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Whether An External Power Supply Unplug The Laptop Battery?

Use an external power supply when the battery removed.

 
 
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PRLog - Sep. 24, 2009 - YUOYUJ, Bosnia & Herzegovina -- Use an external power supply when the battery removed.  Use an external power supply is not required to remove the battery.  In fact, if the battery is removed, the conflict focused on the use of an external power supply when the battery is charging to the issue. We should know that the number of charging and discharging the battery life is directly related to the general lithium battery set the number of charging and discharging are fixed number of charge cycles only 400-600 times, specially modified products, but 800 times, once for each rechargeable batteries a step forward to retirement. The first argument is simply because they are afraid to use power,http://www.bestlaptopbattery.co.uk/acer/aspire-5520.htm  the battery will be conducted on the above charge, not only increase the number of charge cycles, but will also cause overcharge. The second view is that the battery is full power on the computer in the use of an external power supply will not recharge. In fact, both views have their right side, but also the wrong place. Because it is only the views expressed by individuals is not very comprehensive, after my investigation, many notebook manufacturers are taking into account the vulnerability of the battery, and the product added to the battery protection technology, and thus the corresponding different brand laptop batteries charging protection technology is different, like some large companies do very well in this regard, http://www.bestlaptopbattery.co.uk/acer/as07b31.htm such as: IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Toshiba, Compaq, etc.. One of the most thoughtful consideration is that IBM, IBM's notebook computers can detect the battery discharge situation, ThinkPad notebook battery only less than 95% of the time will automatically recharge. This can play a very good protective effect on the battery, and now many other manufacturers have followed suit. So, like the battery, you do not have the time to use pull down, because only when the capacity less than 95% of the time it would charge. But even so, if you are prolonged use of computers, or will the battery be removed to compare the good, because the long-running laptop heat generated when the battery will cause some damage. However, some other "little brand" laptop batteries, may not enjoy such treatment, because it has not done inside the battery protection technology. Like I use a certain brand of notebook computers, if the fully charged battery on the above, when using an external power supply was confirmed when the first charge about electricity, because the battery storage, will have wear and tear, can not reach 100%, while not 100% as long as , power supply connected to the charge. http://www.bestlaptopbattery.co.uk/acer/as07b71.htm Each access to external power supply is equivalent to charging the battery once, although only a small charge will be the time. Therefore propose that we use when the machine according to their own circumstances, look at the laptop manual, choose whether to use an external power supply when the battery removed.


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