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Electric golf trolley batteries: Recharging and Maintenance

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http://powerhousegolf.co.uk - Similar to any other rechargeable batteries, electric golf trolley batteries are recharged, requiring only to be plugged into a basic electrical outlet. In general, the batteries need between eight and twelve hours to fully charge, so players must plan accordingly.
For charging, there are a few other options may be available. Some models can be recharged either while in use from the friction that results when the brakes are applied or from the kinetic energy generating by using the trolley. Due to the heavy usage of the trolleys, for rental purposes, often these alternative charging strategies are desirable.
In electric golf trolley batteries, battery is the major maintenance subject and replacing of these batteries can be very costly. To ensure the maximum life span for the product, users should be sure the proper level of water, used as a coolant, is maintained in the product. Batteries should also only be left in the charger until the full and then used until empty. These conditions give the most power over the longest period of time. If the batteries are well-maintained, they can be used for as long as five or six years.

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