PeaNut_HU, on Mar 1 2011, 18:41, said:
Yep, there is no "memory effect" on Li-Ion and Li-Polymer batteries, and it is also always accompanied by a deep-discharge protection circuit.
I connect the phone to PC and disconnect it 20-30 up to 50x in a day (transfer the data all the time to PC, but have to get out of the office as soon as the phone rings to take the call - or to make one...)
I have heard that the Li-Ion battery don't suffer a "memory effect".
My interpretation of the "mem effect" is that with time, the Li-Ion battery won't provide shorter using time if it is randomly charged (not drained to 5% and then fully charged).
But what about a charging cycles (1000, 2000 cycles?)
How do you count a charging cycle:
- connected/disconnected to the charger, or
- charged (in 1, 2, 10 iterations) from 5% to 100%?
In the first case, I really can see a potential of this app...
Or are you saying that I can connect and disconnect the charger for unlimited times?
30 x 365 = 10950.
Can a Li-Ion battery stand 10000 charging cycles (in a year)?
Cheers, and THANKS, ezablade, if nothing else for taking time to develop this app