USER MANUAL S19 Brio

USER MANUAL S19 Brio
USER
MANUAL
S19 Brio
Bluesky Mobility Pty Ltd
46 Surrey Road, Keswick, South Australia
Visit www.blueskymobility.com.au for contact details
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CONTENTS
1. SAFETY INSTRUCTION…………………………………...……………................................…3
2. ELECTOMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE(EMI)…………….…………………………………7
3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION…….…….………………..……………….…………………..9
4. ADJUSTMENT…………………………………………………………………………..………10
5. OPERATION OF CONTROL PANEL…………………………………..……………………..12
6. BATTERYA AND CHARGING INSTRUDCTION….………..……………………….…..…16
7. MAINTENANCE & REPAIR…..……………….………...………………….………..……..…22
8. TROUBLESHOOTING & FAULT REPAIR……….………..…………………………………24
9. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM…….………..…….……..………………………..………………………25
10. BOM LIST DRAWING………………............…………………….………….…………………28
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SAFETY INSTRUCTION
 General
Always use a seat belt, and keep your feet on the scooter Never operate the scooter while you are under the
all the time.
influence of alcohol.
Never use electronic radio transmitters such as
Make sure that there are no obstacles behind you while
walkie-talkies, or cellular phones.
reserving your scooter.
Do not make a sharp turn or a sudden stop while riding
Do not rider your scooter in traffic.
your scooter.
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Do not attempt to climb curbs greater than limitation
Do not leave your hands and legs off the scooter when
show on Technical Specification
driving.
Do not rider your scooter during snow in order to avoid
Do not allow unsupervised children to play near this
accident on slippery road.
equipment while the batteries are charging.
 Warning – Don’t operate your scooter for the first time without completely reading and
understanding this user manual.
1.
Don’t operate scooter on public streets and roadways. Be aware that it may be difficult for traffic to see
you when you are seated on the scooter. Obey all local pedestrian traffic rules. Wait until your path is clear
of traffic, and then proceed with extreme cautions.
2.
To prevent injury to yourself or others, always ensure that the power is switched off when getting on or
off of the scooter.
3.
Always check that the drive wheels are engaged (drive mode) before driving. Do not switch off the power
when the scooter is still moving forward. This will bring the chair to an extremely abrupt stop.
4.
Do not use this product or any available optional equipment without first completely reading and
understanding these instructions. If you are unable to understand the warnings, cautions or instructions,
contact a healthcare professional, the dealers or technical supports before attempting to use this equipment,
otherwise, injury or damage may occur.
5.
There are certain situations, including some medical conditions, where the scooter user will need to
practice operating the scooter in the presence of a trained attendant. A trained attendant can be defined as
a family member or care professional especially trained in assisting a scooter user in various daily living
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activities. Consult with your physician if you are taking any medication that may affect your ability to
operate your scooter safely.
6.
Do not attempt to lift or move a power scooter by any of its removable parts including the armrests, seats
or shrouds. Personal injury and damage to the power chair may result.
7.
Never try to use your scooter beyond its limitations as described in this manual.
8.
Please do not sit on your scooter while it is in a moving vehicle.
9.
Keep your hands away from the wheels (tires) while driving scooters. Be aware that loose fitting clothing
can become caught in the drive tires.
10. Consult your physician if you are taking prescribed medication or if you have any certain physical
limitations. Some medications and limitations may impair your ability to operate scooters in a safe
manner.
11. Be aware when the drive mode is unlocked or locked.
12. Don’t remove anti-tipper if there is any-tipper equipped with the scooter.
13. Contact with tools can cause electrical shock and do not connect an extension cord to the AC/DC
converter or the battery charger.
14. Do not attempt to lift or move your scooter by any of its removal parts, such as the armrests, seats, or
shroud.
15. When climbing an incline, don’t drive at an angle up the face of the incline. Drive your scooter straight up
the incline. This greatly reduces the possibility of a tip or a fall.
16. Don’t climb a slope steeper than the scooter’s limitation.
17. Don’t attempt to have your scooter proceed backward down any step, curb or other obstacle. This may
cause the scooter to fall or tip.
18. Always reduce your speed and maintain a stable center of gravity when cornering sharply. Don’t corner
sharply when driving scooters at higher speeds.
19. Operating in rain, snow, salt, mist conditions and on icy or slippery surfaces may have an adverse affect
on the electrical system.
20. Never sit on your scooter when it is being used in connection with any type of lift or elevation product.
Your scooter is not designed with such use in mind and any damage or injury incurred from such use is
not the responsibility of Heartway.
21. Surfaces of the power scooter that can come into direct contact with the occupant’s skin and/or assistant’s
skin during normal use and that are within occupant reach shall not exceed 41 °C. The motor surface can
reach temperatures greater than 41°C after driving. Do not touch these parts when disassembling the
scooter or wait until the motor is cooled down.
22. The programming of the controller shall only be carried out by personnel, which is authorized by his
manufacturer. A wrong programming can result in safety hazards for the occupant!
23. If the power scooter is switched off while driving on the horizontal at maximum speed at 7 km/h, it will
come to a stop with the maximum stopping distance of 1.2 m. Please consider this distance when driving.
24. Drive-wheel needs to be switched to engaged-mode while transporting the power scooter with a car or
airplane.
25.
Surface temperatures can increase when exposed to external sources of heat.
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 Modifications
Heartway Medical Product has designed and engineered power scooters to provide maximum utility. However,
under no circumstances should you modify, add, remove, or disable any part or function of your power scooter.
Personal injury and damage to the power chair may result.
1. Do not modify your power scooter in any way not authorized by Heartway. Do not use accessories if they
have not been tested or approved for Heartway products.
2. Get to know the feel of your power scooter and its capabilities. Heartway recommends that you perform a
safety check before each use to make sure your scooter operates safely.
 Inspections prior to using your power scooter:
1. If equipped with pneumatic tires, please check for proper tire inflations.
2. Please check all electrical connections and make sure they are tight and not corroded.
3. Please check all harness connections and make sure they are secured properly.
4. Please check the brakes.
 Weight limitation.
1. Please refer to the specifications table for weight capacity information. Power scooter is rated for a
maximum weight capacity.
2. Stay within the specified weight capacity for your scooter. Exceeding the weight capacity voids your
warranty. Heartway will not be held responsible for injuries or property damage resulting from failure to
observe weight limitations.
3. Don’t carry passengers on scooters. Carrying passengers on scooter may affect the center of gravity,
resulting in a tip or a fall.
 Tire inflation
1.
If your scooter is equipped with pneumatic tires, it is necessary to check the air pressure at least one time a
week.
2.
Proper inflation pressures will prolong the life your tires and ensure the smooth operation while riding.
3.
Do not under-inflate or over-inflate your tires. It is critically important that 30-25 psi (2-2.4bar) tire
pressure be maintained in pneumatic tires at all times.
4.
Inflating your tires from an unregulated air source could over-inflate them, resulting in a burs tire.
 Temperature
1. Some of the parts of the power scooter are susceptible to change in temperature. The controller can only
operate in temperature that ranges between -25°C ~ 50°C.
2.
At extreme low temperatures, the batteries may freeze, and your power scooter may not be able to operate.
In extreme high temperatures, it may operate at slower speeds due to a safety feature of the controller that
prevents damage to the motors and other electrical components.
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ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE (EMI)
The rapid development of electronics, especially in the area of communications, has saturated our environment
with electromagnetic (EM) radio waves that are emitted by television, radio and communication signals. These
EM wave are invisible and their strength increases as one approach the source. All electrical conductors act as
antennas to the EM signals and, to varying degrees, all power wheelchairs and scooters are susceptible to
electromagnetic interference (EMI). The interference could result in abnormal, unintentional movement and/or
erratic control of the vehicle. The United States Food and drug Administration (FDA) suggests that the
following statement be incorporated to the user’s manual for all power scooter like the S19. Power scooters
may as susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI), which is interfering electromagnetic energy emitted
from sources such as radio stations, TV stations, amateur radio (HAN) transmitter, two-way radios, cellular
phones and alarm systems of shops. The interference (from radio wave sources) can cause the power scooter to
release its brakes, move by itself or move in unintended directions. It can also permanently damage the
powered scooter’s control system. The intensity of the EM energy can be measured in volts per meter
(V/m).Each powered scooter can resist EMI up to a certain intensity. This is called “immunity level”. The
higher the immunity level the greater the protection. At this time, current technology is capable of providing at
least 20 V/m of immunity level, which would provide useful protection against common sources of radiated
EMI.
Following the warnings listed below should reduce the chance of unintended brake release or powered scooter
movement that could result in serious injury:
1.
Do not turn on hand-held personal communication devices such as citizens band (CB) radios and cellular
phones while the powered scooter 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 scooter off as soon as it is safe.
4.
Be aware that adding accessories or components, or modifying the powered scooter, may make it more
susceptible to interference from radio wave sources (Note: It is difficult to evaluate the effect on the
overall immunity of the powered scooter).
5.
Report all incidents of unintended movement or brake release to the powered scooter manufacturer, and
note whether there is a radio wave source nearby.
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TURN OFF YOUR POWERED SCOOTER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE WHEN EXPERIENCING THE
FOLLOWING:
 Unintentional scooter movements
 Unintended or uncontrollable direction.
 Unexpected brake release
The FDA has written to the manufacturers of power scooters asking them to test new products to be sure they
provide a reasonable degree of immunity against EMI. The FDA requires that a powered wheelchair should
have an immunity level at least 20 V/m, which provides a reasonable degree of protection against more
common sources of EMI. The higher the immunity level the greater the protection. Your powered scooter has
an immunity level of 20 V/m which should protect against common sources of EMI. Warning: The scooter
itself can disturb the performance of the electromagnetic fields such as emitted by alarm systems of shops.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
S19
DRIVE WHEEL
200mmx50mm(8"x2")
WEIGHT CAPACITY
SEAT: TYPE/SIZE
FRONT CASTER (WHEEL)
REAR CASTER (ANTI-TIPPER)
MAX SPEED
BATTERY SPECIFICATIONS
BATTERY RANGE
CHARGER TYPE
CONTROLLER TYPE
MOTOR TYPE
WEIGHT: W/ BATTERY
WEIGHT: W/O BATTERY
TURNING RADIUS
SUSPENSION
LENGTH
WIDTH
HEIGHT
Folded Size
SEAT DEPTH
BACK HEIGHT
WHEEL BASE
GROUND CLEARANCE
Maximum Safe Slope
LEG ROOM
115kgs(250 lbs)
16" Fish-on
180mmx40mm(7"x1.6")
Option
4MPH (6.5KP/H)
Li-Battery: 24V 11.5Ah Li-Polymer (14.5 option)
Lead-Acid: 12V 12AH X 2
20km
2.5Amp,110/240 Volt,Li-ION Charger (4Amp option)
S-DRIVE 45Amp (S-DRIVE 70Amp option)
4-Pole 270W
27.3kgs(60 lbs)
24kgs(53 lbs)
820mm
Front Suspension
930mm
485mm
945mm
750mm*485mm*450mm
330mm
360mm
695mm
60mm
6 Degree
420mm
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ADJUSTMENT
It is very easy to assemble your S19 scooter. Please follow the procedure below.
S19 power scooter has aluminum alloy body and can be easily folded to fit in the car for transportation. It also
has easy to use controls and adjustable tiller positioning.
 Distinctive stylish lightweight scooter.
 Easy to use controls.
 Adjustable tiller positioning.
 Easy to remove the battery pack.
 Dismantles for transporting in a car.
See the following four steps to fold the scooter
Pull the red bar
Unfold the chair
Pull down the tiller to fold the scooter.
Push the tiller softly until the tiller locks.
Completed
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How to Un-Fold the Scooter
• Lean the folded scooter on the floor resting on the rear wheel
• Pull the red lever on the side of the scooter and begin unfolding it from the tiller.
• Make sure to open the tiller until the two front wheels touch the ground and you hear a click
indicating sound that the scooter is locked in the pen position.
• Unfold the scooter backrest. Make sure the free-wheel lever is in the engaged position.
• Sit on the scooter and adjust your desired height making sure the adjustment knob is locked
into position.
• Insert the key and turn it to power the scooter.
• Begin using your scooter and enjoy your ride!
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OPERATION OF CONTROL PANEL
The power scooter is simple to operate. However, we recommend that you read carefully the following
instructions to become familiarized with your new vehicle.
A Word of Caution:
Before you turn the power on, always be aware of the environment that surrounds you to select your desired
speed. For indoor environments we recommend that you select the slowest speed setting. For outdoor operation
of this vehicle we recommend that you select a speed that is comfortable for you to control it safely.
The following steps are required to operate your vehicle safely with the controller.
Power ON/OFF Light
Key
Battery Indicator
Horn Button
High/Low Speed Adjustment
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Button functions
1. Battery Indicator: When your scooter is switched on, the needle on the meter will move across the scale
from the left 'red' sector towards the 'green' sector, indicating the state of charge in your batteries. As the
power is used up in your batteries, the needle will slowly towards the 'red' sector indicating the state of
charge at that precise time. When the needle is fully over to the right, the batteries are fully charged. When
the needle falls towards the red sector, your batteries are losing power, but you will still have power to
spare. When the needle falls into the red sector, your batteries are low in power and need to be recharged. It
is wise to recharge your batteries when the needle enters the red zone (see Batteries and Battery Charging
section of this manual).
2. High/Low Speed Adjustment: This allows you to pre-select your desired speed. The adjuster is
proportional to speed and can be set anywhere between minimum and maximum. Turn the adjuster knob
counter-clockwise to minimum for a very gentle operation, and clockwise towards maximum to increase
your speed.
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3. Power ON/OFF Light: The light will turn on if you insert the key. The light will turn off if you take out the
key.
4. Horn button: Press this button to sound the horn.( Easy operation for left hand or right hand)
Driving:
A) Controller ON/OFF Switch
Insert the key to power on the scooter (Remove the key to power off). Swing the finger lever control forward
or backward to control the driving direction of the scooter (The finger lever control is located at both sides of
the controller and the returning of the finger lever control to its neutral position,(center), will reduce the
speed and stop the vehicle by automatically applying the electro-magnetic brakes.
Finger Lever Control/Maximum Force Applied on Lever is 4N
B) Speed Control
Turn the adjuster knob clockwise towards maximum to increase your speed, and counter-clockwise toward
minimum to slow down your speed.
C) Finger Lever Control
The finger lever control can also control the speed of your vehicle. The deeper you press on the finger lever
(forward / backward), the faster the vehicle will go.
Notes:
 After inserting the key into controller ON/OFF port, the light of power ON/OFF will turn on for a few
seconds during self-checking process.
 When the vehicle is in operation, the surface of the charger will become slightly warm.
 In case of emergency, let go of the finger lever control and the vehicle will come to a stop.
Control Panel Display
1. The control panel display is a multifunction visual display. It can provide a lot of information of the vehicle.
When the needle falls into the red sector, your batteries are low on power and need to be recharged. It is
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wise to recharge your batteries when the needle enters the red zone. The remaining battery needle only goes
lower when using the battery, regardless the battery voltage. The remaining battery meter needle goes
higher only when recharging battery in progress.
2. System will power off when the battery voltage is lower than 21.0V.
3. System will be automatically power-off when the vehicle is not in use over 30 minutes. You need to remove
the key and insert the key to restart the scooter.
Free-Wheeling:
1. The motors are designed to engage the electromagnetic brakes when the vehicle is not in use or when the
power is OFF. They also have a manual feature that allows them to “free-wheel” so the scooter can be
moved without turning it on. Free-wheeling is accomplished by adjusting the free-wheeling levers to the
free-wheeling position.
2. Engaging in freewheel mode will have the function as parking brake.
Free- Wheeling Lever/ Maximum required hand-arm force on the
lever is 19 N for engaging and 35 N for disengaging
Warning !
 Never free-wheel your power scooter on a slope.
 Never free-wheel the motors while operating your vehicle.
 Always remember to engage the motors before turning the power ON.
Electromagnetic Brakes:
Your power scooter comes with Electromagnetic Brakes., i.e. an automatic magnetic disc safety brake which is
also known as Fail-Safe brake. The electro-magnetic Brakes are automatic and work when the power scooter is
ON but in a steady state (i.e. Wigwag is released to the neutral position), even when the scooter is on a slope.
The Electromagnetic Brakes will also be set whenever the power scooter is OFF, but the motor levers are in the
engaged (vertical) position.
Parking brake:
There is an automatic parking brake function included in the electromagnetic brake. The scooter will stop when
the motor is engaged and the power switch is off or when the power switch is on and the wigwag is in the
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neutral position. If the scooter is in the free wheel mode (motor is disengaged), you can use the manual parking
brake function by moving the engaging/disengaging lever back into the engaged position by an attendant.
Thermal Protection:
Your power scooter controller is equipped with a safety system called thermal rollback. A built-in circuit
monitors the temperature of the controller and motor. In case of excessive heat of the controller and motor, the
controller will cut-off the power to allow the electrical components to cool down. Although your power scooter
will resume its normal speed when the temperature returns to a safe level, we recommend to wait for 5 minutes
before restarting to allow the components to cool down.
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BATTERY & CHARGING INSTRUCTION
Battery Specification (Lithium Battery)
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RT-705-1W Li-Ion Battery Module User’s Manual
For your safety and proper use of battery module, carefully read user’s manual and safety instructions before
using battery module.
Due to transportation laws, DoD (Depth of Discharge) of Li-Ion battery module must be under 50%. Before using
battery module for the first time, one must fully charged battery module using dedicated charger.
RT-705-1W Battery Module Specification:
1. Nominal voltage: DC 24V.
2. Nominal capacity: 11.5Ah.
3. Operation voltage range: DC18.9V~29.4V.
4. Maximum discharge current:30A.
5. Dimension: 191mm (L) x 78mm (W) x 114mm (H).
6. Weight (approx.): Max 2kg.
7. Operation ambient: -20℃ ~ +65℃.
RT-705-1W Battery Module Accessories:
1. Charger x1
Model: HP-1202B
Specification: Input: 100-240Vac; Output: 29.4V2A
2. Power Cord x1
Specification: 1.8m USA power cord.
3. User’s Manual x1
RT-705-1W Battery Module Certification:
1. RT-705-1W battery module has obtained UN38.3 certification.
Instructions of using RT-705-1W Battery Module:
1. Connector specifications:
1. Output connector: Sun Shen 3+0pin, DC power connector.
2. Charge connector: 110-Type 3pin, DC charge connector.
.
Caution: Do not modify connector terminals and/or wires, any changes might cause failure of battery module or
battery chargers.
Caution: Do not short the terminals and/or wires with other objects, especially metals.
2. Charging RT-705-1W battery module:
1. The RT-705-1W battery module can only be charged using dedicated charger provided, HP-1202B. Do not
charged battery with any other chargers.
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The charging time for a fully discharged battery module is about 5-6 hours (using 29.4V/2A charger).
2. Before using battery module for the first time, fully charged battery module with the charger.
3. Before charging the battery, plug AC power cord to the main electricity. The LED indicator should display RED
light. Connect the output supply of the charger to the charging dock; the charging process will start automatically.
The LED indicator should display ORANGE light. When charging process is finished, the LED indicator should
display GREEN light for a fully charged battery module.
Caution: Do not charge a fully charged battery module over 24 hours.
3. Using the RT-705-1W battery module:
1. RT-705-1W battery module is designed for power wheel use only. Do not use battery module on any other
equipment or beyond specification.
2. Before using the module, please firmly fasten the module to the power wheel in the proper direction and make
sure the connectors and plugs are firmly locked in the correct direction.
3. When not riding, turn off main power switch of the power wheel for your safety and can also lengthen the life
of the battery module.
Caution: When not using battery for an extended period, remove it from the power wheel, fully charged, and
store in a place with low humidity and low temperature.
Recommend storage condition: below 30℃
! Danger
1. Do not disassemble or modify battery module.
2. Do not short circuit the (+) and (-) terminals with any other metals.
3. Do not place battery in a device with the (+) and (-) in the wrong way around.
4. Do not put battery module in bags or together with metal objects such as necklaces, hairpins, coins, or screws.
Do not store batteries with such objects.
5. Do not use, leave battery module to fire or inside of a car where
temperature may be above 60℃. Also do not charge / discharge in such conditions
6. Do not heat or throw old, failure battery module into a fire. Please send back to local distributer for recycling.
7. Do not hit with a hammer (or any solid objects), step on, throw or drop to cause strong shock. Strong shock
could damage battery cells and battery management system.
8. Do not immerse, throw, and wet battery module in water/ seawater.
9. When charging the battery module, use dedicated chargers and follow the specified conditions
10. Use battery module only in the specified equipment.
11. For your own safety, before disassembling battery module from e-scooters, do turn off main power switch on
the battery module.
During use, charge, or storage
12. Stop charging the battery if charging is not completed within the specified time.
13. Stop using the battery if abnormal heat, odor, discoloration, deformation or abnormal condition is detected.
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! Caution
1. Store battery modules out of reach of children under 8 years old.
2. If younger children use the battery module, their guardians should explain the proper handling.
3. Before using battery module, be sure to read the user’s manual and cautions on handling thoroughly.
4. Thoroughly read the user’s manual of the charger before charging the battery.
5. For information on installing and removing from equipment, thoroughly read the user’s manual for the specific
equipment.
6. Batteries have life cycles. If the time that the battery powers equipment becomes much shorter than usual, the
battery life is at an end. Replace the battery with a new one.
7. Remove a battery whose life cycle has expired from equipment immediately.
8. When not using battery for an extended period, remove it from the scooter, fully charged, switch off main
power, and store in a place with low humidity and low temperature.
9. While the battery is charged, used and stored, keep it away from objects or materials with static electric
charges.
10. If the terminals of the battery become dirty, wipe with a dry clothe before using the battery.
11. Battery module can be used within the following temperature ranges.
Do not exceed these ranges.
1. Charge temperature range : 0℃ to 45℃
2. Discharge temperature range : -20℃ to 65℃
(When using equipment)
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Lead-Acid Battery
We recommend that you use deep-cycle batteries that are sealed and maintenance free for your power scooter.
Both sealed lead-acid (SLA) and gel cell are deep-cycle batteries and are similar in performance. Deep-cycle
batteries are specifically designed to provide power, drain down, and then accept a relatively quick recharge.
Lead-acid batteries should be charged as often as possible.
Specification of the battery that we recommend for S19 is
Type:
Deep –cycle sealed lead-acid or gel cell
Size:
12AH
Voltage:
12V each
Amp Hours:
12 amp hours
Depending on the use, terrain and driving conditions, the batteries will provide a range of 13 km of travel.
However, even if the power scooter is not in use, we recommend that the batteries are charged periodically.
Note: Do not use any automotive batteries. They are not designed to handle a long, deep discharge and also are
unsafe for use in power scooter. The useful life of a battery is quite often a reflection of the care it receives.
BATTERY CHARGER
The battery charger takes the standard wall outlet voltage (alternating current) and converts it into DC voltage
(direct current).The batteries use direct current to run your power scooter. When the batteries are fully charged,
the amperage from the charger is almost at zero. This is how the charger maintains a charge but does not
overcharge the battery.
Note 1: The batteries cannot be charged if they were discharged to nearly zero voltage.
Note 2: The powered scooter meet the requirement of ISO 7176-14:2008 and ISO 7176-21:2003.
Note 3: Only use the battery charger type 4C24050A which was provided by the scooter supplier. The use of
any different type of charger can be hazardous and need the approval of the manufacturer.
CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS
To recharge the batteries, follow the steps below:
 Place your power scooter close to a standard electrical wall outlet.
 Remove your key to turn the power OFF
 Slide the charger port door open.
 Plug the XLR connector of the charger to the charger port.
 Plug the other end of power cord into a standard wall outlet.
 When charging is completed, battery capacity indicator is shown.
 Disconnect the charger power cord from the wall outlet when the batteries are fully charged.
Recharge battery only when the key is in off position. When indicator is in low status, this confirms the battery
needs recharging.
Note:
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 Always charge your batteries in well ventilated areas.
 The charger is intended for indoor use only. Protect from moisture.
 For maximum performance, it is recommended that you replace both batteries at the same time if the
batteries are weak.
 If the vehicle will not be used for a long period of time, arrange to have the batteries recharged at least once
every month to avoid deterioration of the batteries.
According to the battery type and condition of the batteries, they usually can be fully charged in 4-10 hours.
This will be indicated when the status light in the battery charger side panel turns green. Charging the battery
longer than necessary will not harm the battery. We recommend that you charge the batteries for 8 to 10 hours
after daily use.
BATTERY INDICATOR
A battery indicator is to provide information about the travelling range remaining.
Indicator
Travelling Range Remaining
Full
13 km Traveling Range Remaining
Green Area
7~13 km Travelling Range Remaining
Yellow Area
4~7 km Travelling Range Remaining
Red Area
1~4 km Travelling Range Remaining
End
0 Kilometer
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MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
Your power scooter is designed for minimal maintenance. However, like any motorized vehicle it requires
routine maintenance. To keep your S19 for years of trouble-free operation, we recommend you follow the
following maintenance checks as scheduled.
DAILY CHECKS
1. Visual check on the conditions of tires.
2. Inspect the battery condition meter on the controller to determine if batteries need to be charged.
MONTHLY CHECKS
1. Visually inspect the controller harnesses. Make sure that they are not frayed, cut or have any exposed wires.
SEMI-ANNUAL CHECKS
1. Check the motor brushes. We recommended that your authorized dealer inspect the brushes every six months
or sooner if your power scooter is not operating smoothly. If inspection determines excessive wear on the
brushes, they must be replaced or motor damage will result.
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Warning! Failure to maintain the brushes could void the power scooter warranty.
To inspect or replace the motor brushes:

Unscrew the motor brush caps.

Remove the brushes.

Inspect the brushes for wear.

Replace the brushes if necessary.
New Motor Brush
Worn Motor Brush
Less than 9 mm
Motor Brush caps
Inspect the state of the battery terminals every six months. Make sure that they are not corroded and
the connections are tight. Periodically apply a thin film of petroleum jelly on the surface of terminals
to guard against corrosion.
CHECKS:
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Make sure to keep the controller clean while protecting it from rain or water. Never hose off your
power scooter or place it in direct contact with water.
Keep wheels free from lint, hair, sand and carpet fibers.
Visually inspect the tire tread. If less than 1mm (1/32”), please have your tires replaced by your
local dealer.
All upholstery can be washed with warm water and mild soap. Occasionally check the seat and
back for sagging, cuts and tears. Replace if necessary. Do not store your scooter in damp or
humid conditions as this will lead to mildew and rapid deterioration of the upholstery parts.
All moving mechanism will benefit from simple lubrication and inspection. Lubricate using
petroleum jelly or light oil. Do not use too much oil, otherwise small drips could stain and
damage carpets and furnishings etc. Always perform a general inspection of the tightness of all
nuts and bolts.
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TROUBLESHOOTING & FAULT REPAIR
P&G S-Drive 45 Amp controller: Your scooter is fitted with S-Drive controller, which continuously monitors
the operating conditions of your scooter. If it detects a problem it will indicate with error message by flashing
light on the power ON/ OFF light. You must count the number of the flash, and see the list to check what kind
of error has happened according to the number)
Flash
Description
1
The battery needs charging or there is a bad connection to the battery. Check the connections to the
battery. If the connections are good, try changing the battery
2
There is a bad connection to the motor. Check all the connections between the motor and the controller
3
The motor has a short circuit to a battery connection. Contact your service agent.
4.
The freewheel switch is activated or the manual brake disengagement mechanism is operated. Check the
position of the switch of lever.
5
Not used
6
The S-Drive is being inhibited from driving. Inhibit 2 is active. This may be because the battery charger
is connected or the seat is no in the driving position.
7
A throttle fault is indicated. Make sure that the throttle is in the rest position before switching on the
scooter.
8.
A controller fault is indicated. Make sure that all connections are secured.
9.
The parking brakes have a bad connection. Check the parking brake and motor connections. Make sure
the controller connections are secured.
10.
An excessive voltage has been applied to the controller. This is usually caused by a poor battery
connection. Check the battery connections.
Note:
If you experience any technical problems, it is recommended that you check with your local dealer before
attempting to troubleshoot on your own.
The following symptoms could indicate a serious problem with your power scooter. Contact your local dealer if
any of the following arises:
1. Motor noise
2. Frayed harnesses
3. Cracked or broken connectors
4. Uneven wear on any of tires
5. Jerky motion
6. Pulling to one side
7. Bent or broken wheel assemblies
8. Does not power up
9. Powers up, but does not move
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
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BOM LIST DRAWING
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