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Paano mapapahaba ang buhay ng battery ng netbook or notebook mo?

  • ako din laging naka-plug. 3 years na yung macbook ko nasa 94% pa rin yung health nya. gumagamit lang ako ng battery outside at complete discharge. mga 5% remaining charge then charge, for calibrating once a month.

    -- edited by haryharyhary on Sep 20 2013, 09:21 PM
  • Paano mapapahaba ang buhay ng battery ng netbook or notebook mo?


    wala kang magagawa unless hindi gamitin ang baterry ...iburo nalang...

    or huwag mag load ng USB gadgets ..pag battery ang gamit....upang hindi lagi madischarged ang battery.....
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    Battery cells suffer gradual, irreversible capacity loss over time. Such aging occurs more rapidly as temperature and discharge loads increase.

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    Do not leave batteries exposed to high temperatures for extended periods. Prolonged exposure to heat (for example, inside a hot car) will accelerate the deterioration of Li-Ion cells.

    When storing your notebook for longer than 1 month, HP recommends discharging your battery to 50% and removing it from the system. Be sure to store at a reasonable room temperature (~25°C). If storing for more extended periods, it is recommended to recharge the battery to 50% every 6 months or so.

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  • wala kang magagawa unless hindi gamitin ang baterry ...iburo nalang...

    or huwag mag load ng USB gadgets ..pag battery ang gamit....upang hindi lagi madischarged ang battery.....

    fyi sa kahit anong battery laptop man, cellhpone, rc, penlight, etc lalo mo hindi gamitin ang battery lalong masisira. mastatagal pa ang buhay kung gagamitin mo kesa itambak.

    basic health tip is not to overcharge. once magfull iwan mo ng 15min bago tanggalin. pansinin nyo kusang lalamig yan.
    also hwag paabutin ng 0%

    walang connection sa health ng battery ang paglagay ng usb devices.

    i hope this helps.

    -- edited by alexander_c on Sep 22 2013, 11:46 AM
  • fyi sa kahit anong battery laptop man, cellhpone, rc, penlight, etc lalo mo hindi gamitin ang battery lalong masisira. mastatagal pa ang buhay kung gagamitin mo kesa itambak.


    basic health tip is not to overcharge. once magfull iwan mo ng 15min bago tanggalin. pansinin nyo kusang lalamig yan.
    also hwag paabutin ng 0%

    walang connection sa health ng battery ang paglagay ng usb devices.

    i hope this helps.




    * saan mo nabasa ang teknik na mas matatagal pag ginamit ang battery vs hindi ginagamit ? hehe

    basahin mo ang battery life : Ex. 1000 charge lang ...

    ngayon saan ka...sa ginagamit o hindi masyado ginagamit ?
    ibig mo sabihin yung mga battery sa merkado eh masisira pag hindi naibenta? battery ng car, cellphone, laptop etc...

    mali akala mo na pag hindi ginamit eh masisira ...hindi yan dry cell para mag leak..


    overcharge ? kung ang battery charger mo ay fake eh talagang masisira battery mo ...vise versa kung ang battery mo rin ay fake pwede masira agad..

    buksan mo ang original battery ng cellphone o laptop ...may overcharge protection sya....kung masisira yun pwede mo sabihin yan...pero ang circuit na yun ay protection kung maiiwan mo ang cellphone or laptop na naka charge ...

    baka yun sinasabi mo na bubunutin ang charger after full charge ng 15 mins eh technology pa noong 0960's ....^^

    may safety protection na po ngayon...lahat ng branded na gadgets...wala ng waiting time sa pag charging ...di mo na kailangan bantayan kusa syang mag full charge ..kahit pa iwan mo isang linggo ..^^

    -- edited by toyomansi2015 on Sep 24 2013, 11:19 AM
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    napapansin ko sa tab ko pag full charge na lumalamig kahit iwanan ko ng nakasaksak pag full charge na :) yung netbook ko naman pag nag pop up na yung low battery chaka palang ako ng charge ulet while using my netbook pag full charge na hugot sa ulet hanggang mag low bat ulet :)
  • * saan mo nabasa ang teknik na mas matatagal pag ginamit ang battery vs hindi ginagamit ? hehe

    basahin mo ang battery life : Ex. 1000 charge lang ...

    ngayon saan ka...sa ginagamit o hindi masyado ginagamit ?
    ibig mo sabihin yung mga battery sa merkado eh masisira pag hindi naibenta? battery ng car, cellphone, laptop etc...

    mali akala mo na pag hindi ginamit eh masisira ...hindi yan dry cell para mag leak.


    li-ion batteries degrade slowly (slower or faster depending on temperature of the environment) even if unused. lead acid batts slowly self discharge then sulfate and die if left at low charge levels for long. so i agree na baka medyo mali ang interpretation.

    For a li-ion batt yes maybe it would last longer if you dont use it compared if you actually used it. But then its wasted money if you buy something and not use it


    for nimh and nicd batteries afaik they can be left on the shelf for years and will still work after breaking them in (charge to full, discharge to empty a few times)


    yung netbook ko naman pag nag pop up na yung low battery chaka palang ako ng charge ulet while using my netbook pag full charge na hugot sa ulet hanggang mag low bat ulet :)


    doing so will use up the charging cycles fast. it would be best to either remove the batt when using 220v power. Or if the netbook has a smart charger that stops charging when full, just leave it plugged in. If your charger is that good then if you keep the batt at 100% and never use the netbook without 220v then you should use up near zero charging cycles

    -- edited by pcruztemp on Sep 26 2013, 09:10 AM

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