This is a video of me staring up this quad. The battery is dead so you have to use a battery charger. And this video just shows the quick start up on it. I also have to move fast because if you don’t rev it up and let it sit for around 7 seconds it turns off so thats why im moving quickly.
New 48 Volt Automatic Golf Cart Battery Charger with Status Panel
For Most 48 Volt Systems with a Yamaha Connector Plug
Advanced high frequency switching mode power supply technology
Completley automatic battery charging CC,CV, and floating
Short Circuit, over voltage, over temperature, reverse polarity protection
Automatic Fan Forced Ventalation
100% full load burn in test.
Input Voltage: 110-120v AC
Output Voltage: 48V 15 Amp
Video review of our Champion 3400 Watt Inverter Generator that we use on our new G3 Bow/Fish 20 bowfishing boat. This review is for the free t-shirt we are not sponsored by Champion. This Champion generator has plenty of power to run the battery chargers and lights on the boat without every hitting peak throttle. The Eco mode works perfectly adjusting the throttle to the load on the Champion generator. Even on full power it is still quite enough to have a normal conversation next to plus its less then $800 way less then Yamaha or Honda.
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12 volt charging systems in autos and motorcycles are pretty much the same. In terms of voltages, you will see about 12.8v with the vehicle off and about 14.4v with the vehicle on. Anything above 14.8 can fry your battery and you should look at your regulator or regulator/rectifier. These are the magic numbers when it comes to charging systems.
This 48 Volt golf cart battery charger fits EZGO, Club Car, and Yamaha models with crow foot charger receptacles. Our Made in the USA battery chargers feature an industry best 2 year manufacturer warranty and charge your golf carts batteries while automatically shutting off after a full charge. You can purchase this battery charger directly off our website: http://www.golfcartking.com/Club-Car-48-Volt-17-Amp-Automatic-Charger-Crowfoot-p/dpi-48v-cccrowfoot.htm
An easy way to verify that your scooter’s charging system is functional if you’ve been having trouble with the battery being low. Also check out my battery check video to see if your battery is working properly :