There's something wrong with your clients Mobility Scooter or Powered Wheelchair, and you think it has to be the batteries or battery charger.
There are many devices in the medical field that have Valve Regulated Lead-Acid (VRLA) batteries installed.
Ever wondered how to make your mobility scooter batteries last that little bit longer? Wanting to get the best return on your investment?
Every mobility scooter owner needs a quick hack list of to do's to get the most out of their mobility scooter batteries. But what's recommended?
Wanting to ensure the mobility scooter or powered wheelchair battery charger is working correctly? Is there a quick way of checking the status of the battery charger?
Worried you might overcharge your batteries? Scared your batteries may bulge and become ruined? The answer to this question lies in the charger.
When looking after your deep cycle battery, it's essential to ensure you use the correct battery charger.
High quality, reliable rechargeable batteries are essential for powering any mobility scooter or electric wheelchair.
Like the longevity of most products, the answer to how long your battery will last depends on a few vital but simple factors.
A deep cycle battery is the power source for your Mobility Scooter or Powered Wheelchair. A correctly maintained Deep Cycle battery is vital to the performance of your Mobility equipment.
Mobility technicians understand that Mobility Scooter or Powered Wheelchair call-outs can often be related to an issue with the battery. However, these battery issues may not ultimately be a battery fault.
A high quality and reliable rechargeable battery is essential for powering any mobility scooter or electric wheelchair. Gel batteries are widely used in mobility aids as opposed to AGM batteries. Over the years, many of our customers have asked us why this is the case.
Travelling by plane and unsure if you can take your mobility scooter or powered wheelchair batteries with you on your flight? We get asked about travelling with mobility batteries fairly frequently. So we have taken the time to research and have spoken to airlines such as QANTAS in regards to their battery policies.
So you’re planning to travel overseas and need to be able to use your mobility scooter or powered wheelchair. You’re probably wondering if your battery charger will work or if you will need to purchase a new charger which will be compatible in the country you are travelling to. Here at Valen, we get asked about this a lot!
Neglecting to charge Mobility Scooter or Powered Wheelchair batteries could reduce your scooters' driving power and interrupt the freedom you've come to rely upon and enjoy! However, if you follow the instructions below, your Mobility Scooter or Powered Wheelchair will always be ready to take you wherever you need to go and when you want to go.