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jiayi6632016411 days ago

@AAA1992
No damage, but long full charge does affect the life of lithium batteries.

Lithium battery is characterized by the full power consumption, the capacity of the faster attenuation, the amount of electricity, the slower the capacity attenuation. So if you have to maintain a very low battery power, you can greatly extend the life of lithium batteries, but because of the existence of self-discharge, once the lead but will damage the lithium battery. So the lithium battery storage should be put to 40% to 50% of the electricity, which is like the Sanyo factory manufacturers such as the battery charge only part of the reasons for the charge, you can ensure that storage for a long time without charging and can guarantee battery life.


But the biggest significance of the laptop battery is to ensure that the data is not lost when the power and the hard drive is not easy to damage, not to mention the notebook itself will not take a few years to eliminate, and leave a small piece of battery What is the point? Anyway, I was inserted in the above every day, what are the loss, the landlord would like to open the point, the use of the loss of the meaning, with no loss does not mean


The battery is full of the state has been charged, then it will not damage the battery, so continuous use of the computer for several hours, you can always connect an external battery, no need to fully unplug the power. Often in the day many times plug the power supply, and the laptop is equipped with a battery, doing so, the damage to the battery even greater.


Notebook how to charge:

1, bought a new notebook, no need to activate the computer. The so-called activation, that is, continuous charging up to 12 hours. General notebook computers in the factory before the manufacturers have been activated to charge.

2, laptop lithium battery life is limited, more than the battery life, they do not go into the. So in order to maintain the battery's "maximum life", or to try to use the electricity and then recharge.

3, use an external power supply, do not unplug the battery. The battery is often pulled out, will have some damage to the computer.

4, do not in the case of the battery is not full to unplug the power, if the battery is not full of the case and then remove the charge, then this is considered twice the charge, the same will cause damage to the battery.

5, if there is an external power supply, it is recommended to plug an external power supply to use the computer. The battery is full of the state has been charged, then it will not damage the battery, so continuous use of the computer for several hours, you can always connect an external battery, no need to fully unplug the power. Often in the day many times plug the power supply, and the laptop is equipped with a battery, doing so, the damage to the battery even greater.

6, generally do not play in the battery after the start of the charge, the power will begin to charge about 8%.

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ab1936415 days ago

@AAA1992

There's an excellent article on the subject at

(http://batteryuniversity.com/learn/article/how_to_prolong_lithium_based_batteries)

In a nutshell, to extend a Lithium based battery's life to the max. you want to keep it charged at around 40% and keep it cold. Running the laptop directly on the mains without the battery will help with that, but remember to put the battery in to recharge from time to time so it is not kept deeply discharged for much of the time. That said, most laptops now have clever battery charging algorythms and it hardly makes a difference to battery life if you keep the battery in.
good luck Budy :)

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ab1936415 days ago

@AAA1992

ohhh ..I forgot this
It's a good idea to discharge and then recharge your laptop battery about once a month. I do it every month :))
Also, you should let your battery run down before you recharge it.

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koroleva415 days ago

From my life time and personal experience, the battery is not destroyed when you are using both battery and charger at the same time BUT it gets easily destroyed if you connect or disconnect the battery while it's charging. If you want to plug the battery in or out the laptop you should ALWAYS turn it off and disconnect the charger and then plug in / out the battery.

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ha14411 days ago

@AAA1992

http://batterycare.net/en/guide.html
Having a battery fully charged and the laptop plugged in is not harmful, because as soon as the charge level reaches 100% the battery stops receiving charging energy and this energy is bypassed directly to the power supply system of the laptop.

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nihal29411 days ago

Hello@AAA1992
Only charge when fully discharged or like 7% .
You might take care of that if it's fully charged then disconnect mains(not to overcharg​e )
And if not in use try to at least maintain charge .
Regards

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