How to extend the lifespan of Lithium-Ion batteries?
When considering the purchase of a lithium-ion battery, it's important to keep in mind that its lifespan is just as crucial as its price. Unlike other electronic devices, batteries tend to lose their ability to store energy over time. Here are some ways to extend the life of your lithium-ion battery:
Buy fresh batteries
Avoid buying batteries that have been stored for a long time as this can decrease their lifespan. We ship our batteries directly from the manufacturer to the buyer, so they don't sit on the shelf for extended periods.
Use compatible chargers
Charging a lithium-ion battery with the wrong voltage or using a charger developed for a different type of battery can shorten its lifespan. We offer 1-, 2-, and 4-channel chargers that are compatible with our batteries.
Avoid using the battery with equipment that has power issues
If a lithium-ion battery exceeds its power draw limit, it can shut down. To avoid this, make sure the equipment you use with your battery doesn't have power leaks or demand spikes.
Keep your battery away from high temperatures
Lithium-ion batteries tend to have a longer lifespan when they're not exposed to high ambient temperatures. If you live in a hot climate, take extra precautions to keep your battery from getting too hot.
Store your battery properly
If you're not going to use your lithium-ion battery for a while, make sure you store it correctly. Improper storage can cause the battery to permanently lose its capacity.
By following these tips, you can maximize the lifespan of your lithium-ion battery and get the most out of your purchase.