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How to protect the digital device battery when traveling?

Source:  Release time:2019-12-30   Clicks:139

How do I protect the battery of digital equipment when traveling? As long as three aspects are done, they are to put the electronic equipment in a backpack, avoid charging in an unsafe environment, do not trust the so-called battery maintenance method, and turn off the battery.

1.Keep electronic equipment in backpack

When traveling, we usually put a laptop or other portable device in our backpack. But putting electronic equipment in a closed, non-ventilated space can easily cause the body to overheat and damage the battery. Even if the device is turned off, the heat from the battery will be trapped in the backpack and cannot be discharged, which will cause thermal runaway and cause dangerous situations. Prior to this, some manufacturers had recalled because their lithium batteries could overheat and cause a risk of fire or explosion.

If you plan to put your electronic device in a closed backpack, you must ensure that its battery is cool, even when it is turned off. In addition, you can also pack your backpack to prevent the battery from overheating due to body heat or sunlight.

Avoid charging in unsafe environments

Charging electronic equipment is a hassle in travel. During the survey, many participants stated that they had charged equipment in gas stations, shopping malls, restaurants, and even public toilets. As mentioned at the beginning of this article, charging electronic devices in these unconventional environments can cause a variety of unexpected problems.

When traveling, you should prepare extra batteries-and store them properly-in case the device runs out of power. If your device can't replace the battery, mobile power is also a convenient choice, especially when there is nowhere to charge.

3, to listen to the so-called battery maintenance methods

Do n’t charge it all night, make sure it ’s fully charged before you use it, and occasionally run out of battery power once ... We always see these so-called best charging methods in life, but have you ever questioned their accuracy?

The truth is that most of these suggestions are wrong, at least for today's lithium-ion batteries. For example, exhausting the battery completely will actually shorten the battery life. But according to the survey, about 33% of users will wait until the remaining power is below 10% before they start charging. When using electronic equipment, you should keep the remaining power between 40-80% as much as possible, and avoid frequent and complete discharge.

In addition, keeping the device charged (overnight charging) is not necessarily a bad thing, because most devices automatically stop charging after being fully charged. Finally, you should make sure that the device is in a cool environment when charging. If the battery becomes too hot, stop charging immediately.

4. Must shut down and charge

On the question of whether charging should be turned off, there are currently two views: one thinks that shutdown charging can avoid the wear and tear of equipment parts and components, and the charging speed will be faster; while the other faction thinks that switching on and off is more likely to consume parts and components, and that it is charged when it is turned on. Faster.

In fact, the switch will not have much impact on the parts of modern electronic equipment. However, for devices using lithium batteries, charging in the off state allows the device to reach a low saturation current when fully charged, thereby preventing the battery from suffering continuous pressure. However, when the device is powered on, the current will bypass the battery and directly supply energy to the device after it is fully charged. All in all, when to shut down and whether to shut down frequently are not important to electronic equipment.

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