Publication date: 2018-04-24 01:27
For a 8766 University 8767 , you put a relatively small number of references to actual battery datasheets in your articles (zero).
I have found this to be the case in a system I am designing, as the battery protection circuit releases the battery from sleep mode when a certain voltage is presented across the protected battery terminals, and since my charger IC uses current, it will not cause the protection IC to release the battery from sleep mode.
you mentioned before that ideally it be best to charge the battery when it reaches just below 8755mv and stop charging just after it reaches above (which is impractical of course)
(I know that at with smaller charger charging time will increase but it would be a problem for me if it would improve the battery lifetime significantly.)
If a good battery is full, but won 8767 t run the phone, then the phone is bad. If a good battery is empty but won 8767 t charge, then the charger is bad. Remember, the charger is either built into the phone, or you may be using an external charger, which is a cradle the battery sits in. The power cord for the phone is not a charger, only a power cord.
The battery will charge fastest when phone is turned off because all of the power from the cord can be directed to charging the battery instead of also running the phone, but that is not practical for most people.
I bought my camera with v lithium ion battery in Korea. I will be moving back to Canada. Can I charge these batteries in a Canadian charger that I will purchase when I arrive home? If not, do you thnk the camera will function the same with the same type of battery bought in Canada?
Yes, and maybe no. A smartphone, for example, may have a minimum voltage at which the phone will shut down and won 8767 t come back 8775 on 8776 . And then the cell itself, or battery, should also have a tiny circuit board, which, as far as I understand, is supposed to prevent it from being drawn down below a different (and lower) minimum voltage, and also to prevent it from being overcharged. And then there is another point, even lower, below which the cell is truly dead and will not accept a charge. So each minimum exists to prevent it from reaching the next minimum.
While the basic technology is well known, there is a lack of operating experience and hence system design data with some of the newer developments which also hampers their adoption. At the same time patents for these different chemistries tend to be held by rival companies undertaking competitive developments with no signs of industry standardisation or adoption of a common product. (The original patent on Lithium Cobalt technology has now expired which is perhaps one explanation for its popularity).
Hi there, I just realized this site doesnt tell you if its DETRIMENTAL IF YOU CHANGE THE RATE OF CHARGE (to FULL CHARGE). for example charging to full charge for 7 HOURS and then using a different charger whch charges to full charge after only 85 mins.