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Scooter Battery pack encased in a sleek, mountable, protective case. Pack uses x20 high quality EVE 18650 or LGM26 cells in 10s2p config. The packs are taken from original Segway Ninebot ES4 scooters, cells at around 95% original capacity. Can be used for powering eBikes or any other 36v devices requiring 5.2A or less.
Some packs may need to be awakened, see video below. Make sure you fully charge the pack before using it to power things. Use an XT30 connector to discharge the packs (see small diagram above connectors). Some packs come with impact-resistant rubber bumpers. Pack edges light up red when charging. There are bolt holes straight through that can be used to mount it to your frame > ES4 mounting bracket kit sold here. Packs have some cosmetic blemishes from storage.
Sold in 2 functioning cosmetic varieties (choose from dropdown menu):
- Harvesting only
Of course, as an official Segway Ninebot external battery packs they are compatible with the Segway Ninebot ES1 and ES2 Kick Scooters. Easy to install and nearly doubles the range of ES1 & ES2 from 15.5 miles to 28 miles, also increases ES1 & ES2 speed to 15.5 mph and 18.6 mph respectively.
- 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
Find extra battery chargers here.
Most packs contain Blue EVE 26V 18650, 2.55Ah cells. Some packs may contain LGM261865.
Use this pack to make your own DIY e-Bike!
Jehu shows you how in this video:
If your pack is asleep, watch this video to learn how to wake it up:
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.
These items are sold for DIY and Second Life purposes. Even when sold as “new”, “NOS”, or “like-new”, they may be in less than perfect condition.