Why the power stored in electric vehicle batteries in winter is falling so fast


  The past two days when I went to work, I noticed […]


The past two days when I went to work, I noticed that the battery power had decreased too quickly, because the weather became colder, and the temperature was more pronounced in winter.

Currently, electric vehicles generally use lead-acid batteries as the power source, and the energy stored by lead-acid batteries is directly proportional to the temperature. Therefore, when the temperature drops, the amount of power stored in the battery also decreases, not the increase in power consumption. When the temperature is above 25 ℃, the battery can be used normally. When the temperature is lower than 25 ℃, the mileage will be relatively shortened. Generally speaking, the mileage of electric vehicles will be shortened by about 5 kilometers in winter.

In winter, the storage capacity of electric vehicles' batteries declines. This is a very common phenomenon. Users do not need to worry too much because it will naturally recover as the temperature rises. Generally speaking, when the temperature is too low, it is necessary to shorten the use time of the electric vehicle as much as possible and charge it in time. Don't let the battery ride in the battery for a long time in the winter when riding an electric vehicle. Be sure to form the habit of charging in time at night regardless of the number of trips.

It is best not to leave the battery of the electric car idle for a long time. If it is not used in winter, it is best to charge and maintain the battery every month.