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Dual 36v 7ah Bottle Battery with Dual Battery Balancer and 36v 2-6a 80/90/100% Advanced Charger Bundle

Use a single 36v 7ah Battery for shorter rides around town - OR - link both Batteries together using the Dual Battery Balancer for longer range rides. Only carry what you need for your trip!

Charge a single 36v 7ah Battery through it's DC5521 Charge Port using the Advanced Charger (with the DC5521 barrel adapter connected) set at up to 3a - OR - charge both Batteries at the same time through the Dual Battery Balancers XT60 Charge Port using the Advanced Charger (with it's Stock XT60 Connector) turned all the way up to 6a! The Advanced Charger can be set to Charge your Batteries up to either 80, 90, or 100% so you can maximize their Cycle Life!

The 36v 7ah Batteries are constructed with Samsung 35E cells and power your Motor through their 6" Discharge Line with XT90s Antispark Connector. Featuring a custom BMS that allows Charging through their Discharge line while linked to the Dual Battery Balancer - just plug both Batteries into the Dual Battery Balancers XT90 ports, and then plug your Advanced Charger into it's XT60 Port! 

36v 7ah Batteries are 2.962lbs. a piece and fit in a standard water bottle cage! You won't find a Battery on the Market that is Sleeker or as Portable!

 

Bundle Includes:

 

(2) - 36v 7ah Bottle Batteries with (10s2p) Samsung 35E 18650 Cells, Custom BMS, DC5521 Charge Port and 6" Discharge Line with XT90s Antispark Connector

(1) - Dual Battery Balancer with Dual Charging Function

(1) - 36v (42v Max) 2-6a 80/90/100% Variable Advanced Charger with XT60 Connector and DC5521 Barrel Adapter

*NOTE: 36v7ah Batteries can only accept a 3a Charge MAX. Do NOT set the Advanced Charger to over 3a if only Charging a Single Battery. If you have both Batteries linked to the Dual Battery Balancer, and Charge through that, you can set the Advanced Charger to 6a, but ONLY if BOTH batteries are connected, and ONLY if they both need a Charge. DO NOT Charge at 6a if One of the Batteries is full as it won't accept the Charge and the full 6a will go to only One Battery. If not monitoring, setting at 3a MAX is recommended.

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