1. Do not charge long and deep. Long charging may cause overcharging. Lithium batteries or chargers will automatically stop charging after the battery is fully charged. There is no so-called trickle charging that lasts for 10 hours. In other words, if your lithium battery is fully charged, it will be white-charged on the charger.
2. Do not overcharge or overcharge. Low-voltage over-discharge or self-discharge reactions will cause decomposition and destruction of lithium ion active materials, and may not necessarily be reduced. And any kind of overcharging of lithium-ion battery will cause severe damage to the battery performance and even explosion. Lithium-ion batteries must avoid overcharging the battery during the charging process.
3. Since the lithium battery is a non-memory battery, customers are advised to regularly charge or recharge the battery pack after each or every day riding, which will greatly increase the life of the lithium battery. It is not recommended to ride until the battery pack can not discharge the power before charging, and it is not recommended to discharge more than 90% of the battery pack capacity.
4. When the electric vehicle is started, on steep slopes, dirt roads, or under strong wind conditions, it is recommended that customers use the pedal boost at the same time when riding, so that the battery and motor have the longest life.
5, Lithium battery pack capacity is measured at room temperature of 25 ℃, so in winter, the use of battery capacity, and slightly reduced mileage is considered normal. In winter, it is recommended to charge the battery pack in a place with high ambient temperature to ensure that the battery pack can be fully charged.