Many users use rechargeable lithium-ion batteries. After the stored power of the battery is used up, it needs to be recharged to replenish the power. Don't underestimate the charging process. A good charger and correct charging method can maintain the battery's long standby time and extend the battery's service life.
Regarding how to correctly charge and maintain battery, after a period of practical use and reference, we have summarized the following points:
1. Before using the 36v 2a lithium battery charger provided by Alrightpower for charging, the lithium battery does not need to be discharged, nor can it be discharged. The lithium battery chargers currently produced have no discharge function. If the charging speed can be adjusted, it is recommended that you charge as slowly as possible and reduce the use of fast charging methods; neither slow charging nor fast charging should take more than 24 hours. Otherwise, the battery is likely to burn out the cells due to the huge electron current generated by the long-term power supply.
2. Before the lithium battery charger leaves the factory, the manufacturer will activate and pre-charge it. Therefore, the battery has residual power, and the newly purchased mobile phone is adopted with a lithium-ion battery, so the first 3 to 5 charges are called the adjustment period and should continue for more than 14 hours so as to ensure that the activity of lithium ions is fully activated. 72 volt lithium ion battery chargers by Alrightpower have no memory effect, but are very inert. They should be fully activated to ensure the best performance for future use.
3. There are many users who leave the mobile product on when using the lithium battery charger for charging. During the charging process, the battery is discharged due to the use of the mobile product on the one hand, and power is supplied inward due to the charging of the battery. The voltage disturbance may cause the circuit board of the mobile product to heat up and cause damage to the internal parts of the mobile product.