Internet #307684946

Model # RY48110-1A

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38 in. 75 Ah Battery Electric Rear Engine Riding Lawn Mower and Bagging Kit

  • Fully Electric Riding Mower with Zero Emissions - Bagger Included
  • Easily Run up to 2 Hours or 2 Acres of Mowing Per Charge
  • Low Maintenance - No Gas, Belts, Spark Plugs or Filters
$ 2,949 00
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Product Overview

  • Fully Electric Riding Mower with Zero Emissions - Bagger Included
  • Easily Run up to 2 Hours or 2 Acres of Mowing Per Charge
  • Low Maintenance - No Gas, Belts, Spark Plugs or Filters
It's never been a better time to turn away from gas and towards the RYOBI 48V Battery Powered Riding Mower. Powered by 75 Ah batteries with a 2-hour run time, this 38 in. 75 Ah Battery Electric Rear Engine Riding Lawn Mower and Bagging Kit comes equipped with a 38 in. 2 blade deck and a 12 position manual deck adjustment so you have full control over your cut. Since this mower is electric, there is no need to replaces belt, spark plug or filters.
  • Low maintenance: no belts, spark plugs, or filters
  • Battery operated: no gas, fumes, charge and go
  • Up to 2-hours of runtime: up to 2 acres per charge
  • Dual high powered brushless motors
  • Quiet cutting
  • Cruise control, USB charging
  • LED headlights
  • 12 position manual deck adjustment
  • 38 in. 2-blade deck
  • Charges through standard 120-Volt outlet
  • 1 bagger and 2 bagging blades included
  • High density poly ethaline cover and connection tubes
  • Nylon mesh bagging bins
  • Some assembly required
  • Replacement Battery: Leoch model LPC12-75
  • Learn More about the RYOBI Platform Here



  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Fully Electric Riding Mower with Zero Emissions - Bagger Included
  • Easily Run up to 2 Hours or 2 Acres of Mowing Per Charge
  • Low Maintenance - No Gas, Belts, Spark Plugs or Filters
Model #: RY48110-1A
Internet #: 307684946

It's never been a better time to turn away from gas and towards the RYOBI 48V Battery Powered Riding Mower. Powered by 75 Ah batteries with a 2-hour run time, this 38 in. 75 Ah Battery Electric Rear Engine Riding Lawn Mower and Bagging Kit comes equipped with a 38 in. 2 blade deck and a 12 position manual deck adjustment so you have full control over your cut. Since this mower is electric, there is no need to replaces belt, spark plug or filters.

  • Low maintenance: no belts, spark plugs, or filters
  • Battery operated: no gas, fumes, charge and go
  • Up to 2-hours of runtime: up to 2 acres per charge
  • Dual high powered brushless motors
  • Quiet cutting
  • Cruise control, USB charging
  • LED headlights
  • 12 position manual deck adjustment
  • 38 in. 2-blade deck
  • Charges through standard 120-Volt outlet
  • 1 bagger and 2 bagging blades included
  • High density poly ethaline cover and connection tubes
  • Nylon mesh bagging bins
  • Some assembly required
  • Replacement Battery: Leoch model LPC12-75
  • Learn More about the RYOBI Platform Here



  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Price
$2,949.00
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$3,499.00 /box
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Ratings (1237) (750) (6) (261)
Terrain Type Flat with Obstacles Flat with Obstacles Flat with Obstacles Flat with Obstacles
Cutting Width 38 inches 38 inches 32 inches 42 inches
Turning Radius (in.) 16 16 19 0
Engine Make OEM Branded OEM Branded OEM Branded Ryobi
Transmission Type Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
63 in
Assembled Height (in.)
46 in
Assembled Width (in.)
38.5 in
Cutting Width
38 inches
Front Wheel Size (in.)
15
Mower Deck Width
38
Rear Wheel Size (in.)
16
Turning Radius (in.)
16

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Battery Amp Hours
75 Ah
Battery Run Time (min.)
120
Charge Time (hours)
14
Commercial / Residential
Residential
Cutting Options
Bag,Side-Discharge
Deck Material
12 Gauge Steel
Deck Type
Stamped
Drive Type
Rear-wheel Drive
Engine Make
OEM Branded
Engine Torque (ft.-lb.)
0
Horsepower (hp)
0 hp
Included with Riding Mowers
Battery(s)
Lawn Mower Type
Rear Engine Riding Mower
Maximum Cutting Height (in.)
4.5
Maximum Forward Speed (mph)
8
Maximum Reverse Speed (mph)
3
Minimum Cutting Height (in.)
1.5
Mower Size
Small
Number of Blades
2 blades
Number of Blades
2
Number of Deck Wheels
2
Power Type
Electric
Product Weight (lb.)
595 lb
Rear Wheel Size (in.)
15 in.
Refurbished
No
Returnable
30-Day
Riding Mower Features
Adjustable Cutting Height,Adjustable Speed,Assembly Required,Battery level indicator,Brushless Motor,Cruise Control,Cup Holder,Headlights,Keyed start,Residential,Single-lever height adjustment,USB Port
Size of Yard
1/2 - 2 Acres
Start Type
Electric
Terrain Type
Flat with Obstacles
Transmission Type
Automatic

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
TUV Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3 year Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
63 in
Assembled Height (in.)
46 in
Assembled Width (in.)
38.5 in
Cutting Width
38 inches
Front Wheel Size (in.)
15
Mower Deck Width
38
Rear Wheel Size (in.)
16
Turning Radius (in.)
16

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Battery Amp Hours
75 Ah
Battery Run Time (min.)
120
Charge Time (hours)
14
Commercial / Residential
Residential
Cutting Options
Bag,Side-Discharge
Deck Material
12 Gauge Steel
Deck Type
Stamped
Drive Type
Rear-wheel Drive
Engine Make
OEM Branded
Engine Torque (ft.-lb.)
0
Horsepower (hp)
0 hp
Included with Riding Mowers
Battery(s)
Lawn Mower Type
Rear Engine Riding Mower
Maximum Cutting Height (in.)
4.5
Maximum Forward Speed (mph)
8
Maximum Reverse Speed (mph)
3
Minimum Cutting Height (in.)
1.5
Mower Size
Small
Number of Blades
2 blades
Number of Blades
2
Number of Deck Wheels
2
Power Type
Electric
Product Weight (lb.)
595 lb
Rear Wheel Size (in.)
15 in.
Refurbished
No
Returnable
30-Day
Riding Mower Features
Adjustable Cutting Height,Adjustable Speed,Assembly Required,Battery level indicator,Brushless Motor,Cruise Control,Cup Holder,Headlights,Keyed start,Residential,Single-lever height adjustment,USB Port
Size of Yard
1/2 - 2 Acres
Start Type
Electric
Terrain Type
Flat with Obstacles
Transmission Type
Automatic

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
TUV Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3 year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

In the year 2017, it is insulting that ryobi chose to use lead acid batteries instead of long las...

In the year 2017, it is insulting that ryobi chose to use lead acid batteries instead of long lasting, safe, lithium phosphates(lifepo4).( 3 year life vs 10+ years.) I would have paid $800 more for lithium. Heck i even used lithium on my last ebike, why cant $ryobi$?
Asked by: Justin
My RM480e is nearing two years of use with two winter storage seasons. Comparing the total cost of operation for this mower against my neighbor’s 42” Toro Timecutter, the difference would pay for a total battery replacement for the RM480e In two years. The battery maker (Leoch) states that these batteries should provide 1,500 - 1,700 charge cycles due to the way the mowers electronics limit the routine depth of discharge to about 30%. My mower is approaching 100 charge cycles after nearly two years of ownership. This mower is costing me $0.20 per hour to operate.
Answered by: Jamis
Date published: 2020-06-11

I've been using this mower for the entire summer and love it. However I have one growing concern ...

I've been using this mower for the entire summer and love it. However I have one growing concern as I prepare to put it away until the Spring: the battery power seems to be declining. When I first bought it and began to use it the batteries would indeed last the 2.5 hours for which they're advertised. Over the following months leading to now (November), the run time has slowly decreased. As I write this, I only receive about 1.5 hours of run time. I clean the mower deck before each use. Hopefully there is a simple solution to this. Please advise.
Asked by: Gyrene
One important point to note regarding the electronics in the Ryobi electric riders. The voltage controller on board and the charger limit the pack discharge down to 36 volts. That means you can’t discharge the battery pack more than 30%, as the system simply shuts down when the pack voltage drops below 36 volts. According to the battery manufacturer (Leoch) this form of management should deliver 1,500 to 1,700 charge cycles for the SLA/AGM batteries. How many times a year do you mow? My RM480e just passed 100 charge cycles ( including two winters of storage cycles) and still uses only about 3% of the available 15 volt charge during over an hour of mowing. The cost of operation savings over an ICE rider will pay for new batteries in two years of use.
Answered by: Jamis
Date published: 2020-07-04

Can you attach a snow plow ?

Asked by: Mitscientist
I understand your traction issue. My neighbor has voiced a traction issue with his RM480ex when the pavement is icy. I suggested adding some weight at the rear. I suggested using a tailgate like mine with a hundred pounds of weights on it. Another neighbor just bought a Craftsman ICE front engine rider with a snow blade on it. We’ll see hoe well it does on the next snowfall.
Answered by: Jamis
Date published: 2020-02-20

With nothing to synchronize the blades (separate motors) how do they overlap without hitting? Do ...

With nothing to synchronize the blades (separate motors) how do they overlap without hitting? Do they not overlap? If so, how does it not leave a seem of uncut grass down the middle of each pass?
Asked by: John
I haven’t looked but I assume they are staggered fore/aft (one blade an inch or so farther forward than the other) to allow the needed overlap. It’s just geometry : )...
Answered by: kinggrr
Date published: 2019-09-22
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