Jax Dee wrote:I have nothing useful to add but I wanted to say I think this is such a wonderful idea and I really hope you see your vision come to fruition. I'm not in a wheelchair yet but I definitely have mobility issues and seeing the passion others put into the thought of providing an experience for those of us who might otherwise miss out is so wonderfully inspiring. Thank you!
GreyCoyote wrote:A quick feature request to consider during the build: How about putting a couple of permanently mounted and publically accessible power pigtails on the MV? Might be really useful to pick up a quick charge for those running scooters and e-chairs. Most e-assist chairs take very little current off the 120 volt side, so these loads should not be difficult to supply in the grand scheme of a well-lit MV.
theCryptofishist wrote:Some chairs have the charger built in, others don't. Mine doesn't, but I have rented one that has. It seems convenient, but it would be dreadful to have the charger die, and take the otherwise healthy chair with it.
Input: 115/230 VAC
60/50 Hz 3/1.5 A
I have had three electric chairs, and they all have the same imput. I have 4 (I think) chargers. Three were pretty much identical, shape, fan, leds. The fourth is different, it doesn't have a fan, but it stands on the "small side" (not the end) so I'm guessing it doesnt' need cooling. I not going over to check what says about input and output.
theCryptofishist wrote:So, do I buy one? Make one? (or more accurately when it comes to me and electricity, ask someone to make one for me?)
Misti wrote: The alternator on the truck is 60A and at half load it could charge 20 chairs.
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