- Power switch
- LCD for battery capacity, error codes, speed and milage
- Speed selection (0.37 – 3.73 mph)
- Button for menu and horn
- Removable hand rest
- 14 programmable parameters
- Automatic power-save
- Various motor ratings available (for persons with a weight of up to 264.55 lbs or 352.74 lbs respectively)
- Motor, brake and gear box in the wheel hub
- Simple wheel fitting and removal without use of tools
- Various wheel sizes available (12 1/2″, 22″, 24″, puncture-proof or puncture-protected)
- Conversion of manual wheels to ½” stub axle for an additional charge
- Simply uncouple the e-fix wheels to allow manual operation
- e-fix increases the wheelchair width by approx. 0.78 – 1.97 inch
Battery pack with bag and distribution interface:
- Range up to 9.94 miles with the 12 Ah battery pack (depending on the ground surface, the weight of the person, the temperature, wheelchair settings and the type of terrain being crossed)
- Easy to remove, only 19.84 lbs
- Fuses are in the battery pack
- Integrated carrying handle
- A bigger battery pack (22 Ah) that offers a range of up to 18.64 miles is available as an option
- The battery pack can be charged while still on the wheelchair or when separated
- Spare battery available as optional extra
- Simple removal of the interface through an ergonomically designed quick-release mechanism
Automatic Quick Charger
- Automatic adaptation to mains voltage (90–240 V)
- Removable mains power cable
- Automatic charging and switch-off mechanism
- Battery capacity indicator
- Charging time approx. 5 hours (12 Ah battery pack)
Frequently Asked Questions:
Can I use e-fix on my wheelchair?
The e-fix can be used with most models of wheelchairs. Bracket to attach the drive wheels are fastened onto the frame of the wheelchair. The manual wheel for your wheelchair can normally still be used.
How fast does the e-fix travel?
You can continuously vary the maximum speed of the e-fix between 1.2 and 6 kph. Thus you can find your optium travelling speed. In addition, further driving settings offer you individual driving convenience, depending on your personal needs and circumstances.
How many versions of e-fix are there?
The e-fix has been designed for a permitted maximum total weight of 374 lb. The optionally available reinforced wheels with a higher rating can be used to a permittel maxium total weight of 462 lb. The standard version of the e-fix has wheels of size 22″ or 24″. The version for people weighing up to 352.74 lbs has wheels available in sizes 12″ ans 24″.
Is the e-fix only intended for “self-drivers”?
No! The holder that is available as an accessory allows the control unit to be installed in the push handles of the wheelchair. The e-fix thus makes it easier for the attandant to push the chair. The intuitive attandant control (accessory) makes operation by another person really easy.
How far can I travel with one charge of the battery?
Depending on the weight of the person, the sort of terrain, the temperature, the wheelchair settings and the surface of ground, one charge of the battery is good for up to 9.94 miles. You can increase the range up to 18.64 miles with the optionally available bigger battery pack.
How steep a ramp or gradiant can the e-fix cope with?
The e-fix can manage gradiants and slopes of up to 20%, depending on the wheelchair settings, the weight of the occupant and the ground. It is essential to follow the instructions of the wheelchair manufacturer in this case.
Can the e-fix also be taken into a car?
Yes! The modular structure makes it possible. All the e-fix components can be easily removed from the wheelchair without needing any tools, and hence save space when loaded into the back of any car. Your wheelchair can still be folded up.
How much does the e-fix weigh?
– Drive wheels: 17.2 lbs/each
– Battery pack: 19.84 lbs
– Control unit: 1.1 lbs
– interface: 3.09 lbs
– Total weight: 58.42 lbs
What accessories are available for the e-fix?
Anti-tippers with a swivelling and jack-up function to make it easy to remove the drive wheels, swivelling arm to allow you to get closer up to tables, various types of attendant controls to optionally allow the e-fix to be used as an pushing aid, and much more. (more in chapter “accessories”)