|Weight:||72kg (159lbs)||IP Rate:||IP67|
|Cycle Life:||> 2000 Cycles||Self Discharge:||<3% Per Month|
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Lithium batteries under normal use will provide you over 10 years of maintenance free service! While lead acid will last just 3-5 years based on how well you maintain the batteries .
For golf carts, the main advantage of LiFePO4 battery packs is their longevity. It proves much more convenient and cost-effective than replacing deep-cycle lead acid batteries every two or three years. Furthermore, opportunity charging means that the battery can be quickly topped up at the halfway house or nineteenth hole.
|Nominal Capacity||100 Ah|
|Energy||Normal energy||8.06 KWh|
|Standard Discharge 25°C||Max. constant current||100A|
|Standard charge 25℃||Charge Voltage||87.6V|
|Max. constant current||105A|
|Recommended charging current and time||20A|
|Cycle life (0.5C, 25℃)||100% DOD 2000 cycles|
|Operating temperature||Charging: 0℃~45℃|
|Storage temperature||Recommended range: -20℃~45℃|
Why Lithium Batteries ?
It should come as no surprise that standard sealed lead acid (SLA) batteries are incredibly heavy. Lithium golf cart batteries are much lighter. This makes your golf cart easier to maneuver and helps you reach a comfortable speed faster.As an added bonus, lighter golf carts need less power to move. Less power means less drain on the batteries, so you can expect a longer-lasting charge cycle with each use.
The more you use the battery, the lower its total capacity gets. After several hundred charge cycles, the SLA battery will stop charging to 100 percent. Lithium batteries handle more charge cycles than SLA models, letting you get more out of each unit.
As we said earlier, lithium batteries can last longer. And the you’ll spend less on replacements. Over the life of the battery, you’ll spend far less on maintenance costs. But that’s not all. Lithium batteries are more efficient. Their charges tend to last longer. And the less you have to charge your batteries, the less you’ll pay on your electrical bill.
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