How to charge lithium battery correctly?

2019-11-15 14:50:05       

Lithium batteries enters a sleep state after being left for a period of time.  At this time, the capacity is lower than the normal value, and the use time is also shortened. However, the lithium battery is easy to activate, as long as the battery is activated after 3 to 5 normal charge and discharge cycles, and the normal capacity is restored. Due to the characteristics of the lithium battery, it is determined that it has almost no memory effect. The best way to charge a lithium battery is according to standard time and standard methods, especially not to carry out ultra-long charging for more than 12 hours. In addition, the lithium battery or charger will automatically stop charging when the battery is fully charged, that is, if your lithium battery is full, it will be invalid charging on the charger. None of us can guarantee that the characteristics of the battery's charge and discharge protection circuit will never change and the quality will be ok, so your battery will be on the edge of danger for a long time, which is another reason we oppose long charging. The activation of the lithium battery does not require a special method, it is naturally activated during normal use of the machine. Therefore, over 12 hours of ultra-long charging and charging the battery after running out of power are all wrong.

Lithium battery should pay attention to the following points during charging and discharging in use:

(1). Charge according to standard time and procedures, even if it is the first three times

(2). Use the specified charger charge battery

(3). Charge the battery immediately when the battery power is low

(4). Put the lithium battery in the proper temperature environment, the battery charging temperature range is 0-45 ° C, the discharge temperature range is 0-60 ° C, the temperature is too high or too low will affect  the  normal use of the battery.

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