It is important to complete your daily checklist
before each use to insure your vehicle will operate smoothly and safely.
Check the following items before driving. If you find any thing abnormal, contact your
Bladez Health Products Corporation service center for further inspection before using it.
Item
♦
♦
Speed Control Dial
♦
♦
Speed Control Lever
♦
♦
Motor
♦
Freewheel Mode
♦
♦
Battery Condition meter
♦
Horn
♦
Turn signal
♦
Headlight
♦
Taillight
♦
Seat
♦
Rearview Mirror
♦
♦
Tires
♦
♦
♦
Other
♦
Handle bar
Inspection Content
Are they loose?
Can they be turned left, and right smoothly?
Can it be adjusted freely and function properly?
Does the scooter move when the lever is pressed down?
Does the scooter stop if the lever is released?
Are there any abnormal noises from the motor?
Does the electromagnetic brake work properly?
Does the freewheel mode lever work properly?
Is the light on when power is switched on?
Is the remaining power enough for your trip?
Does the horn work properly?
Does the turn signal work properly?
Does the headlight work properly?
Do the taillights work properly?
Can the seat be turned and adjusted smoothly?
Are they adjusted properly or broken?
Are there any cracks or other damage to the tires?
Are the tire properly inflated?
Check the tires tread depth.
Are there any abnormal noises?
Is there an oil leakage from transmission box?
! ATTENTION
Contact Bladez Health Products Corporation service center for inspection and
maintenance if you find anything wrong.
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8.2 REGULAR CHECKING RECORD
To make sure your vehicle remains in good condition, go to B Mobile service center
regularly for maintenance and record it accordingly every six months after
purchasing. (Fee Required)
L SUGGESTION
Even if you don’t use the vehicle for a long time, the scooter should still be
maintained regularly.
I – Inspection
C – Clean
Item \ Period
A-Adjustment
L - Add Oil
R-Repair
RP- Replacement
1
mo
Forward/Reverse of speed lever
Operate
The function of switches
Panel
Connection of Socket / Plug is good?
Operation and Noise
Motor Function of Electromagnetic Brakes
Connection of Socket / Plug is good
Transmi Freewheel mode lever
-ssion Any oil leakage from transmission box
Looseness or corrosion on terminals
Battery Connection of Socket / Plug is good?
Any broken on electrical cord
Charging function and LED light
Charger
Any broken on Socket / Plug / Cord
Angle adjustment bar
Seat
Seat post looseness
Right /Left Turn of tiller
Tiller
Adjustment of Tiller angle
Crack or damage of tire surface
Tread depth enough or not
Tire
Abnormal wearing
Tire Pressure
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6
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12
mo
T - Tightening
18
mo
24
mo
30
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1
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Item \ Period
6
mo
12
mo
18
mo
24
mo
30
mo
Wheel
Rim
Tightness of bolts and nuts
Wear or deformation around tires
Shock Tightness of bolts and nuts
Absorber Damage to shock absorbers
Checked By
Inspector
Date Checked
8.3 FUSE AND TIRE
¾ Fuse
There are two fuses on your vehicle. One is located inside the handle bar cover; the
other is near the battery. If the power switch is turned to “ON”, and the battery
condition meter is not lit, check the fuse.
L SUGGESTION
Contact your B Mobile service center for inspecting or replacing the fuse, since the
tiller shroud has to be removed first for replacement of fuse.
¾ Tires
The condition of the tires depends on how you drive and use your vehicle.
♦ When tread depth is below 0.5mm, it can easily lead to scooter slippage, making
braking distances longer. Replace the tires as earlier as possible.
♦ The tire pressure shall be kept at about 60 PSI (approx. 4.2KG/㎝) for the best travel
range and usage.
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8.4 MAINTENANCE
♦ You must maintain the scooter frequently if you constantly drive on grass, sand, or
gravel road.
♦ Do not use water, oil or other chemical solution to clean your scooter. DO NOT
spray the vehicle with water in order to prevent damaging the electronic components
and PC circuit board. Please clean the vehicle by wiping it with either dry or moist
cloth.
♦ Please take the vehicle to an authorized B Mobile service center for repairs and
adjustments. Improper adjustments could lead to accidents and vehicle malfunction.
♦ Please use soft and dry cloths to keep your scooter tidy. Please use moderate or mild
detergent to clean the vehicle.
! ATTENTION
When conducting the maintenance of your vehicle, please turn the power switch
OFF and remove the charger cords.
LSUGGESTION
♦ Do not use gasoline, solvents or vaporizing solution, as they may deform or damage
the shroud.
♦ Do not use wax.
8.5 STORAGE
Make sure the vehicle is stored under the following circumstances:
♦ Make sure the seat is set in the “Forward”position
♦ Make sure the Power switch is turned to “OFF”.
L SUGGESTION
Please store the vehicle in a location where is out of direct sunlight, rain, or dew.
When stored for a long time, please charge the battery to the full power and then
disconnect the battery terminal. For any details, inquire at your Bladez Health
Products Corporation service center.
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9 . T RO U B L E S H O OT I N G
■ When you have trouble with your vehicle
♦ You can inspect the following before taking your vehicle to the Bladez Health
Products Corporation service center.
¾ Vehicle Turns On But Does Not Move
♦ May still be in freewheel mode
♦ Make sure lever is completely pushed down to disengaged freewheel mode, then
turn off the vehicle and turn it back on.
♦ This problem is indicated by the light blinking 5 times.
¾ Vehicle Moves Very Slowly
♦ You might be exceeding the weight limit of the vehicle, refer to “maximum
weight limit” for weight specifications.
♦ Your vehicle battery might be low. Check the battery meter on front of vehicle and
charge if needed.
♦ Also check for obstructions on or around the vehicle or in your pathway.
♦ Check high/low and adjustable speed dial.
¾ Vehicle Has No Power
♦ Check the fuses which are located in the handlebar cover and near the battery
♦ Check the battery connection by removing the rear shroud, also inspect the wires
to see if they have been pinched or frayed.
♦ If vehicle hasn’t been charged regularly, the battery may be completely discharged.
Charge the vehicle and check again.
■ If you cannot solve the problem by yourself, contact your Bladez Health Products
Corporation service center for help.
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9 . T RO U B L E S H O OT I N G
DC Status
Indicator
Flash Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Fault
Description
Impact on
Controller
Notes
Battery needs Reduced drive is The battery voltage has dropped
recharging
available
below 23.3 volts in neutral. Recharge
batteries.
Battery voltage Drive Inhibited
The battery charge has dropped past
too low
16.5 volts and is not sufficient to
allow safe driving.
Battery voltage Drive inhibited. The battery charge has exceeded 32
too high
If the scooter is volts. Check the battery conditions
traveling, a soft and the connections.
stop occurs.
Current limit Drive inhibited
The motor current has reached too
time out
high a value. Check the condition of
the motor and loom(s).
Contact your service agent
Freewheel
Drive inhibited
Check brake connections. Check the
engaged
condition of the motor and the
loom(s).
Contact your service agent.
Speed control Drive inhibited
Return speed to neutral and reset
out of neutral
system. Readjust the speed lever
neutral if necessary.
Speed control Drive inhibited
Check speed wiring for open or short
fault
circuits. Check speed set-up.
Contact your service agent.
Motor fault
Drive inhibited
Contact your service agent
Internal
controller fault
Drive inhibited
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Contact your service agent
1 0 . S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
DK S500
Model Name
B*Mobile – Ambassador
Packing Size
62.4"×26.6"×28.0" (1585mmx675mmx710mm)
Overall Height (without seat)
37” (939.8 mm)
Overall Length
47” (1193.8 mm)
Overall Width
25” (635.0 mm)
Motor Output
DC 24V
500W
Battery
12V×50AH×2PCs
Charger
HP 24V 3AMP (Automatic Type) on-board
Front Wheel
3.3”×10.2” (pneumatic tire) × 2 PCs
Rear Wheel
3.3”×10.2” (pneumatic tire) × 2 PCs
Break System
Intelligent regenerative electromagnetic brake
Net Weight (with battery)
189.6 lbs (86kg)
Net Weight (without battery)
118.6 lbs (53.6 kg)
Maximum Loading
350 lbs (158.8kg)
Slope Grade Ability
13 degree
Continuous Traveling Distance
28.0 miles (50km)
Maximum Speed
6.2mph
Controller
Rhino 70AH
Turning Radius
43.3” (1099.82 mm)
Maximum Ground Clearance
2.8” (70 mm)
Front Suspension
Yes
Rear Suspension
Yes
Remark -- The manufacturer reserves the right to modify the specifications if needed. The
final specifications are subject to any change when you purchase the vehicle from your B
mobile dealer.
Maximum driving distance is based on the conditions of the ambient temperature, a 150
lbs driver and brand-new fully charged battery by a constant driving speed at 3.7 mph
with 70% of battery power being discharged.
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11. WARRANTY
11.1 VSN (VEHICLE SERIAL NUMBER)
To ensure after-sale service and warranty service, please fill in the vehicle serial number
that is stuck on the back right hand side of the frame.
Model
VSN #
DKS500
11.2 WARRANTY POLICY
11.2.1 Contents and Duration of Warranty
¾ Contents of Warranty
1. For one year from the date of purchase, Bladez Health Products Corp. will replace
at our option free of charge any part or electronic component found to be defective
due to workmanship and/or material upon the examination by a certified Bladez
Health Products Corp. service center.
2. The warranty can be performed by an authorized Bladez Health Products
Corporation service center only.
3. Transportation, repair, or replacement costs will be the purchaser’s responsibility.
4. Replaced parts will be the properties of Bladez Health Product Corp. Do not return
faulty pasts to Bladez Health Products Corporation without prior consent.
NOTE: Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty
lasts or does not allow the exclusion of limitations of incidental or consequential
damages.
¾ Warranty duration and parts covered by the warranty
Parts and labor
General Items
Battery
1 year from the date of purchase
1 year from the date of purchase
Warranty by the battery manufacturer.
The battery is not warranted by Bladez Health Products Corp.
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11. WARRANTY
11.2.2 Items Not Covered By Warranty
¾ Items listed below
1. Consumable parts such as brake shoes or pads, clutch shoes and lining, bulbs,
fuses, upholstery and seating, brake cable, oil seal packing and gasket, screws
and washers, lubricant oil and grease, carbon brush inside motor, battery liquid,
footrest, and carpet etc.
2. The sensation which does not affect the quality and function of the vehicle, such
as noise or vibration.
3. Wear and tear resulting from usage as well as circumstances resulting from the
lapse of time. (Natural aging and deterioration of paint, electroplating, plastic
parts, etc)
4. Damage due to lack of maintenance or use of improper operation or storage.
5. Fees for procedural inspections, adjustments, adding oil, cleaning, and other
maintenance.
6. Fees for the regular inspections and maintenance.
7. Any fees incurred as a result of the warranty repair, loses or compensation
because of the inability to use the electric vehicle (telephone use, shipping, car
rental, travel fees, etc)
¾ Problems caused by the following reasons are not covered:
1. Failure to carry out the regular inspection and maintenance recommended by
this owner’s manual.
2. Improper storage.
3. Tampering by changing or adding components to the vehicle which is not
approved by Bladez Health Products Corp.
4. Damage caused by not using Bladez Health Products Corp. genuine parts or any
parts not recommended by Bladez Health Products Corp.
5. Abuse or misuse of the vehicle such as driving over curbs or overloading with
passengers or goods.
6. Driving in places that the vehicle should not normally be driven or used.
7. Damage or surface corrosion from environment such as airborne fallout
(chemicals, tree sap, etc.) stones, hail, windstorm, lighting, flood, etc.
11.2.3
1.
2.
3.
4.
The responsibility of user
Proper use of the vehicle in accordance with this Owner’s Manual.
The carry out of daily inspections
The carry out of the regular maintenance set by this company.
Keep a record of vehicle inspections and maintenance in this Owner’s Manual.
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11. WARRANTY
11.2.4 Warranty effectiveness
The product registration car must be completely filled out and stamped by the B
mobile dealer where it was purchased.
11.2.5 Warranty rights are non-Transferable
Bladez Health Products Corp. warranty is non-Transferable. The warranty will only be
honored by the original purchaser only.
NOTE: Implied warranties, including those of merchantability and fitness for a
particular purpose, are limited to one year from the original date of purchase and to
the extent permitted by law. Any and all implied warranties are excluded. This is the
exclusion remedy. Liabilities for consequential damages under any and all
warranties are excluded.
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