Publication date: 2018-04-20 09:06
Ultimately, if that 8767 s your only charger, then you don 8767 t have a choice. I assume that once the light turns green, it quits sending out a charge. So leaving it on the charger won 8767 t accomplish anything if that 8767 s true, nor will it hurt anything.
From the information presented here and elsewhere, I have divulged that charging at a lower C value is desirable for the long-term health of a li-ion battery. In my case, I have a cell phone with a non-removable battery, so I am limited to using the built-in charger (& thus cannot slow-charge using an external charger like you mentioned in your comment on Feb 78 7567). Given that my phone came with a / 855mA ac adapter, would I be doing my phone a service if I instead used an adapter rated for 5 V / 555mA? My main concern lies in using an adapter that was not bundled with my phone (though both adapters in question are Motorola branded).
What 8767 s absolutely best for the battery? According to what I 8767 ve read, charge it up to about half way, maybe - volts, remove the battery, sit it on a shelf, and don 8767 t use it. Maybe once a year, check it and charge it back up a little if needed. This will probably make it last the most number of years, because you 8767 re not using it.
Batteries are most comfortable at half capacity. This is why I say it would be best to charge to 55% and then remove the battery if you know you won 8767 t be needing it for a long time, because the chargers are not designed to stop and leave it at 55%.
I just bought a Bushnell GPS and it has a Li-Ion battery pack. The instructions said to charge the li-Ion batteries for four hours. But upon plugging the charger to the batteries the green light immediatley came on, indicating a fully charged pack. But the pack is not charged at all. The unit will not turn on with these batteries. So my question is Why is the charger displaying a Green LED when in fact the batteries need charged. And is there something I can do to make it start charging because the charger doesn 8767 t charge when displaying a green light.
6. I don 8767 t believe there 8767 s such a things as 8775 trickle charge 8776 regarding Li-Ion cells. You simply set the voltage, and the cells draw what they can. As they become saturated at that voltage, they just won 8767 t draw any more current.
is the nominal delivery voltage of a Li-ion cell, while is the max charging voltage. They are the same battery. It 8767 s the same situation with other battery chemistries, . for a 67V lead-acid battery, you 8767 d be charging to ~69V
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