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    Leg bag emptier prototype [wireless]

    My friend John electrical engineer made this prototype for me. It weighs about 1lbs and attaches to leg bag tubing. It is operated by a wireless remote. He is working on reducing the size and weight of it. I will be testing this for 2 weeks, and if it passes the test, it will be up for sale for manual as well as power chairs.




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    whats up mac, dam i havent been on CC for a long time. just saw this post. thats a awesome idea. theres already something like that out there but its super expensive. shit get it to be under $200 and ill buy one, even though i just empty it once a day ;-)
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    I just got done testing using a regular 9v battery, didn't pass the test... he is making a lithium-ion battery pack that will most likely hold charge for a week on one charge... he'll also make it more affordable then most companies that rip us off.
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    keep me informed i can drain my own bag but that is pretty cool i might need it one day

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    Quote Originally Posted by larry1975 View Post
    keep me informed i can drain my own bag but that is pretty cool i might need it one day
    he decided to completely re-design this prototype, update coming soon
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    Hey Mac any updates on this?

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    Still working on making it smaller and so it can hold a 4-6 day charge w/o charging it everyday
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    Just have him make it so you can swap out the rechargeable battery packs. When one dies swap in another, you'd really only need it to last ~2 days

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