Stewart Golf X-Series Ultra Lithium Battery
X Series Ultra Lithium Battery (30Ah)
The new extended capacity lithium battery is compatible with X Series trolleys of all ages. Specifically designed for longer and hilly courses, it provides a 30% increase in capacity compared to the standard Lithium Battery.
The new Lithium Phosphate 30Ah battery is a genuine 12V battery, making it compatible with any X Series trolley (X1, X3, X5, X7, or X9). No electronics changes or adjustments are required; you can seamlessly start using the new battery as a direct replacement.
The battery is safeguarded by a sophisticated battery management system (BMS) that continuously monitors each cell, ensuring optimal performance and extended lifespan. It is supplied with a battery lead and a protective neoprene case for added convenience and protection.
You will notice that the lithium battery comes with blue/black connectors, while your trolley might have red/black connectors. This change is intended to highlight the importance of using the correct battery charger with this battery, as using the wrong charger could potentially damage the battery.
DO NOT USE A LEAD-ACID CHARGER WITH THIS BATTERY. ONLY USE THE CORRECT CHARGER AS SUPPLIED BY STEWART GOLF. (THE LITHIUM BATTERY CAN ONLY BE CHARGED WITH THE BATTERY CHARGER THAT HAS THE BLACK/BLUE OR BLACK/RED TORBURY CONNECTORS)
Charger is NOT included.
Is this a 36 hole battery?
We cannot guarantee that this is a 36-hole battery, but based on our average measurements, it should be good for 36 holes. In testing with the Stewart Golf X9, the battery's average use was 12-15Ah per round of golf. However, there are several variables within your control as a golfer that can affect battery consumption. It's similar to fuel consumption in a car; your car may be able to cover 500 miles on a tank of fuel, but if driven inefficiently or heavily loaded, it may only achieve 300 miles at times.
18 holes of golf is not a finite measurement. There can be a difference of several miles from a short to a long course (taking the distance between green and tee in to account too).
Terrain, ground condition, bag weight, and a number of other factors can make a big difference. Imagine running along a flat concrete road as opposed to up a steep sand dune & you’ll get the idea.
The quality of the golf also affects how far you walk. A golfer shooting 65 will walk a lot less than a golfer shooting 110 and zig-zagging up the fairways! This scenario would also see the steering being used more, which also consumes more power.
Stewart Golf 30Ah battery specification
Type: LiFePO4 (Lithium Phosphate)
Voltage: 12.8 Volts nominal, 14.4 Volts fully charged
Capacity: 30 Amp hour
Capacity: 432 Watt-hours
Life: More than 1000 cycles (see below)
Warranty: 2 years
Management: Internal integrated cell management system
Charger: Input 100/240V, 50/60 Hz Output 14.6V, 5 Amp
Charger Time: Up to 7 hours
Size: 155mm x 70mm x 50mm ( 6.1” x 2.7” x 2.0”)
In laboratory conditions over 1000 simulated golf cycles, the battery can be expected to lose 15% capacity.
The battery can be expect to lose 2-3% capacity per year through cell degradation, compared with a lead/acid battery which can lose 8-9% per year.
During testing of the battery with the Stewart Golf X-Series , its average use was 12-15Ah of the battery per round of golf.
We strongly recommend using only an official Stewart Golf battery to avoid damage to your trolley and maintain the warranty. Other non-purpose units may cause harm and invalidate the warranty. Users must charge the battery with the Stewart Golf charger to prevent any risk of damaging cells, which could also void the warranty.