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Any sitting surface with wheels attached that is propelled by an electrically based power source, often motors and batteries are known as an electric wheelchair, also known as an electric-powered wheelchair, motorized wheelchair, or powerchair.
Electric wheelchairs utilize either a direct drive system or an indirect drive system. Power-base wheelchairs employ direct drive systems (gearboxes), whereas traditional electric wheelchairs use indirect drive systems (pulleys and drive belts). Modern electric wheelchairs almost universally have a power base with a direct drive mechanism.
A typical electric wheelchair requires two 12-volt batteries connected in series for a total of 24 volts. Electric wheelchairs can use wet cell batteries, gel batteries, or absorbent glass mat (AGM) batteries. Batteries for electric wheelchairs are often rechargeable.
The UAE Electric Wheelchair Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Falcon Mobility launched the Ultra-Lite 2, a revolutionary lightweight electric wheelchair. The business hopes that by launching this product, it would make it easier for caregivers to move their wards’ personal mobility aids to and from a vehicle for the elderly and disabled populations.
This design is a development of the well-liked Ultra-Lite ‘D’ motorized wheelchair from Falcon Mobility. The Ultra-Lite 2 is one of the lightest and most portable wheelchair alternatives, weighing only 16 kilos when the battery and footrest are not included.
It has an enhanced controller that gives riders more maneuverability and makes the ride considerably smoother. Even better, the forthcoming model will include an attendant control bracket that enables carers to attach the controller to the wheelchair’s handle.
The Ultra-Lite 2 has also received further quality-of-life improvements to make it more convenient for its users and their caretakers.
It is now simpler for caregivers to move their patients from the bed to the wheelchair and vice versa thanks to the device’s armrests, which can be turned up to allow patient transfer from the side.
Additionally, the Ultra-Lite 2 has a dedicated USB connector for mobile devices, so if the user or caregiver’s smartphone runs out of energy while they are outside, they can now charge their phones with the wheelchair using a USB connection.
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