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How to Extend the Life of a Lithium-Ion Battery
« on: November 22, 2013, 08:55:59 PM »
In a world that’s practically overrun with technology, Wholesale Replacement Batteries play a major role in the quality of our days. Read on to find out how to extend the life of a lithium-ion battery.

1. Always make sure your batteries are at room temperature; if they get too hot or too cold, they’ll lose their charge. People often forget this when it comes to charging their phone - don’t leave your cell charging in your car on an especially hot or cold day.

2. After approximately 30 charges, let the lithium-ion battery almost discharge completely before recharging. Otherwise, only use partial-discharge cycles.

3. When you store a lithium-ion battery, make sure it’s only charged 40 percent. Otherwise, it won’t last long.

4. When storing partially-charged lithium-ion batteries, keep them in the refrigerator, but never the freezer.

5. Don’t discharge a lithium-ion battery completely. If it drops below a charge of 2.5 volts per cell, the built-in safety circuit will open and you’ll think that the battery is dead.

If you follow these tips, you may be able to get up to as many 500 charge and discharge cycles before you have to replace it.


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