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What You Need To Know About Batteries.Lithium-Ion (Li-ion) batteries are more advanced than Nickel Cadnium (NiCad) and Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh) batteries and don't need to be fully discharged before re-charging.Li-ion batteries don't suffer battery memory as NiCad batteries do. The Li-ion battery can last 500 charge cycles. As the battery's charge cycle increases, it decreases in battery life. A Li-ion battery can lose up to 5% per month if left unattended. They are only good for two to three years depending on how you use them. You will often see Lipo batteries in drones and smartphones. If you are a heavy user (24/7), replace your batteries every year. If you are a less intense user, replace your batteries every 18 months (i.e. 8 hour shifts For a quote on replacement barcode scanner batteries, please contact us The future of batteries is a battery that charges quickly, is small and lightweight, and has a long life. They are essential for solar storage and electric vehicles. Barcode scanner batteries won't be the main focus of most researchers' minds, but portable computing is important. We'll soon see this technology at a scanner near us. This is what laboratories and universities around the globe are working on. Graphene batteries. Graphene has been a hot topic for many years. This carbon-based material can be used to make batteries. It charges 30 times faster that lithium Ion and discharges much faster (which is very useful when a car requires massive power to accelerate). Graphene is likely to find its way into batteries in the near term. Samsung researchers announced in November 2017 that graphene batteries can charge five times faster then Li-ion. The researchers also discovered a way to make graphene cheaper than ever before. This technology will be used in more applications of graphene. Na-Ion batteriesThose who have studied chemistry in school will recognize Na as Sodium. French researchers created a battery that is comparable in performance to Lithium Ion but has a life span of 2,000 cycles, which is four times longer than Li-Ion.
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