1. lThe safety-oriented material system
2. Built-in safety valve to avoid explode
3. Winding process for longer life
4. cycle life up to 3000 cycles
1. Performance can be customized
2. Accessories or Pack available
Nominal voltage/capacity: The average voltage (discharge capacity) of the battery during the whole discharge process of 0.2C.
Discharge capacity: The amount of charge released when batteries discharge, generally expressed by the product of time current mAh.
Discharge rate: A measure of how fast or slow the discharge is. When all the capacity is discharged within 1 hour, it is called 1C discharge. When it is discharged within 5 hours, it is called 0.2c discharge.
Depth of discharge (DOD): A measure of the degree of discharge, in which the discharge capacity is the ratio of the total discharge.
Cut-off voltage: When the battery is discharged or charged, the minimum discharge voltage and the maximum charging voltage shall be prescribed.
Self-discharge: The capacity loss caused when the battery is not connected to the outside during the process of shelving.
Internal resistance: The resistance between the positive and negative ends of the battery.
Cycle life: Under certain conditions, the battery can be charged and discharged repeatedly. When the battery performance, such as capacity, meets the specified requirements, the charge and discharge times can occur.
Constant voltage/current charging: The process of charging a battery at constant voltage/current.
Capacity density: The amount of electricity that can be released per unit mass or volume. In terms of mAh/g.
Memory effect: Refers to the battery is not fully charged and discharged, there will be a temporary capacity reduction. Deep full charge and discharge can be restored.
When using a battery, we often worry about using it in the wrong way and reducing its life. Whether it can be fully charged, whether it needs to be recharged after using up the battery... So how do you use a battery to ensure its longevity?
Pay attention to the following points:
· After charging fully, there is no charging current even if the charging cable is not unplugged, which does not affect the battery life.
· For users who do not use batteries, you can occasionally unplug the battery
· Frequent battery users don't have to worry about charging at full capacity
· Users who do not use the battery for a long time should be careful not to store the low battery for too long