How to Charge Dead Wheelchair Battery?
hi guys today I just bought a new
well not new by used wheelchair and I’m
going to show you how to charge the dead
battery on your wheelchair I will
probably use this wheelchair for my next
project I’m going to build a new remote
control lawn mover another one so if you
interested in that just subscribe I’m
hoping to build a new lawn mover over
the winter time so as you see the
wheelchair is not even turning on
because the battery is dead and they
will not if the battery is dead that
charger will not charge your battery so
you have to trick the charger to make
sure it’s charging so how I do that is I
got a 12 volt charger from sorry for
the mess from the kids ride on toy from
the car and I strip the wires on the
other side it’s 12 volt I don’t know if
you can see it right there see I put I
just strip the wires and I put them up
in there just jammed it in there was a
so I’ll connect to the metal inside let me
show you how I did it
just like that put it in make sure the
metal is touching them and let me put
let me put it on together again see if I
can do it again you just have to make
sure you do plus to plus and minus to
minus on one of the batteries you
don’t need to do two just one of the
batteries you just have to do it to
trick the charger because if it’s read
the batteries is dead it’s not going to
charge it so there you go so now I’m
just going to plug in the charger I’m
going to plug in the charger and I’m
going to plug this charger for a little
bit and plug it back in so after you can
that wire the charger you’ll see it’s
green and orange which is right there
the battery is like halfway on so I just
leave that charger on for I don’t know
maybe like 5-10 minutes and then I’m
gonna disconnect it and let this charger
to fully charge the batteries and that’s
how you trick your wheelchair charger
because like I said if it’s if your
battery’s totally dead it’s not going to
charge nothing it just going to blink
like the power is on and it won’t even
say that the battery’s dead or not in
just blinking but now it’s charging
thank you for watching and like I said
you can subscribe you can like the video
if you liked it and if it was helpful
for you and subscribe for my lawn mower
build thank you bye bye
- LFP1235 Sealed Lead Acid Rechargeable Maintenance Free Battery, Size: 7.68 x 5.12 x 7.09 inches. Quantity: 2 x Battery ( with Screws, but no wire harness or mounting).
- Compatible with 24 Volt Electric Wheelchair, if Put 2 Battery in Series, It Could Get 24V Voltage.
- Depend on the Devices, It May Need to Put More Together to Get Enough Voltage or Capacity, Used For Jazzy Select GT Power Chair, Pride Mobility Jazzy Select 6, Trolling Motor, Power Patrol SLA1156, Lawn Garden Tractor Riding Mower, Invacare Pronto M50 M51 M61 M71 Booster, Solar Panel Wind Energy Storage, Industrial and Medical Equipment, Golf Carts, Portable Tools, Emergency Lighting, Leisure RV Camping, etc.
- Replace 31Ah 32Ah 33Ah 34Ah 36Ah MX-123 MX-12310 ES33-12 PS33-12D CSB GP12340 BP35-12 CLTXPA1235C TR35-12 U1-35.
- With 30 Day Return Policy and 1 Year Warranty.
Wheelchair Battery Review
Using a battery charger in your wheelchair is one of the best things you can do to keep it working well. Here are some important things you need to know about charging your wheelchair batteries.
When you go into the store and look at the battery packs that are on the market you will find that they all have different types of batteries that are included with them. There are some that work better than others, but most of them will have rechargeable batteries in them. This means you don’t have to run out and buy more batteries because you don’t have a charger on your wheelchair. They will be able to charge in the store or even in the back seat of your car.
When you do finally get around to picking up the charger for your wheelchair, you should make sure you check for the size and type of battery that it comes with. You may not think that this is important but it really is. If the battery in your wheelchair has been damaged then it can cause your battery to be unable to hold any power, meaning you won’t be able to use your wheelchair anymore.
One of the most important pieces of advice when buying a rechargeable battery for your wheelchair is to make sure it has the maximum charge it should. Your battery can be damaged by overcharging. So make sure you only buy the maximum you can use to avoid having to replace the whole battery. The same goes for discharging it too much. Make sure you use a battery that’s just right for your particular battery pack.
The last thing you need to be aware of is to make sure that you do your research. You will want to make sure that the rechargeable battery is safe and meets all of your standards. You can learn about this information from the manufacturers’ websites.
With that knowledge you will be able to purchase a battery for your wheelchair that will work well with the batteries on your wheelchair and still allow you to travel with it without worrying about being stranded. Make sure you know how to use these tips to help keep your wheelchair battery going strong so you can enjoy your mobility until you are ready to take it off again.
No one wants to lose their mobility just because they didn’t invest in a battery pack for their wheelchair. It is easier than you think to purchase a rechargeable battery for your wheelchair and be on your way to your mobility again.
By following these tips, you will find that buying rechargeable battery packs for your wheelchair is easier than you think. Just follow a few simple tips and you will have an idea of how to get your wheelchair battery pack ready for use.
Dr. Jacob Rispler / Dr. Dave Miles. Last update on 2021-01-25 / Disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate a Community Clinic Association team earns from qualifying purchases.