Taking Care of Your Battery for Longevity
The battery is always a common worry for most vapers when it comes to vaping. If not properly handled, it may cause damages, some of which, can be permanent and irreversible. If the basic rules of charging your battery are not adhered to, it is likely that you will experience a negative outcome. One of the many things that need to be taken into consideration while charging your battery is the proper positioning of the battery. When using a vaping device that does not contain the proper polarity protection, the most likely reaction is a spoilt battery. It’s very easy to avoid this by simply placing your battery in the direction it should be. The damage to your device and the vented battery can easily be avoided by making sure your battery is properly placed in the device when charging it.
Unlike borrowing a charger to charge your phone, vaping requires attention when it comes to charging your battery. If you happen to use a charger that is not meant for the battery you are using, overcharging may happen. If overcharging happens, the battery will explode. In some instances, the explosion isn’t experienced, but the battery will short. An electric fire may also occur in such an instance. In most cases, you come across vapers who buy the cheapest charger they find and most of these chargers do not have inbuilt protection in case overcharging occurs. This becomes a threat to the vaper, and their device is at the risk of getting spoilt if the battery bursts due to the excessive charge. As much as quality chargers may seem expensive, they are efficient in the long-run and will help you lengthen the battery's lifetime.
Always use the right charger for your devices if you are looking to have them in good condition over a long period of time.
Any vape unit needs to be monitored while charging. They should not be left to charge over long periods of time without monitoring them to avoid any technical issues that will most likely decrease their lifespan. Reading the manual that comes with the device will be a good start in ensuring that you understand the battery charging requirements. The manual clearly instructs on how long your battery should be charged and this will ensure that overcharging will be avoided.
As sub-ohming becomes more widespread, it is essential that vapers/modders understand the proper setups, especially when it comes to powering their MODs in this case. If the setup is incorrect, the likely outcome is an explosion which is dangerous to the vaper and the people in the surrounding. A battery shouldn’t be overcharged or over discharged. Both are just as damaging. Batteries become weaker with time if they keep getting over discharged. It is important to look out for draining batteries to avoid weakening them. For instance, 3.8 volts is an ideal point to know that your battery needs to be charged.
Monitoring the power in your battery and charging it as needed is important to avoid over draining. Whether a vaper opts for a regulated or unregulated MOD, it is important that they understand the Ohm’s Law. The battery's voltage, the resistance of the coil and the MOD’s power handling should be taken into consideration when charging.
When a battery is well-taken care of, it’s likely to give you better service over a long duration of time. Understanding that power is an essential part in vaping is crucial because, without power, the e-liquid cannot vaporize. For the sake of getting a good vaping experience and avoiding accidents during vaping, it is important that a vaper takes time to understand their devices well. When the proper charger and power is used to charge the battery, the battery will last longer, and it will be safe to use during vaping.
Additionally, charging your battery for the required time will avoid overcharging, which may cause explosions and damage your device. Also, remember to store your batteries well to avoid shorting.
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