Killing Batteries

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by Dudley Hanks, Feb 13, 2014.

  1. Dudley Hanks

    Guest Guest

    Your an expert on lithium batteries are you....
    Where the protection in thes which I buy.

    Thes cells are matched spo they don;t need the dedicated CPUs and most aren't
    actualy CPUs anyway, they are just dedicated circuits.[/QUOTE]

    there is a microcontroller, which is a cpu, inside the battery pack
    itself. it runs one thing, and that's to monitor the battery status so
    it doesn't explode.
    any battery can leak.

    the problem is that a lithium ion battery can go boom if they leak or
    are improperly charged.

    on occasion, there are battery recalls because a defect was found in
    manufacturing and there is a higher probability of that batch of
    batteries to leak and/or explode.

    the noname batteries won't be issuing recalls and their protection
    circuits may not work as well. in some cases, they don't have as much
    redundancy. the better batteries have multiple temperature sensors, for
    instance, while the nonames might have just one.
    i didn't say the computer's cpu. i said 'directly to the cpu', which
    means the one inside the battery pack.
    it's in the battery pack.
    it's in the battery pack.
    the power manager absolutely talks to the battery.
    Guest, Feb 21, 2014
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  2. Dudley Hanks

    Whisky-dave Guest

    NO it is NOT.
    A microprocessor IS NOT a CPU

    inside the battery pack
    Yes but some less likely that others, while some claim to be leak proof.

    As can other batteries be intersting to see how the lithium air batteries perform.

    Yes that happened with the sony.
    A similar thing happened to HD once, then the fake capacitors in PSUs

    Same as many other products no-names or cheaper versions tend to have less quality componets and/or cheaper materials are used.
    They tend not to put CPUs in battery packs as they are too expensive you don;t needa CPU in battery packs. There are other compontesnts that are better at that job than CPUs whos main job is to number crunch not measure currents and voltages.

    NO it is NOT.

    You'll be telling me next it has video RAM too.
    Whisky-dave, Feb 24, 2014
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