Avoid the memory effect for battery

June 27 [Mon], 2011, 16:10
For nickel-cadmium batteries does the memory effect, reinforcing each other over time: An incomplete discharged Dell Inspiron 6400 battery can be used as a maximum available power just reloaded the current. The memory effect depends on so no permanent damage, since reducing the overall capacity of the DELL Latitude D830 Battery, but only the currently usable.
A weakened form of the memory effect occurs in nickel-metal hydride batteries, the lazy battery effect.
Both effects can, however, by repeated discharging and charging up to a certain extent, mitigate or undo. Just make sure that you advance in the discharge is not a matter of deep discharge, which is mistaken as a panacea for the memory effect.

If you use your notebook as a desktop replacement, so it depends mainly on the outlet, then you make sure the Dell Vostro 1520 battery out and store it separately. Otherwise, you expose the source of energy to the two worst aging factors: First, the laptop tries on AC power, with short cycles keep the constantly self-discharge and leakage by diminishing load to 100 percent.
These short, but constantly occurring cycles will be charged to the total number of charge cycles. Because modern Dell GD761 battery make in the course of their existence no longer than 500 to 1000 charge cycles.
Second, the net operating mostly off the power saving options. The worst energy guzzlers - the processor and graphics chip - running at full power and thus heat up the mobile computer is not uncommon for up to 60 degrees Celsius. Since most laptops now lithium-ion Dell Studio 1737 battery are used, pay at these high temperatures unnecessarily many lithium-ion conductivity of their irretrievable one.

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