Standing Powered Wheelchair
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|Name||Standing Powered Wheelchair||Model||GVS1701_STG|
|Overall size||1110*630*1280mm||Net Weight||115kg|
|Seat size||450*500mm||Backrest height||650mm|
|Height between seat and
|510mm||Max loading weight||100kg|
|Armrest height||290mm||Battery||12V 40AH*2pcs|
|Front wheel diameter||12 inch||Battery charger||AC 220 (110V) ±10%
|Rear wheel diameter||8 inch||Max driving distance||≥20km|
|Motor (*2pcs)||250W||Max safe slope||6°|
|Degree of protection||IPX3||Climbing angle||6°|
|Turning radium||≤1.2m||Obstacle climbing||40mm|
|Reversing width||1.4m||Backrest adjust angle||≥30°|
|Tire pressure||2Kgf/m2||Ground clearance||100mm|
- Please keep your hands on the armrest to control the wheelchair.
- Please practice in parks or other safe open places until you can use the wheelchair skillfully.
- Fully practice driving in a safe place, to master principle of moving forward, stopping and turning circles.
- Before driving to the road, please be accompanied by caregivers and confirm it is safe.
- Please strictly follow traffic rules of the pedestrian, do not regard yourself as vehicle driver.
- Please drive on the sidewalk and the zebra crossing. Do not drive on vehicle lane.
- Steadily drive, to avoid driving in ‘Z’ line or sharp turn.
- Please keep pressure of pneumatic tire properly, the abnormal tire pressure may cause unsteady driving or excessive lost of current.
Accompanied by Caregivers or Avoid Driving in These Conditions:
- Drive in bad weather, such as rainy day, heavy fog, strong wind, snow, etc.
- In case of wheelchair is wet out, wipe the water immediately.
- Drive on the bad road condition, such as muddy, trail, sand road, gravel, etc.
- Drive on crowed road.
- Drive on no fence side ditch, pond, etc.
- When you have to across railway, pause at turnoff to confirm it is safe, and make sure that the tires will not be stuck by railway
- The electric wheelchair is only for personal use, do not carry people or goods, and do not for a traction purposes.
Precautions for Uphill and Downhill:
- Avoid driving on following places: steep hills, tilt places, high steps, channels etc.
- Avoid driving on steep slopes, the slope range should be less than 9 degrees. Please carefully operate the control when drive on slopes.
Keep moving forward during uphill or downhill.
- Slow down speed during downhill.
- Avoid driving sideways on the steep.
- Forbid driving on the stairs place and avoid crossing high steps.
- Avoid crossing wide ditches.
- During crossing ditches, keep 90° angel between tires and the ditches.
The Health Benefits of Standing Wheelchairs
Those of us who can stand don’t realize the awesome benefits of having this ability. There are natural health benefits from being able to change posture. If someone has to sit in one position for extended periods of time, health problems can naturally occur. Doctors have documented the benefits of standing equipment in medical journals over the years.
Physical Benefits of Standing Wheelchairs
Urinary Health:Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) are prevalent with wheelchair users. But, researchers have found that employing a standing machine or standing wheelchair will significantly reduce UTIs.
Circulation:Altering posture allows the blood to circulate around the whole body. For instance, sitting down in one place will cause the blood to stagnate and cut down blood flow to other areas of the body.
Spasticity:Remaining in one place, like sitting down, could cause muscle spasticity. Switching position will help loosen up the muscles and decrease spasticity.
Bowel Function:Inadequate bowel performance is a regular problem among wheelchair users. But, based on many scientific studies, standing up exercises might substantially improve bowel performance. Even while using a standing wheelchair the outcomes are similar.
Pressure Sores:Pressure sores happen from steady force on one spot of the body. Having the ability to stand upright in a wheelchair assists with the distribution of your body weight and promote healing of bed sores.
Contractures:Sitting down for an extended time might cause the joints as well as muscles to tense up. Standing up allows the muscles to be stretched out and exercised, reducing the level of tightness you feel in joints and muscles.
Bone Density:Certain research reveals that standing wheelchairs could improve bone density. The reason being that standing up places extra pounds on your bones compared to sitting down.
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