20-cell 36v 7.5A Scooter Battery Packs

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These are Scooter Battery packs using x20 Eve 18650 or LGM26 cells in 10s2p. The packs are reclaimed from scooters but are in working order, cells are coming in at least 95% of the original capacity. These can be used for replacing internal Ninebot ES2, ES4 scooter battery packs. They can also be used for powering eBikes or any other 36v devices requiring 7.5A or less. 

There are bolt holes on the bottom that can be used to secure it and it also has easy access to the cells.

Most packs contain Blue EVE 26V 18650, 2.55Ah cells. Some packs may contain LGM261865.


EVE 18650




Awakened battery packs have a blinking blue LED light on the tope edge, near the XT30 connector. If your pack has no blinking light, it needs to be awakened (see below for instructions on waking up the pack's BMS). Charge these packs using the NEW 42V 1.7A BATTERY CHARGER + MU CABLE BY XIAOMI. Make sure you fully charge the pack as soon as you receive it and before using it.

Battery Pack LED Indicator Lights

  • Blinking blue = BMS activated
  • Blinking red = Charging
  • Blinking red and blue = Trickle charging
  • No blinking light = BMS asleep, needs to wake

Charger LED Indicator Lights

  • Solid red = Charging
  • Blinking red = Trickle charge
  • Green = Fully charged

    When the charger is plugged into your battery pack you should see the charger's LED indicator light shine in solid red and the battery pack's LED indicator light blinking red. If you see the charger's LED indicator light blinking red (trickle charging) and the battery pack's LED indicator light blinking red & blue, leave your battery pack charging for an extended period of time until the charger's LED indicator light turns solid red.


    If your pack is asleep, this video shows you how to wake it up:

    To wake the pack: Fully charge the pack, connect the charger first, then press the BMS reset button. LED light on battery pack should blink blue.

    Scooter packs are great for harvesting 18650 cells as they typically have very low cycles.  To harvest the cells you have to crack packs open and extract the cells,  you'll have to cut and clean the Nickel interconnects using snips.

    Once the Cells are out and clean you will have to test them using a charger like this.

    Typical Capacity: 2600mAh
    Nominal Capcity: 2550mAh
    Diameter: 18mm
    Length: 65mm
    Voltage nominal: 3.6V
    Charge voltage cut-off: 4.2V
    Discharging cut-off: 2.5V


    This video shows you how to DIY harvest the cells, based on a very similar pack:

    These items are sold for DIY and Second Life purposes, so even when they are sold as “new”, “NOS”, or “like-new”, they’re generally in less than perfect condition.