How long does an e-bike battery last?
A standard Green Cell battery can last about 500 full cycles - a complete discharge and recharge. If we assume one cycle per week and there is a natural consumption of the cells over time, the battery life can be up to 10 years with economical driving.
Replacing a battery in an electric bike?
Replacing an ebike battery seems complicated, but in reality, installing a new battery is easy to do on your own. Every Green Cell battery is equipped with a mounting rail that makes it easy to attach the battery to the bike. The batteries also have 4-pin output connectors - to properly connect the battery you only need to connect the two positive (+) and negative (-) poles. In addition, each device comes with detailed instructions - so you can be sure that you can install the battery without any problems.
Battery for an electric bike on a luggage rack?
The Green Cell luggage carrier battery is mounted on the rear part of the bike, directly behind the saddle. This type is typically used on city bikes. Due to their position, they have a characteristic reflector.
How do you check a battery in an e-bike?
When purchasing a new battery for an electric bike, the first thing to check are the three most important elements: the voltage of the original battery, the motor power and the type of connector that connects the battery to the bike. With this information you can start looking for a new battery. Once these elements have been checked, all that remains is to check the dimensions of the new battery. When choosing a new battery, you should also look at the photos of the battery. Green Cell e-bike batteries have detailed photos that clearly show the individual components. So you can easily find the right solution for your bike!
How do you calculate the range of an electric bike?
The capacity of the Green Cell batteries has a direct effect on the distance traveled with an electric bicycle. On Batteryempire all batteries are given with a range corresponding to the distance traveled with a specific model, provided that the motor has the standard power of 250W and the cycle is mixed (50% leg/roll work time, 50% work time of the electric motor).
Which socket to charge an electric car?
In the world of electric mobility, there are 4 types of sockets for cars: Type 1/CCS Combo1; Type 2/CCS Combo 2; type 3; Type 4/CHAdeMO
Portable charger for an electric car
The portable chargers for electric cars are powered by a normal household socket. Such application does not require any complicated connection or additional assembly of the component.
How long does it take to charge an electric car?
The charging time of the car depends on the vehicle's fast charging function.
Is it possible to charge an electric car at home?
Electric cars are becoming increasingly popular for ecological reasons. However, it should be noted that the use of an electric vehicle is also supported by the simple charging, which can even take place at home. The portable chargers included in our offer allow the vehicle to be charged anywhere with access to a power outlet. In this case, the charging capacity will be 3.6 kW. It is also possible to install a system with a power socket, which would allow the wallbox to be installed - this would charge a car with a power of up to 22 kW.
What is the cost of charging an electric car?
The price of charging an electric car depends on several factors. When using public charging stations, prices range from 1.1 to 3.5 PLN per 1 kW. Setting up a home installation can significantly reduce these costs. However, you must take into account the electricity price of the operator whose services you use.
Free charging stations for electric cars
Free electric car charging stations are becoming increasingly popular across Europe. These are funded by advertisers, so direct users don't have to pay any fees.