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Hybrid Battery Lifetime- Introduction, Checking And Replacement

Hybrid Battery Lifetime- Introduction, Checking And Replacement

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The world is at the right pace of advancement in almost every possible technology field, be it smartphones, classrooms, or even home appliances. So, when it comes to cars, how can explorations and possibilities be left behind for them when cars have so much scope of advancement in matters of technology. There's always been a long-running debate about the developments that can be made to make the vehicles more efficient and environmentally friendly as the number of wheelers increases with an increase in the digits of the calendar. One such technology that was explored back in the mid 19th century and now used across many vehicles is Hybrid Battery Technology. We see cars with Hybrid written on them beneath the name of the car.

Hybrid batteries are one of the best possible solutions for the old conventional, entirely internal combustion-based cars. These batteries are like just another battery with two electrodes covered in polymers resting in an iron-rich solution as an electrolyte. It is, in fact, a powerhouse that consists of many individual cells. It is so because it needs to provide more power than any individual or small pack of cells for running cars. The companies have launched hybrid vehicles that are powered by internal combustion engines and electric motors and use the energy from batteries. These vehicles are able to connect the gap between the electric and gasoline and make maximum use of it as when the electric engines are combined with gas motors, their operating ability increases, there is efficiency acceleration, and it produces maximum power.

How long is a hybrid battery lifetime?

Every car owner or driver loves their car, takes it for the longest drives, goes on short ice cream trips in it, and wishes that it stays with it forever. But can forever be a forever in the case of Hybrid batteries? Somebody has said something perfect that Nothing Stays Forever, and the same goes for the Hybrid Batteries, even they don't stand forever. Though the average lifespan calculated for a Hybrid battery is about 8 to 10 years or about 80,000 to 100,000 miles as per a survey. Though it has also been found that there are cars whose battery has sustained 150,000 to 200,000, It is still difficult to predict an absolute age for them as it totally depends on various factors. The first, very common factor on which the battery life depends is that

How much you're driving your car?

For if you say a cab driver who regularly picks and drop customer from one place to another than your distance coverage will obviously way more than an employee of an Xyz company working from home and getting out in the car only on the weekends which means that being an uber driver you're consuming more power of your hybrid battery as compared to the employee of a company.

The second factor that affects the battery lifetime is How old your vehicle?

The age of the vehicle is an obvious factor when it comes to the lifespan of a battery. A car which was built back in the year 2006 will be clearly less efficient than the model of the same car built and bought in the year 2016 as the engineering of both the cars from outside may look to be the same. Still, from the inside, there'll be a massive difference in terms of power consumption of the vehicle, total average, and other functions directly affecting the battery lifetime of the car.

?Third is that how often you get your vehicle serviced?

Out of laziness, shortage of funds, or as time passes by, it makes us more careless and insensitive towards our cars, and we become ignorant about its maintenance. But the lack of maintenance leads to the shortage of battery life as the more un-serviced your car remains, the more power consumption of the car increases, which in return affects the lifespan of the Hybrid battery.

How do you know a hybrid battery is dead?

There is a number of different signs and warnings that your car gives when your Hybrid car battery is about to die, all you got to do is keep a note of them and take appropriate actions on time.

1.Sudden Shifts in Battery Charge

If your phone battery ever needed a change, then you are already familiar with the signs of a hybrid battery change because the symptoms are the same in both cases. There is a sudden shift in charge of the battery. At one moment, it will show that your battery is fully charged, while in just another minute, it can indicate that your battery needs to be charged.

2.Dip in Fuel Efficiency

If you have begun to stop frequently at gas stations, then that is a significant sign from your battery to get it changed because the main function of the hybrid battery is to provide more efficiency. So, when the mileage goes low, you know what to do.

3.Unable to Hold a Charge

If you left your car for an overnight charge and the next day it gets empty on your way to the nearest grocery store, then this means your battery is being unable to hold the charge and needs to get replaced.

4.Noisy Engine

If you can hear the fans cooling down your batteries every time and making noise each time you drive it, then this needs your attention as it might be a sign for getting your hybrid battery replaced.

Is it worth replacing a hybrid battery?

Though there are numerous perks of having a Hybrid battery-powered vehicle, there also exists a major con to it, which is that when the time comes for the replacement or repairing of battery, there is a costly expenditure that you wouldn't like to pay. No driver wants to say goodbye to their cars, but in the case of Hybrid vehicles, the cost that you will have to pay for an old car's battery replacement may be equivalent to the current value of your car in the market. It's hard to believe but is the bitter truth about hybrid car batteries. One can also invest in the refurbished battery, but that will make no sense after some time as it will only help you cover a few more miles. So, when the time comes down to change the battery, you better change your car.

 

 

 

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