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Old 06-12-2018, 08:27 PM
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Default Lithium Rechargeable Battery / Nox 800

I want to take care of the battery the best way, in order to get the most life out of the cell. Now I've lived through a lot of different rechargeable battery technologies in my life. I must confess I'm not clear on the type of lithium cell in the Nox, but more importantly, it's care.
I've read conflicting ways to treat a lithium cell, however, is the conclusion that the more times a cell depletes and gets recharged, that will shorten its life?
As will letting the battery discharge too deep, and do that too many cycles?
So now I'm thinking would a good idea be to just strap a power bank to the Nox, 24 / 7? So if the internal battery never depletes, that's a good thing, right?
Any electronic engineers out there?
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Old 06-13-2018, 02:51 PM
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All rechargeable batteries chemistry break down over time and with repeated use. Over charging and over discharging make it worse. Most lithium devices/batteries/chargers have over charge/discharge protection built in. Lithium batteries should be stored at about 50% charge when not in use for awhile.
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