How to maintain Robot battery?

This article will take everyone to understand the use and maintenance of lithium batteries and robot battery. Lithium batteries are highly sought after by the market due to their advantages such as environmental protection, long service life, and high power tolerance. Daily rechargeable lithium batteries often encounter problems such as gradual decline in electrical performance and life attenuation during use. Therefore, how to prolong the life of rechargeable batteries and slow down the decline in electrical performance has become a hot spot of concern.

Daily knowledge of robot batteries How to use and maintain robot batteries during use

12v / 24v / 36v / 48v Lithium Battery

First use

For transportation safety, the SOC value range of battery land transportation is recommended to be between 40% and 60% (that is, the battery only has 40% to 60% power when it leaves the factory), and customers must fully charge the battery before construction.

Charging matching

The robot battery is a rechargeable battery pack, so be sure to use the matching charger when charging, and charge it according to the method in the robot user manual. Before charging, carefully check whether the charging interface of the battery and the matching charger interface are complete, and it is strictly forbidden to charge with an unmatched charger.

Safe charging

Before charging, check whether the plugs are corroded, loose, or leaking, and use a socket with leakage protection function. The wiring harness of the socket should meet the working power of the charger, and overloading is strictly prohibited. The surrounding environment should be kept dry and the temperature should be between 0°C and 45°C. Do not charge the battery below 0°C. Otherwise, the service life of the battery will be reduced, and in severe cases, it will lead to safety accidents. When charging, first connect the battery pack, then plug into the AC socket, and finally turn on the AC power supply.

After fully charged, cut off the AC power first, then unplug the AC plug of the charger, and finally disconnect the output battery cable.

Proper storage

Before storage, clean up the site and the sundries around the battery, keep away from heat sources, and fire sources, and avoid falling objects from high altitudes and low-lying places where there are potential safety hazards. The self-discharge of the battery is affected by the ambient temperature and humidity. High temperature and humidity will accelerate the self-discharge of the battery.

It is recommended to store the battery in a dry environment between -20°C and 60°C. Batteries that have not been used for a long time should be charged with 50% to 80% of the electricity, taken out of the machine, and stored in a dry and cool environment to reduce the speed of its internal structure reaction.

Regular charging

For long-term storage, the battery should be charged every 3 months to avoid excessive storage time, the battery will be too low due to self-discharge, causing irreversible damage and affecting the battery life.

Correct transport

Product packaging should comply with the provisions of Table A.83 of JT/T 617.4-2018 “Rules for the Road Transport of Dangerous Goods Part 4: Requirements for the Use of Transport Packaging”. When the robot battery is transported with the robot, a locking mechanism must be fixed to the robot body to prevent shaking. When removing the battery, pull out the plug with appropriate force, do not pull out violently, otherwise the plug will be easily damaged. Do not squeeze the robot battery communication cable and charging aviation plug when handling.

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