Model # AM00180

Internet #202213202

Ryobi 48-Volt Cordless Self-Propelled Lawn Mower Replacement Battery
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Ryobi

48-Volt Cordless Self-Propelled Lawn Mower Replacement Battery

  • Provides optimal power to keep your lawn mower going
  • Cordless design offers easy portability for job sites
  • Low-noise and maintenance for easy operation
Was  $129.00
$9030 /each

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Product Overview

  • Provides optimal power to keep your lawn mower going
  • Cordless design offers easy portability for job sites
  • Low-noise and maintenance for easy operation
Think you have to get out the gas mower for larger jobs. Not when you have a back-up battery on hand. This 48 Volt battery is just what you need to keep your 48V Ryobi Cordless Mower going strong. So you can have convenience of low noise, low maintenance and minimal effort no matter what size your job is. The back-up 48Volt battery keeps your Ryobi cordless mower working so you can get the job done.

Product Overview

  • Provides optimal power to keep your lawn mower going
  • Cordless design offers easy portability for job sites
  • Low-noise and maintenance for easy operation
Model #: AM00180
Internet #: 202213202

Think you have to get out the gas mower for larger jobs. Not when you have a back-up battery on hand. This 48 Volt battery is just what you need to keep your 48V Ryobi Cordless Mower going strong. So you can have convenience of low noise, low maintenance and minimal effort no matter what size your job is. The back-up 48Volt battery keeps your Ryobi cordless mower working so you can get the job done.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
5.5
Product Height (in.)
10.5
Product Width (in.)
11.5

Details

Fits brands
RYOBI Mower
Fits models
RY14110, RY14110A
Part Type
Cordless Battery
Returnable
90-Day
Used With Equipment Type
Walk-Behind Mower
Voltage (volts)
48

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 Day

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
5.5
Product Height (in.)
10.5
Product Width (in.)
11.5

Details

Fits brands
RYOBI Mower
Fits models
RY14110, RY14110A
Part Type
Cordless Battery
Returnable
90-Day
Used With Equipment Type
Walk-Behind Mower
Voltage (volts)
48

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 Day

Questions & Answers

Is there a trickle charger for the 48 volt cordless self propelled lawn mower battery Or how do you suggest to store it for the winter

Asked by: Robb
The manual that came with my mower when I bought it said one could leave the original charger that came with mower plugged in and connected to the mower all the time to maintain full charge. However, it overcharged and ruined the battery pack - a few days after the 1 year warranty on the battery pack had expired, naturally. Others have had the same experience. When I got a replacement pack I decided to treat it like I would any other lead acid battery. So, with that in mind, for the winter I fully charge it and I store it indoors in my climate controlled basement and check the state of charge every month or so. If it falls below one unlit green LED, I charge it for 15 minutes or so. The pack has two 24 volt batteries in it, so a normal 12 volt trickle charger would not be suitable. If you found a 24v trickle charger, you'd have to open the pack and connect it properly anyway. By the way, I have had several of those 12 volt trickle chargers over the years and they all fail eventually as well. You may get 2 or 3 years out of them. If you search on line you will see this is a common complaint. One thing I recently realized is that, if the wiring diagram from Ryobi is correct, only one of the two 24v packs is connected to the test circuit with green LEDs. They must assume both batteries will have the same state of charge. From some previous posts I surmise this may not always be the case - one battery may fail to charge when the other one is fully charged so even thought all the LEDs are lit, when the battery is in the mower, the mower won't run properly because it is trying to run on one charged and one dead battery...they are in series with the mower motor to give the 48 volts. Nothing you can do about that with out making some changes to the test circuitry.
Answered by: Chris
Date published: 2017-09-29

What is the Amp hour rating on this battery?

What is the Amp hour rating on this battery?
Asked by: lormer
Hi Lormer, This battery has a 10ah rating on it. Thanks for your interest. Greg
Answered by: RYOBIOutdoors
Date published: 2017-09-06

Why is a battery failling after only 18 months. and then charge half the price for new mower for a battery with a useless warranty.

Asked by: Steven
You'll have to ask Ryobi that one. They have a website: ryobitools. I have found them to be quite responsive.
Answered by: Petethepainter
Date published: 2017-08-02

After one year?

Well, I can't find my receipt, so I don't know how old this is - although it is more than 1 year. However, I too have the defective charger and now battery, and called Ryobi service. Basically I was told I was welcome to buy a new one since it was past the one year. When a company like this has a known defect in one of the products, and still refuses to make it right on a technicality. . That is something I very much dislike - and will prevent me from ever spending any more $ with this company, and I will tell everyone I know! 1 year on a seasonal item, and knowing the part was defective is very bad business. Does anybody know if there is something "other" than the 4050 service department to call? Is there some code to tell the person? I called twice and was met with eye rolling sounds each time.
Asked by: Jeanie
Yes, my battery overcharged after the warranty from Ryobi had expired, maybe 1 or 2 seasons. The manager at my local HomeDepot was kind enough to give me a new battery pack from his display model, which I now handle very carefully - never leave charging for more than 1 hour when discharged - store UNPLUGGED in a cool dry place (our basement) after fully charging. The replacement has lasted me a few years now. Ryobi has changed to Lithium batteries which will last a lot longer and can be stored when 50% or less, but not fully discharged, when not in use. The 48-volt batteries are sealed lead-acid batteries (if I recall correctly) inside. If you want to keep this mower and don't want to pay $90 to Ryobi for a replacement battery pack, you might get a battery specialty shop, like BatteriesPlus to replace the batteries inside he pack for you for less. If you do get new batteries, follow the guidelines I laid out in other posts on this subject - store fully charged, store unplugged, in a cool dry place (indoors basement works for me), don't overcharge - check after first hour when charging by unplugging from wall and pack, pushing little button, then waiting 5 minutes and pushing it again because the first push is never accurate, then charge a little bit more and test again before storing. If stored for a long time, like over winter, test every few weeks and if more than one green light is not lit, charge for 1/2 hour or so until fully charged. Good luck.
Answered by: Chris
Date published: 2017-08-02
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Customer Reviews

48-Volt Cordless Self-Propelled Lawn Mower Replacement Battery is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 214.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad Buy! Lawn mower worked well in first year then battery died. A new battery is $130.00 or thereabouts but now is unavailable in my (British Columbia) area where I bought this from Home Depot three years ago. I expect parts and availability to be better than that.
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This mower, and it's battery worked great for the first year. After that, what a piece of garbag... This mower, and it's battery worked great for the first year. After that, what a piece of garbage. Battery died and either would not charge or hold a charge. I have seen some reviews that say the charger actually does not recognize when the battery is charged and essentially "cooks" the battery. I bought a second battery (not a charger) and had same issue. Now very happy to own a gas guzzling, polluting, noisy, and always works "traditional" mower. I'll try to sell this piece of garbage to some tree hugger and let them spend all their money to help "save" the environment.
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I bought the battery only over a month ago so... I bought the battery only over a month ago so I haven't really used it but for about 4 or 5 times. It is doing well. It charges all right and it powers the mower well, especially in the area of the lawn that inclines up. So far it is doing good. I have a question though. What can I do with the old battery? It still charges but does not have enough power after being fully charged. Can I have it refurbished and use it as a backup battery? How much would it cost to have it refurbished?
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Unique battery There is only one 48 volt battery that fits this mower. Its a very good battery and very expensive. There are no component batteries for sale anywhere to repair the original battery assembly although they would cost around $30 each. I dismantled my old battery and found that one of the two 24 volt batteries was still in perfect condition. The other was "bad" and would not hold a charge. So I was forced to spend well over $130.00 instead of a $30.00 repair. Bottom line. Look for a mower with generic batteries and save a bundle!
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've only used it 3 times,but I am very pleased with the power and ease of installation I experie... I've only used it 3 times,but I am very pleased with the power and ease of installation I experienced. It is great to have enough power to do the entire lawn ( 5,ooo sq ft) quickly and easily. This battery replaces one I've used for 3 years. I hope it lasts as long.
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The battery and the lawnmower work well. The only compliant is the design of the charger plug to... The battery and the lawnmower work well. The only compliant is the design of the charger plug to the battery. It is a 'keyed' plug but very easy to attempt to insert it the wrong way. The way the plug is design also makes it a difficult angle to plug in.
Date published: 2017-07-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from These batteries do not last as long as expected. ... These batteries do not last as long as expected. I do like the connivence, low maintenance and lack of fumes associated with an electric mower so I keep buying the batteries. I wish someone would improve their longevity. Product arrived fast.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Its ok The battery is high maintenance in regards to temperature control, charging time and storage. I have a small lawn and if I use the drive on the mower, the battery loses power before I finish cutting the grass. Very heavy!
Date published: 2017-08-01
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