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Vaporizer Pen Batteries usually come with complex names that include various letters and numbers. As it so happens, that is not an accident. The name of a battery is a combination of the type, size, and chemical make-up.
Breaking it down:
I = The battery is a Lithium Ion Battery Li-Ion. These are known as some of the best, longest lasting batteries on the market.
M = Manganese (Mn) is the positive ion for the battery
C = Cobalt (Co) is the positive ion for the battery
N = Nickel “Ni” is the positive Ion in the battery
F = Iron “Fe” is the positive ion in the battery
R = Is either Round or Rechargeable
F = Flat
18 = diameter of battery 18mm, making the first two digits the diameter in mm
650 = height in tenths of millimeters 65mm
850 = height in tenths of millimeters 85mm
So, for example, the INR18650 is a Lithium Ion battery with Nickel as the positive ion, is round, has an 18mm diameter and 65mm height.
Protective batteries have a small circuit board that prevents the charging or discharge of the battery in specific circumstances. Circumstances include:
These batteries require special chargers that are specifically designed to charge lithium rechargeable batteries.
Unprotected lithium batteries produce 4.2 volts of power when fully charged, and quickly drops to 3.6 volts output during use. The output continues at 3.6 volts until mostly discharged, at which point the voltage falls rapidly. If their discharged falls below 3 volts, they will be exhausted and no longer usable.
The mAh capacity rating of a battery refers to its energy storage capacity. A vape pen battery with a capacity of 3000 mAh can supply a current of 3000mA for up to one hour. Higher mAh ratings for the same battery type equates to longer run times. This is not the case, however, when comparing different brands of batteries – meaning you can not predict how long your electronic device will operate by looking at the capacity rating of a battery.
1. Use your Vape Pen Regularly
The more they are used, the easier power flows through the battery’s cells.
2. Store it Correctly
Avoid direct sunlight, heat, and moisture. You should also protect your battery from sustaining any large impacts.
3. Don’t Let the Vape Pen Battery Hit 0%
Ideally, you should recharge your battery after it passes 10% remaining power.
4. Never Store your Battery With Less than a 50% Charge
Storing batteries with 50% or less charge will require them to work harder to deliver the power you need to use your device and therefore drain faster.
5. Disconnect the Portable Vaporizer from Battery When Not in Use
Just like how you’re phone charger pulls electricity from the wall even when your phone is not attached, when a the vaporizer is connected to the battery, it’s always draining a little bit of juice regardless if it is being used.
6. Do Not Leave the Battery Charging
When you’ve finished charging, take your battery off of the charger as soon as possible to avoid overcharging, which can exhaust the device and reduce its lifespan.
7. Keep Threads and Contacts and Battery Clean
Make sure the contacts between the battery and the vaporizer remain clean. Use a cotton swab, Q-tip or alcohol pad and regularly wipe down the threads and contacts where your vaporizer and battery clasp together.