How to improve lithium battery performance?
Customers often ask how to improve the performance of lithium batteries. The performance of lithium batteries varies depending on the production materials, processes, quality, and origin. The following is a safe way to ensure that the battery reaches the highest performance.
First of all, users should use original batteries and chargers; do not turn on the battery power when charging; avoid using dual independent batteries or modifying them yourself, because if the battery charge level is inconsistent and high voltage is charged to low voltage, it will heat up and damage the battery.
Normally, you can follow the steps below to improve battery performance:
1. When charging for the first time, the battery should be fully charged directly. The battery should be fully charged to approximately 90% capacity. Afterwards, use a power wheelchair or mobility scooter in a familiar and safe environment. It is recommended to use a lower speed and avoid going to too far away places to use up the battery as much as possible.
2. After the second full charge, the battery can be stimulated to more than 90% of its potential performance, and the battery can be used up as much as possible again.
3. Repeatedly discharge and then fully charge the battery to allow the battery to adapt to the operating temperature and charging voltage of the user's environment.
4. After a total of four or five complete discharges and charges, the battery capacity can reach 100% potential, and you will find that the driving time and battery life will be extended.
How often should the battery be charged?
Charging time depends on the following factors:
●If you drive all day every day: It is recommended to charge every day
●If you drive occasionally a few times a week : It is recommended to charge twice a week.
●If you drive occasionally a few times a month : It is recommended to charge once a week.
●Finally, if it is rarely used: it is recommended to charge it at least once every two months to keep the electron flow in the lithium battery active.