Maintenance
ATTO should be lubricated every 6 months at least, following the simple instructions in your owner’s manual. This requires no special skills and can be done by everyone. All lubrication points are easily accessible. Please watch the instructional video to see how it is done: http://driveandcarry.com.au/videos/

Motor
To allow smooth and continuous drive over many years and large distances and a smooth driving experience we developed a unique, fully customized, brushless, permanent magnet DC motor (BLDC), combining solid core and powerful gear along with robust braking mechanism.

Battery
ATTO’s standard battery that is currently shipped is 250 W/h. We will also offer a small 100 W/h and large 450 W/h, both will be available late 2016.
ATTO uses a powerful, yet compact and lightweight 48 Volts “non-spillable” lithium-Ion battery, and a UL and CE approved charger with self-shutdown functionality for safety and for extended battery and charger lifetime.

Air Travel
According to IATA a mobility scooter Li-Ion battery is limited to 350 W/h. Most airlines staff are not aware of this figure and will sometimes require a maximum of 150 W/h (the IATA’s limit for laptop batteries), at which point you may present them with the battery certification documents you received with ATTO.
ATTO’s standard battery that is currently shipped is 250 W/h.
We will also offer a small 100 W/h and large 450 W/h, both will be available late 2016.
Hence, most airlines will allow you to board the ATTO into the cabin, where it can be stored in the overhead compartments. Otherwise it can be stored in the baggage hold.

Service life
ATTO’s expected service life is 10 years and it will extend much longer provided care and maintenance procedures are carefully followed.
All of our batteries are certified using two standards:
Safety: IEC 62133
Sea and Air Transport: UN 38.3

Safety tests and Standards
The ATTO Mobility Scooter is designed to comply with the following international safety requirements for medical electrical equipment:
Safety: EN 12182 and ISO 7176-15 EMC: ISO 7176-21
Risk Management: ISO 14971
Regulatory Compliance: EEC: Annex V of 93/42/EEC
The European Medical Devices Directive of 93/42/EEC classifies the ATTO Mobility Scooter as a Class I device.
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Structure
ATTO is built using aviation grade aluminium, high-tech plastics, nylon enforced ABS and PU filled non-pneumatic tires.