I posted about my 3680 not charging and i got a solution that the batteries are lithium ion and tend to lose charging abilities and that i need to replace them. I understand this but would the batteries cause the computer not to charge ONLY while its turned on? Because it charges perfectly while it is turned off.
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Your system definitely uses a lithium ion battery.
Over their lifespans, lithium-ion batteries can lose the ability to hold a charge. After a few years, some batteries will last only a fraction of the rated runtime. Replacing a battery is relatively simple; most pop out from the bottom or back of the laptop.
Many retailers, however, charge hundreds of dollars for a new battery. Sites like batteries.com specialize in discount laptop batteries and can save you money on a brand new battery for your laptop. For example, a Dell Latitude D620 Li-ion battery costs $139 on Dell's Web site and $83.99 on batteries.com, as of press time. (The company even offers a two-year warranty and 45-day money-back guarantee on all laptop-battery orders.)
Li-ion Lithium ion batteries amount conspicuously added than added two way radio batteries, and at the aforementioned time they are beneath abiding and added chemically volatile. Also, Li-ion batteries crave their own chargers (NiCd and NiMH batteries can generally use the aforementioned charger) and at abounding ability can irreversibly lose amid 5-20% of their accumulator accommodation annually.
NiCd The capital disadvantage of a nickel cadmium array is its susceptibility to "memory effect," acceptation that the array gradually loses its accommodation for abounding recharging if it is again recharged afore its accommodation has been absolutely drained. Because of this, nickel-based batteries (both NiCd and NiMH) are almost aerial maintenance. Also, the cadmium in NiCd batteries is toxic.
These batteries have big problems that Hitachi doesn't address very well. Unlike NiCad batteries, Lith-Ion ones must be periodically used and recharged to retain their battery functions, i.e. if they have been sitting on the shelf at a store for an extended period of time, chances are they will be dead when bought and will not accept a charge. If they go dead i.e. no little red light on the charger when you plug the battery unit in...it's basically junk.
If you can return them or exercise the warranty do so. If / when you get new ones DO NOT completely discharge them like you would NiCads. Lith-Ion batteries do not have the "battery memory" issues that NiCads have which means you don't lose running time if you don't fully discharge the battery unit prior to recharge. Completely discharging before recharge will ultimately kill them. Use the 1815X till almost dead and then charge it. It is also recommended Lith-Ion batteries not be stored fully charged i.e. charge the 1815X fully, drive a couple bolts or screws, remove the battery unit and then put it away. Do not leave battery unit plugged into the tool when you put the tool away. This will discharge and kill the battery unit.
There are non-Hitachi substitute batteries now on the market. I'm guessing the same precautions apply but I don't own one of the replacements so I don't truly know.
The actual batteries in the Hitachi BSL 1815X are Sanyo UR18650SAX lithium ion batteries. Lithium Ion cells aren't all that easy to get commercially because of handling & safety requirements. Not certain if you can take apart the 1815X and swap out the bad Sanyo cells.
Some lithium-ion really loose their life easily and sometimes quickly.They are affected by temperatures too.I noticed that when I am charging the batteries tend to heat up and I found out they loose their power quickly when you let them charge and leave them warm.Secret to of prolonging their life is after a full charge zip lock it and freeze them.Of course dry them upon use.Do try a new set of batteries it will resurrect your camera back to life.
Lithium-Ion batteries require careful charging and temperature monitoring while in the charger. Ryobi's Charging station monitors many functions and shuts off when the battery has gone through a complete charge. This is indicated by a steady Green light. Once the Charge indicator is a steady green the charger stops charging. With any battery It will slowly discharge and I don’t think the Ryobi will maintain a battery that is never removed. For example, if after a complete charge cycle if the battery was left there for 2 years and then you went to use it, it would likely be completely discharged.However if the battery charger is unplugged then plugged back in a new charge sequence would start.I lose power at my house about every 6 months or so.Once power is restored a new cycle would start and the charging cycle begins again. Hope this helps and have a great day.
We have received a number of inquiries regarding the usage of Konica Minolta digital cameras with non-genuine or counterfeit Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries.
Please be advised that genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries are equipped with security system to prevent the camera from damages. It has been reported that some counterfeit batteries are NOT equipped with a security system. The use of such batteries will cause damage to your Konica Minolta digital camera and may cause fire.
Further, every Konica Minolta digital camera has been designed to fulfill its nominal value in performance with a corresponding genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion battery.
For safety and optimum performance, we recommend that you only use genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries with Konica Minolta digital cameras. Genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries will include the Konica Minolta model # (NP-200, NP-400, etc) and are only available through authorized Konica Minolta dealers and the Konica Minolta on-line store.
Please note that Konica Minolta is not responsible for damages or troubles caused by the use of lithium batteries which are not specified in the instruction manuals or not produced/distributed by Konica Minolta Camera Inc.
Genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries are listed below:
Konica Lithium-ion Battery DR-LB4 for Konica Digital Revio KD-510Z/410Z/500Z/400Z/310Z
Minolta Lithium-ion Battery NP-200 for Minolta DiMAGE Xt/Xi/X
Minolta Lithium-ion Battery NP-400 for Minolta DiMAGE A1
Minolta Lithium-ion Battery NP-600 for Minolta DiMAGE G400
Minolta Lithium-ion Battery NP-500 for Minolta DiMAGE G500
Minolta External High-Power Battery EBP-100* is available for the following models:
Minolta DiMAGE A1/Z1/7Hi/7i/7/5/S414/S404/S304
* EBP-100 is consisted of 2pcs. Lithium-ion Battery NP-100, 1pc. Battery Holder BH-100, and 1pc. Lithium-ion Battery Charger BC-100