E-motion M15 Makes Your chair Easier to Operate
E-motion joins together increased mobility with therapeutic potential. If a rider is not used to self-propelling their wheelchair the E-motion M15 will help them to get around on their own. It allows them to stay active and mobile while training and improving their vitality and skills. Joint and muscle strain can be reduced because very little effort is needed while using the M15 power assist. It legitimately increases an individual's radius of mobility and boosts their self-sufficiency.
The E-motion M15 is a Great Wheelchair Accessory
E-motion has a top-of-the-line drive design with durable productive electric motors using lithium-ion batteries. In 2008 the e-motion M15 won the "Focus Green 2008" award for international design, a best innovation award at REHACARE. You'll be able to start moving strong with this wheelchair power assist.
The M15 comes with an Ergonomic Control System (ECS) which can be used to customize the function of your chair even further. This handheld remote allows the user to switch e-motion on and off while in the chair in addition to selecting between two power stages to adjust the level of power assistance. The remote can also activate a rollback delay function to make traversing steep gradients easier. The remote's large buttons makes control easy. The level of power assistance and length of time the motor runs after the rim is pushed can be adjusted with the ECS as well.
The E-motion M15 Gives You the Extra Push You Need
The extra boost from the gearless drive system will let you go where you want when you want with a minimum of sound and the motors built into the wheels look discrete and natural. The e-motion M15 uses a sensor system to provide the perfect level of power assistance with every push applied to the wheel rims. The M15 gives you the strength and power to go further, to more places and easily navigate sloped surfaces with the power assistance brake pulse.
The E-motion M15 Fits Your Needs
It fits nearly all wheelchairs available on the market right now. Nearly all manual propulsion chairs can be fitted with the e-motion with a mounting bracket that comes with the kit. The current wheels are simply replaced with the e-motion drive wheels, to continue using the wheelchair you want.
The new wheels are mounted to the wheelchair frame using brackets and you can still use the original manual wheels. This system will always give you the option to use manual or power assist.
The E-motion M15 is Easy to Transport
This system is designed for optimal performance, easy and convenient transportation so you can store the chair easily in a vehicle while traveling. The wheels are easily detached from the frame and the wheelchair can still be folded even with the wheels attached. The kit comes with a battery charger which operates from 100-240 volts and can adapt to any voltage in between without additional user input. Finally, the batteries can be easily removed from the wheels and transported separately and safely during flights.
E-motion M15 Features and Benefits
- Powered by Durable, lightweight and long lasting Lithium-Ion Batteries
- Fits nearly any wheelchair
- Intelligent sensor detects rider needs
- Quickly and easily stored
- Automatic battery charger
- Increases the riders' mobility range
- Available in multiple wheel sizes
- Available puncture protection and failsafe tires
- Reaches speeds up to 9.6 mph
E-motion M15 Specifications
- 25.2 V; 6.0 Ah; Lithium-ions, leak-proof and maintenance-free
- Charger (input): 100-240 V AC
- Charger (output): 30 V DC
- Operating voltage: 25.2 V
- Speed: support 0 - 3.73 mph
- Power-rating: 2 x 60W
- Climbing capability: restricted to wheelchair model
- Range: approx. 15.53 miles
- Maximum permitted total weight: 286 lbs
- Weight of components: Wheels (2) each 22 lb
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Product QuestionsDoes Medicare help with cost of power assist wheels for wheelchair, and if so what information is needed?
Hi, I was wondering if you guys have any rental power assists chairs for me to try out? I have cerebal palsy and i have a hard time pushing my chair up steep ramps.