Battery Care, Use & Specs
Battery Care, Use & Specs
ESWING uses advanced lithium-ion batteries manufactured to international standards. Lithium-ion batteries should only be handled in accordance with local laws and regulations. ESGING sells 36V,48V and 55.5V,60V batteries, please ensure that you only use our 36V,48V chargers on 36V,48V batteries and our 55.5V,60V chargers on 55.5,60V batteries.
Good practice for battery care.
After charging, allow your battery to rest for 15 minutes before riding and 15 minutes after riding before recharging.
Unplug the battery charger after the indicator light turns green to indicate your battery is fully charged.
It is best to top up your battery after each ride rather than intentionally draining it completely before charging.
Charge your battery once a month during periods of non-use.
Do not expose the battery to extremely low or high temperatures to avoid potential damage to the battery. ESWGING batteries are designed for optimal operation at temperatures below 130F and above 30F.
When first receiving a new ESWing, perform several ride tests to determine the normal range per charge. Range can be affected by a number of factors such as rider weight, grade, speed, tire pressure, wind resistance, etc. Establishing a baseline of what you should expect in terms of range will help you get the most out of your ESWING based on your specific riding conditions.
Charging the Battery
Only use an ESWING approved battery charger. ESWING battery chargers are designed to work worldwide from 110 volts - 240 volts. If you are not in the U.S., a plug adapter may be required. To charge the battery, plug the battery charging cable into the charging port located on the left rear side of the ESWING case, then plug the other end of the charging cable into a standard wall outlet. When the battery has finished charging, unplug the charger from the wall outlet before unplugging it from the battery.
Wall Outlet - Plug the charger into any wall outlet with a voltage of 100-240 VAC. The light on the charger will light up green.
Charge Port Cover - Rotate the plastic charge port cover on the left side of the chassis open to access the charge port and gently lift the rubber insert out of the way.
- Plug-in Charger - Plug the charger in by making sure that the 3 pins on the charger cable align with the three holes on the charge port and push into place firmly. When the board is charging normally the light on the charger will turn red to indicate the board is accepting the charge and will turn to green when fully charged.