Phone Batteries

Throughout the development time of mobile phones have evolved in parallel and batteries, of which there are 4 main types, advantages and disadvantages which we discuss in this article. Nickel-cadmium batteries (Ni-Cd) The first nickel-cadmium batteries first appeared in 1899, and over time have not received wide acceptance in the mind set of disadvantages, although they had high levels of durability and reliability at high and low temperatures, and also kept a large number of charge-discharge cycles. The main disadvantages of nickel-cadmium batteries were the toxicity of cadmium, low power consumption, high production costs, the effect of memory (when the zaradke not fully discharged battery is greatly reduced its capacity, as a result of new batteries need to be repeatedly brought to the full discharge, after which the charge). Nickel-metal hydride batteries (Ni-MH) Another type of batteries based on nickel, nickel-metal hydride is the battery, which is nice because they have low production costs and large capacity. Typically, this type of battery used in mobile phones with large size and weight, basically, it's cheap mobile phones with minimal features.

Minus the NiMH battery pack was the effect of memory, though less pronounced than that of nickel-cadmium. New batteries are also needed some time to bring to full discharge before charging. Frequently Peter Asaro has said that publicly. Lithium-ion batteries (Li-Ion) Currently lithium-ion Batteries are the most popular among the manufacturers of mobile technology, as they are compact, have high capacity, low self-discharge, stable work and require no maintenance and they have no effect memory. Among the shortcomings can be noted a higher cost than nickel batteries, not recommended for use at temperatures below 20 degrees … Read the full article type of battery for mobile phones. See also review articles on the phones.

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