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Electric Tying Machine Battery ODM

Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries have become the preferred power source for electric pruning shears due to their superior energy density, lightweight design, and long lifespan. These batteries enable efficient and convenient pruning for amateur and professional landscapers.


Specification of Electric Tying Machine Battery


Specification of 14.4V Electric Tying Machine Battery
Voltage14.4V
Capacity4/5/6Ah
Discharge current8A continuous
Charging Current <2A
Working Voltage11V-16.8V
Charging Cut-off Voltage16.8V
Discharge Cut-off Voltage11V
Load power72W/120W
Cycle Life800+cycles
Charge Temperature0℃ to 45℃
Discharge Temperature -20℃ to 60℃
Humidity60±25%R.H




Model VoltageCapacityDischarge CurrentCharging portProtocol
WP-CB0614.4V 4~6Ah 8A ContinuousSame Port/


Automatic Battery Protection Module/System

Low Voltage Disconnect

Over Voltage Disconnect

Short Circuit Protection

Reverse Polarity Protection

Cell Balancing



How long does the Lithium Electric Tying Machine Battery Last?

The lifespan of a lithium battery in an electric tying machine, like those used in agriculture, construction, or packaging, depends on various factors such as usage patterns, charging practices, storage conditions, and the quality of the battery. Here’s an overview of what affects the longevity of these batteries and general expectations for their lifespan.

Factors Affecting Battery Life

1. Charge Cycles:

  • Typical Lifespan: Lithium-ion batteries generally endure between 300 to 500 full charge cycles before their capacity diminishes noticeably. High-quality batteries may last up to 1,000 cycles.

  • Usage Impact: Frequent use and charging consume these cycles faster, while infrequent use extends the battery's lifespan.


2. Usage Patterns:

  • Intensity of Use: Continuous or heavy-duty use will drain the battery more quickly, requiring more frequent recharges.

  • Frequency of Use: Daily use will wear out the battery faster compared to occasional use.


3. Charging Practices:

  • Proper Charging: Avoid completely discharging the battery before recharging it. Keeping the battery level between 20% and 80% is ideal.

  • Overcharging: Although modern lithium-ion batteries have protection circuits, it’s best not to leave them on the charger for extended periods after they are fully charged.


4. Storage Conditions:

  • Temperature: Store the battery in a cool, dry place. Extreme temperatures can significantly shorten the battery’s lifespan.

  • State of Charge: For long-term storage, maintain the battery at about 50% charge.


5. Quality and Brand:

  • Manufacturing Quality: Batteries from reputable brands typically last longer due to superior quality control and materials.

  • Specifications: Higher capacity (Ah) batteries usually provide longer use between charges but have similar overall lifespan in terms of charge cycles compared to lower capacity batteries.

Expected Lifespan

1. Daily Professional Use:

  • Estimated Lifespan: With heavy daily use, a high-quality lithium-ion battery might last about 1 to 2 years before a noticeable reduction in capacity.

2. Moderate Use (e.g., Weekly or Biweekly):

  • Estimated Lifespan: For moderate use, expect the battery to last around 2 to 4 years, given proper care and maintenance.

3. Occasional Use (e.g., Monthly or Seasonal):

  • Estimated Lifespan: With occasional use and proper storage, the battery could last 4 to 5 years or more.

Maintenance Tips to Extend Battery Life

1. Regular Charging:

  • Avoid full discharge cycles. Recharge the battery when it reaches around 20-30%.

2. Proper Storage:

  • Store the battery at a moderate temperature and at about 50% charge if not used for extended periods.

3. Avoid Extreme Temperatures:

  • Keep the battery away from direct sunlight and avoid using or storing it in extremely cold or hot environments.

4. Use the Right Charger:

  • Always use the charger specified by the manufacturer to avoid damaging the battery.

5. Periodic Checks:

  • Regularly inspect the battery for any signs of damage, swelling, or leaks. Replace the battery if any of these signs are present.


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