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HELP:

Which Battery?

   

HELP: Battery for Power Wheelchair/Scooter :

Wheelchair Batteries for Dummies :

99% of all Mobility Scooters and Power Wheelchairs use Two, 12 Volt Sealed Lead Acid Batteries. The two batteries are mainly wired in "series" to produce 24 Volts.

Amp Hours is the second major factor when looking at batteries. Basically an Amp Hour (Ah) is the amount of energy a battery holds. The more Amp Hours in a battery the further the mobility vehicle will go. Sounds great but your mobility vehicle is limited to certain size batteries which limits the amount of Amp Hours.
  • 12 Volt - 12Ah or 15Ah, both are the Same size. Usually used in small portable vehicles.
  • 12 Volt - 18Ah or 22 Ah, again, both are same dimensions. Usually used in small portable vehicles to help extend the range.
  • 12 Volt - 31Ah to 36Ah, these are known as U1 Batteries and dimensions are similar. Mainly used in mid size mobility vehicles.
  • 12 Volt - 55Ah, known as NF-22 or NF22 Batteries. Mainly used in large size high weight capacity mobility vehicles.
  • 12 Volt - 75Ah, known as Group 24 Batteries. Used mainly in Heavy Duty mobility vehicles.

In addition, if you have a mobility vehicle that uses 12 Volt - 12Ah batteries you can always upgrade to 12 Volt - 15 Ah batteries due to both being the same size. The same works for 12 Volt - 18Ah batteries, the 12 Volt - 22Ah Batteries are the same size.
 


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