How much time can the foldable electric wheelchair lithium battery last?




With the development of technology, foldable electric wheelchairs are becoming more and more portable, thanks to the development of the material industry and the battery industry. Many friends who buy foldable electric wheelchairs favor foldable electric wheelchairs equipped with lithium batteries. So how long can foldable electric wheelchair lithium batteries last?

Lithium battery foldable electric wheelchairs are much lighter than traditional lead-acid battery foldable electric wheelchairs. Generally, lithium battery foldable electric wheelchairs are foldable and easy to carry. Traditional lead-acid foldable electric wheelchairs range in weight from seven to eighty kilograms and weigh from one to two hundred kilograms. The lithium battery foldable electric wheelchair is usually only more than twenty kilograms, which is undoubtedly easier than before.
Many people want to know how much time the foldable electric wheelchair lithium battery can use. In fact, the batteries are consumables and have a useful life. Foldable electric wheelchair batteries are the same whether they are lead-acid batteries or lithium batteries. The storage capacity will gradually decline with the use of time.

The service life of the battery is generally calculated by the number of charge and discharge cycles. The cycle charge and discharge times of lead-acid batteries are about 300-500 times, and the cycle charge and discharge times of lithium batteries are about 800 times. Therefore, the normal service life of lithium batteries will be longer than that of lead-acid batteries. This is also the main reason why lithium batteries of the same capacity are more expensive than lead-acid batteries.

The cruising range of the foldable electric wheelchair lithium battery is mainly determined by the motor power of the foldable electric wheelchair, its output power and the capacity of the foldable electric wheelchair lithium battery. For a lithium battery of the same capacity, the greater the motor power and the greater the output power, the shorter the cruising range, and vice versa.
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