G 8` Owner s Manual
S337 / S347 Owner's Manual
, MERITS HEALTH PRODUCTS ,INC. S337 / S347
MEN LS CAPE CORAL, FL 33915
T 1-800-963-7487 Гах:239-7 72-3253 u
: Owner's Manual
www.meritshealth.com [email protected] REV 01 DEC. 2003
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Quick Reference Guide
. Tiller
. Control Panel
. Tiller Adjustment Lever
. Removable Seat pe
. Adjustable Armrest Е”
. Rear Light 135
. Free Wheel Lever
. Anti-Tip Wheel
. Seat Pivot Lever
10. Rug
11. Front Bumper
12. Headlight
13. Front Basket
14. Turn Signal
15. Seat Position Adjuster
O ON DOORON E
60" 56.89"
25.78" 25.78"
1 8"~21 "" 1 8"~21 n
12" Pneumatic Tyre*2PCS 12" Pneumatic Tyre*1PCS
12" Pneumatic Tyre*2PCS 12" Pneumatic Tyre*2PCS
484165 484105
8 / 9.6 mph 8 / 9.6 mph
25 miles 25 miles
65" 56.1"
Head / Rear / Turn signal
12V / 70AH-2pcs
Intelligent, regenerative and electromagnetic brakes
2 rear anti-tip wheels
Front / Rear
191.4 Ibs 176 Ibs
8A off-board
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Welcome aboard your new Merits scooter. We wish to thank you for letting us
improve your freedom and independence.This model has been designed with
your practical needs in mind. It is equipped with modern high-tech electronecs
and special features for a more comfortable ride Its safety and performance will
provide you with years of excellent service and pleasure.
Table of Content
Introduction -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- == e нее кк се тео
Practice before operating -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---- === A
Safety Instructions -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- == == e ene ee e e es
Safety Considerations -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- == == e косе нео)
Driving Outside -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- =- == == ee eee ee ee eee eee e кекс
Driving on Hills -- -- -- -- -- -- ---- == eee En к ке
O oO D
Getting to Know Your Scooter -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- = == == == -- = --
Parts of the Scooter -- -- -- -- ---- 10
Charging the Batteries -- -- -- -- -- -- ----- 1
Operating your Scooter- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - - — — ее ее ее
Controls ene -- = 19
Seat Adjustment- -- -- -- -- -- - - - -—----—---—-------- 16
Tiller Angle Adjustment -- -- -- -- — —-—-—-———-—-—-—------- 17
Free Wheel Mode e e 17
Specifications -- -- - -- -- - ----- eee 18
Failure to follow these instructions may result in damage to the
powerbase wheelchair or serious Injury.
E Practice Before Operating
Find an open area such as a park and have an assistant to help you practice until you
have confidence operating this vehicle.
Make sure that the power is off before AT
getting in or out of the seat. Set the N iQ
speed control button according to your a LL | | =
driving ability. <A !
We recommend that you keep the
speed control at the slowest
position until you are familiar with
the driving characteristics of this
vehicle.
Stop, forward, and reverse operation practice
Pull the lever forward on the
right side to move forward
forward
Pull the lever forward on the backward
left side to move backward
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Getting familiar with this vehicle
First, practice moving forward.
Be sure to set the speed to the lowest setting.
After becoming familiar with moving forward,
practice mark "S" turns.
Once you are familiar with "S" turns, practice
moving in reverse.
u Safety Considerations
DO NOT do any of the following
NO! NO!
NO! NO!
Do not drink and drive Do not tow a trailer
Consult your physician to determine
if your medications impair your ability
to control this vehicle
NO!
Do not turn on or use hand-held persona
communication devices such as citizens band(CB)
radios and cellular phones
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This vehicle has an immunity level of 20 V/m which should protect it from
Electromagnetic Interference(EMI) from Radio Wave Sources. The rapid
development of electronics, especially in the area of communications, has
saturated our environment with electromagnetic (radio) waves that are emitted
by television, radio and communication signals. These EM waves are invisible
and their strength increases as one approaches 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). This interference
could result in abnormal, unintentional movement and/or erratic control of the
vehicle. The United Statement be incorporated to the user's manual for all electric
scooter:
Powered wheelchairs and electric scooters(in this text, both will be referred to
as powered wheelchairs) may be susceptible to electomagnetic interference(EMI),
which is interfering electromagnetic energy 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
powered wheelchair to release its brakes, move by itself or move in unintended
directions. It can also permanently damage the powered wheelchair's control
system. The intensity of the EM energy can be measured in volts per meter
(V/m). Each powered wheelchair can resist EMI up to a certain intensity. This
Is called the "immunity level." The highedr 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 wheelchair movement that could result in serious injury:
1) Do not turn on hand-held personal communucation devices such as citizens
band (CB) radios and cellular phones while the powered wheelchair 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 wheelchair
off as soon as it is safe.
4) Be aware that adding accessories or components, or modifying the powered
wheelchair, may make it more sasceptible to interference from radio wave
sources. (Note: there is no easy way to evaluate their effect on the overall
immunity of the powered wheelchair).
5) Report all incidents of unintended movement or brake release to the powered
wheelchair manufacturer, and note whether there is a radio wave source
nearby.
TURN OFF YOUR SCOOTER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE WHEN
EXPERIENCING ANY OF THE FOLLOWEING:
1. Unintentional motions.
2. Unintended of uncontrollable direction.
3. Unexpected brake release.
The FDA has written to the manufacturers of power wheelchairs, asking them
to test their new products to be sure they provide a reasonable degree of
immunity against EMI. The letter says that powered wheelchair should have
an immunitylevel of at least 20 V/m, which provide a reasonable degree of
protection against the more common sources of EMI. The higher the level,
the greater the protection.
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E Driving Outdoors
When you are on the road, please pay attention to the following:
NO!
Do not drive in traffic.
NO!
If possible, do not drive
during the rain.
NO!
Do not drive off-road or on
any uneven surfaced roads.
NO!
Do not drive beside a river,
port, or lake without a fence
or railing.
NO!
If possible, do not drive
during or on snow.
NO!
If possible, do not drive at
night.
| Сар greater 4"(10cm)
NO!
Make sure that there are no obstacles behind you
when in reverse.
We recommend to set up the speed knob at the lowest
speed for reversing.
NO!
Do not make sudden stops, weave erratically, or
make sharp turns.
NO!
Keep your arms on or inside the armrests and feet
on the footrest at all time.
NO!
Do not attempt to climb curbs greater that 2"(5cm).
NO!
Do not attempt to cross over a gap greater that
4"(10cm).
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® Use caution when driving on hills
Driving on hills is more dangerous than on level surfaces. If you fail
to heed these warnings, a fall, tip-over or loss of control may occur
and cause severe injury to the vehicle user or others.
NO!
Do not attempt to climb a hill greater than 10°
10° and |
NO!
Do not reverse while driving up a hill.
Forward only. If you reverse while moving up a hill, it
may cause the vehicle to tip over.
y NO!
Do not attempt to drive across a sloping surface
greater that 3°
Driving across a slope greater than 3" is very dangerous
and may cause the vehicle to tip over.
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NO!
Use caution when driving over soft, uneven or
unprotected surfaces such as grass, gravel and
decks.
NO!
Use low speed while driving down hill.
When going down hill, the tiller will become harder to
reach and handle. When braking while moving down
hill, the scooter will take longer to come to a complete
stop.
NO!
Do not get in and off on a hill.
Always stop on the level surface to get in and get out
of the vehicle.
NO!
Always climb or descend gradients perpendicular
to the slope or ramp.
NO!
Do not load or carry heavy items iin the basket
while driving down hill.
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In this section, we will acquaint you with the many features of your scooter and
how they work. Upon rceipt of your scooter, inspect it for any damage. Your
scooter consists of a frame assembly, drivetrain assembly, seat assembly, tiller
assembly, battery charger, and owner's manual. Contact your sales agent if any
question arise.
FEATURE GUIDE S337/S347
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Cis” 10 9
1. Tiller 9. Seat Pivot Lever
2. Control Panel 10. Rug
3. Tiller Adjustment Lever 11. Front Bumper
4. Removable Seat 12. Headlight
5. Adjustable Armrest 13. Front Basket
6. Rear Light 14. Turn Signal
7. Free Wheel Lever 15. Seat Position Adjuster
8. Anti-Tip Wheel
Batteries
Your scooter is equipped with maintenance free,
sealed lead acid batteries. These batteries require
no maintenance other than ensuring that they are
properly charged. If other batteries are used, check
with your battery supplier for proper battery care
and maintenance instructions.
Your scooter comes supplied with two battery cables. Attach the red wire of the first
cable to the (+) terminal of the first battery. Attach the black wire of the first cable to
the (-) terminal of the first battery. Repeat this procedure for the second battery.
Charging the batteries
Note: because your batteries may only have a partial charge when you first receive
your scooter, you may not experience full riding time until you have fully charged
them. Your scooter is equipped with a battery charger. Charging your batteries as
specified below will ensure maximum life, power and range.
WARNING!
Use of a non-grounded receptacle could result in an electric shock
Using On Board Charger
1. Turn off the power on the scooter.
2. Plug the charger cable into an outlet.
3. Plug the cable into the power socket at the rear of the scooter. (You will need to
flip up the rubber safety covering on the power socket)
4. Leave the scooter to charge. As it charges, you will see progress lights in the
clear circular window next to the charger socket. A RED light means the charger
is ready to use, a WHITE light means charging is in progrees, and a GREEN light
means the charger is finished, and the scooter is fully charged.
Using Off Board Charger
Follow steps 1 and 2 as above.
3. Plug the charger cable into the power socket on the tiller. (You will need to flip
up the rubber safety covering on the power socket)
4. Leave the scooter to charge. As it charges, you will see progress lights on the
charger unit. A RED light means the charger is ready to use, a WHITE light means
charging is in progrees, and a GREEN light means the charger is finished, and
the scooter is fully charged.
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E Controls
Only drive within your control limitations. Loss of control of your scooter
could result in serious injury to yourself or others. If your speed becomes
difficult to control, release the speed engager lever and your scooter will
come to a complete stop. Only use the on/off switch to stop your scooter
in an emergency.
Key Switch:
The key switch operates two functions:
ON and OFF. OFF position (turn the key
straight up) ON position (turn the key to the
forward position, the Scooter is to operate)
Speed Control:
Speed Dial regulates the speed of the scooter.
Start at the slowest speed until you feel confident
controlling your scooter safely. Turn the speed
dial counter-clockwise to decrease the speed.
Turn the speed dial clock-wise to increase the
speed.
Battery Gauge:
Indicates the charge level of the batteries. If the
needle goes into the red area, the batteries need
to be charged as soon as possible. If the needle
is all the way to the right side of the green area,
the batteries are fully charged. As the needle
moves to the red area it indicates the depletion
level.
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OFF
ON
Key switch
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BATTERY GAUGE
Horn:
The horn is activated by pressing the horn button.
The horn is useful to warn people or animals
that you are coming towards them. You may
also find it helpful to use when rounding blind
corners or backing up.
Power eye:
When the scooter is on, and all conditions are
normal, the Power Eye will be on. When there A POWER
IS some special situation that needs attention,the = ана
light will flash. See the reference chart below for 77 EYE
the different flashing patterns.
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mono! | Meaning [МЕ Мет
1 Battery needs recharging 6 Not in neutral at power up
2 Battery voltage too low 7 Speed pot error
3 Battery voltage too high 8 Motor volts error
4 Current limit time out 9 Other internal error
5 Brake fault
Brakes and Speed control lever: When the speed engager lever is moved
out the neutral position, the electromagnetic brake will automatically release
and your scooter will move. When the speed engager lever is re-leased, it will
return to the neutral position and the scooter will decelerate and come to complete
stop. The parking brake will then engage preventing further movement of your
scooter. Your unit is equipped with a programmable controller that has a high
peddle disable safety feature. This will prevent un-expected acceleration of the
scooter, if the speed engage lever is activated the same time you turn the key
"ON". To reset the controller, release the speed engage lever and turn the key
OFF for a couple of seconds and then turn it bake "ON".
y If your scooter ever moves in an unexpected manner, release
a the speed engager lever and turn off the power.
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m Seat adjustment
Backrest angle:
Fold the backrest down for easy transport.
Seat turnability
The seat swivel lever (located on the side of the seat)
allows the seat rotation in 45 degree increments.
You may use this feature to make it easier to transfer in
and out of the seat.
Pull the swivel lerver up to unlock and rotate the seat.
Pivot the seat to the position you desire.
Release the lever and try to turn the seat back and
forth slightly allowing the lever to lock into position.
Armrest hight:
Loosen the clamping nut at the rear of the handle.
Turn the bolt in to lower the angle of the armrest to
your desired angle.
Armrest width:
Locate the width clamping nut (follow the armrest support
down to the base of the seat).
Loosen the clamping nut by turning counterclockwise.
Pull the armrest in or out to reach your desired position.
Tighten the width clamping nut.
"Tiller Angle Adjustment:
The tiller angle adjustment allows you to
position the dash closer or further away from
you for better access to the controls.
Locate the angle adjusting lever where
Is located on the inside center of the tiller
boot.
Hold the weight of the tiller with on hand
and loosen the lever by pulling up the
lever with the other hand. Pushing down
will release the tiller locking mechanism,
allowing you to move the tiller freely.
Release the lever and try to move the
tiller back an forth slightly allowing the
lever to lock.
® Freewheel Mode
Manul free wheel mode: your scooter features a features freewheel mode for manual
operation. To activate manually, turn the key switch OFF and locate the freewheel lever
at the back of the scooter. Pull lever to "UP" position to disengage the brake and allow
the scooter to be pushed freely. Push the lever to the "DOWN" position to reengage
the brrake. Remember, when the scooter is in manul freewheel mode, you will have
mo brakes. You will be unable to operate the scooter. When you wish to push your
scooter a short distance, you may put it into manual freewheel mode.
Getting in and out:
Your scooter is designed to make getting in and out of the scooter as easy as possible.
Make sure the scooter is on a level surface and the key switch is tuned OFF. If necessary,
raise the armrest to give you maximum space to transfer in or out of the seat. Once
transfer is complete, return the armrest before operating the scooter.
I Never operate the scooter without your feet being placed on
the scooter platform. Driving your scooter without your feet
® on the platform could cause serious bodily injury.
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® Technical Specification - S337/S34°7
Model No. S-347(4-Wheels) S-337(3-Wheels)
Leigth 60" 56.89"
Width 25.78" 25.78"
Seat Height (from deck) 18"~21" 18"~21"
Front wheel 12" Pneumatic Tyre*2PCS 12" Pneumatic Tyre*1PCS
Rear wheel 12" Pneumatic Tyre*2PCS 12" Pneumatic Tyre*2PCS
Weight Capacity 484105 484105
Speed 8/9.6 mph 8/9.6 mph
Range 25 miles 25 miles
Turning Radius 65" 56.1"
Light Head / Rear / Turn signal
Battery 12V / 70AH-2pcs
Brakes Intelligent, regenerative and electromagnetic brakes
Anti-tip 2 rear anti-tip wheels
Bumper Front / Rear
Unit Weight (w/o battery) 191.4 Ibs 176 165
Charger 8A off-board
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