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Repair Help > Modification and Custom Project Help > Battery State of Charge Chart

 

Battery State of Charge Chart

 

 

AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) Lead-Acid Battery State of Charge Chart

 

Select Battery or Battery Pack Voltage
12 Volt Battery  24 Volt Battery Pack  36 Volt Battery Pack  48 Volt Battery Pack  60 Volt Battery Pack

 

AGM lead-acid batteries are used on practically all electric scooters, bikes, and go karts.

 

After the battery or battery pack has been fully charged, disconnected from the battery charger, and let stand for an hour or longer, then its state of charge Voltage can be accurately measured. This measurement reading is the battery or battery pack's standing Voltage.

 

Green state of charge levels are safe for the battery to be in while it is in use and the battery will have normal output power.
Yellow state of charge levels are safe for the battery to be in while in use and the battery will have moderately diminished output power.
Red state of charge levels are safe for the battery to be in while in use and the battery will have severely diminished power output.

 

The battery or battery pack should be fully charged after every use so it remains at a 100% state of charge while it is not being used.

 

The battery or battery pack should not be discharged to a Voltage that is lower than its 0% state of charge level otherwise it may become damaged and not able to be recharged.

 

Most speed controllers will go into Low Voltage Protection mode and shut the motor off once the battery or battery pack reaches a 0% state of charge. This protects the battery or battery pack from becoming damaged and unusable due to being over-discharged.

 

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