Please full charge/discharge for 2-3 times for the new Acer TravelMate 370 battery, it can make it release the highest energy.
Charge: from 4% to 100%, the deep it chaging for more 2 hours, ensure don't discharge it during the charging.
Discharge: from over 80% to 4%, ensure don't charge it during discharging.
Make the battery "full charge/discharge"
Please take out the
Acer TravelMate 370 4400mAh battery
when the laptop is not used for long time.
We suggest that charge the battery to 50% before storing it, store time do not over 3 months.
Adjust the screen brightness lower, close unnecessary applications, disconnect external devices such as mouse,USB storage. Remove the battery from your Fujitsu laptop when not used for a long period, and then charging the battery between 80% and 100%, prior to storing the battery at a temperature of 0 ° to 35 ° C (32 ° to 95 ° F). But remember that the batteries are discharged stored over a long period, therefore, you'd better load it again every few months.
. Use the original charger.
. Charge the battery after it automatically powers off , then full charge the battery.
. Avoid erroneous usage of battery, such as heavy pressure, short circuit, fall off and so on.
Advantages of lithium ion rechargeable battery
. Reduces the weight by half and volume by 20% to 50% compared to the same capacity nickel-cadmium and nickel-metal-
. Reduces the number of battery required since lithium ion battery can provide three times the voltage of Ni-Cd and Ni-MH battery, which contributes to miniaturization
of electronic devices.
. Unlike nickel-cadmium battery, lithium ion battery have no "memory" effect, the effect which causes charging capacity to be reduced by repeatedly charging and
discharging to insufficient levels, therefore, partial charging is possible.
. Lithium-ion is a low maintenance battery, an advantage that most other chemistries cannot claim. There is no memory and no scheduled cycling is required to prolong
the battery’s life. In addition, the self-discharge is less than half compared to nickel-cadmium, making lithium-ion well suited for modern fuel gauge applications.
lithium-ion cells cause little harm when disposed.
. Most lithium-ion batteries for portable applications are cobalt-based. The system consists of a cobalt oxide positive electrode (cathode) and a graphite carbon in the
negative electrode (anode). One of the main advantages of the cobalt-based battery is its high energy density. Long run-time makes this chemistry attractive for cell
phones, laptops and cameras.
. There is only one way to charge lithium-based batteries. The so-called 'miracle chargers', which claim to restore and prolong batteries, do not exist for lithium
chemistries. Neither does super-fast charging apply. Manufacturers of lithium-ion cells have very strict guidelines in charge procedures and the pack should be charged
as per the manufacturers "typical" charge technique.
. A certain battery may be designed for small size and long runtime, but this pack has a limited cycle life. Another battery may be built for durability but is big and
bulky. A third pack may have high energy density and long durability but this version is too expensive for the consumer. Battery manufacturers are aware of customer
needs and offer packs that best suit the application.