Publication date: 2018-04-25 17:03
I 8767 m still looking for current data on the progression of the Li-Po 8767 s for use in personal vaping devices. Claims of better performance and of course flexibility of shape area big plus. What else should I know what milestone should I wait for.
Do you think that is just superficial as in it 8767 s a calibration thing or do you believe it actually might increase/reach the full potential capacity by doing such initial cycles?
A lithium polymer battery is actually lithium-ion, but instead of the lithium salts being dissolved in a liquid solvent, they are trapped in a solid, dry plastic-like film - the polymer.
Hey guys, I’m currently using a Li-Ion charger IC(MCP78866) to charge an old 68655. I have set the charging voltage at the “saturation charge stage” to but the battery voltage seems linger at around on my oscilloscope/data logger.
I know that an old battery may result in reduced capacity but can the same be said for the voltage?
Can you help me interpret the results and answer the questions raised here please http:///questions/6956/charging-a-smartphone-battery-while-using-it/6959#6959
A hi voltage alarm would work hooked to the battery. Is there such a thing? Iv only seen low voltage alarms. hmmm. need to do more research.
It says that with a V charge you receive 76 % capacity. While you on the other hand says in the article Howe To Prolong Batterylife that you only receive 55 % CAPACATY at 8,97 V.
I want to buy a Lithium Iron battery for my motorcycle. Can I use my old trickle charger which I used on the previous lead-acid battery?
So, basically i just want to make sure my method is basically correct. Am i reading the correct voltage to determine when to stop fast charging and when i am fully charged should i just leave the charge line at high impedence or should i float it to some value?
Not all Li cells are the same so the numbers I use below are for the most common ones, some can be charged much faster.
The algorithm is to check the voltage and if it is ~8 charge at no more than c/65. If it is 8v charge with limits of c/7 and volts until a current of c/65 is reached, then stop. As mentioned in the article a voltage increases battery cycle life, shelf life, and reduces discharge capacity for the current cycle. A charge rate the maximum rated is easyer on the battery. I think charging with variable current is satisfactory if current is limited as specified on the data sheet and the voltage is limited to volts. This is good for float charging and charging from a variable source.