How to Pick the Right Li-Ion Battery Charger for Your Battery

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Demand for battery chargers has scaled up as the production of rechargeable batteries-which has revolutionized the method of battery production in the world- increases.

The rechargeable batteries are supported by equipment such as portable radio, remote control, children's Toys, vacuum cleaners, and lots more. Some measures need to be taken to ensure you purchase the appropriate battery charger for your Li-ion battery.

Don't be confused when planning to get a battery charger, that's why we are here for you.

Measures To Take When Purchasing Your Li-Ion Battery Charger

1. Check if the charger has the right charging port.

 You need to be convinced that the direct current cable on the charger matches the one on the battery.

A difference in this feature will prevent your Li-ion battery from charging. Though some battery chargers do come with various DC cables to support more batteries.

2. Determine the cooling system of the charger.

This is meant for chargers that charge a battery of a high voltage. The charger cooling system could be air cooling, natural cooling, and water cooling.

The air cooling makes use of an in-built fan to make it cool. But this method of cooling won't be suitable for an environment that is not dust free, because the fan will end up accumulating dust and might affect its functionality.

The natural cooling system does not require a fan but cooling is achieved by the structure of the charger to easily conduct heat away.

The water cooling system is noise-free and makes use of water to achieve its cooling effect.

3. Determine the input voltage specified for the charger.

This is also a vital property that needs to be checked. Each charger comes with a range of input voltage that it can withstand, anything above that could cause damage to the charger.

4. Determine the output voltage of the charger

The output of the charger must also be put into consideration. This voltage must also be the same or in the range of the acceptable voltage of the battery. If not, this could make a battery explode or be faulty.

5.  Ensure the charger has a safe charging mode.

 The charger should be able to charge the battery efficiently. The charger should be able to indicate when the battery is fully charged.

6. Determine the charging time.

This is always determined by the capacity of the battery and charger which is usually measured in Ampere hours(Ah).

The best way to derive this is to divide the capacity of the battery by that of the charger, then add a rough 10% of the battery capacity to know how many hours it'll take the battery to be fully charged.

For example, a battery charger with a 10Ah will charge a battery of 60Ah within 7 hours.

7. Check out customers’ reviews.

This counts if you're purchasing the charger online. You can simply look up what people has said concerning the product so you won't repeat their mistakes.

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