I have a car battery, the capacity is 105ah. Can electric vehicle use it?

I have a car battery, the capacity is 105ah. Can electric vehicle use it?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    Not likely. Most electric vehicles operate off a higher voltage than that. And 105Ah won't get a vehicle very far at all.

  • david
    Lv 4
    9 years ago

    Not really. The battery in your car is a lead/acid starting battery. There are 2 types of battery. The starting battery has cells that are made up of a lead "sponge" type construction, this gives it greater surface area and allows it to discharge a large amount of amps rapidly. This is what you need for the starter motor.

    The other type of battery is called a "deep discharge" battery. This type has thick lead plates which can be discharged over a longer period of time. This is the battery to use for a EV (Electric Vehicle).

    There is one thing though, even though it's called a deep discharge battery, this does not mean you can run it until it's dead. You should never go below 80% depth of discharge or you can ruin it. 50% DOD (Depth Of Discharge) is even better.

    Source(s): Home Power Magizine www.homepower.com
  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    No.An electric vehicle's battery capacity is measured in kilowatt-hours In the EV world, kilowatt-hours are to batteries as gallons are to gas tanks.the same unit your home electric meter records to determine your monthly electric bill.

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