48V Lithium Ion 60 Ah 3 kWh NMC with BMS for 48V Golf Cart Solar Storage
Nominal Voltage: 48V
Voltage Range: 33V – 52V
Nominal Capacity: Total 1.5 kwh each pack x 2 ( 3 kwh )
Configuration: 12S each pack
Cell Brand: Panasonic
BMS: 2 x 60A Total 130A / Peak 240A (each pack 60A / Peak 120A )
Energy Nominal: 3 kWh
Chemistry: Lithium Ion
Cell Type: NMC Chemistry
Cell Count: 12 cells each pack
Physical Specifications each pack:
Length: 16.1 in
Width: 6 3/4 in
Height: 7 in
Weight: 34 lbs
Charge Temperature: -20℃ ~ 60℃
Discharge Temperature -20 ~ 60℃
Series or Parallel Connections :
Parallel Max: 8 Packs
Included the 24" Anserson SB50 Cable with the 1/4 inch ring terminal for each pack to connect in parallel.
Warranty InformationCells: 3 Years.
BMS: 1 Year.
90 Days return policy.
First 30 days paid by seller the rest paid by buyer.
Product must be registered within 90 days of purchased to be eligible for extended warranty.
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I am happy with my recent purchase of 48V batteries. The product installed well and working great. Sales and customer support is outstanding. Special thanks to Fred.
These batteries were a good price, but that is just part of why I am happy. Fred is extremely helpful and saved me money by guiding me through a self installation and also telling me that my charger would work. He was spot on with everything and I highly recommend his company! Nothing like a great price and great service!
Straight forward installation. I had to customize the battery hold down to suit these batteries which was easy. Excellent serviec and Fred is always happy to answer questions.
I have now converted 4 golf carts to lithium ion with your 48 volt 60 AH kit including my 22 year old Club Car DS. The results have been impressive. All four carts are have high speed motors and controllers and both the range and performance have been excellent. Thanks Battery Evo
Batteries arrived quickly and well packaged. With 2 power cables. Wish I had ordered the bus bars. You will need them when you convert your golf cart from lead acid batteries.
Love it. Better than expected. I drove more than 20 miles single charge. I could not find better deal. 7% discount Free shipping and no tax. Thank you
I did alot of searching for lithium batteries to replace the Trojan 8V golf cart batteries that I had. My problem was my cart spent weeks at a location when no one was there to check the charge, and so they never lasted me more than 2 years which is way too expensive. The local golf cart store didn't know much about them, not even the one they were a distributor for. It is very hard to find information or anyone who will talk to you. Fred at Evo not only knows all about it, but he will talk to you as long as you need to get your answers. When I asked him how much a charger costs, he said i could use my old charger that worked for my lead acid batts. When I told him everyone else said I had to buy their charger because my old charger wouldn't work on a lithium batt, he said he would sell me a charge if I wanted but my old one will work. FYI, my old one does work, but it doesn't shut off automatically, and about 3 or 5 minutes after the lithium batteries reach 51 volts charged, the charger starts making a heinous sound. Fred told me to just time it and unplug the charger when it reaches 51%. So charging them has to be monitored. I bought 3 48 V, 30 AH, batts hooked in parallel. The connectors are super easy, Fred will tell you exactly how to hook them up, and the cart has alot of power. I use my cart for hunting in hilly woods on rough trails. I use to be able to carry 4 people up steep hills and the lead acid batteries hardly slowed down because I had installed very heavy duty cables I had bought from Buggies unlimited years ago. I haven't checked the lithium batteries in that invironment yet, but I have gone up and down the hilly streets in my neighborhood with one other person, and it barely slows down. I may have to get a 4th battery. But my cart is almost 300LBS lighter with the new batts! And the 3 batteries were $1600 and replaceing my trojen batts, the best price I found for them was $1300! And the lithium are supposed to last 2 or 3 tims longer, so if they do they will be way cheaper than the lead acid batts.