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#53275
Hello sir @Youhas ,

Get this https://fr.aliexpress.com/item/4000042522477.html and connect both battery that you want to use ton increase range.

To do this, make sur that the both battery you will connect got 36V and if you can, get the same AMP ( Example : 12 800 Mah ), try to get the same value on both !

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#53276
lexfire wrote:
Thu Jun 10, 2021 9:14 am
Hello sir @Youhas ,

Get this https://fr.aliexpress.com/item/4000042522477.html and connect both battery that you want to use ton increase range.

To do this, make sur that the both battery you will connect got 36V and if you can, get the same AMP ( Example : 12 800 Mah ), try to get the same value on both !

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Thanks for reply
How can i charge my old battery without the bms? just with positive and negative cable?
The old battery have 18.2V(discharged) i measure it with multimeter(+-) it must be the same voltage as my new on scooter(fully charged) ?
If there different amp exple 7.8mah it would be problem?

#53400
Hello sir @Youhas ,

Well, NEVER charge a battery without the BMS, or it's gonna blew up if one cell is going upper than 4,2V ... The BMS is here to protect the cells of overcharging and Discharging ... If you say that the battery is 36v nominal and it's actualy 18,2V .. Be careful with that battery ..

To answer your question about different capacity ( MaH ), well, it's doing to work if you get a battery with 7.8mah with a 12.8mah for example, BUT, it will work as long as the first battery got the SAME voltage. And as you know, when a battery is fully charged it's 42V, and when discharging, it's 29V. So, try to get BOTH batteries at the same state of charged / discharged ..

#53403
lexfire wrote:
Mon Jun 14, 2021 3:50 am
Hello sir @Youhas ,

Well, NEVER charge a battery without the BMS, or it's gonna blew up if one cell is going upper than 4,2V ... The BMS is here to protect the cells of overcharging and Discharging ... If you say that the battery is 36v nominal and it's actualy 18,2V .. Be careful with that battery ..

To answer your question about different capacity ( MaH ), well, it's doing to work if you get a battery with 7.8mah with a 12.8mah for example, BUT, it will work as long as the first battery got the SAME voltage. And as you know, when a battery is fully charged it's 42V, and when discharging, it's 29V. So, try to get BOTH batteries at the same state of charged / discharged ..
So without BMS i cant do anyhting with this battery.



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