Golf Car Batteries For Sale near Tucson, Catalina & Green Valley, AZ
Golf Cars of Arizona uses its buying power to negotiate the best pricing from battery suppliers in the Tucson area and beyond. This allows Golf Cars of Arizona to provide batteries for your golf car at the most competitive pricing available. We provide Trojan, Interstate, US Battery, and Roypow Lithium to fit your golf car and your usage needs. We offer the best deal around on batteries. We pick up your golf car, even if it’s dead, install the batteries, do a 10 point inspection including insuring your charger works, and return the car to you, all usually on the same day. We offer 12 month warranty on batteries if you pick up your batteries from us. If we install the batteries purchased from us we will warranty them for 12 months to 5 years (depending on the battery) from the purchase date as long as they are properly maintained. So why go anywhere else? Give us a call today and get the best deal on batteries and service around!!!,
Stagnation occurs from battery inactivity and is extremely harmful to all lead-acid batteries. If seasonal storage is anticipated, we recommend the following:
The term “deep cycle” refers, in general, to a battery designed to to discharge to a relatively low voltage level, over and over, hundreds of times. This does not mean that you can or should ever discharge these batteries to near dead conditions. They DO NOT develop a “memory”! A 48 volt battery system, for example, may start with a voltage of 52 volts but is considered completely dead for practical purposes at 42 volts. You should always avoid very deep discharge to prevent damage to the cells. If you notice your golf car slowing down as you drive, because of voltage level, you are driving too far for your batteries.
A cycle is one battery discharge and recharge of any depth (see Figure 1). The amount of battery discharge (in percent) compared to its full capacity determines the need for a shallow, moderate or deep cycle. This is appropriately called battery depth of discharge (DOD) and is expressed in percentages. For example, 40% DOD indicates that a battery has been discharged by 40% of its total capacity and has a 60% state of charge remaining.
There are three primary types of battery discharge cycles: shallow, moderate and deep. These terms help us understand the type of cycling batteries experience. Let’s take a look at all three types. Shallow cycles occur when only a small percentage of the total battery capacity is discharged. Moderate or deep cycles are discharged by a higher percentage of the battery’s total capacity (see Figure 2).
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