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Introduce polymer lithium ion battery charging skills
Introduce polymer lithium-ion battery charging skills 1. Do not let your battery drop below the minimum voltage when charging
When charging, do not let the battery run out as much as possible, and do not use the mobile phone within 20% of the battery capacity, especially do not use the mobile phone within 5% of the battery capacity, which will cause irreversible damage to the battery. Over-discharge and over-charge will cause great damage to the lithium-ion battery of the mobile phone, but at this stage, touch-screen mobile phones usually have circuit protection, and will no longer continue to charge the battery after it is fully charged. .
2. Minimize charging at high temperature or ultra-low temperature
Charging under high temperature and ultra-low temperature will cause great damage to the lithium-ion battery of the mobile phone. High temperature is likely to cause the battery to explode, and ultra-low temperature will also cause a very large adverse effect on battery life.
3. Try to prevent the battery from not being used for more than a week
Prevent your mobile phone battery from staying in a non-electric state for a long time. If the battery stays in a non-electric state for a long time, it is very likely that your mobile phone will not be able to turn on from then on. Please charge your batteries at 20% battery capacity, which will keep them balanced and stable. Stored charge can also prevent a single battery from losing its balance due to instability. I almost always charge my battery and then fully charge it the night before.