A 48-volt system of 4×12 volts can deliver approximately 600 amps. Yet a 48-volt system of 8×6 volts can deliver **1,800 amps**. This alone can increase the range of a golf cart from about 12 miles to about 35 miles. Both systems deliver the same voltage, so their speed and acceleration will be similar.

- The ammeter on a 36-volt charger should show at least
**15+ amps**when the charger is plugged into the golf car, even if the batteries have not been used for a short while. A 15+ amp reading shows that the charger is actually charging, not just humming (humming is NOT an indication that the charger actually works).

## How much electricity does a golf cart charger use?

Volts multiplied by amps yields watts as the product, so the result is 1,200 watts. Divide 1.2 kilowatts by an hour and an electric golf cart consumes about 1.2 kWH.

## How many amps is a golf cart charger?

Most golf cart chargers will charge at 10-20 amps. If you have a 220 amp hour battery and are charging at 15 amps, it will take about 14 hours to charge.

## Does the AMP matter on a golf cart charger?

Any 36-volt battery charger should initially start by providing at least 15+ amps to the batteries. The amps may drop down very quickly if the batteries are fully charged but the ammeter should show at least 15 amps to start off.

## How many volts does it take to charge a golf cart?

Automatic golf cart battery chargers are not able to charge batteries that are completely discharged or dead. They require a minimal number of volts to begin charging. At least 20-25 volts across the set will be required for a 36 volt golf cart.

## Does a golf cart need to be on to charge?

You should turn your golf cart off when charging its batteries. Trying to charge a golf cart while it is running is a pointless exercise, as the battery will be draining while you’re trying to charge it. A golf cart should only be turned on once its batteries are fully charged.

## What amp charger do I need for a 48 volt golf cart?

48 Volt Golf Cart Battery Charger 6 amp With 3 Pin Charge Plug For Club Car.

## How many amps should a 36 volt charger put out?

A medium amp output 36 volt charger would be in the range of 10 to 15 amps or so, and be used for many applications using about 100 amp hours of battery and up, or applications with a constant amp load (power supply application).

## Can you charge a golf cart with a 12 volt charger?

A 36-volt golf cart has six, 6 volt batteries. You want to split those 6 batteries into 3 pairs. Each pair that you create will total 12 volts. A 12 volt car charger can charge each pair independently, since a pair equals 12 volts.

## How many amps should a 8 volt battery have?

8-volt batteries fall in the middle when it comes to range, at 56 amps. The 8-volt batteries come up 36 minutes short of the 6-volt’s range at 56 amps, at an average of 128 minutes.

## How many volts is a full charge on a 36-volt golf cart?

For example: a 36v battery pack will read 38.2v fully charged. Maximum drop under load should not be more than 6v below 38.2v equal to 32 volts or less.

## Can you charge a 8 volt battery with a 6 volt charger?

You can use a 12 volt charger to charge your 8 volt battery. You can as well charge a 6-volt battery with an 8 volt battery charger. It’s also possible to use a 6v charger for an 8v battery provided that the output voltage on the charger is higher.

## How many amp hours does a golf cart battery have?

These batteries are usually 150 amp hours each wired in series to equal 48 volt but only a sum total of 150 amp hours. Note, a lead acid battery will not last as long is discharged beyond 50% state of charge frequently. A better alternative to lead acid batteries is lithium iron phosphate golf cart batteries.

## How many amps does a 6-volt battery have?

A 6 volt battery can always be charged at 2 amps. If you’re dealing with a deep cycle battery, you must charge it at a low amperage like 2 to 4 amps. A 10 amp current could overload it or even cause it to explode.