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Power Wheelchair General Specifications

Invacare Ranger X with Power Tilt, Recline, & Leg Lifts

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Model description Invacare Ranger X with Power Tilt, Recline, & Leg Lifts
The Invacare Ranger X power wheelchair with 4-pole motor rear-wheel drive is the heavy duty model of the Storm Series supporting up to 400 pounds. The MK6i™ electronics and ABSA rehab seat allow wheelchair customization to accommodate a wide range of clinical needs.
Turning radius 31.9"
Maximum speed 5.0 mph
Weight capacity 400.0 lbs
Length 32.5"
Width 28.0"
Ground clearance 3.5"
Drive wheels 14.0" solid tires
Front casters 8.0" solid tires
Rear casters 3.0" solid tires
Drive train Two motor rear-wheel drive
Suspension type Spring Shock
Contoured seating available No
Contoured seat width N/A
Contoured seat depth N/A
Contoured seating seat-to-floor height range N/A
Synergy seating available Yes
Synergy seat width range 16.0" - 24.0"
Synergy seat depth range 16.0" - 22.0"
Synergy seating seat-to-floor height range 17.5" - 21.0"
TRU-Balance Yes
Power elevating seat No
Accepts specialty controls Yes
Standard electronics 90 amp MPJ Plus Controller
Battery type Group 24
Number of batteries 2
Battery range 10 miles
Standard battery charger Off-board, 8 amp
Battery weight (per battery) 52 lbs
Base unit weight 243 lbs
Seat weight 0 lbs
Total assembled weight 347 lbs
Usage rating indoor & outdoor heavy duty
Fits in trunk of large car No
Hotrod-like styling/performance Yes
Rehab-capable Yes
Power tilt rehab seat Standard equipment
Stock / Price None in stock
To order, call 800-899-0322, 540-721-3327, or use our contact form.

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