How long are power wheelchair/scooter batteries supposed to last?
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I suggest the following answer by assuming you use the power bank for a smartphone with battery capacity of 2500 mah.
40k/2500=16. This indicates that the power bank will recharge your phone about 16 times from 0% to 100% before you’ll need to recharge it.
However, you also need to be aware of standard lost energy of 15–20%; so you end up with 12 to 13 times at best. This is because heat is generated when you use your power bank. That heat amounts to lost energy. Other factors also affect performance such as temperature and ability of your phone to tap/convert energy. Another factor is the age and lifecycle of the power bank so take a look at http://healthyhowardmd.org/blog/ease-of-mobility-manual-or-powered-wheelchair/
Batteries will generally last a minimum of 6 months. Does Private Insurance and/or Medicare cover replacement batteries? Yes, Private Insurance and/or Medicare will issue new batteries for power wheelchairs and scooters. If your batteries do not maintain a charge we would be happy to arrange a set to be sent to you. Return to top > Can I pay for a repair or parts with cash or credit card? At this time, Wheelchair and Scooter Repair does not accept cash or credit cards for parts or repairs. My power chair/scooter is under a year old and in-warranty, can you fix it? Yes, however, we must be given a formal work order by either the manufacturer of your power wheelchair or scooter or the medical supply company that issued it. We do not perform in-warranty repairs directly for end users. Please have the company that provided you with your power wheelchair or scooter call our in-warranty department at 1-888-584-3095 x. 209. Return to top > I have medical equipment such as a manual wheelchair,