BATTERY CONVERSION 110V TO 220V

SKINNY

New Member
HI
MY FIRST POST
I HAVE A COUPLE OF CLUBCAR VOYAGER4 ELECTRIC CARTS
STANDARD 110V. IM GOING TO BE SPENDING MY SUMMERS IN GREECE
AND WANT TO TAKE MY CARTS WITH ME HOWEVER THEY USE 220 VOLTS 50 CYCLE VOLTAGE THERE.
QUESTION I HAVE IS WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO TO CONVERT THESE TO 220VOLTS.? IS IT JUST A BATTERY CHARGER CHANGE OR DO I ALSO HAVE TO MAKE A MODIFICATION TO THE CART ITSELF TO ACCEPT 220V.
I'VE ASKED SOME DEALERS AND GOT ??? BACK FROM THEM
CAN ANYONE HELP.
THANKS
 

HotRodCarts

Cartaholic
Welcome to the forum...

I would think the only thing you'll need is a charger compatible with the electricity in Greece. The cart itself should be fine as long as you have the proper charger.
 

lockman1

New Member
Skinny,

Here is a web site that has step down converters for overseas traveling...

https://www.dvdoverseas.com/store/index.htm...catalog6_0.html

but you'll have to determine the wattage of the cart charger to determine the size of converter you'll need!
The wattage may be stamped on your charger, get a converter that has a higher rating then what you need!
(my repair manuals don't state the wattage, and my 48v charger is at the campground!)

Hope this helps!

Don
 

autoteacher

New Member
Since I know Club Car sells overseas to countries with different voltage and hertz ratings such as 220volts/50 cycles, I would call them. Their phone number is listed on their web site and when I needed something in the past, I found them very helpful. No, I have no affiliation with them, just an autoteacher.
 
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