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Empowering Technicians: We Got the Power - Batteries and Chargers

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Batteries are the lifeblood of any good complex mobility device. Proper prescription and care of the batteries is essential. The majority of service calls are related to power and the path it takes to get to the electronics. Proper charging and choosing the appropriate charger and practices can ensure the user gets the most out of their batteries. This one-hour technical webinar will cover leading battery technology in the industry, size and construction, when to use and replace, and best practices for charging, storing, and reviving dead batteries.

Objectives
Upon completion of this webinar participants will be able to:

  1. Identify which battery charger size and technology best meet users driving and environment.
  2. Access batteries on all Quickie Power products.
  3. Troubleshoot battery related issues and when it is recommended to replace.

Presented by Dan Critchfield, ATP – Technical Education Director

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