Your new ASUS notebook features advanced battery chemistry that greatly extends the battery’s lifespan. The built-in battery of your MacBook, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air is designed to deliver up to 1000 full charge and discharge cycles before it reaches 80 percent of its original capacity. In addition, Adaptive Charging reduces the wear and tear on the battery giving it a lifespan of up to 5 years. Be sure to fully charge your portable when you plug it in for the first time, and then run Software Update to ensure you have the latest software. ASUS periodically releases updates that may improve battery performance.
ASUS X43BY battery info:
Battery Type: Li-ion
Capacity: 5200mAh / 6Cell
Property: ASUS Replacement Battery
The battery user may ask why the industry is lagging so far behind. The answer is simple: battery testing and monitoring is far more complex than outsiders perceive it. As there is no single diagnostic device that can assess the health of a person, so are there no instruments that can quickly check the state-of-health of a battery. Like the human body, batteries can have many hidden deficiencies that no single tester is able to identify with certainly. Yes, we can apply a discharge, but this takes the battery out of service and induces stress, especially on large systems. In some cases, even a discharge does not provide conclusive results either. Read more about Discharge Methods.
ASUS X43E battery Compatible original Battery Code:
The self-discharge on all battery chemistries increases at higher temperatures and the rate typically doubles with every 10°C (18°F). A noticeable energy loss occurs if a battery is left in a hot vehicle. Cycling and aging also increase self-discharge. Nickel-metal-hydride is good for 300-400 cycles, whereas the standard nickel-cadmium lasts over 1,000 cycles before elevated self-discharge starts interfering with performance. The self-discharge on an older nickel-based battery can get so bad that the pack loses its energy mainly through leakage rather than normal use during the day. Discard a battery if the self-discharge reaches 30 percent in 24 hours.
Any laptop battery that complies with the Windows, Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) specification should be able to report information to BatteryMon. Note that only Windows 98, ME, 2000 and XP support this interface. WindowsXP and 7 are not supported. Older PCs may also have a problem if their BIOS does not support ACPI. Some features may not be supported by some battery types, typically they will report only partial information in this case. It has been also been noted that several UPS manufacturers are not providing compliant device drivers
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ASUS X43T battery Fit machine:
ASUS X43 Series(All) ASUS X43B Series ASUS X43BY Series
ASUS X43E Series ASUS X43J Series ASUS X43JE Series
ASUS X43JF Series ASUS X43JR Series ASUS X43JX Series
ASUS X43S Series ASUS X43SJ Series ASUS X43SR Series
ASUS X43SV Series ASUS X43T Series ASUS X43U Series
ASUS X43V Series
All batteries are affected by self-discharge. Self-discharge is not a manufacturing defect per se, although poor manufacturing practices and improper handling can promote the problem. The amount of electrical leakage varies with chemistry, and primary cells, such as lithium and alkaline, are among the best in retaining the energy. in the form of leaking fluids the self-discharge of a ASUS X43U battery. Nickel-based rechargeable systems, in comparison, leak the most and need recharging if the battery has not been used for a few days. High-performance nickel-based batteries are subject to higher self-discharge than the standard versions with lower energy densities.