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Golf Cart Lithium Batteries

The Power of Lithium


This versatile solution allows users to convert 36V,

48V and 72V lead-acid setups to lithium.

Choose from several combinations of lithium batteries,to suit your needs, or maximum range.Simply remove the lead-acid batteries and replace with the GSOK POWER Lithium Batteries, attach cables in parallel, secure holding bracket, and the install is complete.



What kind of battery do I need for my golf carts?

Golf carts use a series of batteries that supply the needed voltage and amperage, so size and power requirements are key features for a replacement. Be aware that golf carts do not use a single battery, but multiples of 6V, 8V, or 12V batteries. Ensure any replacement batteries you purchase use the same combination.


How do I choose the lithium battery models for my golf cart?


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What models of the lithium battery for golf carts?

We have recreational batteries in 12v, 24v, 36v,48v, 60v, and 72 volts to fit your battery needs. When you choose us for your battery supplier, you can rest assured that you are getting only the best. Our 12v, 24v, 36v,48v, 60v, and 72 volts family of products bring it back to basics. No exotic alloys. Only time tested technology backed by proven engineering and performance. Golf cart Batteries must not only meet runtime requirements, they have to provide long term dependability and reliability.


Common and popular golf cart battery models are: 48V 85AH, 48V 100AH, 48V 105AH, 72V 100AH

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How many lithium batteries are needed for a golf cart?

If you're using a 48V lithium battery connected in parallel you don't need to install a specific number of batteries to meet the voltage requirements – you install the number of batteries that will give you the mileage range you desire. You can use as few as 2 batteries or up to 6 batteries in a typical golf car.

How many amp hours does a golf cart have?

6 volt golf cart batteries are typically 200 to 225 amp hours, and 8 volt batteries about 150 amp hours. It is important to know the ah rating of your battery, if you aren't replacing an existing charger, or to check if the existing charger is sized correctly.


How many plugs can choose for golf carts?

We have a wide range of Plugs to choose from to meet your requirements.

How long do Lithium batteries last in golf carts?

One of the main advantages of a lithium-ion battery-powered golf cart is that they have a much longer lifespan than a traditional lead-acid one. The average lithium golf cart battery has around 2,000 to 5,000 cycles; whereas the average lead-acid one only has anywhere from 500 to 1,000 cycles. And GSOK POWER offer 5000 deep cycles.

How long does it take to charge a 48 volt golf cart?

Charge your batteries for 8 to 10 hours with the proper style of golf cart battery charger. The best practice is to charge overnight after you are done using your cart for the day. Even if you only used the cart for 5 minutes, you'll want to give the golf cart batteries a good charge.

Warranty and Fine Print

GOSK POWER offer 5 years warranty, 10 years life deisgn.The warranty issued by manufacturers and resellers is extremely important and there could be many hidden clauses that will invalidate the warranty. Take time and understand what conditions are stipulated as it could save a lot of frustration and money in the future.
Always read the fine print to ensure that you are not wasting hard-earned money and that you are will get the most out of your golf cart experience. Manufacturers that have a high level of trust in their product will in all probability provide you with a longer warranty and back it up with a replacement should something go awry.


Can I replace or  just one golf cart battery?

Let's discuss in detail. When it comes to changing the golf cart batteries, technically, you can change just one at a time. However, this is not advisable as it can cause permanent damage to each battery. When a battery has gone bad, you should change all of the batteries.

How long will a golf cart run on a full charge?

Typically, an electric golf cart has between 45 and 90 minutes of full-power run time on a fully charged battery. Times depend on the age of the battery, with newer batteries having longer run times.

What brand of cell do you use for golf cart batteries?

We generally use the battery brand EVE,BYD,CATL and other brands.



Why choose us?



Why choose the lithium batteries?

Reduces Weight of Your Golf Cart

It should come as no surprise that standard sealed lead acid (SLA) batteries are incredibly heavy. And the longer you want your battery to last, the heavier the unit will be.These batteries make even the zippiest light-weight golf cart incredibly heavy. And the heavier your golf cart is, the slower it’ll move across the course. Lithium golf cart batteries are much lighter. This makes your golf cart easier to maneuver and helps you reach a comfortable speed faster.As an added bonus, lighter golf carts need less power to move. Less power means less drain on the batteries, so you can expect a longer-lasting charge cycle with each use

Lasts Longer Over Time

All batteries, can get charged a set number of times before they start losing their ability to hold a charge.The more you use the battery, the less charge it holds. This means you’ll need to plug the golf cart in more often once the batteries reach their maximum number of charge cycles.So, what exactly counts as a charge cycle? One cycle is when the battery goes from fully charged to completely empty. After several hundred charge cycles, the battery will stop charging to 100 percent. The more you use the battery, the lower its total capacity gets. Lithium batteries handle more charge cycles than lead-acid models, letting you get more out of each unit.

No More Maintenance

When you bought your golf cart, you probably thought the only maintenance you’d need to do would be to the cart itself. But if you have lead-acid batteries, you’ll need to maintain them as well.These batteries need to get topped off with distilled water every few months. If the cells in the battery go dry, the battery stops holding a charge.Though it only takes a few minutes to service your batteries, it’s still time you’re spending away from the golf course.Lithium batteries are virtually maintenance-free. All you need to do is inspect the connections and clean them as needed. This means less time tinkering and more time perfecting your swing.

They’re Eco-Friendly

Once you’re ready to replace your batteries, you can recycle them. But some batteries are harder to recycle than others.Lithium batteries are easier to recycle and put less strain on the environment. This means they’re the most eco-friendly battery type on the market! All you need to do is find a licensed battery recycling drop-off location.

No Risk of Acid Spills

lead-acid batteries are full of corrosive acid. It’s part of what makes the battery hold a charge and produce electricity that your golf cart uses to run.If the battery leaks or the casing corrodes, you’ll have to face an acid spill. These spills are hazardous to the components of your golf cart, the environment, and your health. And the only way to prevent them is to keep the batteries properly charged and stored at all times.For most golf cart owners, that’s not an option. After all, you’re out on the course using the cart, not storing it for weeks at a time.Quality lithium batteries don’t contain the same acids as standard lead-acid models. They have protected cells that generate the power you need. This means you won’t expose yourself to the chemicals inside even when you inspect them for wear and tear.

Cheaper Per Hour of Use

As we said earlier, lithium batteries can go through more charge cycles thanlead-acid batteries. This means they last longer. And the longer your batteries last, the less you’ll spend on replacements. Over the life of the battery, you’ll spend far less on maintenance costs. But that’s not all. Lithium batteries are more efficient. Their charges tend to last longer. And the less you have to charge your batteries, the less you’ll pay on your electrical bill!

More Power Means More Speed

A lithium golf cart battery has more power than a comparably sized lead-acid battery. What this means for your golf cart is a huge improvement in speed and power.The more power your batteries give your engine, the easier it is for the cart to navigate uneven terrain.And when you’re on the flat, that same power means you’ll go faster without draining your batteries as quickly!

Less Vulnerable to Temperature Changes

If you’re a year-round golfer, you need the cart to work in all weather conditions. This includes freezing temperatures.But some batteries drain faster in cold weather. This means you could find yourself stranded on the back nine.By upgrading to a lithium battery, you’ll have to worry less about the weather. Lithium cells work well in all temperatures. And though you might see a slight decrease in power in extreme conditions, you’ll still make it through your round before having to plug in.

Can I replace or  just one golf cart battery?

Let's discuss in detail. When it comes to changing the golf cart batteries, technically, you can change just one at a time. However, this is not advisable as it can cause permanent damage to each battery. When a battery has gone bad, you should change all of the batteries.


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