Avoid bumping your joystick control system. Be careful not to strike obstacles
with the joystick control system when you drive. Never drop the joystick control
When transporting your wheelchair, make sure that the joystick control system is
well protected. Avoid damage to cables.
2.2 Operating Conditions
Your control system uses industrial-grade components throughout, ensuring
reliable operation in a wide range of conditions. However, you will improve the
reliability of the control system if you keep exposure to extreme conditions to a
Do not expose your control system or its components to dampness for
prolonged periods. If the control system becomes contaminated with food or
drink, clean it off as soon as possible.
3.1 On/Off Switch and Battery Gauge
The on/off switch applies power to the control system electronics, which in turn
supply power to the wheelchair's motors. Do not use the on/off power switch to
stop the wheelchair unless there is an emergency. (If you do, you may shorten
the life of the wheelchair drive components).
The battery gauge shows you that the wheelchair is switched on. It also
indicates the operating status of the wheelchair. Details are given in chapter 4
When the wheelchair is switched on, each of the LEDs on the Joystick Module
will briefly illuminate. If any of the LEDs do not illuminate, contact your service