Electric Car Batteries – How The Electric Car System Works?

It's not uncommon for people to be interested in batteries in electric vehicles because they want to know how a pair of batteries can power a car and drive it 100 miles. In fact, this curiosity is quite high among car owners because most of the car owners have had trouble starting at least once in their life due to a low car battery. 

Given the size of the battery that occupies a large area in the engine compartment, it is not surprising that such thoughts arise among car owners. To solve this problem, we need to know the main differences between traditional pre-owned car batteries and batteries that power electric cars.

For traditional car battery manufacturers, the price of their products is an important factor and to keep a reasonable budget, they use limited technology. However, these batteries are satisfactory for conventional methods of use.

The situation is very different with a car battery. Although battery systems are almost the same as conventional car batteries, they use the latest technology in construction and charging. For example, batteries have electrolyte in the form of a gel, but not in a liquid form like most conventional batteries. 

Due to its gel form, this battery can be installed in any orientation. This allows electric car manufacturers to place car batteries in the desired orientation, allowing more cells to fit in a smaller space. More battery in a limited space allows for better engine performance and mileage on a single charge.