1. Charge it every day.
Even if your continuation capability is not long, you can use it for 2 to 3 days on a single charge, but it is recommended that you charge it every day, so that the battery is in a shallow cycle and the battery life will be extended. Lithium batteries do not have a memory function, so there is no need to recharge them after the power is used up. Frequent discharge will have a great impact on the life of the battery. After the battery is fully charged, unplug the power supply as soon as possible to prevent damage to the battery caused by overcharging.
2. Regular charge and discharge.
If the battery is not used for a long time, it should be charged and discharged regularly. Generally, a complete charge and discharge should be carried out every three months. The method of complete discharge is to ride the bicycle under the condition of normal load on the flat road until the first undervoltage protection. After the complete discharge is completed, the battery is fully charged.
3, try to use the original charger
The charger should use the original charger matched by the battery manufacturer. Do not replace the charger at will when you are not sure. If the continuation mileage requirement is relatively long, it is best to equip the original charger and charge it in time.
4. Protect the charger.
Generally, chargers should not be placed directly in the box and basket of electric bicycles. If you must put it, pack the charger with foam cotton to prevent vibration and cause abnormal charging status.
5. Pay attention to the charging environment.
The best ambient temperature for charging is 25°C. In real life, when the ambient temperature is really less than 25 °C, there must be a problem of overcharging in summer and undercharging in winter. Fortunately, most families now have indoor temperature regulation conditions, so when charging, it is best to arrange the battery and charger in a ventilated and temperature-regulated environment.
6. Develop some good habits of saving electricity.
Take advantage of gliding as much as possible. When going downhill, use the power off in advance to coast down as much as possible. Enter the taxi ahead of time when you are about to encounter a traffic light to minimize braking. When starting, it is best to add riding assistance, which can not only improve the starting speed, but also reduce the damage to the battery.
Through these methods, users can greatly extend the life of the battery.