As we all know, it cannot recharge lithium batteries in low-temperature environments. Why can't I charge the lithium-ion battery in a low-temperature setting? Today we will give you a detailed answer.
Lithium-ion batteries must not be at too low a temperature. At too low a temperature, the lithium in the battery will deposit and cause an internal short circuit. Put, in a low-temperature environment, it is not that the lithium battery is really out of power, but that it has electricity but cannot be discharged typically. The ordinary lithium battery will reduce its capacity by 20% when it is at zero degrees Celsius. When it reaches minus 10 degrees Celsius, its capacity may be only about half.
Of course, these are the technical parameters of ordinary lithium-ion batteries, striving for the demand for use in low-temperature environments; HOPPTBATTERY has developed a low-temperature lithium battery that supports discharge at minus 40 degrees Celsius and recharges at minus 20 degrees Celsius.