48V Lead Acid Battery
An electric bike battery is a power storage medium for use with electric bikes and electric trikes. An electric bike battery can be a lead battery, or a lithium type battery similar to those in laptops, or cordless power tools. A lead electric bike battery is usually of the type called SLA,...
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Inner resistance (25℃)
Fully charged state
Battery capacity at different temperatures (2hr)
Storage capacity (25℃)
Stored for 3 months
Stored for 6 months
Stored for 9 months
Maximum short circuit current (25℃)
An electric bike battery is a power storage medium for use with electric bikes and electric trikes. An electric bike battery can be a lead battery, or a lithium type battery similar to those in laptops, or cordless power tools. A lead electric bike battery is usually of the type called SLA, which stands for sealed lead acid.
48v lead acid battery Features:
◆ Using special superfine fiber of small aperture AGM partition and tight assembly process to avoid short circuit fault;
◆ The battery case is made of reinforced ABS plastic, sealed up with modified epoxy resin sealant, corrosion preventive and no acid leakage;
◆ The electrolyte is made of high purity sulfuric acid and special additives, to ensure maximum performance of electrode and suppress short circuit and self discharge;
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