Publication date: 2018-04-21 14:49
I am using 65 numbers of Li-ion cells to make a 98V battery.
Plz anyone tell that upto how much voltage I need to charge my cell and battery to get 95 to 655% capacity.
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When i check the reading of my old phone which i need to send back the mv reading at 66% is 8975mv and on this new 6 8855mv ie sbout 75mv lower. Is this due to the storage at less than 5%?
Excellent material. I now know how to properly charge a volt Li-Ion pack I took out of a Blackberry phone that is since defunct. Tnx.
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Can I remove the battery and connect it directly to the adapter for an hour to partially charge the battery? I know it 8767 s not safe to leave it connected. I just want to charge it enough to power up the laptop for a few minutes before I go to the trouble of replacing the dc jack.
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I got a question concerning my Lumia 975:
When I use my Lumia, it starts to shut down at about 9% of battery charge. When I then perform a soft reset and start the phone again, I suddendly have more than 75% battery, without charging it. My question is, if this is for safety reasons (so that the battery will never be discharged completly - but 75% seems pretty much), or if this is just a software bug where the correct battery charge is not read out correctly?
Because I really would like to use the 75% too, but if this will demage my battery, I would prefere to charge it.
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