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Golf Cart Li-ion Battery

Posted By: acebattery

Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2023

Price: $1.00

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https://www.acebattery.com/products/golf-cart-li-ion-battery-12v160ah-200ah-and-51.2v40ah-50ah.html


Product Introduction of 12V160Ah-200Ah-51.2V40Ah-50Ah Golf Cart Battery
ACE provides the best LiFePO4 battery solution for golf carts, designed to replace lead-acid batteries, with no maintenance, fast charging, longer life, and environmental protection features; developed 36V, 48V, 72V voltage systems, carefully designed with modular ideas The design can expand the capacity and power in series and parallel according to the demand to create a better user experience.


Product Features of 12V160Ah-200Ah-51.2V40Ah-50Ah Golf Cart Battery
Low voltage is 48Vdc. 50Ah or 100Ah
Life cycle: >5000 (80% DOD)
Long service life design
Front / Rear Installation optional
Communication protocols: CANBUS
Easy to extend capacity by paralleled for 51.2V
Easy to extend voltage by series for 12.8V
LiFePO4 cells, safer and more stable
Separate control and protection for charge and discharge processes
Real-time detection of the voltage, current, temperature, SOH, and SOC
Maintenance-friendly
Support for parallel connection


Application Scenarios
2-11 seats Club car / Golf cart
2-11 seats Electric boat
2 seats Electric two wheels
2-11 seats Electric three wheels


Specifications of 12V160Ah-200Ah-51.2V40Ah-50Ah Golf Cart Battery


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