Month: February 2010

24 Feb

Charging the Lithium Polymer Battery

Charging the Lithium Polymer Battery

The charge process of the Li-Polymer is similar to that of the Li-ion. Li-Polymer utilizes dry electrolyte and takes 3 to 5 hours to charge. Li-ion polymer with gelled electrolyte, in the other hand, is almost identical to this of Li-ion. In fact, the same charge algorithm can be used. With many chargers, the owner does never must understand whether or not the power being charged is Li-ion or Li-ion polymer.

All retail batteries sold under the so-called ‘Polymer’ category are a definite variety of the Li-ion polymer using some kind of gelled electrolyte. A low-cost dry polymer power operating at ambient temperature is still some years away

24 Feb

Charging the Lithium Polymer Battery

Charging the Lithium Polymer Battery

The charge process of the Li-Polymer is similar to that of the Li-ion. Li-Polymer utilizes dry electrolyte and takes 3 to 5 hours to charge. Li-ion polymer with gelled electrolyte, in the other hand, is almost identical to this of Li-ion. In fact, the same charge algorithm can be used. With many chargers, the owner does never must understand whether or not the power being charged is Li-ion or Li-ion polymer.

All retail batteries sold under the so-called ‘Polymer’ category are a definite variety of the Li-ion polymer using some kind of gelled electrolyte. A low-cost dry polymer power operating at ambient temperature is still some years away