Electric Scooter Battery Charger Replacement
Created: 05 May 2011
Electric scooters and bikes have many different chargers and charging applications. To best determine the charger that your scooter requires simply check the charger for the Watts, Volts, and Amp Hours. (W, V, Ah). Most scooters have multiple batteries wired together to make one big battery. Your batteries will have the voltage and other output listed, in most cases. If they do not there are some alternate ways to find out your scooter’s output. Checking Your Charge System And Adding Up Your Batteries
Your scooter will have multiple batteries that are wired together to make one. The output of the complete battery capabilities will be the number of volts of each battery added up. For example, Three 12v batteries would make 3x12v=36v system. The batteries all work together to make the 36 volts. There are also “Amp-Hours” , and watts too, but the volts is the most important number. If you have 4x12v batteries, your system is 48v. The charger will be specified for your system. 12v, 24v, 36v, or 48v.
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