Precautions in the daily use of ternary lithium batteries



Lithium ternary batteries, also known as lithium-ion batteries, are a common type of rechargeable battery. It is characterized by a charging and discharging process achieved by repeated embedding and de-embedding of lithium ions between the positive and negative electrodes.

Compared with other types of lithium-ion batteries, Li-ion ternary batteries have higher energy density and better cycle life, and are therefore widely used in numerous applications, such as electric vehicles and portable electronic devices. However, Li-ion ternary batteries also need to follow the corresponding use precautions to ensure their safety and performance.

The following are some precautions when using Li-ion ternary batteries:

Charging: Use the recommended charger and charging cable for charging and follow the manufacturer's charging guidelines. Do not use inappropriate or poor quality charging equipment, which may cause problems such as overcharging, over-discharging or overheating.

Temperature control: Avoid exposing the Li-ion ternary battery to high or low temperatures. Excessive temperature will reduce battery life and may even cause safety problems. At the same time, the battery performance will also be affected in low temperature.

Avoid excessive charging and discharging: Try to avoid charging and discharging the Li-ion battery to the limit. Over-charging or over-discharging will have a negative impact on battery life. Use a professional battery management system or device to monitor the charging and discharging process to ensure that it is operated within safe limits.

Prevent physical damage: Li-ion ternary batteries are fragile and physical damage such as impact, extrusion and bending should be avoided to ensure their normal function and safety performance.

Waterproof and moisture-proof: Li-ion ternary batteries are very sensitive to moisture. Avoid immersing the battery in water or exposing it to a humid environment to prevent safety risks such as degradation of battery performance or short circuit.

Pay attention to charging time: Disconnect the charger from the battery in time. Prolonged overcharging may lead to overheating and charger damage.

Pay attention to discharge time: Avoid discharging the battery to too low a state to prevent the battery from being unable to be recharged or damaged.

Storage conditions: When not in use for a long time, the lithium ternary battery should be charged to about 50% and stored in a dry, ventilated environment with suitable temperature to extend its life.