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Purchasing A 36 Volt Golf Cart Battery Charger

36 Volt Golf Cart Battery Charger

If you are in the market for a 36-volt golf cart battery charger, there are a few things that you are going to need to know first. On this page, we will cover the most important things you will need to know.

Two Types of Chargers On The Market

We are going to assume that you already know that you are after a charger for a battery bank which pumps out 36-volts. If you are not completely sure of what you need, then it is probably worth taking the time to do some research. Best way is to go lift the seat on your golf cart and count the batteries. Then count the round cell caps on top of one of your batteries. Then multiple that number by the number of batteries in your golf cart. Then double it and that is the operating voltage of your golf cart. There are a lot of different chargers out there, most prevalent in the golf cart world are 36 and 48 volt battery chargers. You will want to make sure you order the right one or it will not work.

Golf Carts Plug

It is not enough to simply know the voltage of your charger, you also will want to make sure that you choose the right plug for your golf cart. Thankfully, many of the larger manufacturers tend to standardize plugs between their models. So if, for instance, you own an EZ-GO golf cart you will have a TxT plug or and RxV plug. The end on one is rectangular in shape and is used on the 36 volt systems and the other is triangular in shape with three pins used on the 48 volt systems. However, it is always worth checking before you purchase your new golf cart battery charger to be certain. All of the chargers found on BatteryPete.com will have an image of the connector in the product image and then again in the product listing and description to ensure you know what you are purchasing.

Buying Your Golf Cart Charger

Always opt for a charger from the well known manufacturer. Peace of mind is a powerful thing, if it is a quality charger it will come with a 2 or 3 year manufacturers warranty. In addition to this, the charger tends to be constructed from higher quality components. This means the potential for failure is minimal but covered in the event you have an issue.)

Yes, they are going to cost more, but they are going to save you a whole lot more money in the long term. You get what you pay for – quality always comes at a price.

Pete says do some research on your own, price shop locally and on the web. You will find Pete offers some of the best products on the market at very reasonable prices. Plus Free Shipping over $99 bucks.
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