Monthly Archives: July 2012

Discharging at High and Low Temperatures

Batteries, whether they are new laptop batteries or replacement laptop batteries – are not much different than humans; both of them function better at room temperatures. And, a deviation toward cold or hot will change the batteries’ durability and performance. Temperature is a Factor in the Operation of Both New Laptop Batteries and Replacement Laptop… read more

How to Make Your Laptop Battery Last Longer

Making your new laptop battery last longer has always been a common question asked by many laptop users. Though you have the same brand of laptop as your friends or relatives you may somehow wonder what is it that makes your battery life drain faster than others. There could be several reasons why your battery… read more

Properly Discharge Your New Replacement Laptop Battery

One of the main purposes of a battery is to reserve energy and release this energy when needed. This article will discuss how you can safely discharge your new laptop battery in several various C-rates. When discharging you need to consider several aspects to ensure your safety and to protect battery life. It is also… read more

Is It Possible to Restore my Replacement Battery?

Many people have been asking whether there is a way for them to restore their batteries and the answer always depends on the condition of the battery. However, battery failure is most of the time without a solution. Some cases like sulfation to lead acid battery, crystalline formation in nickel cadmium and sleeping lithium-ion packs… read more

Is My Laptop Battery Really Dying?

When dealing with replacement laptop batteries, it can be important to understand whether or not battery failure is real or if your misunderstood perception of your specific battery performance is causing you to think that you need a new laptop battery. Typically battery manufacturers specify battery performance utilizing industry-standard methods. For example, a battery that… read more