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Cell Phone Battery Charging Tips

Cell Phone Battery Charging Tips

Oct 22,2022
1. Before the battery leaves the factory, the manufacturer has carried out activation processing and pre-charged, so the battery has surplus power. Some friends say that the battery is charged according to the adjustment period, and the standby is still seriously insufficient. Assuming that the battery is a genuine battery, this kind of In this case, the adjustment period should be extended and then 3-5 times of full charge and discharge should be performed.

2. If the newly purchased mobile phone battery is a Ni-MH battery, the first 3-5 times of charging is generally called the adjustment period, and it should be charged for more than 14 hours to ensure that the activity of the Ni-MH battery is fully activated. Lithium-ion batteries have no memory effect, but have strong inertness. They should be fully activated to ensure the best performance in future use.

3. Some automated intelligent fast chargers only indicate that they are 90% full when the indicator light changes. The charger will automatically change to fully charge the battery with slow charging. It is best to use the battery fully charged, otherwise the usage time will be shortened.

4. Before charging, the lithium battery does not need to be specially discharged. Improper discharge will damage the battery.

5. When charging, try to use slow charging and reduce fast charging; the time should not exceed 24 hours.

6. The chemical substances inside the battery will be fully "activated" after three to five complete charge-discharge cycles to achieve the best use effect.

7. Please use the original charger or a reputable brand charger. Lithium battery should use a special charger for lithium battery, and follow the instructions, otherwise the battery will be damaged or even dangerous.

8. There are many users who do not know whether they are not paying attention or do not understand. They often turn on the mobile phone when charging. In fact, this will easily damage the life of the mobile phone, because during the charging process, the circuit board of the mobile phone will heat up. When there is an incoming call, an instantaneous backflow current may be generated, causing damage to the internal parts of the mobile phone.

9. The life of the battery depends on the number of repeated charging and discharging, so try to avoid charging when the battery has excess power, which will shorten the life of the battery. When the mobile phone is turned off for more than 7 days, the mobile phone battery should be fully discharged and fully charged before use.

10. Mobile phone batteries have self-discharge. When not in use, nickel-metal hydride batteries will be discharged at about 1% of the remaining capacity every day, and lithium batteries will be discharged at 0.2-0.3% every day.

11. When charging the battery, try to use a dedicated socket, and do not share the socket with household appliances such as TVs.

12. Although our mobile phone is within the network coverage area, when the mobile phone is turned off and charged, our mobile phone can no longer receive and make calls. At this time, we can use the mobile phone's unconnected transfer function to transfer the mobile phone to the fixed phone around us to prevent the loss of incoming calls. This method is also applicable when the mobile phone is not in the network coverage area or the signal is weak and cannot be connected temporarily.

13. Do not expose the battery to high temperature or severe cold. For example, in dog days, the mobile phone should not be placed in the car and exposed to the scorching sun; It's normal for the battery to get a little hot when charging, but don't let it "suffer" from high temperatures. To avoid this from happening, it is best to charge at room temperature and not to cover the machine with anything.

14. The nickel-cadmium (NiCd) battery must be fully discharged before charging, and must be fully charged after recharging.

15. If the mobile phone battery is left unused for too long, it is best to apply to the mobile phone maintenance department for an activation treatment for the battery, or you can use a DC constant voltage yourself, adjust the voltage to 5-6V, and the current to reverse 500-600mA Connect the battery. Note that you can release it at the touch of a button, and repeat it three times at most. After this treatment, use the original charger for "adjustment period" charging.

16. The charging time is not as long as possible. The charging should be stopped after the battery without protection circuit is fully charged, otherwise the performance of the battery will be affected by heat or overheating.

17. The lithium-ion battery must use a special charger, otherwise it may not reach the saturation state and affect its performance. After charging, avoid placing it on the charger for more than 12 hours, and separate the battery from the phone when not in use for a long time.