KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS NOTES TO HAND FOR EASE OF REFERENCE
“Understanding your stairlift”
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR USERS WITH A POWERED HINGE Using the arm control will start the lift in motion. When the lift reaches or leaves the programmed hinge zone the stairlift will stop and the powered hinge will be automatically raised or lowered at the bottom of the staircase
Understanding your stairlift
Ensure that only an authorized and qualified trained engineer installs and services your stairlift.
Under no circumstance should anyone other than an engineer trained and authorized to install, adjust, service or modify any mechanical or electrical device on the product. Failureto follow this warning may result in safety system compromises which could result in serious injury.
The Stair lift owner is required to inspect the following functions months: General operation of the Stair lift. The operation of the safety sensors. Rail and carriage are free of debris. Once a year, it is mandatory to call your stairlift repair company to perform the annual inspection, that includes all maintenance and safety inspections and repairs where necessary.
Regular maintenance is essential for keeping your stairlift in proper operating condition.
We strongly recommend that you only use authorized engineers to perform all
required maintenance, service and repair work.
The pictures here →
shows a stairlift on the left hand side wall as you looking up of the stairs.
- Status indicator
- Safety Edges
- Charging points
- Seat swivel release paddle
- Direction controller
Turn Your Stairlift On
Use The Picture On The Right For Reference.If no power you need to call a stairlift engineer out.
|A1||Batteries are not being recharged, A1 flashing on the fault indicator, and hear a beep alarm. The stairlift will beep intermittently for 60 seconds and stop entering hibernation mode. The stairlift will beep intermittently every 20 seconds and the fault indicator will go blank.||Make sure the mains electricity supply should always be switched on and the stairlift parked on its charge points. The symbol will display C1 when charging or C4 when fully charged. If the batteries have lost their charge because the mains electricity supply has been switched off, or interrupted, allow them to recharge before using the stairlift|
|A2||Moving Up||No action required|
|A4||Moving Up (Remote control)|
|A5||Moving Down (Remote control)|
|A9||Stairift waiting for hinge to operate|
|C1||“Normal” Stairlift is on charring mode|
|C4||Batteries are fully charged|
|E1||Down side foot sensitive safety edge has been activated.||Check for obstructions.|
|E2||UP side foot sensitive safety edge has been activated||Check for obstructions.|
|E3||Under foot plate sensitive safety edge has been activated||Check for obstructions.|
|E4||Down side sensitive safety edge has been activated||Check for obstructions.|
|E5||Up side sensitive safety edge has been activated||Check for obstructions.|
|E6||The seat is swivelled away from its operating position|
|F5||Battery flat – Audible alarm||Press the arm switch control or the remote control once to stop the alarm. Bring the unit down to the nearest charging station.|
|F7||Safety gear is on!||Contact your stairlift Repair Company immediately.|
- Level Motor Encoder
- Drive Motor Encoder
- Main Motor Brake
- Drive Motor Positive
- Drive Motor Negative
- Battery Positive
- Battery Negative
- Left Hand PSE (Pressure Sensitive Edge)
- Final Limit
- Right hand PSE (Pressure Sensitive Edge)
- Battery Positive
- Battery Negative
- Level Motor Negative
- Level Motor Positive
The Acorn 180 Stairlift is a DC electrically powered designed
If used correctly, it will provide many years of safe,reliable service.
It is designed to carry one person weighing no more than 120kg (264lbs/18.8 stone)