48V E-Series Lithium Battery 

The Affordable Lithium Battery Solution


2048 Wh ⁄ 48 V


4096 Wh ⁄ 48 V


8960 Wh ⁄ 48 V

Why Choose The E-Series Battery

Affordable cost

Unit price is as low as $0.5 per watt-hour.

Longer life cycles

3000 cycles at 80% DOD.

High energy density

70% less weight and space than standard lead-acid batteries.

Made for ePropulsion Motors

Data synced with ePropulsion motors to apply smart operation strategy.

It’s Time to Replace your Lead-Acid Battery with our LiFePO4 Battery

The chemistry of E-Series batteries is LiFePO4, which is 30% lighter but provides about 50% more usable capacity than AGM lead-acid batteries. In addition, LiFePO4 batteries have a longer life of up to 3000 cycles, while the AGM can only reach 300 to 500 cycles.








Discharge and charge port

Motor communication port

CAN communication port

State of charge indicator lights

Power button

Removable lift handle









Why choose an E-Series battery over a 3rd-party option?

ePropulsion batteries are designed for maximum efficiency, performance and safety. Using 3rd-party batteries does not allow for the use of our communication cable which brings data accuracy to the gauge and ensures useful operating strategy for safety and performance.

Can I use the third-party chargers for E-Series Battery?

No. Third-party chargers are not allowed for warranty reasons. Consult with your dealer or ePropulsion on Facebook before you use a 3rd-party charger.

Can I connect different E-Series battery sizes in parallel?

No. For parallel connection, E40, E80 and E175 can only be connected to the same model of the same age because they have different Battery Management Systems and different cell configurations.

What is the communication terminator used for?

It improves the signal quality. Without the communication terminator, E-Series batteries won’t work in a parallel connection. Make sure you purchase this tool before a parallel connection.

How do I turn on and turn off the E-Series batteries in parallel connection?

Always power the master battery on/off first, not the secondary battery. If the secondary battery is powered on/off before the master battery damage or reduced usable capacity may occur.

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