According to Golfweek of USA Today, California is in the top five “best states for golf.” With its beautiful landscaping and good weather almost all year round, it’s always the perfect place to go swing on the course. To make the experience the best, your equipment should be top notch.
Whether you’re a frequent golfer or just drive the cart every now and then, you’ll find that switching your cart batteries to lithium batteries is the very best choice. They last for months, don’t wear down like normal lead acid batteries, and have a small discharge rate.
Here is why!
Lithium Golf Cart Collection Batteries
Patriot Power Source is always looking to blaze trails in new lithium battery technology. So why are our batteries the best choice for your golf cart?
Let’s find out.
Drop in Ready
You’ll see many places that will charge an arm and a leg to switch out your cart batteries for lithium batteries. However, Patriot Power Source batteries are drop-in ready; making for easy DIY installation. They’re super easy to switch out yourself and we even give you an extensive guide to help you out; you can even call us if you need to.
Compared to other acid batteries which usually come around to be 75-80 pounds, our batteries are only 24.2 pounds, making the installation process much easier. Because of this, it’ll help you save a lot of money on gas; as well as less strain on the cart’s transmission and brakes.
You’ll find that your cart’s speed will increase quite a bit, up to 25%, in fact!
A big complaint amongst frequent golfers is that their golf carts are often running out of power before they can finish a full day of golfing.
Lead-acid batteries can often be unpredictable and hard to tell when they’re going to run out.
Our batteries have consistent power and performance, and work the same whether they’re on
Our batteries can be charged up to a 7000 lifespan. Your average acid batteries can only charge up to 750.
Many golf carts with lead acid batteries tend to lose up to 30% of power a month; and that’s whether or not you use the cart. Our batteries only lose up to 3% a month and they can sit stagnant up to an entire year.
So during those rainy California month winters, you can be assured that your golf cart will still be ready to go up and running the next time you need it.
While California usually maintains pretty tame weather, depending on where you are in the summer temperatures can be very hot. Lithium batteries can handle temperature extremes better than most.
So if you find yourself on a hot 104 degree day, you can be confident it will keep your cart rolling along.
Battery Capacity and Lifespan
Patriot Power Source’s lithium batteries have 100Ah, and it’s all fully usable, which means you’ll get double the power. Lead-acid batteries have to be recharged before they get below 50% to prevent damage, so you only get 50Ah of usable power, even though they’re labeled 100Ah.
Our batteries’ lifespan is also longer than any other type of battery. Lead-acid batteries can get up to 1,000 charge/discharge cycles in their life. Other lithium battery brands offer up to 5,000 cycles. Our batteries can get between 7,000 to 7,500 cycles. With Patriot Power Source’s lithium batteries, you could be looking at up to twenty years of power, compared to the five to ten that you’d get with other batteries.
We assure you that Patriot Power Source’s number one priority when providing you top quality lithium batteries is your’s and your family’s safety.
Patriot Power Source uses LiFePO4 technology in their lithium batteries, which is inherently safe. On top of that, our batteries have a built-in Battery Management System or BMS. This system monitors the battery. It includes safety features that prevent the battery from overheating, overcharging, or over-discharging. It also makes sure the battery is performing optimally.
Many acid batteries require maintenance with cleaning corrosion and checking acid levels. Luckily, with Patriot Power Source batteries, all you need to do is charge them.
Your batteries are covered by an eight year warranty. Our full terms and conditions are on our website, or, if you have any questions you can just give us a call. We are a family-owned and operated company and pride ourselves on full transparency with our clients. If you are ready to make the switch, give us a call.