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Charging methods for electric vehicles used by the elderly
- Aug 23, 2018 -

1. The new car purchased, due to the time required for delivery, transportation and storage, may cause the battery to run out of power. Please charge it before use.

2. Check if the rated input voltage of the charging is consistent with the power supply voltage.

3, the battery can be directly charged in the car, but you must turn off the power switch, you can also remove it to bring it to the indoor and other suitable places to charge.

4. Please connect the output plug of the charging appliance to the charging jack of the battery first, then connect the plug of the charger to 220V AC power. (Note: Do not connect the positive and negative terminals of the charger output)

5. At this time, the power and charging indicator on the charger are lit red, indicating that the power is on.

6, a charging time takes about 5-10 hours. When the charging indicator turns from red to green, it indicates that the battery is fully charged. If time permits, it is best to continue charging (floating) for about 1-1.5 hours to get more energy. However, the continuous charging time should not exceed 12 hours, otherwise the battery may be deformed and damaged. Overcharge causes battery damage and is not covered by the warranty.

7. After charging, unplug the AC power supply and unplug the battery.

8. It is forbidden to connect the charger to the AC power supply for a long time without charging.

9. Do battery maintenance every two to two weeks, that is, after the green light of the charger is on, continue charging (floating) for 1-1.5 hours to extend the life of the battery.

10. Please use the special charger that is equipped with the car. Do not use other chargers to charge the car.

11. When charging, it should be carried out in a ventilated and dry place. The charger and the battery cannot cover any items.

12. The charging place should be away from children. When plugging the plug, the hand must be dry.