for Wheelchair Batteries
and scooters use deep cycle wheelchair batteries
because these batteries provide non stop power supply continuously
for a certain period of time. Generally, batteries for electric
wheelchairs and scooters are the same. But a front wheel drive
scooter may run on a single 12 V battery while electric wheelchairs
require two 12v batteries. These batteries are different from
batteries used for the ignition of automobiles.
there are 3 types of batteries
acid batteries : Lead acid batteries are wet cells. They
are expensive, need regular maintenance. They are not 100%
safe. Risk of acid spillage and blow-up can happen. But they
last long and can yield 20 - 30% more life time.
free Lead acid batteries : They are dry cells. They are
absolutely maintenance free. Completely sealed. No risk involved.
batteries : These wheelchair batteries are most commonly
used batteries in wheelchairs and scooters. They are also
completely sealed. Require zero maintenance. Expensive of
all types of batteries. Absolutely no risk involved. Life
is shorter than other batteries.
chargers : Different batteries use different chargers.
There are basically two different models.
: These charging units are built inside the body of the
chargers : They are separate units and the cost is included
in the price of the wheelchair or the scooter.