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PostSubject: Replacing The Lithium Ion Battery   Replacing The Lithium Ion Battery EmptyMon Nov 07, 2011 3:14 pm

There are several ways to prolong the life of your laptop battery, Inspiron 1526 Battery are better than others and in general steps you can take to keep your laptop running longer.
The lithium-ion battery is a family of rechargeable battery types
that the lithium ions?can move from the negative electrode to the
positive when discharging, and back when charging. The lithium-ion
battery has a variety of performance, safety and cost characteristics.
Unlike lithium primary batteries that are disposable, lithium-ion
electrochemical cells use an intercalated lithium compound as the
electrode material instead of metallic lithium.
Lithium-ion batteries are quite common to be used as laptop battery.
They are one of the most popular types of rechargeable battery for
portable gadget, like laptop with one of the best energy densities, no
memory effect, and a slow loss of charge when not in use. Beyond
consumer electronics, the lithium-ion battery are also growing in
popularity for military, electric vehicle, and aerospace applications.
Now with the research on traditional lithium-ion battery technology, it
has made great progress on durability, energy density, intrinsic safety.
However, its cost is still high.
Laptop lithium-ion batteries, like all rechargeable battery packs,
lose their charging capacity over time. Because new laptop batteries are
quite expensive,especially for Inspiron 1526 Battery
and?replacing the individual cells inside the battery casing can save a
lot of money. However, rebuilding a battery sometimes does not work as
expected, so it抯 important to be willing to purchase a new laptop
battery if the procedure fails. If you are interested in it, you can see
the instruction below for your reference.
All you should do first is to allow the laptop battery to run down
completely. Turn off your laptop, then remove the battery. Write down
the model number located on your battery to help identify the type of
Li-ion replacement cells you need to purchase. And then split open a
small section of the battery pack (at the seam) with a screwdriver or
craft knife. Continue to pry the plastic case loose moving around the
outer edge until the entire top is free, which you may put forth your
After that, you must note the number of cells inside the case. Write
down the part number and voltage information printed on the cell
casings. Draw a diagram showing the arrangement of the cells and how
they are connected, or take a few photos to help reassembling. Next you
should buy the correct number and type replacement batteries from the
electronic online store, like hootoo dot com, based on your battery
model and cell specifications.
Once get it,?do carefully remove each cell using a craft knife and
wire cutters as necessary. Each battery pack is different, but the cells
are usually wrapped in a plastic casing with metal contacts attached to
one end. Lay the metal contacts, wires and casing material aside. And
then use double-sided tape or a solder gun (only if necessary) to attach
the metal contacts to the cells and circuit board. When finished, the
old cells should be completely stripped (naked) and the new cells should
look like the old ones as much as possible. Finally, just place the new
cells inside the case, referring to your diagram or photos if
necessary. Glue the battery pack top back on. Charge the new battery for
at least 24 hours before using it.
At last, do notice that Keep an eye on the new battery while it
charges for the first time. If the contacts are not connected properly,
the battery could overheat and cause damage to the laptop.

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