What should be paid attention to when charging lithium-ion battery electric vehicles?

September 4, 2020

What should be paid attention to when charging lithium-ion battery electric vehicles?


Charge it every day: Even if your electric car's lithium-ion battery can be used for 2 to 3 days with a single charge, it is recommended that you charge it every day. Because the used lithium-ion battery is in a shallow cycle, charging every day will extend the life of the lithium-ion battery of electric vehicles.

Charge in time: Because the lithium-ion battery electric vehicle will enter the vulcanization process after discharge, if it is charged in time, it can remove the less serious vulcanization. Therefore, the lithium ion battery should be charged as soon as possible after use, and the battery power should be as full as possible.

Regular deep discharge: A regular deep discharge of the power lithium-ion battery is also beneficial to "activate" the battery, which can slightly increase the battery capacity. The general method is to fully discharge the battery periodically.

Try to use the original charger: in general, do not change the charger at will when you are not sure. In addition, do not remove the speed limit of the controller. After removing the speed limit of the controller, although the speed of some cars can be increased, it will reduce the service life of the battery.

Be careful not to overcharge the lithium-ion battery electric vehicle. If an electric vehicle battery is overcharged, it will cause a large amount of gas to wash the battery plates, causing the active material to fall off, and ultimately reducing the battery life. In addition, overcharging of electric vehicle batteries will also lead to faster water loss, affecting the decomposition of electrolyte, leading to increased battery temperature and shortening battery life.