Wheelchair stair climber N956
crawler

wheelchair stair climber
wheelchair stair climber
wheelchair stair climber
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Characteristics

Applications
for wheelchairs
Other characteristics
crawler

Description

New SHERPA tracked stair climber series basic version with reinforced structure. Max load 150 Kg. SHERPA N956 is the tracked stair KSP climber basic version. The product presents new electronic making the machine even more reliable with better performances. High driving comfort thanks to soft breaks and departures. New easy and intuitive control panel. Multifunctional display positioned on tiller control panel, it supplies to the customer a self-diagnosis system integrated in the machine and stable information for a machine assisted-guide. Equipped with emergency stop button and with safety belt. It presents a reinforced structure. Max load 150Kg. A completely renewed electronic at the service of safety and simplicity of use The display placed on the control panel allows the stable monitoring of the stair climber ensuring safety during its operations. Messages on the display guide the operator and assist him to guarantee a proper use of the machine ensuring safety and simplicity. Acoustic and descriptive messages on the interactive display alert the operator, assisting him during each stage of the operations reporting any manoeuvring errors. The machine is constantly monitored and any problems or malfunctions are promptly reported on the display. Visual messages and acoustic alarms which ensure an extremely safe use: • Low battery alarm, motion inhibited. • Visual and acoustic alarm for low battery. • Expressive load signal. • On excessive slopes, acoustic signal. • On negative inclination, non reversal acoustic signal.

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