Low Speed Vehicle Battery
A low-speed vehicle (LSV) is a type of vehicle that is typically electric and designed to travel at speeds of 25 mph or less. The battery used in an LSV is typically a deep cycle battery, which is designed to provide a steady flow of power over a long period of time.
Deep cycle batteries are different from regular car batteries, which are designed to provide a quick burst of power to start the engine. Deep cycle batteries are designed to be discharged and recharged repeatedly, making them ideal for use in LSVs and other electric vehicles.
The type of battery used in an LSV will depend on the specific make and model of the vehicle. Some LSVs use lead-acid batteries, while others use lithium-ion batteries. Lithium-ion batteries tend to be more expensive but offer higher energy density and longer lifespan than lead-acid batteries. Rajaev offers A+ class LiFePO4(Lithium Iron Phosphate) cells, up to 3000cycles(8-10years). The capacity remains higher than 80% after 2000+cycles, even after 3500+cycles(10-12years), the capacity can still be over 70%.