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    52 volt batteries, how to determine capacity when display is set to voltage

    This topic is for customers which purchase one of our color displays that can be set to voltage

    Lithium batteries discharge slightly differently to how the fuel tank gauge in combustion engine vehicles operate. This topic is to help you to understand the approximate % left. We recommend setting the display to volts and not percentage as it's more accurate.

    A fully charged battery (100%) is approximately 58 volts. The below percentages are approximate only, as this will vary due to differing discharge rates.

    This is approximate only:

    90% - 56 volts

    80% - 55 volts

    50% - 51 volts

    30% - 48 volts

    20% - 47 volts

    10% - 46 volts

    0% - 40 volts

    https://electricbike.com/forum/filedata/fetch?id=46252&d=1521089057

    We do not recommend discharging below 46 volts. This is especially so during the first few charges. When your battery gets to 48 volts it's important to use a lower PAS level as Low Voltage Cutoff (LVC) can occur if hard throttle is used or you are riding in a high PAS level.
    Last edited by Rodney64; 05-07-2018, 01:58 AM.
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