Do you use a high-speed golf cart that has a maximum continuous discharge of 200A? You may want to consider lithium batteries that are specifically made for it. One of your options is the 48V75AH 3C lithium battery, which will power your golf cart efficiently to keep it running all day! If you use your vehicle regularly, it makes a lot of sense to choose a battery that is reliable and won’t fail when you need it most. So, if you are still using lead-acid, you might want to consider investing in a Lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) battery. Here are reasons why it is better for your golf cart:
If you have used a lead-acid battery for your golf cart, you may have noticed how difficult it is to go up a hill. You do not have to worry about that with a 48V75AH 3C lithium battery. It provides consistent power regardless of the amount of charge left and the terrain, and because it is lightweight, it lets you reach higher speed without taking a toll on performance or power. This also means that your cart can now accommodate up to two additional adults of average size before maxing its capacity.
When you’re a busy golfer, you probably won’t have time to wait long for your battery to recharge. The 48V75AH 3C lithium battery can be recharged to about 80 percent of its capacity in about an hour, and if you want it fully charged, you won’t have to wait beyond four or five hours for it. That means less downtime for you. Moreover, the battery won’t be susceptible to damage if repeatedly charged to lower than 100 percent.
Regular scheduled maintenance on lead-acid batteries means more downtime and costs. You don’t have to worry about that with the 48V75AH 3C lithium battery. The life cycle of the battery is longer, too, so that means more cost savings down the line.