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[EW] Observer Bush 4x4 Wheelchair (CAEATI)

Stockcode: MASS OB-EW-010 (Bush

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Description

The Observer Bush 4x4 Electric Wheelchair is now available in a narrower wheelbase for those desiring a slimmer version 4x4 Electric Wheelchair. This machine will go just about anywhere.   Also available in a Beach 4x4 model.

Product Details:

 

Australian Standards/ ISO Standards: Yes

Crash Tested for use as a chair in a Vehicle: Yes

MASS SOA Listed: Yes

Load Capacity: 150kg

Material: Rustproof aluminium shroud that will take the knock of being out in the bush.

Length: 1450mm

Width: 720mm

Height: 1260mm

Seat to Floor: 530mm

Height (seat folded to fit vehicle):  900mm

Seat: 16, 18 and 20 inch Max Sport Comfort Seating, with adjustable arm rests and extra thick seat.

Lights: LED lighting system saving battery power

Batteries: 4 x 12V/27ah 

Charge Time: 8-10 hours

Charger: 12ah

Operating Time: Up to 3 hours depending on terrain

Drive Motor: New quiet 2 x 1350 watt/4 pole motor (POWER PLUS)

Controller: PG R - NET Controller System (LCD) easier operation, original fittings imported from England, high reliability.

Drive Manner: Genuine 4 wheel drive (TURNS IN ITS OWN CIRCLE) with a maximum output rotate speed of 90rpm. Skid turning system.

Brake: Electromagnetic breaking

Suspension: No

Max Speed: 7km/h

Wheels: 420mm x 90mm solid

Ground Clearance: 105mm

Load Capacity: 150kg

Weight: W / batteries 170kg

Turning Radius: TURNS IN ITS OWN CIRCLE 490mm

Slope Climb:  Up to 15 deg 

 

NOTE:  All mobility scooters and electric wheelchairs are programmed to the comply with Australian Safety Standards.

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