High quality ACER Aspire 3810T 3810TZG 5810T 5810TZG Notebook Battery review

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Basing the SOC estimate on the current capacity of the battery rather than its rated capacity when new is equivalent to progressively reducing the capacity of the fuel tank over the lifetime of the vehicle without informing the driver. If an accurate estimate of the charge remaining in the battery is required the ageing and environmental factors must be taken into account.

 

ACER Aspire 3810TZG battery feature:
Battery Type:  Li-ion 
Voltage:  10.8V or 11.1V
Capacity: 6600mAh / 9Cell
Weight:  377g
Size: 270.80 x 43.30 x 20.90mm
Color: White or Blue or Black

 

The energy loss is asymptotical, meaning that the self-discharge is highest right after charge and then tapers

off. Nickel-based batteries lose 10 to 15 percent of their capacity in the first 24 hours after charge, then 10

to 15 percent per month. Figure 7 shows the typical loss of a nickel-based battery while in storage.

 

ACER Aspire 5810TZG battery Compatible original Battery Code:
ACER:
AK.006BT.027 AK.006BT.068 AS09D31
AS09D34  AS09D36  AS09D41 
AS09D51 AS09D56  AS09D70 
AS09D71  AS09D78  AS09F34 
AS09F56  LC.BTP00.052 

 

One would assume that capacity measurement with discharge is accurate but this is not always the case, especially

with lead acid batteries. In fact, there are large variations between identical tests, even when using highly

accurate equipment and following established charge and discharge standards, with temperature control and

mandated rest periods. This behavior is not fully understood except to consider that batteries exhibit human-like

qualities. Our IQ levels also vary depending on the time of day and other conditions. Nickel- and lithium-based

chemistries provide more consistent results than lead acid on discharge/charge tests.

 

ACER Aspire 3810T battery Fit machine:
ACER Aspire 3810 Series ACER Aspire 3810T Series ACER Aspire 3810TG Series
ACER Aspire 3810TZ Series ACER Aspire 3810TZG Series
ACER Aspire Timeline 3810 Series ACER Aspire Timeline 3810T Series ACER Aspire Timeline 3810TG Series
ACER Aspire Timeline 3810TZ Series ACER Aspire Timeline 3810TZG Series

 

As doctors will examine a patient with different devices, so also does a battery need several approaches to find

anomalies. A dead battery is easy to measure and all testers can do this. The challenge comes in evaluating a

battery in the 80 to 100 percent performance range. This chapter examines current and futuristic methods and how

they stand up. One thing to remember is this: batteries cannot be measured; the appropriate instruments can only

make predictions or estimations. This is synonymous with a doctor examining a patient, or the weatherman

predicting the weather. All findings are estimations with various degrees of accuracies.

 

ACER Aspire 5810T battery Fit machine:
ACER Aspire 5810 Series ACER Aspire 5810T Series ACER Aspire 5810TG Series
ACER Aspire 5810TZ Series ACER Aspire 5810TZG Series
ACER Aspire Timeline 5810 Series ACER Aspire Timeline 5810T Series ACER Aspire Timeline 5810TG Series
ACER Aspire Timeline 5810TZ Series ACER Aspire Timeline 5810TZG Series

 

Caution: When charging an SLA with over-voltage, current limiting must be applied to protect the battery. Always

set the current limit to the lowest practical setting and observe the battery voltage and temperature during

charge.

 

The final tweak occurs in Linux's memory management. If a lot of memory is allocated during an inactive period,

the memory manager eventually has to select some memory pages that need to be dropped. It is possible to select a

page that needs to be written to disk before it can be dropped, for instance a modified disk page or a page that

needs to be written to swap space. But then, it has to spin up the drive to perform that write, and we don't want

that to happen. Andrew Morton tweaked the memory manager so that when we're running in Laptop Mode, the memory

manager first tries to select pages that don't require a write.

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