Lithium batteries are commonly used in various types of machines and applications due to their high energy density, efficiency, and relatively low weight. Here are some examples of machines that might use Allied 36, 48V or 72V lithium battery products:

Electric Bicycles (E-bikes): Many electric bicycles utilize lithium batteries to provide the necessary power for electric motors. These batteries offer a good balance between size, weight, and energy capacity, making them suitable for powering E-bikes.

Electric Scooters: Similar to E-bikes, electric scooters often use lithium batteries. These batteries can provide sufficient power to propel the scooter while still maintaining a manageable weight for portability.

Electric Golf Carts: Golf carts, used for transportation on golf courses, are increasingly powered by 48V lithium batteries. These batteries offer a reliable power source for the electric motors used in golf carts.

Electric Wheelchairs: Mobility aids like electric wheelchairs often use lithium batteries to provide the necessary power for the motor. These batteries are preferred for their compact size, lightweight, and high energy density.

Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS): Some UPS systems use lithium batteries to store electrical energy and provide a backup power source during outages. This is common in data centers, telecommunications, and critical infrastructure.

Solar Power Systems: Lithium batteries are often used in off-grid solar power systems to store energy generated by solar panels. These batteries allow for efficient storage and utilization of solar energy.

Electric Vehicles (EVs): While higher voltage systems are more common in electric cars, some smaller electric vehicles, such as neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs) or certain types of electric scooters, may use 48V lithium batteries.

Marine Applications: Some electric boats and other marine vessels use lithium batteries for propulsion. These batteries provide a good balance between power and weight, essential for watercraft.

Material Handling Equipment: Electric forklifts and other material handling equipment in warehouses and factories may be powered by lithium batteries, providing a reliable energy source for their electric motors.

Backup Power Systems: Various backup power systems for residential and commercial applications may use lithium batteries. These systems can provide emergency power during grid failures or blackouts.

It's important to note that the specific voltage requirements can vary. The choice of battery voltage depends on the power requirements and design considerations of the particular machine or application. If you're looking for details on what the best battery solution for your machine and setup, feel free to get in touch with our team!