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Charging Method Of Electric Vehicle Battery

- May 18 2021 -

Many people don’t have an effective way to charge their car after buying a new electric car. So mastering the best electric car battery charging method will greatly help improve the life of the electric car battery. How? Which is the best battery for an electric bike?
Under normal circumstances, electric vehicles (not often taking people, not climbing all day), it is best to charge 60%-70% of the longest continuous mileage in the manual, which can avoid the early capacity loss of the battery. Over discharge can also be avoided.
2. If you often take people and climb hills, it is recommended to charge up to 50% of the longest mileage in the manual.
3. If you seldom drive and do not drive to 60%-70% of the longest mileage in a week, it is recommended to charge it once.
4. If you go out or do not open it for a long time, it is recommended to charge it once a month.
5. In any case, the battery charging time should not exceed 8 hours, especially the situation mentioned at 3 and 4, let alone more than 5 hours.
Generally, the production date of electric vehicle batteries will not exceed one month (be sure to read the production date clearly when you buy them). New batteries are fully charged when they leave the factory. Excluding the loss of battery power during transportation and storage time, install new batteries. There is basically no need to charge the car after the car, unless the production date has been more than one month, and it needs to be fully charged. The new battery should be used up three times before (recharge after the undervoltage warning), and the charging time should reach 12 hours. After three times, you can use the following charging method.
It’s right to use and charge the battery frequently. Basically, you charge it after you ride every day. But there is a problem here. If your battery can run 30 kilometers, you can charge it after running 5 kilometers or 10 kilometers. This is not necessarily good for the battery, because when the battery is fully charged, there will definitely be gas overflow, and this gas is produced by the decomposition of water in the electrolyte, so water loss occurs. Frequent charging like this will make the battery As the number of times of water loss increases, the battery will soon enter the expiration period.
So a good way is if you don’t ride an electric bike the next day, you’d better charge it fully, but after you’ve ridden 5 kilometers or 10 kilometers, there is still enough distance to run the next day. Recharge the battery after riding the next day, so that the water loss of the battery will be reduced and the battery life will be extended.
In addition, for some batteries that can run about 30 kilometers, but riding at about 7 or 8 kilometers per day, it is best not to wait for the third or fourth day of the battery to be fully charged and then recharge, when the battery is left Charge it when the next half is less than, because the battery is stored when the battery is low, which is prone to sulfide.
In addition, every month, it is best to ride the battery at one time, that is, ride the battery to undervoltage, discharge it once, and then recharge the battery, which can also extend the service life of the battery.
One more thing, when charging, first plug in the plug at the battery end, and then connect to the 220V mains. When the charging is over, first unplug the 220V mains, and then unplug the battery end. When the charger turns green, you can charge for another one to two hours. The battery is already fully charged. You can’t charge it overnight. It will overcharge, and overcharge will damage the battery very seriously. Remember to remember! !
In addition, electric vehicle batteries are often used, and the battery life will be relatively longer. In other words, the battery is not afraid of your daily use, but you are afraid that you will not use it for a long time. Therefore, mastering the charging method of electric vehicle batteries has a vital effect on the life of the battery.