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Frequent charging of electric vehicle batteries will not affect life
The battery will run out faster and faster as the mobile phone is used for a long time. In fact, the current standard for all rechargeable batteries is like this. It must have its service life. So how high is the battery loss rate of electric vehicles? New scientific research shows that capacity will be lost every year.
The battery cycle is longer than the car
The longer the application, the faster the capacity drops
Frequent charging will not affect the lifespan
Geotab company is A company engaged in satellite navigation system fleet management and vehicle tracking industries recently published a scientific study on battery charger power decline. This study is based on data from 6,300 customer fleets and conducted surveys of customers around the world. It is found that the average battery capacity will be impaired and the battery life will exceed that of the vehicle.
In scientific research, it is also expressed that the life of the rechargeable battery of the air-cooled battery is shorter than that of the rechargeable battery that uses water-cooled and hot. For example, in 2016, the tesla battery that used water-cooled and hot cooled, the average number of battery cycles decreased every year ; In 2016, the Nissan Leaf cooled by air cooling has a significant difference, and the life of the rechargeable battery decreases every year.
But geotab also said in the report that the decline of the battery is not linear. With the extension of battery life, the decline rate of the battery will become faster and faster. Charging speed will damage the life of the battery, so use wireless communication technology to monitor the car, they will use this technology to maintain the battery, so the charging speed of the battery will vary according to the life of the battery.
Another interesting data message is that frequently used cars will not suffer more serious battery failures than battery chargers, and the battery charger has not been driven or charged for a long time. In other words, no matter how many times you use the battery, the location of the car will impair the number of battery cycles, and cold weather is more likely to reduce the battery failure rate.