XB700Li Battery pack voltage

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ttunes
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Now that winter is officially here in southwest Illinois I moved the scooter from garage to basement and have begun a weekly charge of the batteries to help keep them fresh.
What I am wondering is what others are eeing for a freshly topped set of batteries?
I am seeing about 54.3V from the pack after removing the charger and letting it sit for about 5 minutes.

What are you seeing. Thanks.
Thom

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ttunes
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Re: XB700Li Battery pack voltage

I can answer my own question.
I found in the "user manual" page 9 this specification: Output 54.6 + - .2V.

RANDEL24
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Re: XB700Li Battery pack voltage

ttunes, how is your 700 li holding out in the winter? any riding? hows the batteries?I've been riding to work in 30-45 degree weather and some light rain. So far ,so good. Randel Hanford Ca

ttunes
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Re: XB700Li Battery pack voltage

No riding - it has been cold. But I have put some jim dandy meters on it for battery voltage and battery current.
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