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Top 10 Laptop Battery Basics

Take care of your laptop battery and ensure that it will be ready to work properly when you need it most. Some general tips for laptop care include: avoid extreme temperatures, don't leave a laptop outside in cold weather or leave it in a hot car. Cold batteries can't create very much power and hot batteries will discharge very quickly. Use electrical power when available to keep battery charged. Don't let your laptop go for long periods of time without using the battery. 1. Smaller Is Better Consider an ultraportable or thin-and-light rather than a desktop replacement laptop. Smaller displays use less power. Going with a hard drive that runs at 4200rpm uses less power than a hard drive running at 5400rpm. 2. Power Control Use as little power as possible by adjusting laptop settings. Use the Power Options to set to the laptop to go inactive after a set amount of time. Set adjustments so that the display goes off first, then hard the hard drive stay active a bit longer and store the system content's to the RAM. 3. Turn Down the Lights Adjust the display brightness to a lower setting, make sure you can view the screen without squinting. You can also adjust the brightness of the display to suit the conditions you are working in. 4. Watch Your Battery Use Keep an eye on your battery consumption and know how much power you have remaining. Use the battery power icon on the system tray or you can purchase batteries which have LED gauges on the outside of the battery itself. 5. Charging It Up Whenever you have access to a power source, charge the battery. Before you leave on any trips, fully charge the batteries, especially if you don't know where or when you might have access to any electrical outlets. 6. Get Another Battery Some laptops are capable of running with two batteries. If you cannot run two batteries, check with the manufacturer to see if there are high capacity batteries available. External batteries can also be used to extend operating time. 7. Drain the Battery The first time you use your laptop with battery power, allow the laptop battery to completely discharge. Do this at least twice and don't try to charge the battery when it is half discharged. 8. Clean Batteries Keep the battery and its connections clean and free of debris. Clean your battery terminals on a regular basis using a cotton swab with rubbing alcohol on the tip. 9. CMOS Battery Check-Up The backup battery is a CMOS battery which is a secondary battery to power the clock and can drain a main battery if it is dead. Check with your User Manual or manufacturer's web site for the location of the CMOS battery and where to get a replacement. 10. Turning It Off Don't run programs or devices that you aren't using. Remove PC cards and turn off Wi-Fi software. Using your laptop to watch movies or play games will drain the battery quickly as well.

Laptop battery usage tips

1. A new battery usually comes in a discharged condition and with a very low capacity. It is generally recommended to fully charge new battery packs before use. Refer to the users?guide of your electronic device for charging instructions. 2. A new battery pack needs to be circled (fully discharged and recharged) three to five times to reach its optimum performance. 3. Rechargeable battery will undergo self-discharging when left unused for a long period of time. Thus, it should always be stored in a fully charged state and kept in a cool, dry and clean place. 4. To maintain the optimum performance of a battery pack, it is highly recommended to circle (fully discharging and recharging) it at least once a month. 5. It is normal if a new battery gets warm when being charged or used. However, close attention should be paid if the battery pack becomes excessively hot. This may indicate there is a problem with the charging circuit of the electronic device. So, it is necessary to have it checked by a qualified technician. 6. New batteries are hard to be charged. Sometimes, your electronic device may indicate a fully charged condition about 10 to 15 minutes when the new battery pack is being charged for the first time. When this happens, remove the battery pack and let it cool down for about 10 to 15 minutes then repeat the charging procedure. Sometimes, a new battery will suddenly refuse to be charged. If this happens, it is then suggested to remove the battery from the device and reinsert it.

Laptop battery usage tips

1. A new battery usually comes in a discharged condition and with a very low capacity. It is generally recommended to fully charge new battery packs before use. Refer to the users?guide of your electronic device for charging instructions. 2. A new battery pack needs to be circled (fully discharged and recharged) three to five times to reach its optimum performance. 3. Rechargeable battery will undergo self-discharging when left unused for a long period of time. Thus, it should always be stored in a fully charged state and kept in a cool, dry and clean place. 4. To maintain the optimum performance of a battery pack, it is highly recommended to circle (fully discharging and recharging) it at least once a month. 5. It is normal if a new battery gets warm when being charged or used. However, close attention should be paid if the battery pack becomes excessively hot. This may indicate there is a problem with the charging circuit of the electronic device. So, it is necessary to have it checked by a qualified technician. 6. New batteries are hard to be charged. Sometimes, your electronic device may indicate a fully charged condition about 10 to 15 minutes when the new battery pack is being charged for the first time. When this happens, remove the battery pack and let it cool down for about 10 to 15 minutes then repeat the charging procedure. Sometimes, a new battery will suddenly refuse to be charged. If this happens, it is then suggested to remove the battery from the device and reinsert it. ***The "Memory Effect" of a laptop battery "Memory Effect" is a condition of reduced battery

performance, or failure, due to a battery only using those cells that are fully discharged and charged on a regular basis. If on a regular basis a NiCd or NiMH battery is only partially discharged before being recharged, it "forgets" that it has usable capacity to further discharge all the way down. The result is loss of performance and shorter battery life because the battery is using less than its true full capacity. ***Li-ion batteries do not develop the "memory effect". Nevertheless, there are a few laptop battery tips that you should follow, in order to maintain it fully operational as long as possible.

Laptop Battery Volts and Amperes

As technology advances, so do power ratings. The toshiba notebook battery you bought last year may be twice as strong this year, and might even be the same physical size. Batteries have two main ratings on them: Volts and Amperes. Because laptop batteries do not carry a very large amount of power when compared to larger batteries such as car batteries, most companies show their ratings with Volts and Milliamperes. One thousand Milliamperes equals 1 Ampere. When buying a battery, always go for the battery with the most Milliamperes (or mAh). Batteries are also rated by Watt-Hours, perhaps the simplest rating of all. This is found by multiplying the Volts and the Amperes together. We will now show you an example of finding the Watt-Hours for our example battery. Our example battery is 14.4 Volts, 3600mAh (remember that 3600mAh is equal to 3.6 Amperes). 14.4 x 3.6 = 51.84 This battery has 51.84 Watt-Hours. The term Watt Hour signifies the energy needed to power one watt for one hour. Thus this battery can power 51.84 watts for one hour. Suppose your laptop runs at 25.92 watts (this may be unlikely, but let's use this just for simplicity). This battery could power your laptop for 2 hours. People usually associate the word 'Watts' with light bulbs, and yes, this battery could power a 40 watt light bulb for about an hour and 18 minutes, a 60 watt light bulb for about 52 minutes, or a 100 watt light bulb for 31 minutes; it's the same idea. The reason we have shown you watt-hours is because oftentimes the volts and Amperes vary. For example our laptop that uses a Li-Ion 14.4 Volt, 3600mAh battery may use a NI-MH battery that is 9.6 Volts, 4000mAh. Now let's do the math and find out which battery is stronger. Li-Ion: 14.4 Volts x 3.6 Amperes = 51.84 Watt Hours Ni-MH: 9.6 Volts x 4 Amperes = 38.4 Watt Hours The Li-Ion is stronger.

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