Here is our line up of after market lithium-ion batteries for electric bikes.
Key lock releases pack from bike
LED light battery life indicator
35A fuse and 30A continuous rated BMS
Auto over/under charge protection
No memory effects on battery
Tested to retain at least 70% original capacity after 600 charge cycles
Includes 2 amp charger; the 48V 17.5Ah battery comes with a 3A charger.
14.5 x 3.5 x 3.5 inches
Lingo: 11.6 Ah (ampere hour) dictates the capacity of the battery pack. 11.6Ah means that the battery can put out 1A of current for 11.6 hours. Higher the Ah rating, better the range.
48V 13.2Ah: These are made with Samsung 33Gcells in a 13 series, 4 parallel configuration.
52V 14Ah: These batteries are suitable for 48V systems. These are made with Panasonic/Sanyo GA cells in a 14 series, 4 parallel configuration. The advantage of a 52V over a 48V system is that when the battery is almost empty, the voltage drop won't be as low as a 48V battery, so you will notice more usable range out of a 52V battery. That being said, the drawback of a 52V system is that a lot of 48V motor manufacturers may void warranty if used on a 52V system.
52V 17Ah:These batteries are suitable for 48V systems. These are made with Panasonic/Sanyo GA cells in a 13 series, 5 parallel configuration.