Factory making Easy Operate Folding Electric Wheelchair for Disabled (PW-004) Export to Thailand
Factory making Easy Operate Folding Electric Wheelchair for Disabled (PW-004) Export to Thailand Detail:
|Motor||Brushless motor 300W×2pcs electromagnetic brank|
|Driving range||15km(decided by the weight and road condition)|
|Tires (rear)||16 inch;Tires(front):10 inch|
|Overall width||65cm,seat width:45cm|
|Seat depth||45cm: Overall height:94cm|
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About Quick-run redefines the way you commute , it connects with the world in a and free design like on fire. ride fold it and kid with it even as speed up to 40km/h. output power & 500w(500) complete in light and Led cooler and out. Model: Size: 105*52.5*110cm Weight: 14.5kg Between & Wheels: 770mm 15 Degree 40-50km depends on and ground Type: 36v Dc Brushless Rpm: 960 15 N.m. 100v-240v be used Current: 3a Time: 3.5hrs-4hrs
The scooter you see here is a bespoke one-off custom built by Shanghai Customs as a proof of concept. They took a run of the mill Chinese “Vespa”, essentially an unlicensed copy of the iconic Italian design called the “Veipai”, and stripped it back to its bare essentials.
A sidecar was sourced and fitted with custom bracing, and a seat belt was added to offer additional protection for passengers – China’s traffic can be a little dicey after all.
Propulsion is handled with a 2000 Watt electric motor installed in the rear hub, with a 200 Amp controller, and electricity provided by 8 x 12 Volt lead acid car batteries hooked up in sequence to produce 96 Volts total. The biggest difficulty the team at Shanghai Customs faced was fitting the batteries into the relatively small vehicle, it was also necessary due to the weight of the batteries and sidecar to rig the Veipai with a reverse button – to make parking far less strenuous.
The top speed of the scooter is between 80 and 90 km/h, and thanks to Chinese law it doesn’t need a license plate due to the fact that it’s electric. It’s also classed as a “car” due to the sidecar, so it could theoretically be driven on the highway – although you’d need a be a brave individual to attempt it.
Range is approximately 60 kilometres per charge, and the owner uses it as his daily transport in the scenic French Quarter of Shanghai – an area with classic architecture, a buzzing night life, and a large expatriate community.
Shanghai Customs web page https://www.sh-customs.com/
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