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Tips for your laptop battery

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The HP 510 battery of your [url=http://www.laptopspark.com/products/SONY-VAIO-EE-Series-VPCEE42FXBJ-Notebook-AMD-Athlon-II-Dual-Core-P360230GHz-155-4GB-Memory-DDR3-1066-500GB-HDD-5400rpm-DVD-Super-Multi-ATI-Radeon-HD-4250-laptop-426.html]SONY VAIO EE Series VPCEE42FX/BJ Notebook AMD Athlon II Dual-Core P360(2.30GHz) 15.5" 4GB Memory DDR3 1066 500GB HDD 5400rpm DVD Super Multi ATI Radeon HD 4250[/url] is probably the most sensitive consumable component. At the same time it is fitting that this building, caution, so spending the time to maintain the autonomy that gives us a level that will satisfy us.The batteries of the modern notebook lithium ion battery is an option that manufacturers have made ​​it, first because there is no memory effect, as in older style batteries, but also because it is lighter. Theoretically, such as [url=http://www.laptopspark.com/products/Sony-Vaio-EA3S1EB--Intel-Core-i3-370M-24GHz-500GB-HDD-4GB-RAM-14-WXGA-TFT-Laptop-laptop-303.html]Sony Vaio EA3S1E/B Intel Core i3 370M 2.4GHz 500GB HDD 4GB RAM 14" WXGA TFT Laptop[/url] battery has life of about 300 cycles . A cycle is defined as a full discharge and charge the battery. But if for example you allow your battery to reach 50% of initial capacity and then connect again to the portable charger to charge, then every two times you do that counts as one cycle.Because we can not constantly in our minds what is happening with the battery, we will give you some tips for proper maintenance , but also utilities , which will take hard work for you. Depending on the type of your HP pavilion DV5000 battery, you will also have information on this.When you use your laptop in a room that is available to provide electricity all manufacturers suggest you have it permanently connected to the mains. Your [url=http://www.laptopspark.com/products/Sony-Vaio-EA3S1EW-Intel-Core-i3-370M-24GHz-500GB-HDD-4GB-RAM-14-WXGA-TFT-Laptop-laptop-300.html]Sony Vaio EA3S1E/W Intel Core i3 370M 2.4GHz 500GB HDD 4GB RAM 14" WXGA TFT Laptop[/url]
battery just fill - barely reached the 100% load it - it stops charging and thus do unnecessary charge / discharge cycles . In this way, increase the time of her life.
As you use your Toshiba pa3451u-1brs battery, or permanently to the mains, either permanently in charge / discharge should be once a month - at least - to make calibration of the battery. The process is simple and is as follows. I have since fully charge your battery, remove the power supply and work your laptop until you completely empty the battery. After you turn off the laptop should leave it without charging 4-5 hours . Here note that some manufacturers offer only reached the minimum load to your battery, usually 3% -5%, can you sleep in your system and wait for 4-5 hours. After you do a full charge the battery to complete the calibration. In this process we will maintain a "form" as possible.
That last thing you should know is that the batteries - lithium ion - "hate" warm environments. This ensures that the rising temperature of the environment will notice degraded performance , while you will notice increased performance . Usually the measurements for the autonomy of laptops to keep in mind that there are at temperatures ranging from 22 to 25 degrees Celsius. Please take care of your [url=http://www.laptopspark.com/products/SONY-VAIO-F-Series-VPCF13WFXBC-Notebook-Intel-Core-i7-740QM173GHz-164-4GB-Memory-DDR3-1333-500GB-HDD-laptop-299.html]SONY VAIO F Series VPCF13WFX/BC Notebook Intel Core i7 740QM(1.73GHz) 16.4" 4GB Memory DDR3 1333 500GB HDD[/url]
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