50AH Lithium Battery | 48V Golf Cart Lithium Battery | EZGO Club Car Yamaha

Recently, we began stocking a new, affordable 50AH lithium battery kit for golf carts, which includes everything needed to convert a 48V golf cart from a lead-acid battery system to a lithium battery. The 50AH lithium battery kit comes with the battery, charger, adaptor, and mounting brackets for your specific golf cart. Like all other golf cart lithium batteries, this battery is universal and can be installed in any golf cart, including popular brands such as EZGO, Club Car, and Yamaha, and more specific brands like Advanced EV, Bintelli, and America EV. To learn more about the benefits of switching to a lithium battery, check out our blog where we go over all the potential advantages of switching from lead-acid to lithium. Benefits include no maintenance – such as waterfilling or terminal cleaning -, much less weight on the golf cart, a longer battery lifespan, faster charging time, a longer driving range, and many more.

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To read more about the 50AH lithium battery, check out our page with more details, and to order, visit our golf cart accessories and parts website, Prime Cart Parts.

50AH Lithium Battery Specifications

Large Capacity and Lightweight

50ah lithium battery, 48v golf cart lithium battery, ezgo club car yamahaFully charged 48V 50ah LiFePO4 Lithium Battery can support 2560Wh energy for your appliances. It weighs only 40.3 lbs, only 1/3 of the weight of a 12V 100Ah AGM SLA Battery. It makes installation and movement more easier.

Long Life Cycle

Grade A LiFePO4 Cells makes the 50Ah battery more stable and greater, and the lithium rechargeable battery cycles more than 3,000 times, which is more than 4 times comparing with Lead-acid batteries. Our lithium-iron batteries can maintain 80% capacity after 3,000 deep cycles.

BMS High-Efficiency Protection

The lithium iron phosphate battery has an excellent BMS (Battery Management System) function, which can prevent its overvoltage or undervoltage, overcurrent, high temperature or short circuit.

Fast Charging

This lithium battery can be recharged from 0% TO 80% within 3-4 hrs. And can be used in parallel, more suitable for 48V solar panel kit, less wires, less heat loss and less balance issue.

50AH Lithium Battery Prices

50ah lithium battery, 48v golf cart lithium battery, ezgo club car yamahaFull battery kit – $1,745
Only battery – $1,350
Only charger – $395

Other Golf Cart Lithium Batteries

We carry multiple brands of golf cart lithium battery, all universal and fitting in all brands of golf cart. These include the Roy Pow 56AH lithium batteryRoy Pow 100AH lithium battery, and Roy Pow 160AH lithium battery. We have the Allied 65AH lithium battery and Allied 105AH lithium battery, and we also carry the ProVolt 105AH lithium battery and ProVolt 176AH lithium battery.

Roy Pow Lithium Battery

Allied Lithium Battery

ProVolt Lithium Battery

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ProVolt Lithium Battery | ProVolt Golf Cart Lithium Battery | Lithium Ion Battery

Our new ProVolt lithium battery is the newest addition to our wide range of golf cart batteries for sale, and like other lithium batteries, is designed to replace a system of lead-acid batteries. Upgrading to a lithium battery provides several different benefits, including a longer driving range, shorter charging time, a longer battery lifespan, no maintenance, and less weight on the golf cart. Read our blog all about the benefits of lithium batteries here: The Benefits of Switching to a Lithium Battery.

ProVolt Lithium Battery 105AH

ProVolt Lithium Battery 176AH

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The ProVolt lithium battery has two sizes – 105AH, best for 4 passenger golf carts, and 176AH, recommended for 6 passenger golf carts. Our ProVolt battery kit comes with everything necessary to convert a 48V golf cart, including the battery, charger, mounting brackets, and adaptor. The ProVolt charger is automatic and is designed to shut off when charging is complete, and charges at a rate of 25amp. A ProVolt lithium battery is also significantly lighter than a system of lead-acid batteries, weighing under 200 pounds. Because only one is needed as opposed to multiple 6V, 8V, or 12V lead-acid batteries, the less weight on the golf cart improves performance, speed, and can even increase the overall life of the golf cart. All ProVolt batteries have a digital state of charge meter built into the top of the case, which can switch from voltage to percent of charge, as well as a duplicate remote meter which can be mounted on the dash. ProVolt batteries also have the ability to communicate by Bluetooth to an Android phone with an app that will soon be available in the Android Play store. Apple products will also be supported as well in the near future.

All of the following come in the ProVolt lithium battery kit along with the battery:
Cord for State of Charge Meter State of Charge Meter

Battery Charger

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If you are interested in purchasing a ProVolt lithium battery, visit our golf cart parts and accessories website, Prime Cart Parts, to order, and view our wide selection of other golf cart accessories. You can also read more about our ProVolt batteries on their respective pages – the 105AH and the 176AH.

ProVolt Lithium Battery Specifications

105Ah 51.2v LIFEPO4

176AH 51.2v LIFEPO4

Type: LiFePO4
Nominal capacity: 105AH
Nominal voltage: 51v
Charge voltage: 58.4v
Discharge cutoff voltage: 44.
Charge method: CC/CV
Standard charge current: 25A
Max continuous discharge current: 160A
Max peak discharge current: 320A for 30S
Cycle life: 3000 cycles 80% DOD
Weight: 50kg
Working temp range charge: 0C-55C
Working temp range discharge: -20C-65C
Storage temp: -30C-60C
Type: LiFePO4
Nominal Capacity: 176AH
Nominal Voltage: 51v
Charge voltage: 58.4v
Discharge cutoff voltage: 44.8v
Charge method: CC/CV
Standard charge current: 25A
Max continuous discharge current: 200A
Max peak discharge current: 320A for 30S
Cycle life: 3000 cycles 80% DOD
Weight: 80 KG
Working temp range charge: 0C-55C
Working temp range discharge: -20C-65C
Storage temp: -30C-60C


The Benefits of Switching to a Lithium Battery

Miramar Golf Cart is in the business of selling lithium golf cart batteries, most notably Roy Pow lithium batteries. With our turn-key replacement system, anyone can easily convert their golf cart from the standard lead-acid batteries to lithium batteries in less than an hour. Switching to lithium batteries comes with several benefits, and can take you and your golf cart to distances far beyond where it could go before, and then further.

the benefits of switching to a lithium battery

Why choose lithium?

Lithium batteries are slowly beginning to enter the mainstream world of golf carts – they are universal and can be installed in any golf cart. At Miramar Golf Cart, not only do we offer Roy Pow lithium batteries, but for a nominal fee, we can install it and easily convert a lead-acid battery system in less than an hour. Roy Pow batteries also come with a 5-year warranty.

When buying a lithium battery, the price is higher than a regular lead-acid battery, but the benefits far outweigh the cost. For one, once that lithium battery is installed, it won’t need to be replaced for up to 10 years – up to 70% in expenditures can be saved over a 5 year period, since it won’t need to be continuously replaced like a lead-acid battery. Roy Pow lithium batteries have a quick charge time of approximately 2.5 hours, and can be rapidly charged to about 80% in only an hour. It takes up to five hours to charge the battery completely, and once fully charged, it will hold that charge for about 8 months when not in use. – they also have a life cycle of up to 3,500 charge cycles. The distance a golf cart can travel depends on the power level of the lithium battery, measured in amp hours (A/H):

56 A/H: 30-35 miles per charge.

105 A/H: 60-65 miles per charge.

160 A/H: 95-100 miles per charge.

Lithium batteries are also much better for the environment, since they aren’t made with harmful chemicals like lead-acid batteries and give off no dangerous fumes. Since they aren’t filled with water either, they don’t need to be maintained like lead-acid batteries, and are considered maintenance free. Roy Pow lithium batteries are much lighter as well – since multiple lead-acid batteries are used to power a cart, the weight increases vastly, but only one lithium battery is needed, and depending on the level of power, can weigh less than 100 pounds. This puts less stress on the golf cart, and allows it to carry more weight and reach higher speeds with less effort. A Roy Pow lithium battery also has multiple built-in safety measures, such as fire detection systems, water spray systems, flammable volatile monitoring and alarms, battery box warnings and protections, battery operating situation monitoring, and anti-collision, along with many other active safety systems. They have systems that prevent them from overcharging, over discharging, short-circuiting, overheating, and even have anti-theft systems and remote GPS tracking, with the ability to check the battery status remotely in real time.

Why switch from lead-acid batteries?

Lead-acid batteries are the standard in almost every golf cart, most of the time being flooded lead-acid. These batteries need to be regularly filled with water, and also contain multiple chemicals and gases, including sulfuric acid and lead compounds. Not only are these batteries filled with a multitude of harmful chemicals, they have a possibility of giving off potentially dangerous fumes when plugged in to charge, and can even explode if something goes wrong during charging. The water inside also makes them very heavy, and with 6 or 8 in a golf cart, a lead-acid battery system can add over 300 pounds of weight to a golf cart. When plugging in a golf cart with lead-acid batteries, it’s very important to remember to lift up the seat to ventilate the fumes that may come off the battery, as buildup under the seat can be extremely dangerous. Cart owners with lead-acid battery carts must regularly perform maintenance on them, like waterfilling and terminal tightening, as well as cleaning potentially harmful acid deposits. Lead-acid batteries will also only last a few years at most, with a life cycle of about 500 charges. They need to be charged every day as well, and can take about 12 hours to fully charge. In short, lead-acid batteries do have their benefits and are easy to find, but don’t last long, and need to be replaced often – replacing them also comes with the cost of having them installed.

If you’re interested in switching from lead-acid to lithium batteries, or just want more information, you can visit our lithium battery site to view the various types of lithium batteries available and contact us using the phone number or contact form.

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How to Prepare Your Golf Cart for Long-Term Self-Storage

If you would prefer to store your golf cart on your own property rather than in a storage facility, there are several important steps to take to ensure that your golf cart stays in top condition during the off-season or time it’s not in use. Even when storing your golf cart for long periods of time, there is more to it than simply tucking the cart away in a shed for months at a time. Golf carts still require periodic maintenance when not in use, but following the right guidelines to storing your golf cart will keep it preserved and ready for when it’s time to be brought out again.

Battery Preparation

When preparing your golf cart for storage, you’ll want to first perform some basic battery maintenance. Begin by disconnecting battery cables, and clean any corrosion from the cables and battery by using a mix of baking soda and warm water (or white vinegar and water) – baking soda neutralizes acid corrosion. Fully charge the battery, as batteries will naturally self-discharge when not in use. When disconnecting the battery charger, unplug it from the AC outlet before unplugging it from the cart. Using only distilled water, refill the batteries, making sure the cart has been fully charged. Do not refill the batteries before fully charging your cart, as this can lead to electrolyte overflow.

Turn the key switch off to turn off everything on the cart, and depending on your cart, you’ll have either a Run/Tow switch or a Run/Maintenance switch. Flip this switch to “tow” or “maintenance” in order to reduce battery discharge and fire risks. Finally, disconnect the main positive and negative connections – it’s recommended to tape the connections together in order to not forget where they go.

You’ll want to periodically check in on your charge and water levels – especially in warmer climates, the water levels can slowly decrease due to evaporation, and batteries will self-discharge when left unused for extended periods of time. It’s recommended to return to your cart every 2-4 weeks and check these levels – fully recharge and refill the batteries as needed.

Tire Checks

Before putting the golf cart in storage, you’ll want to inflate your tires as high as possible without over inflating them. When the cart is stationary for long periods of time, the tires naturally deflate from the weight of the cart, possibly causing damage to the tires like flat spots. When checking in on the cart as recommended, inflate the tires every two weeks and move the cart slightly, applying pressure to a different part of the tire.

Another option is storing the golf cart off the ground – raise the cart up onto jack stands, which will take pressure off the tires and ensure that no flat spots will form.

General Cleaning

Even in the best storage, moisture will still be produced. Inspect your cart to make sure there are no rust spots, and if there are, cover them with fresh paint. Rust spots can increase from moisture in the air if left untreated, and any other markings will also worsen with extreme temperatures. Be sure to remove any crumbs that may be on the seats, as they can grow and harbor bacteria in the time the cart is stored, and make sure to clean the flooring and upholstery to prevent any possible molding. Remove any rugs or carpets, cut and polish any scratches, and replace spark plugs if needed. Other things to clean include any dirt or grime, bird or other animal droppings, mirrors, fuel, air, and oil filters, and cables and connectors.


An important tip to remember is to leave the cart in neutral when storing it, and if storing it on the ground, keep it on a level surface and surround the wheels with bricks or other heavy objects to keep it from rolling. Do not keep the parking brake engaged – this can damage the cart.

Most golf carts will fit in a 10×10 enclosed space – placing the golf cart inside is critical and will prevent any damage that could be caused by harsh weather and below freezing or exceedingly high temperatures. A garage is a good option, although it can take up space that may be needed for cars, so storing it in a small shed is another ideal choice.

Even though the cart is inside, always use a protective cover to keep dust and dirt off the cart. If you don’t have a cover specifically for golf carts, a large canvas cloth will suffice – the most important thing is simply making sure the cart is covered.

Even when not in use, your golf cart still needs periodic maintenance, so it’s important to follow these steps to ensure that your golf cart is sufficiently prepared for storage and regularly checked in on, so when it comes time to use it again, it’ll still be in top condition.