How To Charge The Lithium-Ion Battery?

The lithium ions batteries are majorly used in the electrical appliances especially in the mobiles. The lithium-ion battery can be charged regularly and there is no difference from the first charging itself.

Due to improper charging, people may face some charging or battery issues. The rechargeable lithium polymer battery comes with the unique charger. Charging the smartphone battery is not a difficult task, yet one has to be bit careful while charging. Such phones should not be charged for the whole night as that may reduce the life of their battery.

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There are various factors that should be considered while charging the lithium-ion battery:

Partial charging: The best way to charge a lithium-ion battery is at a low voltage that will help in increasing the lifespan of a battery. As per the experts, a phone battery should be charged between 30 to 80 percent that will keep the voltage level lower and will increase the lifespan of a battery.

Prevent idle charging: Usually, batteries reduces its lifespan because of the overcharging. Do not put your batteries for charging for the whole night that may reduce the stability or may lead to malfunction. Moreover, if you are charging the battery even though it is fully charged that may lead to the high-stress voltage and power dissipation.

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Keep your batteries in a moderate temperature: Excessive heat in the battery will reduce the charging capacity of the battery and eventually it may blast out which can be harmful. It is always suggestible to keep the batteries between the 25 to 30-degree Celsius for the better lifespan of a battery. Also, if these batteries are placed at cold temperatures will reduce the capacity of a battery due to the increase in internal resistance.

Usually, the lithium-ion batteries last long for 2 to 3 years in the case of smartphones. Within this time period batteries will eventually lose its charging capacity due to various factors such as storage issues, temperature fluctuations and many more.