Q&A: how does an electric wheelchair work?

Posted on 10. Dec, 2010 by Rise and Recline Chair in rise and recline chair

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4 Responses to “Q&A: how does an electric wheelchair work?”

  1. Puhhh-Tr!c3

    10. Dec, 2010

    There’s electric wheel chairs?

    I thought you have to move them manuallly?

  2. billrussell42

    10. Dec, 2010

    You plug it into the wall outlet and that charges the battery.

    Most of Vietnam operates at 220 V 50Hz, so be sure you get one that operates under that voltage and frequency. The US is 120 volts 60Hz.

    Also check that the house has electric power and it is at the 220 volts 50 Hz level, lots of that country have no power, and some have a non-standard voltage.


  3. drugs are bad

    10. Dec, 2010

    You put 2 aa batteries in a slot in the back, and she’s ready to go!

  4. Madkins007

    10. Dec, 2010

    Shipping power chairs is really expensive, and you want to make sure that the charger is compatible with the local voltage, and that the batteries and repair parts can be obtained locally. It is generally better to find a way to purchase a local chair.