TRAVELMATE™ III Owner Operational Manual Serial Number:

TRAVELMATE™ III  Owner Operational Manual Serial Number:
TRAVELMATE™ III
Owner Operational Manual
Serial Number:
Read This Manual Before Operating
Purchase Date:
Safety First
Table of Contents
For your convenience and understanding, signal words are defined below:
Safety First
3-4
Location of Controls
4
Identification of Parts 4
Folding/Unfolding Your Amigo 5
Operating Your Amigo 6
Driving Your Amigo
6-7
Safety Warnings
7
Battery Information &
Charging Instructions
8-9
Cleaning Instructions
10
Maintenance
10-11
Troubleshooting/Diagnostic Codes
12
Electromagnetic Interference
13
Wiring Diagram
14
Exploded View
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Parts List
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Warranty
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A new industry began in 1968 when Amigo
revolutionized mobility for people with walking
limitations. Amigo Power Operated Vehicles (POVs)
quickly became a household name for their ease of
operation and maneuverability. Ever since our first
creation, Amigo Company has worked hard to bring
comfort, freedom and satisfaction to our many
thousands of customers.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you
for choosing Amigo. Our business will provide you
with personalized and innovative electric mobility
products and customer satisfaction, today and in
the future.
Sincerely,
Warning is used to indicate the presence of a hazard, which can cause severe
personal injury, death or substantial property damage if the warning is ignored.
Caution is used to indicate the presence of a hazard which will or can cause
minor personal injury or property damage if the warning is ignored.
Safety Recommendations
Use the following guidelines for the safe operation and use of your Amigo. Should you have any questions about the
safe operation of your vehicle, please contact AMI or your Amigo dealer. If you are in doubt about your ability to
operate your Amigo, consult your personal physician.
DO
• Read the operating manual before using your Amigo.
Amigo Mobility International, Inc. (AMI)
• Always turn your Amigo OFF before getting on or off your vehicle.
• Always remain seated while the vehicle is in operation.
• Keep legs on the platform while driving.
Welcome to the Amigo family of active and independent
people. For thousands of individuals around the world,
Amigo provides the opportunity to enjoy life more fully.
We are confident that the following instructions and helpful
hints will make your Amigo an extremely useful and reliable
“friend.” Because we are concerned about your health and
safety, please read this manual carefully before operating
your vehicle. After learning to use your Amigo properly, you
will discover a world of enjoyment and independence.
Please return your warranty card to be placed on our
e-mailing list for Friendly Wheels. Friendly Wheels, e-mailed
monthly, is about owners participating in life. It also keeps
you informed about new products, accessories, helpful hints
and service tips!
Amigo Mobility International, Inc. (AMI) disclaims any
responsibility for personal injury or property damage from
the improper or unsafe use of its products.
• Allow the Amigo to come to a complete stop before attempting to reverse.
• Always drive at a slow, sensible speed while pedestrians are around.
• Drive slowly while turning.
• Always drive straight up and down inclines.
• Always be careful when maneuvering on inclines or ramps. Not all ramps are constructed according to federal standards.
The federal standard for wheelchair ramps is one inch (2.5 cm) rise per foot (30 cm) = 5 degrees or 8% grade.
• Avoid sudden starts while the handle is turned sharply.
• Always approach obstacles at a low speed if you are to drive over them.
• Be aware of mechanical pinch points, especially when folding, assembling and disassembling your Amigo.
• Remove battery pack before folding handle down.
Turning the switch OFF while in motion will bring the Amigo to a controlled stop.
DO NOT
• Do not exceed the maximum weight capacity of 250 pounds. Exceeding the weight capacity voids your warranty and may
result in personal injury and damage to your Amigo. Amigo Company will not be responsible for injuries
and/or property damage resulting from failure to observe weight limitations.
• Do not drive over or off obstacles more than 1 inch (2.5 cm) high. This could be unsafe and could damage your Amigo.
• Do not turn your Amigo at high speeds, as this could result in tipping.
• Do not reverse down a steep hill or incline.
• Do not park on inclines or declines.
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• Do not sit on the Amigo in a moving vehicle.
• Do not allow anyone to ride with you.
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• Do not operate your Amigo near stairs, steps, curbs or terraces where you might accidentally drop a wheel off the edge.
• Do not operate your Amigo on streets or other areas with vehicular traffic.
• Do not use the handle to assist in transferring.
Folding/Unfolding Your Amigo
Folding
• Do not lift rear section of platform by holding the rear wheel.
• Do not expose your Amigo to spray-on cleaning solutions and excessive moisture such as spraying it with a garden hose, shower or leaving it uncovered in heavy rain.
AMI is not responsible for any damage or injury incurred due to the improper or unsafe use of the POV. AMI specifically disclaims
responsibility for any bodily injury or property damage that may occur during any use, which does not comply with applicable federal,
state or local laws or ordinances.
IMPORTANT- Remove key before folding Amigo!
1. Remove basket, unplug battery power connector, and remove battery. 2. While grasping the top of the battery bracket, step on handle release lever (see Figure 1). Lower handle about 2 inches.
3. Fold seatback down. Lift seat adjusting handle and allow seat to move forward to down position (see Figure 2).
Then lower handle the rest of the way.
4. To lock handle, move power cord behind seat latch rod and grasp lower outer seat latch rods. Raise seat latch
in order to position rod above handle grooves, slightly lift handle up and over in to place (see Figure 3).
Location of Controls
Twist Grip Handle
E
F
A. Throttle
B. ON/OFF Key Switch
A
C. Battery Gauge
C
D
D. Reverse Indicator Light
E. Forward/Reverse Switch
B
F. Horn
Figure 1
Identification
of Parts
1. Battery Case
Figure 3
Unfolding
1.Push down on handle to release latch (see Figure 4).
2. Raise handle until you hear the lower latch lock into place.
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2.Tiller
Figure 2
3.Pull up seat using seat bottom and move to desired position (see Figure 5).
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4. Reinstall battery and power connector first (align yellow dots) and then basket. Insert key.
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3.Hub Motor
4.Rear Wheels
5.Platform
6. Seat
7. Battery Power Connector
8.Seat Adjustment Handle
8
1
9
9. Freewheeling Lever
10. Handle Release Lever
10
11. Bumper/Lifting Handle
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Figure 4
Watch a video on how to fold/unfold the TravelMate III
at www.youtube.com/AmigoMobility
Figure 5
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Transport
Operating Your Amigo
Amigos are not designed or tested for use as seats in private or public transporting vehicles. AMI advises
against transporting POVs in vehicles unless either the unit is folded and placed in the trunk of your car,
or the assembled unit is placed in the vehicle and strapped down. Even when strapped down,
Amigos should not be used as seats in private or public transporting vehicles.
To operate your Amigo, use the following procedures:
1. Turn the Amigo ON with ON/OFF key switch located
on the right side of the handle enclosure.
2. Handlebar directions:
To transport your Amigo TravelMate III:
a.To move forward, red directional control button near
the right hand grip should be in the (O) position.
IMPORTANT - Remove key before folding Amigo!
1 Remove basket, unplug battery power connector,
and remove battery.
b.Twist right hand grip toward you to accelerate.
Hold at desired speed.
d.To reverse, push directional control button to the (–) position,
then twist the hand grip toward you as you would to move forward.
2 While grasping the top of the battery bracket,
step on handle release lever.
Lower handle about 2 inches.
Reverse
Position
c. Release grip to stop.
Forward
Position
3. If necessary, to manually “push” the Amigo, press the freewheel
lever down (see Figure 6). To resume power mode return lever to
the center position. Before driving, make sure handle is locked
in an upright position.
3 Fold seatback down. Lift seat adjusting handle
and allow seat to move forward to down position.
Then lower handle the rest of the way.
Freewheel Lever
DRIVing Your Amigo
For your first few sessions, be sure you are on a level surface and properly seated.
Turn the key to the ON position. Make sure the red directional control button is in the
(O) position. To move forward, twist the right hand grip towards you. The further down
you twist the hand grip, the faster you will go. To slow down, slowly twist the hand grip
forward. To stop, let go of the hand grip. To reverse your Amigo, push the red directional
control button to the (–) position and rotate the right hand grip towards you
(just as you would when moving forward).
Steering the Amigo is easy and logical. Just be sure to remember to give wide clearance
when turning so that the rear wheels clear any obstacle.
4 To lock handle, move power cord behind
seat latch rod and grasp lower outer seat latch rods.
Raise seat latch in order to position rod above handle
grooves, slightly lift handle up and over in to place.
Use a small piece of carpet or a heavy duty towel on vehicle bumper when loading the Amigo into the trunk of a vehicle to prevent marking or scratching of vehicle finish.
Figure 6
Shortcutting a sidewalk corner can cause the back wheel to go off the sidewalk. Avoid this situation by steering
an exaggerated wide arc around the obstacle. If you must steer in a tight spot, such as entering a doorway
or when turning around, stop and then apply power gently.
Driving Through Doorways
Approach an unfamiliar door slowly. Does it have a knob or push bar? Does it open toward you or away from you? Think in terms of
using the power of the Amigo to do the work for you. Hold the doorknob or bar in one hand and apply the power with the other
hand. If the door is self-closing, you can go through allowing the door to close behind you. If it is not, stop when you are clear of
the door and push it closed. If the door opens toward you, hold the knob or bar with one hand and slowly accelerate in reverse,
letting the Amigo do the work for you. When the door is open wide enough, accelerate forward leaving your hand on the door to
keep it free from touching the Amigo and letting go as you pass through the door jamb.
Driving On Ramps
With the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), buildings require ramps for POV (Powered Operated Vehicle) access.
Some have U-turns in the middle where good cornering is required. Take wide swings with your front wheel around
any tight corners so the rear wheels follow a wide arc to stay clear of the corner. When you have stopped while facing uphill,
starting up again simply requires that you apply forward power. Accelerate gently after stopping on an incline.
When proceeding up a ramp or curb, lean forward in your seat for maximum stability and safety. Drive slowly
when going down any ramp or hill to ensure a safe descent.
Airline Travel
“Special Handling” tags are suggested when transporting your Amigo by airlines.
Nonspillable, sealed batteries are approved for travel on airplanes. When you make
your reservation, notify the airline that you will be requesting “escort” service.
This will assure that your Amigo will be picked up and delivered at the boarding gate.
For additional Helpful Hints for Airline Travel, visit our website at www.myamigo.com.
*Optional lithium batteries require you to take battery pack onboard plane as carry-on luggage.
Public Transportation
Some public transportation systems have accommodations for your Amigo, but you must
transfer to a seat. When utilizing public transportation, do not sit on your Amigo while it is
being lifted onto the vehicle or once the vehicle is in motion.
Safety Warnings
The driving performance of your Amigo can be influenced by electromagnetic fields, such as emitted by
cellular telephones and other emitting devices. We recommend the power on your unit be switched off
when using such a device. (Refer to Electromagnetic Interference section for additional information.)
• In some extreme circumstances, your Amigo’s performance could be affected by the electromagnetic field emitted
from alarm systems in shops (refer to Electromagnetic Interference section for additional information).
• The program settings in the controller should not be altered as this may give unsafe driving characteristics.
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Battery Information
and Charging Instructions
Charger Standard Precautions
• Refer to these instructions frequently.
• Each time you use your charger, read and follow instructions exactly. Working in the vicinity of a battery is dangerous.
Batteries generate explosive gases during normal battery operation.
Battery Information
• Never smoke or allow an open flame in the vicinity of the battery.
For maximum range and life, it is recommended to fully charge the batteries
before using. Extended charging is good for the batteries and will not overcharge
them. Amigos have an overcharge protection feature so that the batteries can be
charged anytime the Amigo is not being used. It is a popular misconception that
batteries should be deeply discharged before recharging. This is not the proper
procedure for all batteries. They can actually be damaged if they are discharged
too deeply before recharging.
• Use charger for charging a lead acid battery or lithium battery pack only. It is not intended to supply power
to an extra-low-voltage electrical system or to charge dry cell batteries.
Battery range depends on driver weight, terrain, temperature and type of
battery used. Charge your batteries daily when the Amigo is used. Make sure
that the charger cord is unplugged from the wall outlet before moving your
Amigo. Batteries should be charged if the battery indicator light is blinking
while operating or if the battery gauge drops to 2 bars or less.
Your battery indicator light may blink prematurely when under a heavy power demand
such as an incline. If it is premature, it will stop blinking when the unit is stopped, and
the power switch is cycled to OFF and back ON. If this cycle does not stop the
blinking, it is time to recharge.
Charging Instructions
Disconnect the battery power connector from the battery case. Plug the
small dc battery charge connector to the socket on the battery case.
Plug the ac cord into the wall outlet. The charge cycle status is indicated
by the battery indicator light (led) on the charger. The led will glow
orange or red to indicate charging has started. The batteries are fully
charged when the led switches to green.
The battery charger is designed to accept 90-240 volts 50 or 60Hz AC power input.
This makes it possible to charge on any AC electrical system globally.
• Do not operate charger in a closed-in area or restrict ventilation in any way.
• A spark near the battery may cause explosion.
To reduce risk of spark:
• Prevent external damage to AC and DC cords.
• When connecting charger, connect DC charging cord to the battery charge plug before connecting
charger AC cord to electrical outlet.
• When disconnecting charger, always do so in reverse sequence of connecting procedure.
Break first connection as far away from battery as possible.
• Be extra cautious not to drop a metal tool onto the battery(ies).
• Remove jewelry.
Failure to follow these safety instructions may result in personal injury or property damage.
If your batteries are damaged and a leak is apparent, call your Authorized Dealer immediately. Under no circumstances should you touch the batteries if they are leaking.
Battery Storage
If you remove your batteries from the battery case, put them on a surface that cannot be damaged by acid fumes. Whenever a
battery is charged and discharged through a cycle, it breathes. The breathing of the battery emits acid fumes and may mark
surfaces it rests on for long periods of time.
Store batteries indoors in a dry environment, away from any open flames. Temperature range is 0˚C (32˚F) to 40˚C (104˚F).
Charging Frequency
• Charge batteries daily when the Amigo is used.
• If not in use for a long period of time, charge for 24 hours, every 30 days.
To avoid damage to batteries during storage, DO NOT place them end-to-end
with the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals next to each other (Figure 6).
• Extended charging is good for the batteries and will not overcharge them.
Battery power connector should only be UNplugged when transporting
or charging the battery pack. The battery pack may fall out of the handle if power connector is left unplugged.
Figure 6
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Cleaning Instructions
Battery Maintenance
Tires: The tires should be cleaned with ordinary kitchen-type cleaners and a damp cloth.
Don’t use solvents on tires as they cause tire material to break down or become too soft.
VRLA (Valve Regulated Lead Acid) deep cycle or optional lithium-ion batteries are used for operating your Amigo.
They are maintenance-free and are transportable on aircraft, buses, trains, etc. as there is no danger of spillage.
By following the charger and battery procedures, you can expect extended battery life.
Platform: The platform of the Amigo is constructed of aluminum and coated with a durable automotive type finish.
Use cool water with mild soap to remove dirt and oils. Do not spray the entire vehicle with water. This will
damage the electrical parts. The platform may be waxed with car body wax and buffed by hand with a soft cloth.
Fasteners Replacement
Seat: The vinyl seat can be cleaned with a mild soap or detergent and a damp cloth. A vinyl cleaner
can also be used. Care should be taken not to soak seats, as the interior foam rubber will hold water.
Floor mat: The floor mat should be cleaned with ordinary kitchen-type cleaners and a damp cloth.
Do not use solvents on the floor mat, as they may cause the floor mat material to break down.
Use only Grade 8 (US) or 12.9 DIN (metric) in all applications. For service and
replacement parts, we recommend Amigo authorized parts.
Microprocessor Controller (MPC)
Do not attempt to service the MPC or related electronic components, as this will void the warranty.
Fuse Replacement Instructions
Keep cleaning solvents away from electrical wires and connections.
An auto reset fuse protects the wiring and battery in the event of a short circuit. If your Amigo stops abruptly,
wait 10 seconds for automatic fuse to reset. If the fuse does not reset, check for overloads or short circuits.
Maintenance
If you suspect the auto reset fuse is defective, use a jumper wire between the two terminals of the fuse.
If the Amigo runs now, replace the auto reset fuse.
Minimum maintenance should prevent unnecessary repairs. You will get years of dependable
operation if you follow the suggested maintenance schedule. Check the following:
Battery Replacement
Daily
Note: Replacement battery must meet passenger
and cargo aircraft travel requirements.
Charge batteries daily when the Amigo is used. Charge the battery until fully charged to ensure
proper battery operation. Extended charging is good for the batteries and will not overcharge them.
• Remove four screws as shown
and remove battery front cover.
Monthly
• Remove the black wire from each battery.
Check and clean battery terminals and the wire connections as needed with a
light piece of emery cloth or brush and soda water.
• Lift each battery far enough to expose
the red wire connection and remove it
from each battery.
• Clean upholstery, plastic and metal with a mild surface cleaner.
• Inspect batteries for any cracks or damage of any kind.
• Reverse this sequence to install batteries.
• Check and tighten any exposed fasteners.
NOTE: Tampering with electrical or
mechanical parts will void warranty.
Keep cleaning solvents away from electrical wires and connections.
Six Months
• Check all screws and clips (that are holding wheels) for tightness and wear.
• Check all electrical connections for clean contact.
• Charging connection should be inspected for tight connection.
• Check tires for wear. • Inspect inside the battery case, particularly at the bottom, for liquid.
Yearly
• Have your authorized service center check your Amigo completely.
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ASIC MPC Diagnostic Codes
Electromagnetic Interference
The Amigo is equipped with an ASIC MPC. This controller has a built-in diagnostic feature that will cause the diagnostic light LEDs
(located on either side of the battery gauge) to flash a numeric code indicating service issues and to aid in diagnoses. When indicating
a service problem, the diagnostic lzight LEDs will flash, hesitate for a moment, and then flash again. Follow the code listings below to
determine the problem. If the code indicates a service problem, contact your local service representative or call the Amigo Service
Department at (800) 248-9131 for instructions to verify and correct the problem.
Radio wave sources may affect powered mobile vehicle control.
**Note: First solution listed for each diagnostic code will fix that problem 80% of the time. Attempt solutions in the order listed.
CODE
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) From Radio Wave Sources
Powered vehicles may be susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI), which is interfering electromagnetic energy
(EMI) 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 vehicle to release its brakes,
move by itself, or move in unintended directions. It can also permanently damage the powered vehicle’s control system. The intensity of the interfering EMI energy can be measured in volts per meter (V/m). Each powered vehicle can resist
EMI up to a certain intensity. This is called its “Immunity Level.” The higher the immunity level, the greater the protection.
At this time, current technology is capable of achieving at least a 20 V/m immunity level, which would provide useful protection
from the more common sources of radiated EMI. The immunity level of this powered vehicle is not known.
CAUSE
SOLUTIONS
EM Brake windings or connections are shorted
(1) Check all wiring connections and output.
(2) Disconnect brake and cycle key, if code changes to 1-2, replace hub motor.
(3) Replace controller.
EM Brake windings or connections are open
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
1-4
Deadband Start Error
(1) Make sure the throttle is disengaged.
2-1
Motor windings or connections are shorted
(1) Check motor wiring connections.
(2) Disconnect brake and cycle key, if code changes to 2-2, replace hub motor.
(3) Replace controller.
2-2
Motor windings or connections are open
(1) Check motor wiring connections.
(2) Replace hub motor.
(3) Replace controller.
2-3
Power shortage
(1) Check / replace batteries.
(2) Check / replace charger & charge wires.
(3) Check / replace controller.
3-1
Over temperature condition
(1) Allow to sit idle for 15 minutes, restart and see if code disappears.
(2) Ensure EM brake and / or motor is not causing excessive amperage draw.
(3) Replace controller.
5-1
Controller drive FETS shorted
(1) Replace controller.
5-2
Controller regenerative braking FETS shorted
(1) Replace controller.
5-3
Throttle potentiometer or throttle
circuitry reading fail band fault
(1) Check to ensure handle cable is in good condition.
(2) Check that throttle lever moves freely and returns to center.
(3) Replace throttle potentiometer.
5-5
Component Failure
(1) Replace controller.
5-6
Component Failure
(1) Replace controller.
5-7
Component Failure
(1) Replace controller.
5-8
Component Failure
(1) Replace controller.
3.
If unintended movement or brake release occurs, turn the vehicle off as soon as it is safe.
5-9
Component Failure
(1) Replace controller.
4.
Be aware that adding accessories or components or modifying the vehicle may make it more
susceptible to interference from radio wave sources.
5-10
Component Failure
(1) Replace controller.
6-1
Bad software revision
(1) Replace controller.
6-2
Bad PWM (Curlim) voltage
(1) Replace controller.
6-3
Bad PWM (Curlim) voltage
(1) Replace controller.
1-1
1-2
Ensure EM brake lever is in drive position.
Check all wiring connections and output.
Replace hub motor.
Replace controller.
There are a number of sources of relatively intense electromagnetic fields in the everyday environment.
Some of these sources are obvious and easy to avoid. Others are not apparent and exposure is unavoidable.
However, we believe that by following the warnings listed below, your risk to EMI will be minimized. The sources of radiated EMI can be broadly classified into three types:
1.
Handheld portable transceivers (transmitters-receivers) with antenna mounted directly on the transmitting unit.
Examples include: citizens band (CB) radios, “walkie talkie,” security, fire and police transceivers,
cellular telephones and other personal communication devices.
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; and
3.
Long-range transmitters and transceivers, such as commercial broadcast transmitters (radio and TV broadcast
antenna towers) and amateur (HAM) radios.
Note: Other types of handheld devices, such as cordless phones, laptop computers, AM/FM radios, TV sets, CD players and cassette players and small appliances such as electric shavers and hair dryers, so far as we know, are not likely to cause EMI problems to your powered vehicle.
Powered Vehicle Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
Because EMI energy rapidly becomes more intense as one moves closer to the transmitting antenna (source), the EMI fields from
handheld radio wave sources (transceivers) are of special concern. It is possible to unintentionally bring high levels of EMI energy
very close to the powered vehicle’s control system while using these devices. This can affect powered vehicle movement and
braking. Therefore, the warnings listed below are recommended to prevent possible interference with the control system
of the powered vehicle.
Warnings
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) from sources such as radio stations, TV stations, amateur radio (HAM) transmitters,
two-way radios and cellular phones, can affect electric vehicles. Following the warnings listed below should reduce the
chance of unintended brake release or mobile vehicle movement, which could result in serious injury.
1.DO NOT operate or turn ON handheld personal communication devices, such as citizens band (CB) radios
and cellular phones while the vehicle is turned on.
2.Be aware of nearby transmitters, such as radio or TV stations and try to avoid coming close to them.
Note: There is no easy way to evaluate their effect on the overall immunity of the vehicle.
5.
Report all incidents of unintended movement or brake release to the mobile vehicle manufacturer,
and note whether there is a source of EMI nearby.
1.
20 volts per meter (V/M) is a generally achievable and useful immunity level against EMI
(as of May 1994). The higher the level, the greater the protection.
2.
The immunity level of this product is not known.
Important Information
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Wiring Diagram
Exploded View
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Parts List
Warranty
TravelMate III Product Warranty
Effective May 1, 2011
TravelMate III #580003 – May 1, 2011 to Present
Amigo Mobility International, Inc. (AMI) warranties the original completed unit it manufactures to the original purchaser.
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Description
1040
1069
1254
3622
3623
4269
5209
5514
5893
6227
6304
6305
7281
7600
9022
10050
10144
10346
10516
10973.21
11292TMG3
11311
11501
11502
11503
11504
11505
11506
11507
11508
11509
11510
11511.20
11512
Ring, Retaining 5/8 OD Shaft
Washer, Shim, 5/8 ID x 7/8 OD x .016 Thick
Pin, Spring, 1/8 OD x 1 1/8 Lg
Nut, Hex, Nylon Insert, 1/4-20
Screw, Hex, 1/4-20 x 1 1/4 Lg
Washer, Flat, 5/8 ID x 1 1/8 OD
Cap, Black, Wheel
Screw, Hex, 1/4-20 x 2 3/4 Lg
Washer, Flat, 9/32 ID x 1 OD
Nut, Hex, Nylon Insert, #10-24
Velcro Dual Lock 400/In
Velcro Dual Lock 170/In
Screw, Hex Socket, 1/4-20 x 7/8 Lg
Nut, Push, 1/4 Stud
Washer, Nylon Shim, 3/8 ID x 11/16 OD x .02 Thk
Bearing Set
Wire Asm Battery to Controller
Screw, Phillips, #8 x 3/4 Lg Type B
Boot, Lower Handle
Basket Asm
Controller CS1108S-1 Standard
Washer, Lock, 1/4 ID
Arm, Front Seat Mount
Arm, Rear Seat Mount
Shaft, Rear Seat Pivot
Shaft, Long, Seat Pivot
Spring, Extension
Axle, Rear
Seat, Folding Vinyl
Latch, Seat Adjusting
Mat, Standard
Cover, Handle Front
Cover Asm, Handle Rear
Pivot Weldment, Steering
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Qty/unit
Part #
Description
2
4
1
1
4
2
2
1
1
3
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
4
1
1
1
4
1
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
11513
11514
11515
11517
11518
11519
11520
11521
11522
11524
11526
11527
11528
11529
11530
11531
11533
11337
11534
11535
11542
11543
11544
11549
11550
11553
11557
11564
11565
11566
11567
11568
11569
Pivot Weldment Handle
Link, Handle Latch
Bumper, Front Wheel
Bracket Asm, Seat Upper
Handle Weldment
Throttle, Twist Grip
Wire Asm Motor
Motor, Hub 8" w/ EM Brake
Fork Weldment, Motor
Wheel Asm, Rear 9"
Bearing, 5/8 ID Roller
Screw, Shoulder, #10-24 x 1 Lg
Screw, Shoulder, #10-24 x 1 Lg
Screw, Shoulder, 5/16-18 x 1/4 Lg
Spring, Compression 3/4 OD x 1 Lg
Nut, U-Spring #8 Screw
Screw, Set, 5/16-18 x 5/8 Lg
Washer, Flat, 13/64 ID x 1/2 OD
Ring, Retaining 1/2 OD Shaft
Wire Asm Brake
Platform Pacific Blue
Platform Cinnamon Red
Platform Lime Green
Battery Case Asm Standard
Battery Case Asm Lithium
Wire Asm, Cntrl/Display
Ring, Spiral
Guide, Latch Handle
Handle Grip
Trim, Frame TMG3
Trim, Bumper TMG3
Seat Cover, Back TMG3
Seat Cover, Bottom TMG3
Qty/unit
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
4
1
2
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1. Structural components including platform, frame and seat post, have a two (2) year warranty
against defects in materials and workmanship.
2. Transaxle, motor, controller and battery charger, are warranted against defects in materials
and workmanship for two (2) years. 3. Seats and other components have a one (1) year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
Cuts and tears in seats are not covered by warranty.
4. AMI warranties batteries supplied from its factory. AMI factory-supplied batteries carry Amigo brand labels.
A six (6) month battery warranty from the date of purchase applies against the battery manufacturer's defects
in workmanship or materials (freight not included after six months). Damage caused by battery moisture,
spillage, or leakage is exclusive of warranty. When removing a battery, always set on cardboard
or newspapers to avoid damage.
5. Weight Restrictions: Use of a product by persons exceeding the specified load capacity
for that model is not recommended and voids warranty.
6. After sixty (60) days, labor will be charged on warranty repairs, except where law prohibits.
7. Items replaced under warranty, are covered by the original warranty.
(Warranty replacement does not extend the warranty period.)
8.AMI is obligated to repair or replace products or parts returned by the purchaser, and found to be
defective under warranty at its headquarters in Bridgeport, Michigan.
9. For unit and parts, this warranty does not cover accidental damage, misuse, normal wear and tear,
such as LED lights, electrical and mechanical switches, wires, belts, chains and resistors, or use of products
for other than personal purposes. Damage during shipment is not covered by the warranty.
10. If inspection determines that a returned part or unit is fully functional, it will be returned at the
expense of the owner. Opening sealed components will void the warranty.
11. Accessories and parts that are not a part of the original completed unit, or rebuilt units,
will have a one (1) year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
This warranty begins when the unit is sold to the original owner. If warranty information, such as owner’s name, serial number
or date of purchase is not available, then AMI will use the production date of the unit as the effective warranty date.
This warranty supersedes and is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, and no person, agent or dealer is
authorized to give any warranties on behalf of AMI, nor to assume for AMI any other liability concerning any of its
products unless made in writing and signed by an official of AMI. Any unauthorized repair or modification will
void this warranty and release AMI from any liability.
This warranty gives you specific rights, with the possibility of other rights, which vary depending upon your locality.
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NOTES
NOTES
Use an app on your
iPhone or Android
Smartphone to
scan the code to
view a video on the
TravelMate III.
H1322011
AMIGO MOBILITY INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Improving Lives Through Mobility®
6693 Dixie Highway, Bridgeport, MI 48722-9725
Service: 800-248-9131 or 989-777-0910 • Fax: 800-334-7274 • www.myamigo.com
© 2011 Amigo Mobility International, Inc. Amigo® is a trademark of Amigo Mobility International, Inc • H132-11
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