|8.2kWh 51V 160Ah Lifepo4 Battery
|L800* W320* H232mm
8.2kWh Golf Cart Lithium Battery,
MATRIX 51V 160Ah Lifepo4 Battery,
MATRIX Golf Cart Lithium Battery
The golf cart market is evolving as more and more people are taking advantage of their versatile performance. For decades, deep-cycle flooded lead-acid batteries have been the most cost-effective means to power electric golf cars. With the rise of lithium batteries in many high-power applications, many are now looking into the advantages of LiFePO4 batteries in their golf cart.
While any golf cart will help you get around the course or neighborhood, you need to make sure it has enough power for the job. This is where lithium golf cart batteries come into play. They're challenging the lead-acid battery market due to the many benefits that make them easier to maintain and more cost-effective in the long run.
|Factory Sell 51V 160ah Lifepo4 Battery Pack for Golf cart Lifepo4 3.2V
|75KG (165.4 lbs)
|Peak Discharge (10 Seconds)
|Continuous Charge / Discharge Rate
|Capacity (amp hours)
|Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) Cell
|3500 times 80%dod
|Depth of Discharge
|≤3% per month
|Voltage V /Capacity % with button available
Water Dust Resistance
0℃ to 45℃(32℉ to 113℉)
20℃ to 60℃(-4℉ to 140℉)
0℃ to 45℃(32℉ to 113℉)
IP56 or IP67 available
Battery Protection Management System
Automatic Low Voltage Disconnect
Short Circuit Protection
Over Voltage Protection
Over Current Protection
Over Charge Protection
Over Discharge Protection
Over Temperature Protection
Internal Cell Balancing
Advantages of Lithium Golf Cart Batteries over Lead Acid Batteries
Battery Charging Speed
Regardless if you’re using a lead-acid battery or a lithium battery, any electric car or golf cart faces the same flaw: they have to be charged. Charging takes time, and unless you happen to have a second cart at your disposal, that time can put you out of the game for a while. A good golf cart needs to maintain consistent power and speed on any course terrain. Lithium batteries can manage this without a problem, but a lead-acid battery will slow the cart down as its voltage dips. Plus after the charge has dissipated, it takes an average lead-acid battery roughly eight hours to recharge back to full. Whereas, lithium batteries can be recharged up to 80 percent capacity in about an hour, and reach full charge in less than three hours.
Plus, partially-charged lead-acid batteries sustain sulfation damage, which results in significantly reduced life. On the other hand, lithium batteries have no adverse reaction to being less than fully charged, so it's okay to give the golf cart a pit-stop charge during lunch.
Lithium batteries put less strain on the environment. They take significantly less time to fully charge, resulting in using less energy. They do not contain hazardous material, whereas lead-acid batteries, as the name suggests, contain lead which is harmful to the environment.
Battery Cycle Life
How long do golf cart batteries last? Lithium batteries last significantly longer than lead-acid batteries because the lithium chemistry increases the number of charge cycles. An average lithium battery can cycle between 2,000 and 5,000 times; whereas, an average lead-acid battery can last roughly 500 to 1,000 cycles. Although lithium batteries have a high upfront cost, compared to frequent lead-acid battery replacements, a lithium battery pays for itself over its lifetime. Not only does the investment in a lithium battery pay for itself over time, but big savings can be made in the way of reduced energy bills, maintenance costs, and possible repairs that would otherwise need to be made to heavy lead-acid golf cars. They also just perform better overall!
◆ Using the technology of lithium iron phosphate cell, superior safety,thousands of cycles, 100%DOD, under normal conditions.
◆ Built-in automatic protection for over-charge, over discharge, over current and over temperature.
◆ Free of maintenance .
◆ Internal cell balancing.
◆ Lighter weight: About 40% ~50% of the weight of a comparable lead acid battery.
◆ Wider temperature range:-20℃~60℃.
Q1: How long has MATRIX been in business?
A1: MATRIX Battery was founded in 1999. MATRIX's founder-owned and operated a lead-acid battery company for over 20 years prior to founding our company with the goal of developing innovative and efficient energy storage solutions.
Q2: How do MATRIX LiFePO4 batteries perform in cold temperatures?
A2: As with all batteries, cold temperatures will result in reduced performance. LiFePO4 batteries have significantly more capacity and voltage retention in the cold when compared to lead-acid batteries. Important tips to keep in mind: When charging lithium iron phosphate batteries below 0°C (32°F), the charge current must be reduced to 0.1C and below -10°C (14°F) it must be reduced to 0.05C. Failure to reduce the current below freezing temperatures can cause irreversible damage to your battery.
Q3: IS IT DIFFICULT TO SWITCH THE LITHIUM-ION GOLF CART BATTERY ON MY SHOPPING CART?
A3: No. Super easy! Lithium batteries are actually a direct replacement for old lead-acid batteries. To install the lithium battery for golf carts, just remove the lead-acid battery, replace it with a 12V lithium battery, reconnect the cables, and fix the fixing bracket to complete the installation.
When using lithium batteries, you will need less total battery to reach the same charge as the shopping cart … so there may be extra space under your seat after installation. If this bothers your OCD party, you can order some cheap battery blanks from us to fill the extra space.
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