The “fuel tank” of your electric scooter is the Lithium-ion battery. It stores the electrical energy used by the DC motor, lights, controller, and other accessories. Most e scooters would feature a lithium ion-based battery pack because of its high energy capacity and longevity.
Li-ion batteries have a high energy density, which refers to the amount of energy stored per unit of physical weight. Lithium-ion batteries, commonly known as dry cell “Li-Ion” or “Lithium,” use lithium salts as their electrolyte to release electrons through energy-storing chemical processes.
They also have great durability, meaning they can be drained and recharged or “cycled” on a frequent basis without losing their storage capacity.
Why is a lithium battery used in scooters?
Lithium battery scooters are low-maintenance. A lead-acid battery takes 8-9 hours to charge; on the other hand, a Li-ion battery is 90% charged in two hours and needs only three hours to fully charge. There is no need to extend the battery’s life, and there is no requirement for planned cycling or lengthy priming. All that is required is a single regular charge.
No Battery Replacement
Lead-acid batteries’ capacity is around 50% of the initial total after 1.5 years of use, whereas Li-ion batteries’ capacity is about 75% of the initial total after three years of use. Current lead-acid batteries require a battery replacement because the minimum required life for an E-scooter is three years, however, Li-ion batteries do not.
An engine-type scooter emits toxic gases such as CO, HC, and NO. An E-scooter powered by electricity from a Li-ion battery, on the other hand, is not dangerous to the human body or the environment because it does not emit pollution. Since you are reading this, you must own or be willing to buy an e-scooter. Eifer Megacrop India Pvt Ltd brings to you Eifer Electric Scooters, specially designed for Indian roads. Our Eifer scooters are environmentally friendly and economical. Change the way of your daily commute with any of our three electric scooter variants, Posh, Platina, and Mars