12v Battery for electric scooter
Don't disassemble, short circuit of dispose of in fire
We are a lithium battery manufacturer, so we can provide you with customized services:
1.Customized battery size and shell material
2.Customized BMS charging and discharging current
3.Customized connect plug and socket, connector wire
1.Battery can make in series or in parallel according to request.
2.Quality Assurance CONTRACT.
3.On-time delivery of the Agreement.
4.Confidentiality Agreement.(Business Secret CONTRACT)
5.Get the whole-course tracing, from cells selection to pack building
Jinhua hengchuang new energy co., ltd is ever growing batteries and chargers manufacturing and trade combo, building a reputation for both quality of products and service, we have customers all over the world. We specialize in this field for many years with advanced equipment, scientific management techniques, and excellent quality control. We are the most professional batteries and chargers manufacturer and trade enterprise.
Q:How many years will my battery last?
A:The average rider can use a lithium battery for 2-3 years before feeling like it needs to be replaced. This depends on riding conditions, the weight of the rider, amount of use and discharge rate over time. Discharging your lithium battery quickly under high current will lower the battery capacity over time.
Q:How should I charge the battery?
A:To achieve the longest life from your battery it is best to charge the battery after each use or at least once daily if used every day. It should also be charged once every month if not used for a long period of time. All bikes come with smart chargers which stop charging when the battery is at capacity, so it is okay to leave you bike plugged in at all times.
Q:How can I tell that the battery is completely empty ?
A:All of our batteries are fitted with a display showing the battery level. If your battery is completely empty, the display will not light up, as it runs on the battery.
Q:Do I need to wait for the battery to run out before charging it ?
A:No, this is not necessary as lithium-ion batteries do not suffer from the "memory effect".