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Model BA2240

Internet #205163019

56-Volt 4.0 Ah Battery

$199.99 /each
  • Powers all EGO power+ products and chargers
  • Arc-lithium: Industry's most advanced battery technology
  • Integrated fuel gauge so you know how much power is left

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The advanced EGO POWER+ 56-Volt battery uses industry-leading Arc-Lithium technology to deliver Power Beyond Belief and is compatible with all EGO outdoor power equipment. Keep-Cool battery technology keeps each cell cool for long life and work in the most extreme conditions.

  • Patented power management system protects the battery pack from the most harmful elements a battery can face from overheating to over-discharging
  • Integrated fuel gauge to let you know how much power is left in your battery
  • Charges in 30 minutes with EGO power+ Rapid Charger
  • Charges in 80 minutes with the EGO power+ 56V charger
  • Compatible with all EGO power+ products and chargers
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • Arc-lithium: Industry’s most advanced battery technology

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How long does the battery run per charge

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June 18, 2016
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I have had this mower that I purchased with a 4.0mah battery for 3 months and I have had problems with it. After 6 uses the battery wouldn't last literally 9 full minutes. Ego swapped me a new 5.0 Mah battery in 6 days so they stepped their game up. Very nice. I timed this battery cutting it on a week from the last mow and it lasted 33minutes while bagging the grass. I stopped my timer on between Read More
I have had this mower that I purchased with a 4.0mah battery for 3 months and I have had problems with it. After 6 uses the battery wouldn't last literally 9 full minutes. Ego swapped me a new 5.0 Mah battery in 6 days so they stepped their game up. Very nice. I timed this battery cutting it on a week from the last mow and it lasted 33minutes while bagging the grass. I stopped my timer on between emptying the catcher. After a while even after an empty catcher the mower will only slightly throw the grass in the bag while about a 1/4 ends up back on the ground. Keep in mind I cut my front yard at a 2in deck height and my back yard at a 3in once a week. Read Less
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Using the 4.0 aH battery in my mower, I only get about 25 to 30 min. max cutting very low centipede grass. I am on Home Depot now to purchase a second battery because of this. I just found out that a replacement 4.0 batter is about two hundred smack-a-roos. While the mower is great in itself, I am not happy at all with the battery power I am getting and the massive price of a 2nd one. So please keep that Read More
Using the 4.0 aH battery in my mower, I only get about 25 to 30 min. max cutting very low centipede grass. I am on Home Depot now to purchase a second battery because of this. I just found out that a replacement 4.0 batter is about two hundred smack-a-roos. While the mower is great in itself, I am not happy at all with the battery power I am getting and the massive price of a 2nd one. So please keep that in mind when purchasing the mower. Read Less
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About 45 min.
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June 21, 2014
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In mower on average grass, not over grown, about 45 minutes. I can mow my lawn, slap the battery in my weed eater and blower before having to charge. Thick grass I give it 30 non-stop minutes. When a lithium ion battery drains, it drains fast. When the light goes red on your mower, just stop and charge, Sure you have a little more time, but best to stop at a convenient area. I usually grab one of my Read More
In mower on average grass, not over grown, about 45 minutes. I can mow my lawn, slap the battery in my weed eater and blower before having to charge. Thick grass I give it 30 non-stop minutes. When a lithium ion battery drains, it drains fast. When the light goes red on your mower, just stop and charge, Sure you have a little more time, but best to stop at a convenient area. I usually grab one of my smaller batteries to finish the job. Read Less
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June 19, 2014
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I got my mower. Followed instructions. Charged it fully. Got my timer out and started cutting. I got about 6 minutes each time but it only took about 6 minutes to fully charge in the 30 minute charger.
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June 5, 2014
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The 56 Volt 4.0 Ah battery will run for up to 45 minutes per full charge in the EGO 56V Mower. Your “mileage” may vary a bit depending on conditions, of course.
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You'd have to comment on what tool you plan to power to get a good answer. For example, the 4AH battery will power the string trimmer much longer than it will the leaf blower on "high" setting.
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work on a 48 volt 1000 watts ebike

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It is possible. If you feel comfortable with doing some electronics work. If you do use it for an ebike and it fails please don't ask EGO to honor the 3 year warranty. They did not design the battery pack for this purpose. If you want more information, there's a guy who's actually done this: See this Read More
It is possible. If you feel comfortable with doing some electronics work. If you do use it for an ebike and it fails please don't ask EGO to honor the 3 year warranty. They did not design the battery pack for this purpose. If you want more information, there's a guy who's actually done this: See this article:
https://electricbike-blog.com/2016/04/18/use-your-cordless-power-tool-batteries-to-power-your-ebike-what-could-possibly-go-wrong/ Read Less
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I do not know what an ebike is - I use mine on a cordless lawn mower made by Ego
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May 17, 2016
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This battery is only rated and designed to work on EGO Power+ tools.
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You should NEVER use a battery not designed for the specific device it was intended for.
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No don't think so, would be afraid to try.
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May 16, 2016
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This will not work.
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Does the 4.0AH battery use the same charger as the 2.0AH battery?

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I have the blower which I like very much but can only get about 30 minutes from a charge if I do not use turbo and turn it to the middle between High and Low. If I turn it up all the way I get about 20 minutes. I am thinking of buying the 4.0AH battery based on some other questions and answers here but don't want to have to buy another charger.
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It can use the standard charger. Of course ,it will take twice as long to bring the larger battery to full charge.
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Yes it does. The longer lasting battery works great when blowing snow from the sidewalk and can still dust off the truck.
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Yes it does.
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December 2, 2014
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The 4.0Ah battery can be charged on either the 30 minute charger or the standard charger. Both chargers are compatible.
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How much does the battery weigh? (56v 4ah)

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About 5.5 lbs.
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BA2240, 56V 4.OAH Lithium ion, 4.87lbs (2.21kg)
BA1120, 56V 2.0AH, Lithium ion, 2.77lbs (1.266kg)
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Around 5 lbs, maybe a tad more. It's big, and for a reason. It's a power house. The design makes it easy to snap in and out of tools and charger.
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May 5, 2014
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It weighs 4.87 lbs.
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It weights 4.8lbs on a bathroom scale. It's about half the weight of a gallon of milk.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 121 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Died after 5 uses It fried so quick after purchase, 3 uses last year and 2 this year - dead battery - "sorry sir no receipt no warranty" - even if you look at the mfg date of 2-2014 it's still under the 3 year warranty. $200 for a replacement? It was working pretty well until it died. April 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 56-Volt 4.0 AH Battery I am very please with the battery life and how easy it is to use! July 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Battery went bad in six weeks I replaced a battery and the replacement stopped holding a charge in six weeks. The problem however is that there are no replacements available for six weeks. This puts me in quite a fix without my lawn mower for six weeks. June 26, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Battery Dead After 10 Uses Previous owner purchased mower from Home Depot in May of 2015, used it a total of 8 times and decided at 70 years old he couldn't push it up his hills. I bought it from and used it twice and now the battery light just stays on red. There doesn't appear to be any fix and it is only warranted to the original owner. This means that the resale value is extremely low if the warranty doesn't carry over on new technology. Does anyone know of a way to re-set or fix the battery? Now that I know EGO won't help, is there any 3rd party service repairing these (expensive) batteries? May 18, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by 56-Volt 4.0 Ah Battery After two years (5mo per year), the minutes went down from 45 minutes to 25 minutes with medium grass. Just year, a new battery was $100, now is priced as $200. I am not happy. I hope that a competitive battery will come on the market. May 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by must have I needed another large battery to help me get done with my lawn work in less time. May 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by battery toast after a dozen uses!!! Used this unit in a EGO blower a dozen times. It will no longer accept a charge May 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product The battery was purchase to go with new lawn mower, love them both will never own a gas mower again . Light weigh ,quiet and easy mows great. March 29, 2016
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