I just finished my ride, can I recharge my battery?
Yes you can, but we recommend waiting for your battery to rest for at least 30 minutes before charging
If my battery is half full can I recharge it?
Yes, you can recharge or top your battery at any level of charge
Can I leave the charger plugged in?
We don't recommend to leave your battery and charger plugged in after it finished charging. Once you see the Green Light you can remove it
Can I leave the LCD turned ON while charging?
Yes, it will automatically shut down from inactivity.
My LCD bars are inaccurate
Voltage measurement will vary as the Li-Ion range is small, so we recommend the bars as reference only. For more precise measurement, we suggest using the Voltage value.
You can read here for more info
Why is there No USB charging
To maximize your battery ruggedness. Here is a detailed explanation
What is the voltage value for 20% and 80% on my battery pack?
Battery voltage fluctuates with State of Charge (SOC).
For 48V batteries, 20% SOC equates to 42V and 80% SOC equates to 51V
For 52V batteries, 20% SOC equates to 45V and 80% SOC equates to 55V
Here you can find a useful graph
Do you recommend Fast Charge?
Only if you really need it as it wears the cells faster
Can the battery be charged out of the bike
Yes, the battery can certainly be charged away from the bike. The battery may be removed and can be charged indoors or left on the bike while charging.
Can this battery be charged using different outlet inputs?
Your OEM charger is bivolt. WHich means you can plug it to a 110VAC or 220VAC outlet. Please be sure to test the outlets and charger before plugging into your pack.
Can I use an AC inverter to charge my battery?
Yes. The DC-AC inverter plugged into the car needs to be a Sine Wave Inverter that has at least 130 Watts. We suggest 200W or more. Our chargers are bivolt so you can use it at a 110VAC or 220VAC output.
Keep in mind that charging the battery from a car battery will drain the car battery unless the car is running.
Also be wary of the connections, cabling, heat and such. As there are several precautions to have in mind while doing this.
Can I use a solar panel to charge my battery?
As a rule of thumb, we do not recommend charging your battery with anything other than the standard OEM charger provided by Juiced and using a wall AC supply.
For your safety, we do not recommend direct charging because there is a set of controls in your charger that serves as a security and safety link. Direct charging doesn't provide this, period.
If you must use locally generated AC (like an inverter), please be sure to use a protection power strip and your wall charger.