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NiMH Battery Pack: 36V 13Ah (468Wh, 3x10S/S, MH-F13)

Option 1: Battery Pack Only
Option 1: Battery Pack OnlyOptional for Product ID # 3866Option 2: Battery Pack and Charger Combo
Your Price: From $500.00 to $560.00
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  • NiMH Battery Pack: 36V 13Ah
  • Wrapped by heavy duty shrink wrap
Voltage Nominal Voltage: 36V; Discharge Cut off: 30V
Capacity 13Ah
Charge Current Standard: 1.3A;  Max. 3.9A
Discharge Current
  • Standard: 2.6A
  • Maximum: 13A
  • Standard Charge: 0 to 45°C
  • Fast Charge: 10 to 45°C
  • Discharge: -20 to 60°C
  • Storage: -20 to 60°C
Battery Dimensions(LxWxH) 349mm (13.75") x 102mm (4.0") x 95.25mm (3.75")
Battery Weight 16.8 lb (7620 g) 
Notes Things to know about Nimh Batteries

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How To Charge

  • In order to achieve the best power blance during charger, you shall use one or three our 12V smart NiMH battery pack chargers to charge each 12V battery  modules.  Full charging time is about 8.6 Hrs
  • Please disconnect the 3 to 1 Tamiya connector adapter during charging


  • Must charge three 12V 10Ah battery modules separately to keep better power balance
  • Must charge the battery in a Non-flammable environment
  • Must unplug 3 to 1 series Tamiya Discharging Connectors before charge this battery, to avoid circuit loop within three 12V 10Ah modules
  • Battery should not be in fully charged status during transportation. Only remain 20%-30% charge is ideal
  • Please don't discharge the battery pack below 30V  (1.0 V / cell).  Deep discharging may damage NiMH battery pack. 
  • Charge battery immediately every time it is discharged. Never store the battery pack at below 30V. 
  • Please read more safety warning at the link

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Product Reviews

(1 Rating, 1 Review) Average Rating:
Good Performance Battery Pack
(Unknown) 8/30/2008 6:09 AM
I have put about 60 cycles on my 36v13ah pack in my e-bike since Febuary 2008 and am very happy with it. I look after it so I expect to get 500 plus cycles. It is heavy so the main thing is not to drop it and make sure it has suitable protective coverings. That caveat aside, the pack is rugged, it performs up to spec and can maintain 7 -13 amps indefinitely with little voltage sag which is my needs. I typically peak at max 2C or 26 amps using the bike and the pack handles it no problem, it is more a problem for my bike motor! Also the 13ah capacity is accurate, I have run it down to 12.5ah on my wattsup meter a few times, being gentle on it's discharge levels after about 11ah. My average discharge per cycle is 6ah. Temperature does not seem a problem whilst operating or charging although as there are a lot of cells closely packed together, I always monitor in the summer and have the chargers on a timer with a small fan, for added safety. If you are looking for a solid performing good quality nimh pack with after sales service, you will not be disappointed with these 13ah cells.
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