The smart power assist gives you the freedom to do more. It moves with you and it's so lightweight, you don't even know it's there. You can spin in place, be in a wheelie, or hop of curbs. It is compatible with your active lifestyle.
This Smart Power Assist is perfectly compatible with the Manual wheelchair CARER-WHEELCHAIR.
This option includes a keypad that allows you to conveniently turn the power on/off and increase/reduce speed.
The smart power assist is a lightweight conversion kit for manual wheelchairs that allows you to go up hills and ramps, over thick carpet, long distances, and essentially, anywhere where it is hard to push. It is simple and intuitive to operate. The on/off and two-speed settings can be reached when seated. The options are 2.5 - 5 km/h on low and 2.5 - 8 km/h on high. Simply get going yourself and the power assist will engage within 0.5 seconds to maintain that speed. To speed up or slow down/stop simply grab your wheels and the power assist will adjust accordingly.
Smart Power Assist Benefits:
Increasing your independence
Smart Power assist greatly reduces the number of times you have to push in a day. This helps to reduce fatigue and pain in the shoulders and arms, which means you can get out and about more on your own.
The smart power assist is surprisingly powerful. You can cruise up the steepest ramps and sidewalks. Even a thick padded hotel carpet is no problem. It even has an anti-rollback feature that allows you to stop on a hill and then easily get going again.
The smart power assist is lightweight and easy to install. The system weighs only 6.85kg and simply attaches to the back of the chair. It can be fit on essentially any make and type of wheelchair, including folding, tilt-in-space, one-arm drive, and standing.
- Motor: 8-inch brushless universal wheel motor
- Material: aluminium alloy
- Voltage: 24V lithium battery
- Keypad: wired remote control
- Power: 250W
- Maximum operating current: 3A
- Battery: 6.6Ah Lithium-ion
- Mileage: 20km
- Control system: the use of an intelligent self-help force system.
- Backward self-locking motor function.
- Speed: I: 2.5-5km/h; II:2.5-8km/h
- Weight: 6.85kg
- Installation: suitable for ordinary wheelchairs, easy to assemble, and disassemble.
- Warranty: 30 days
The battery has been charged up before leaving our warehouse. When you charge the battery, please at first insert the output of the charger to the charging hole, and then plug the input in with the alternating current. Red light means it’s on charge; green light means the charging is complete.
Frequently Asked Questions:
(general questions and not related to the product)
1- Can you add a motor to a wheelchair?
Yes, smart power assist drive is compatible with most wheelchairs using two discrete adapters. How does it work? The electric motors that are integrated in the wheel hubs effectively support the wheelchair user which has to put in much less effort to travel greater distances or slopes. A giant headphone-shaped add-on fits over the wheels of any ordinary wheelchair, endowing it with an electric drive. The speed and rotation speed of the wheels can also be adjusted.
2- How do you convert a normal wheelchair to electric?
There are two kinds of attachments for wheelchairs; there are hand Cycles and power packs. Hand Cycles attach to the front of a manual wheelchair, and power packs attach to the back of manual wheelchairs. These manual wheelchair attachments provide an extra burst of propulsion and essentially are a set of batteries that attach onto a manual wheelchair.
3- How to attach power add-on for manual wheelchair?
Attach, power on, pull levers and control the joystick. It's as simple as that! If you want to handle manually, detach the motor by releasing the levers and then you can push the rims of your wheelchair as would normally do.
Considerations: Load Capacity for Wheelchair?
The load capacity of a wheelchair/scooter may change according to the type of ground the wheelchair/scooter is used on.
The supplier’s stated load capacity may have been given for a product that has been tested on a flat ground.
However, the load capacity, performance and stability may change when the product is used on an incline.
These factors, including the maximum gradient on which a wheelchair/scooter should be safely used, must be discussed with the supplier.