Each mobile power supply, like a smartphone battery, starts with a limited number of full charge cycles, which determines its lifespan. The lifespan of a mobile power depends on a number of key factors. Factors that affect the potential of a mobile power include the frequency of charging, the quality and type of mobile power you have, and how you use it.
The average number of charges for a mobile power is typically around 600, but may be more or less, depending on the charging method and the mobile power itself.
A full mobile power charge cycle is 100% to 0% charge and then back to 100%. Some mobile power supplies have a larger battery capacity, which means you will get more charge cycles and a longer mobile power life.
Each time a cycle is completed there is some overall quality loss in the charging capacity of the mobile power. This quality is slowly depleted over the entire life of the product. Lithium polymer batteries do a better job of this.
The average lifespan of a mobile power supply is typically between 3-4 years, with an average charge of around 4-6 months, slightly higher to start with, and an overall quality loss of 2-5% per month, depending on the original quality and use of the mobile power supply in question.
Factors affecting the life of a mobile power include:
The battery in a mobile power is either a lithium ion or lithium polymer battery. Lithium-ion batteries are the oldest and most common type of battery and have a built-in circuit that controls the current flow from the battery to the device. Lithium polymer, on the other hand, does not heat up and therefore does not require an electrical circuit. Lithium polymer is lighter, more compact, more robust and does not often leak electrolyte.
Look for mobile power with a high quality build, otherwise the life cycle of the product will be much shorter. Look for a reputable company, RUIOO uses quality materials and offers a good warranty that will both protect you and show our confidence in our products. We will provide a warranty.
When it comes to the lifespan of a mobile power, you get as much power as you can out of this handy external battery - so treat it well! Here are some precautions for mobile power.
Always start a brand new mobile power when it is fully charged.
Please charge your mobile power immediately after each use.
Do not use your mobile power in high humidity environments. Keep it dry at all times.
Do not carry your mobile power in a bag or pocket near any other metal objects (e.g. keys) as this can lead to short circuits and damage.
Do not throw away your mobile power. This can damage the circuit board or internal battery.
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