Charger for ebike battery

BarleyRiser

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I have a 36V 5.8Ah ebike battery with a USB C charging socket. What could this be charged by? Would any of the following work with it:
1) 42V @ 2A
2) 12V @ 10A
3) 5V @ 2A

Is there any rule for what is possible?
I have a charger which says its output is:
5V@3A, 9V@3A, 12V@2.25A, 20A@1.35A, 11V@3A. Is this likely to work?
 
You should be able to research the battery and find out but a 2amp charger is usually slow or low enough to safely charge slowly without effecting or shortening life of the battery from unnecessary stress. I would not just start charging without contacting battery manufacturers if u ruin it it won't be cheap to replace.
 
Dear Barley
I have a 36V 5.8Ah ebike battery with a USB C charging socket. What could this be charged by? Would any of the following work with it:
1) 42V @ 2A
2) 12V @ 10A
3) 5V @ 2A

Is there any rule for what is possible?
I have a charger which says its output is:
5V@3A, 9V@3A, 12V@2.25A, 20A@1.35A, 11V@3A. Is this likely to work?
please choose the 42v 2A charger, and for 36v ebike battery, the charge cutt off voltage is 42v (10 cellX single cell 4.2v). low 2A charger can make your battery full charge and not harmful for your capacity,the charge time is 3-3.2hour.please donnot us other charger in case of cacth fire or make battery pack dead.thank you.
 
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