Watt Hour Chart / Usage Recommendations

Watt Hour Chart / Usage Recommendations

Watt-Hour (Wh) is the measure of stored energy, usable power, proportional to Joules. Higher Wh ratings amount to longer relative runtimes. Amp-hour (Ah) ratings are only half of the equation for energy capacity and need to be multiplied by working voltage.

1 Bank is 12V series connected batteries (Common Setup):

            3 x 12V = 36V |  4x12V = 48V | 6x12V = 72V;

2 Banks are paralleled, 12V series connected batteries:

            2: 3 x 12V = 36V | 2: 4x12V = 48V

Mileages are based on 2012+ fleet stock carts, 1 person, 12-15mph. Mileages are a maximum usable distance and are not intended as a consistent discharge range.  It is necessary to have a reserve charge capacity to maintain optimal runtimes, choose a higher capacity system for best results.

For golfers that play a single round between charges or modest neighborhood use we suggest starting at Average Use (2880Wh). For golfers that play 2 rounds between charges we suggest Extended Use or higher (3600Wh+). Factor in hilly terrain, multiple people, and travel to course; may need higher Wh capacity.

Non-stock items: upgraded motors / controllers, AC units, older carts, large tires / lifted carts, multiple people, etc. increases average power usage, we suggest starting at Extended Use or higher (3840Wh+) for best results.

Miles shown are depicted as a maximum 100%-0% range. Deep cycling to 0% does not hurt the life of LiFePo4 batteries, however frequent deep cycles past 30% charge is not recommended for series connected battery balance. The same holds true for series connected lead acid, however lead acid cells cannot be discharged below 50% without damage. Topping-off Lithium batteries after every discharge prevents balance related issues.

In order to maximize the life and runtimes of the Lithium battery we require the use of the Allied Charger.

Allied experts are here to help match the correct AH with the cart and customer needs.

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