Golf Cart Batteries

Trojan, Willard & RoyPow Golf Cart Batteries

Overview

At Golf Car Associates we are golf cart battery experts, proudly offering a wide range for sale in South Africa. As a Trojan Golf and Utility Vehicles Master Battery Distributor, we stock the Trojan range in our 6V, 8V and 12V Deep-Cycle lead-acid battery line-up, as well as the proudly South African Willard Golf Cart batteries.

We also sell the new, game-changing maintenance free Trojan Motive T-875-AGM Sealed 8V Battery, and, in our Lithium-ion range, the new Trojan GC2 48V, which uses the existing charger works as before (after the charging algorithm has been amended), as well as the RoyPow LiFePO4 48V Lithium-ion golf cart battery.

Our fleet carts with acid batteries are also fitted with Flow-Rite’s Pro-Fill battery watering system, specifically designed for use with golf cars.

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What we offer

  • Trojan's first sealed AGM maintenance-free battery
  • RoyPow & Trojan Lithium-ion golf cart batteries
  • 8V and 12V Trojan & (proudly South African) Willard batteries
  • Flow-Rite's Pro-Fill battery watering system
  • Battery installation, maintenance and servicing

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  • The efficiency, power output and ease of maintenance of the Lithium-ion battery makes it a popular choice for modern electric golf carts. We supply & fit the Trojan GC2 48V lithium-ion battery, which uses the same charger as the T-875, as well as the RoyPow LiFePO4 48V 105AH as an aftermarket battery (mainly installed into older and preowned cars as it currently affects the Yamaha warranty on new cars).

    • Long-term benefits of lithium batteries outweigh the higher expense.
    • Requiring fewer batteries means less weight (Fitted Li-ion batteries weigh 25% of a lead acid set).
    • Lead acid batteries can lose around 33% of their charge in 30 days, while lithium only lose around 3% – this can be important if your cart sits dormant for an extended period.
    • Lithium batteries operate at a fully-charged level of power delivery until they completely lose their charge – no loss of torque or power.
    • It takes a lead battery around 8 hours to fully charge, while lithium batteries can be fully charged in about 3-4 hours, saving electricity.
    • Lithium batteries will also last much longer than lead batteries because they can handle far more charging cycles over their lifetime (5x more).
    • Partially charging a lead acid battery may result in damaging the cells while lithium batteries can handle quick, short charges without damage.

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