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Release date:Jun 15 ,2022 Source:BPI Pageviews:-
Long stuck (boxed) monomer, placement: room temperature + temperature and humidity normal situation, nickel metal hydride battery 3 months at least need to charge once;

Long stuck (boxed) monomer, placement: room temperature + temperature and humidity normal situation, nickel metal hydride battery 3 months at least need to charge once;

Long unused nickel-metal hydride batteries will be stored for a few months, the battery will naturally join a "sleep" condition, battery life greatly reduced. Even if the nickel-metal hydride battery is still placed for a long time, it is advisable to advocate that you first use slow charge to charge.



Here affects another key topic: for nickel-metal hydride battery, the battery should be completely discharged after preservation, or charged preservation? Which of these two radically different views should be followed? Many people think the former should be used, but I think it makes sense for batteries to carry cables. Because: it has been tried that the best premise for the survival of nickel-metal hydride batteries is the survival of charged 80% arrangement. This is because the nickel-metal hydride battery from the tip of the discharge is large (a month 10%-15% arrangement), even if the battery is fully discharged after the tip of the survival, a long time is not used, the battery from the tip of the discharge situation will form the battery over the tip of the discharge, will destroy the battery