Lithium polymer vs lithium ion battery which is better

A lithium polymer battery is rectangular in shape and is very thin. These batteries are used in a variety of devices from laptop computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices. Other names for lithium polymer batteries are “LiPo” and “LiPoly.” If a person had to choose which is safer, a lithium polymer or a lithium ...

Proper Way to Disposal of Lithium Polymer Battery

To begin with, damaged lithium polymer batteries (and even undamaged ones) can be extremely dangerous. The horror stories are very well-known, but new RC hobbist typically don’t come across good info on proper handling, storage, and disposal of lipos until well after they’ve begun their journey into the hobby. Usually, it takes a search for ...

Lithium Ion vs. Lithium Polymer Battery

Did you ever think about why your phone works at all? Probably not. But, if you think about it, all portable gadgets rely on a battery to keep ticking – and some have better battery life than others. That’s why we’re going to take a peek at what keeps your phone ticking and why some ...

Some Warm Tips of Gens Ace Lipo Batteries

Lithium Ion and Lithium Polymer battery chemistries cannot be overcharged without damaging active materials. The electrolyte breakdown voltage is precariously close to the fully charged terminal voltage, typically in the range of 4.1 to 4.3 volts/cell. Therefore, careful monitoring and controls must be implemented to avoid any single cell from experiencing an overvoltage due to ...

Gens Ace Lithium-Polymer Battery Safe Guide Instructions

Lithium-polymer batteries offer a variety of significant advantages over NiCd, NiMH and Lipo batteries for use in R/C electric devices. It is very important to have a good understanding of the operating characteristics of LiPo batteries – especially how to charge and care for them safely. Always read the specifications printed on the battery’s label ...

Lithium Polymer Charging/Discharging Safety Tips

Lithium Polymer cells are a tremendous advance in battery technology for RC use. However, due to the chemistry of lithium cells, there is a possibility of fire if charging is not properly done. It is unavoidable due to the nature of lithium itself. This is no different from many things we use in daily life ...