Publication date: 2018-04-21 21:03
If you keep everything within the manufacturer 8767 s specifications, it should perform as intended. The intention is not to make them last the longest, but to get the most use from them.
Can I remove the battery and connect it directly to the adapter for an hour to partially charge the battery? I know it 8767 s not safe to leave it connected. I just want to charge it enough to power up the laptop for a few minutes before I go to the trouble of replacing the dc jack.
something you mentioned earlier about that with extended batteries the phone or apps may not recognise the extra capacity and therefore only charge it to the standard original battery capacity..
How do I handle this in my product? Is there a special kind of charger IC that will cause the protection circuit to release the battery, or do i simply have to tell my end users not to leave their system uncharged for extended periods of time?
i would like to know what to write in Reference as citation if i have wrote up a thesis by taking some information from this page, as an example i took *figure 6 charge stages of lithium ion* for my thesis but i couldnt find any citation for that picture. Need some help on citation for that.
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Does all of the information contained in the original post still apply? I 8767 m thinking that battery technology may have changed and improved since it was written.
I 8767 m using a battery pack composed of Li 68655 Cells.
Although the cell data sheet says the maximum battery voltage is , the BMS manufacturer suggested i define the cell termination voltage to 9,6.
Is there any problem or advantage on this ?
As i see it it will be safer and since i will be working from 85/95 % SOC to 85% it will prolong the batteries life?
Am i right ?
Since then, I ordered and installed two 7655mAH cells, as mfr. would not give me 8775 time of day 8776 .they work as good as new!! No overheating, charge time about the same as originals.. I took a best guess at the LG cells that died and loks like all is great. 8775 Vince 8776 had replied: 8775 ony, I wouldn’t think changing the capacity should affect anything except runtime and charging time. In fact, as the cells deteriorate, their capacity goes down anyway. The rated capacity is the “new” capacity. 8776 looks like Vince is correct!!
Being a noob when it comes to stuff like this, can somebody tell me if using my spare charger to charge the original battery would reduce the battery 8767 s life in any way? Or would I be better off buying a manufacturer-approved one?
Legal disclaimer: Don 8767 t actually do any of this. In fact, forget that I even wrote it. These are bad ideas, and nobody but you will be responsible for the consequences.