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Drone battery storage considerations

Drone battery storage considerations


Drone battery storage considerations

No matter what kind of drone battery is, there will always be times when it is not in use. In such a case, is it enough to simply place it? Of course not, because if the battery is not in use, some problems need to be paid attention to in storage. Avoiding these problems can protect the battery and prolong the battery life to a certain extent.

The following is an introduction to the precautions on how to store the drone battery brought by the drone battery manufacturer Spard.

(1) When the drone is not in use, the battery should be taken out and stored separately

(2) Do not store with full power or without power

If the battery is fully charged, it is easy to cause bulging, as if we are full and have no digestion, the stomach has been holding on, which is not good for health. If the battery is stored with low power or no power, it is easy to cause the battery to enter an over-discharge state and cause damage to the cell. Therefore, it is recommended to store the battery power at 65%, which will be better.

(3) Do not store in an environment where the temperature is too high or too low

If the battery is placed outdoors at low temperature for a long time, the activity of the battery will be greatly reduced, and even the performance of the lithium battery will be irreversibly reduced. If the storage temperature is too high, the electrolyte inside the battery can easily penetrate the separator. Therefore, when the drone battery is stored for a long time, it must be stored in an environment within the range of -10°C~45°C.

(4) The storage environment should be dry and ventilated

Moisture has a huge impact on drone batteries. Not only in all aspects of production, but also in battery storage later on. Water vapor in the air may penetrate the outer packaging of the battery. The electrolyte in the battery is a substance that is afraid of water. It's also very easy to absorb and react with water until all the electrolyte material is fixed. In other words, its water-drinking capacity never ends until it loses its use value. In addition, the excessively humid environment may also cause short circuits or corrosion of wires and wires due to humidity. Therefore, the storage environment should be dry and ventilated.

(5) Do not storage the battery in an area close to heat sources, flammable and explosive materials

(6) Regularly check the battery level

The battery level should be checked regularly, and if it is too low, charge it to 65% in time. It is recommended to recharge and discharge once every 2-3 months to ensure battery activity.

(7) Dust control

When storing drone batteries, dust in the air must be strictly controlled. There are three reasons, firstly, covering the exposed plug will affect the maximum effect of battery discharge. Secondly, the dust in the air mixed with the metal impurities on the warehouse shelves will increase the internal resistance of the battery. Third, it affects the battery's storage capacity for a long time and increases the battery's self-consumption capacity.

(8) Regularly check whether the battery is eaten by insects or mice, or other conditions, etc.

(9) Battery placement

According to the requirements of battery placement, it is recommended that the gap between the battery and the battery, or the gap between the battery and other items, keep a space of 0.5-0.8 meters. This prevents the batteries from harming each other. In the event of an accident, isolation can also be carried out as soon as possible.

The above are the precautions for drone battery storage summarized by Spard, and there may be some that have not been mentioned. Welcome to communicate with each other.

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