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현재 버전: jayeff ,

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Hi @paulcheeba ,
 
Normally LiPo batteries are charged at 4.2V whereas Li-ion batteries are charged at 4.1V so if the charging circuit in the headset is designed for LiPo batteries it may reduce the lifespan of a Li-ion battery as the charging will be at a higher voltage than what the battery was designed for.
 
There is a lot of info online regarding charging Li-ion batteries using a charger (or charging circuit) designed for LiPo batteries. Some say that it makes no difference, others disagree.
There is a lot of info online regarding charging Li-ion batteries using a charger (or charging circuit) designed for LiPo batteries. Some say that it makes no difference, others disagree.
 
What they all seem to agree on is that if you can select the correct charging voltage (usually they are talking about using external adjustable chargers) then do so.
 
If you can get a suitably sized LiPo battery with increased capacity it may be the way to go.
 
You also have to remember that if you increase the capacity not only will it last longer, it will also take longer to charge ;-)

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

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Hi @paulcheeba ,
 
Normally LiPo batteries are charged at 4.2V whereas Li-ion batteries are charged at 4.1V so if the charging circuit in the headset is designed for LiPo batteries it may reduce the lifespan of a Li-ion battery as the charging will be at a higher voltage than what the battery was designed for.
 
There is a lot of info online regarding charging Li-ion and LiPo batteries using a charger designed for LiPo batteries. Some say that it makes no difference, others disagree.
There is a lot of info online regarding charging Li-ion and LiPo batteries using a charger designed for LiPo batteries. Some say that it makes no difference, others disagree.
 
What they all seem to agree on is that if you can select the correct charging voltage (usually they are talking about using external adjustable chargers) then do so.
 
If you can get a suitably sized LiPo battery with increased capacity it may be the way to go.
 
You also have to remember that if you increase the capacity not only will it last longer, it will also take longer to charge ;-)

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

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Hi @paulcheeba ,
 
Normally LiPo batteries are charged toat 4.2V whereas Li-ion batteries are charged toat 4.1V so if the charging circuit in the headset is designed for LiPo batteries it may reduce the lifespan of a Li-ion battery as the charging will ceasebe at a higher voltage than what the battery was designed for.
Normally LiPo batteries are charged toat 4.2V whereas Li-ion batteries are charged toat 4.1V so if the charging circuit in the headset is designed for LiPo batteries it may reduce the lifespan of a Li-ion battery as the charging will ceasebe at a higher voltage than what the battery was designed for.
 
There is a lot of info online regarding charging Li-ion and LiPo batteries using a charger designed for LiPo batteries. Some say that it makes no difference, others disagree.
 
What they all seem to agree on is that if you can select the correct charging voltage (usually they are talking about using external adjustable chargers) then do so.
 
If you can get a suitably sized LiPo battery with increased capacity it may be the way to go.
 
You also have to remember that if you increase the capacity not only will it last longer, it will also take longer to charge ;-)

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원문 게시자: jayeff ,

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Hi @paulcheeba ,

Normally LiPo batteries are charged to 4.2V whereas Li-ion batteries are charged to 4.1V so if the charging circuit in the headset is designed for LiPo batteries it may reduce the lifespan of a Li-ion battery as the charging will cease at a higher voltage than what the battery was designed for.

There is a lot of info online regarding charging Li-ion and LiPo batteries using a charger designed for LiPo batteries. Some say that it makes no difference, others disagree.

What they all seem to agree on is that if you can select the correct charging voltage (usually they are talking about using external adjustable chargers) then do so.

If you can get a suitably sized LiPo battery with increased capacity it may be the way to go.

You also have to remember that if you increase the capacity not only will it last longer, it will also take longer to charge ;-)

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