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13s229p... wait, what?!!!
A "[nominal] 12V" device generally accepts the full voltage range of a "[nominal] 12V" lead acid battery, which is fully charged to 14.7V and empty at maybe 11V.
A "[nominal] 48V" device accepts 4x that, which is 58.8V ~ 44V.
Seems a bit weird at first, but completely normal and universal. But do make sure it says so in the spec sheet.
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