Customized Lawn Mower Lithium Battery
Factory Customized Lawn Mower Lithium Battery

What is a lithium battery for lawn mower?

The battery is the heart of an electric lawn mower, providing a steady power output to the mower. As a lithium battery factory for lawnmowers, we offer different voltage options of 12V, 40V, and 82V, ideal for replacing lead acid batteries. Choose a Lifepo4 lithium battery pack that is light weight and has good charge/discharge cycles.
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Advantages of lithium batteries for lawn mower!

Advantages of lithium batteries for lawn mower!

  • Low self-discharge: 1 month in the regular environment to ensure that 50% of the remaining battery capacity.
  • Long life: our lithium batteries have a cycle life of more than 5000 times.
  • Fast charging: We offer standard 0.5C charging, or customize the efficiency you want.
  • Safe: uses recognized safe Lifepo4 as battery cells.
  • Prevent overcharging and over-discharging: the battery comes with a BMS to prevent the battery from harm due to overcharging and over-discharging.
  • Lightweight: 2/3 the weight of traditional lead-acid batteries.
Advantages of lithium batteries for lawn mower!

Lithium battery for lawn mower used in a variety of application scenarios

Lithium batteries are an alternative to lead-acid batteries, storing energy for long periods of time and ensuring efficiency of use. The batteries can be stored anywhere and due to the low discharge rate of the product are ideal for cordless mowers, push mowers, riding mowers, and self-propelled mowers.

12v lithium behind push lawn mower battery
Our 12V lithium battery is the perfect power solution for push mowers, with a lightweight design and high energy efficiency. Compatible with a wide range of push mower models.
16 inch 24v lithium ion battery powered lawn mower
This 16-inch 24V lithium-ion battery-powered mower represents the pinnacle of cordless convenience and power in lawn care. Highlighting high-performance, environmentally friendly lawn care solutions.
lithium battery powered riding lawn mower
The convenience of a riding lawn mower combined with a lithium battery provides longer run times and consistent power, making it a valuable asset for commercial lawn care and property maintenance businesses.
56-volt cordless lawn mower lithium battery
The cordless mower's 56-volt lithium battery is capable of handling a large number of mowing tasks and has an irreplaceable place in the commercial landscaping business with its philosophy of sustainable lawn care solutions.
12.8V 12AH self propelled lawn mower lithium battery
Experience the power of our 82V self-propelled mower lithium batteries for large areas and frequent mowing tasks, providing gardeners with high performance and convenience.
OEM ODM lawn mower lithium ion battery
OEM/ODM lithium ion batteries for lawn mowers are available in standard or specialized models as a customized solution for the unique needs of lawn care equipment manufacturers.

Keheng brings unmatched convenience to your mowing!

R&D Team
We have a R&D team of more than 50 people to provide you with the latest lithium battery.
Production Team
Keheng has a production team of 500 people to ensure timely delivery within the specified time.
Quality Assurance Team
30 people quality control team products are quality checked, there will be no production defects.
After-sales team
7*24 hours after-sales service, provide technical support for your sales.
Keheng brings unmatched convenience to your mowing!
What types of lawn mowers are available?
  • Electric corded lawnmowers
  • Fuel mowers: Powered by gasoline, these mowers are noisy and heavy.
  • Battery mowers: powered by lithium batteries, the disadvantage is that the battery life decreases as the number of times you use it increases and the range is limited.
  • Manual Mowers
Do lithium mowers use DC motors or servo motors?

A lithium battery lawn mower, including a motor that drives a cutting blade, the motor is connected to a control system, and the control system is connected to a power supply; said motor is a DC motor, said power supply is a lithium battery pack, and the DC motor is connected to the lithium battery pack through the control system.

Overview of safety requirements and test standards for electric walking lawn mowers

UL standard published bilateral U.S. – Canadian standard ANSI/CAN/UL 62841-4-3, electric hand tools, portable tools, and lawn and garden machinery – safety – Part 4-3: Walk-behind control push mowers special requirements
Overview of safety requirements and testing criteria for electric walk-behind mowers
This standard provides safety and structural requirements, as well as required testing, to help ensure the safe use, care, and maintenance of electric walk-behind mowers. It covers rotary and cylinder walk-behind mowers, as well as models with metallic and non-metallic cutting devices. It also applies to battery-powered and plug-in mowers.

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Typical lifespan of an electric lawn mower battery?

The lifespan of an electric lawn mower battery depends on the type of battery and how often it is used. For lithium-ion batteries, the typical service life is 3,000 to 5,000 charge/discharge cycles or about 10 to 15 years. Lead-acid batteries are in the 500-1000 range, with a service life of 2-3 years. Proper use and maintenance can extend the life of the battery.

Signs that a battery needs to be replaced

Decreased range: The operating time of the battery is significantly reduced when fully charged.
Reduced charging efficiency: The battery takes longer to charge or fails to reach a full charge.
Battery swelling or damage: There is obvious swelling, cracking, or damage in appearance.
Unstable performance: Battery performance is unstable during use.

Battery Charging Strategies

Avoid overcharging: Do not charge the battery to 100% for a long period of time and keep charging.
Appropriate Charging Cycles: Plan charging cycles according to the frequency of use and try to start charging when the battery is below 20%.
Use the right charger: Use the charger recommended or provided by the manufacturer.
Monitor charging status: Monitor the battery temperature and charging status during the charging process.

Safety matters when charging

Charge in a suitable environment: Charge in a dry, well-ventilated area and avoid charging in high temperatures or direct sunlight.
Avoid contact with water: Make sure the charging area is away from water sources.
Don’t stay behind: Try to be present during charging so that problems can be dealt with immediately.
Check cords and plugs: Make sure cords and plugs are undamaged and avoid using extension cords.

Ways to improve battery efficiency

Use it wisely: Avoid frequent short bursts of use and try to complete mowing jobs in one go.
Keep the battery clean: Clean the battery and connection points regularly to ensure good electrical contact.
Suitable storage: Store the battery in a dry, cool place during non-use periods.
Avoid extreme temperatures: using the battery at extremely high or low temperatures will affect its efficiency and life expectancy

Maintenance during charging of electric lawn mower batteries

Use the correct charger: always use the manufacturer’s recommended charger for battery safety and efficiency.
Avoid overcharging: Do not exceed the recommended charging time to prevent overcharging the battery.
Monitor charging temperature: Ensure that the charging environment is well-ventilated to avoid overheating the battery.
Check after charging: Check the battery for overheating, swelling, or other abnormalities after charging is complete.

Handling Power Fluctuations

Use a Battery Management System (BMS) to ensure battery stability under various loads.
Regularly check the battery and battery connections to ensure good connections and no corrosion or looseness.

Optimal storage of batteries

Store in a dry, cool, ventilated area away from direct sunlight and high temperatures.
Charge the battery to approximately 50% charge before long-term storage to prevent over-discharge of the battery.

Battery disposal when not in use for a long period of time

Fully charge the battery down to approximately 50% charge.
Check the battery level every few months and recharge it if necessary.

Impact of modular design of batteries on performance

Flexibility and expandability: The modular design makes it easier to replace and upgrade batteries.
Easy maintenance: when individual modules are damaged, it is possible to replace only the damaged module instead of the entire battery pack.
Customized performance: different numbers of battery modules can be combined as needed to meet specific performance requirements.

Ensure stable battery pack connections and interfaces

Regularly check all battery connections and interfaces to ensure they are not loose or damaged.
Use appropriate tools and techniques for battery installation to ensure stable connections.
Avoid violent vibrations or impacts, which can cause connections to loosen.

Battery suitability in different application scenarios

Family use: For general family use, a battery with medium capacity and endurance can meet the demand.
Commercial use: For commercial or professional gardening work, batteries with higher capacity and durability may be required to support longer periods of continuous use.
Varying Terrain: In uneven or weedy terrain, a more powerful battery may be needed to provide adequate power.

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