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Store a Laptop Battery Properly to Save It from an Early Death

04:41, 23/2/2014 .. 0 comments .. Link

In the last two parts of this series, I covered the factors of temperature and charging. While the high temperatures inside modern laptops are probably the worst enemy of a Li-ion Dell Xps M1330 battery, frequent discharge/charge cycles will negatively influence a battery’s life. If your laptop is a desktop replacement, then you probably only need the battery every now and then. It can be quite frustrating if you want to use your laptop for the first time after a year without AC, only to realize that your batteries are already dead even though you never really used them. However, if you remove the battery from the laptop and store it accurately, there is a good chance that it will be in good condition when you need it next time.

Don’t store a battery that is almost empty. Stored Dell Inspiron 6400 Battery continue losing energy, albeit at a much slower pace. If the stored battery is totally discharged, it could be destroyed.

Don’t store a fully charged battery. Fully charged batteries deteriorate faster than half-charged batteries. Most articles I’ve read recommended storing laptop batteries with a 40–60% charge.

Store the battery at a low temperature. I usually put it in the fridge. It keeps my battery fresh and crisp. Check out this table at Wikipedia. 0°C (32°F) seems to be the best storage temperature. I wouldn’t put the battery in the freezer even though Li-ion batteries only freeze at approximately −40°C.

Store the battery in a dry place. A moist environment will accelerate discharging the Dell XPS M1330 Battery.

Check the Dell Xps M1330 battery state every now and then. I would remove it from the fridge at least every 30 days to calibrate it (fully discharge and charge).

Let the battery warm up a little before you put it back into your laptop. If the temperature is raised too fast, it will strain the battery.

When I started this article, I thought I’d just share a few tips I’ve found on the web. But then I realized that there are quite a few things that can be done wrong with Dell XPS M1530 Battery. That’s how I ended up with three articles. It is quite amazing that we can build space ships that have enough energy to fly to the moon but still have no decent portable energy sources for simple laptops. Perhaps fuel cells will change the picture in a few years.



Keeping Away Killing A battery faster

08:40, 3/12/2013 .. 0 comments .. Link

Laptops are our indispensable lifeline to the majesty that is the internet. We use them to work and play from anywhere in the world. But if you're like most people, you probably keep yours plugged in when you're at work or home. Stop doing that.

In order to squeeze as much life out of your lithium-polymer battery, once your laptop hits 100 percent, unplug it. In fact, you should unplug it before that.

Cadex Electronics CEO Isidor Buchmann told Wired that ideally everyone would charge their batteries to 80 percent then let them drain to about 40 percent. This will prolong the life of your HP Probook 4510S Battery -- in some cases by as much as four times. The reason is that each cell in a lithium-polymer battery is charged to a voltage level. The higher the charge percentage, the higher the voltage level. The more voltage a cell has to store, the more stress it's put under. That stress leads to fewer discharge cycles. For example, Battery University states that a battery charged to 100 percent will have only 300-500 discharge cycles, while a battery charged to 70 percent will get 1,200-2,000 discharge cycles.

Buchmann would know. His company Cadex sponsers Battery University. The site is the go-to destination for anyone interested in battery technology. And it's not just constant power that shortens your battery's life. While batteries degrade naturally, heat also accelerates the degradation. Extreme heat can cause the cells to expand and bubble. Kyle Wiens of iFixit told Wired: "Too much heat to the battery over time, and the battery isn't going to last as long."

You can battle this degradation by keeping the lid open and your laptop out of your actual lap while using it.

While those are simple fixes, Buchmann admits that putting the 40 to 80 percent HP Probook 4710S Battery-status workflow into practice is easier said than done. Keeping an eye on your computer's battery level while trying to work can be a pain. "The ideal would be that the laptop would only charge 80 percent," Buchmann says, "and if you had to travel, you could push a button before you travel to charge it to 100 percent."

A search of Windows and OS X apps yielded nothing that would alert a user when a computer reached both an 80 percent charge and a 40 percent discharge. A quick DIY solution is to measure how long it takes to go from 80 percent to 40 percent then set a timer. Do the same thing as it charges from 40 percent to 80 percent. If it saves you money and keeps your hp laptop battery healthy, it's worth it.



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04:41, 15/11/2013 .. 0 comments .. Link

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