If you want to be able to ride and enjoy your Wallke electric bike in a leisurely afternoon cruise in the park or challenging the automobile traffic on your morning commute, you must ensure that all of your electric bike systems working well.
One key component depends on the electric bike’s battery. Here are a few electric bike battery using tips to help your e-bike battery live a long life.
#1 Charge the New Electric Bike Battery for 12 Hours
When you first get a new electric bike, take the time to charge it’s battery completely for up to 10 hours. This long initial charge ensures current is flowing through all the cells and helps to condition the battery right out of the box.
#2 Charge Your Ebike Battery Regularly
The lithium-oin batteries used on Wallke ebike, and most other electric bikes, should last longer with regular use charging.
For the most part, you don’t need to let your electric bike battery discharge completely. Try to charge the battery when there is between 30 percent and 60 percent of the capacity remaining.
#3 Avoid Extreme Temperature
An electric bike battery feels the same way about the weather as most electric bike riders do. Moderate temperatures are the best.To prolong an electric bike battery life, avoid temperature extremes both in usage and when you are charging the battery.
#4 Don’t Overcharge an Electric Bike Battery
Don’t leave your electric bike battery on the charger for long periods of time —like several days or more. You could use a timer on your mobile device to remind you to take the battery off of the charger at a certain time.
#5 Don’t Store an Empty Battery
Sometimes you may need to store your electric bike battery. For example, it is too cold outside to ride, or you planed an long trip without the bike. Don’t store the battery empty, but we suggest you to keep it in about 40-to-70 percent of its full capacity. Charge it at least once per month.