Do not overcharge: grasp the charging time, and try […]
Do not overcharge: grasp the charging time, and try not to leave the electronic scale in an overcharged state for a long time. The general lead-acid battery charging time is 8-10 hours. The lithium battery (2500mA capacity) is fully charged for about 5 hours, and the lithium battery has a service life of about 500 charge-discharge cycles. The best way to use it is to fully charge the first three times for 8 hours so that the lithium battery can reach the best use capacity. Follow-up uses Ready to charge.
Do not over-discharge: Over-discharging will reduce the life of the battery. Some batteries are in a state of Undervoltage and power shortage for a long time, which will make the battery inactive and cannot be recharged and activated. At this time, the battery needs to be replaced. If the electronic scale is not used for a long time, it still needs to be charged once every 1-2 months.
Do not use chargers with unmatched charging parameters: 4V batteries can only be charged with 6V-6.5V chargers. If you use a charger with a larger output voltage to charge, the battery will be damaged due to the excessive charging potential difference, resulting in battery bulges, explosions, etc. In severe cases, personal injury or property damage may be caused. Therefore, it is strictly forbidden to charge the electronic scale with a charger that exceeds the rated charging parameters of the original charger.