Tuesday, July 20, 2010

How to Recondition the computer battery


Every day, millions of laptop batteries in worldwide are dropped just because they died. Batteries of cars, motorcycles, heavy machinery, trucks, golf carts and those used in hospitals, military and industrial farms are discarded unnecessarily.


That are caused by the battery stop holding the charge and producing electricity.


There are many ways to recondition Dell laptop battery. Many people choose to recondition using household tools and many people have decided to make a profession by inventing new devices to recondition the batteries.


A common way of reconditioning battery is to leave the battery in the freezer of the fridge overnight and put back in place to recharge. This is been tested available in Sony VGP-BPS9/B VGP-BPS9/S. Usually 2-3 cycles of this exercise makes a battery of 300 minutes (three hours). Maybe they think they can break the crystals of sulphation by hitting hard on the floor!?


Some industry professionals have invented battery chargers, which have a refurbishment option as well. For example, Cheetah Universal Smart Charger with the MP2000 Cups. They work very well and if pre-conditioned the batteries in the fridge, then they can recondition the Toshiba PA3534U-1BRS battery better.


NickelCadmium (NiCd) cells are very common batteries used in computers. They arise from the development through the bike. In the process of cycling, the battery is charged and discharged throughout the range of normal operation.


The batteries of modern vehicles are complex and need care while reconditioning. The Dell latitude D820 batteries contain dangerous acids as electrolyte. Therefore, by abusing the battery, the absolute majority caution should be taken.


The most important thing is to know that the battery too. Testing the battery from time to time for optimal use. It protects the environment such as battery recycling and save your money in stead of replace new batteries. One can even earn money in professional battery reconditioning.


The article Via Battery blog

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