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Internal structure of Notebook Battery products
The internal structure of Notebook Battery mainly consists of three parts: battery core, charge and discharge control circuit board, and temperature feedback line. Among them, the battery cell is the energy center of the battery, which is responsible for countless charging and discharging tasks. The circuit board is used to control the charging and discharging of the battery. When the battery is deficient, it is allowed to charge, and when the battery is full, the charging is cut off. Notebook Battery manufacturers tell you that due to the large capacity of the notebook computer batteries, it will undergo a violent chemical reaction during use.
Therefore, for safety reasons, it is necessary to strictly control the temperature of the battery core not to be too high. The temperature feedback line plays an important role here; the notebook battery manufacturer tells you that when the temperature exceeds a certain level, the temperature feedback line is sent to the circuit board. The charging can be cut off immediately.
Notebook Battery manufacturers tell you that notebook batteries are composed of shells and batteries, and are lithium-ion batteries. Generally speaking, the battery cell refers to the number of cells in the battery, and the mAh refers to the capacity of the notebook battery.
Notebook Battery manufacturers tell you that the standby time of a notebook battery is mainly determined by the mAh value. In general, the more battery cells, the greater the mAh value, and the longer the standby time. Notebook Battery manufacturers tell you that the life of notebook batteries is mainly measured by the number of charging and discharging, and the quality of products is generally 500-600 times. Therefore, the effective life of the notebook battery is within 2 years, and the expired battery will age, and the standby time will drop sharply, which will affect the mobility of the notebook computer.