So, you’ve decided to switch to 72v lithium golf cart battery from lead-acid battery since it offers better performance. That’s a wise move. However, you must know that there are many good brands of 72V lithium golf cart batteries in the market, which makes the buying process still challenging.

Many things have to be considered when purchasing a golf cart battery. But don’t worry, here are some tips to help you narrow down your choices.

  1. Battery capacity

Lithium batteries are known for having bigger battery capacities than lead acid and AGM batteries. Still, lithium batteries are not created equal. How much power they can store and provide will vary from brand to brand. That’s why you should double-check this feature all the time before making a purchase. You want to make sure that your golf cart can yield as much energy from the deep cycle battery that you are choosing. A 72v lithium golf cart battery with excellent battery capacity lets you ride longer and further as well as make the most out of your tee times.

  1. Lifespan

A reliable 72v lithium golf cart battery not only has a huge battery storage capacity—it also has a long lifespan, at least five times longer lifetime than regular lead acid batteries. This type of golf cart battery doesn’t demand a lot of upkeep, either. They last up to 2,000 cycles at the full operation of 100% and up to 5,000 cycles at partial operation or 85-90%.

  1. Maintenance

Even if you are an occasional golfer who plays with friends every other weekend, you still want your golf cart battery to be maintenance-free. A battery that requires no maintenance for its entire life is worth investing in because it makes your life convenient and hassle-free. No need to worry about leaks or where you should store your battery when not in use, especially during winter.

2 Responses

  1. How does one compare your 48v 100AH battery system to a 4x100AH 12v system? I like the one piece design, but are there any benefits over the 4 battery designs? Trying to sort things out, so any thoughts are welcomed. I live in The Villages, Fl. 2011 EZGO Two Five model. Speed up to 25mph. Also, any idea on a true distance capability? Perhaps just for mere talking points? Thank you. Dennis

    1. Hi Dennis,

      Thanks for visiting our website. Answering your questions,
      Yes, there are benefits using only one module instead of using batteries connected in series. The most important is that the number of cycles is superior due to only using one BMS instead of many connected in series. Battery Management System (BMS) gets confused when connected in series and reduces life cycle of system.
      Other benefits are drop and play solution, less cables, more storage room, less weight, and no maintenance.
      Life expectancy is between 8 to 10 years.

      You can get up to fifty miles approx. with a fully charged 48V 100Ah.
      And you can fully charge it in four hours using our LBS-1500W 48V25A charger.

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