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Problem: The battery in my R/C car wouldn’t charge. This can happen sometimes when NiMH and NiCad batteries go without use for long periods of time. Solution: Voltage Blast! Please use caution as batteries can SPLODE! Also, I have no idea if this works on lithium type batteries. There are no guarantees that this will work and this could cause damage to your… Everything. In this case I used an AC/DC adaptor to give a 4.8V 150mAh NiMH battery made for a Losi Micro T/B/DT Remote Control Car a Voltage Blast. It works almost like a defibrillator on a heart shocking the battery back to life. This poor video quality comes from the front facing camera on an iPad 2
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Here I demonstrate how to get more battery life from your netbook or laptop. The batteries I used were Ultrafire 18650 3.7 li-ion with 3800 mah normal batteries are 2200-2400 mah so these batteries are over 55% more powerful. note that you will lose 10% battery life if your charging the…
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Toshiba Battery Life Tips
Generally speaking, the present notebooks drop its autonomy primarily by reason of a couple of reasons: Firstly the utilization, secondly the normal aging of the chemical materials. For that reason, regardless of what the tips that you will take your battery pack will wear as time passes. In general the life of a rechargeable laptop battery using is generally up to 2-3 years.
External devices such as keyboards, mouse, external CD drives and so on, are some of the greatest consumers of power that you will ever encounter. For this reason, if you have your Toshiba Satellite L640 and you are afraid that they can easily consume a lot of power, it is advisable that you remove them or unplug them so that you can reduce the amount of power that is being consumed and then make sure that you save on the energy being used.
The other thing that you will need to do when you want to save on the amount of energy being consumed by the Toshiba Satellite L640 is to make sure that you only run the basic programs.
This means that you will be required to switch off things such as music, screensavers and so on. You will also need to close down any programs that may not really be that necessary. As most people will agree with me, taking care of the laptop battery is one of the greatest tasks that can be associated with the Toshiba Satellite L640. However, if at all you put effort into it, you can be pretty sure that you will definitely not be disappointed.
The third thing that you need to do is to realize that if you want the battery of your Toshiba Satellite L640 to last long, you must be willing and able to keep the laptop from overheating.
One of the biggest mistake that people do is to put the laptops on their laps – or something else that is soft such as a pillow. The consequence here is that the computer will get to overheat and therefore cause the battery to run down very quickly.
Moreover, by no means use or keep the battery in severe conditions, including leave your laptop computer in your car when it is either freezing out or in a hot summer time.best temp to keep the battery is about 15°C.In contrast, to cool too much your battery (such as for example by arranging it in your refrigerator) risk to damage it definitively. If the battery will not be in use for a long time, it is suggested to be detached from the machine and placed in a cool, dry, clean place.
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5 simple tips to increase and save battery on you iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Here is the written script: 1.A big battery killer is screen brightness. Make sure it is set at around half full and and have auto-brightness toggled. 2.Another is if you have an email account set up on your device. If you do, head over to the Settings application, tap on the Mail, Contacts, Calendars option and then look for Fetch New Data. Look under Fetch have it set to Hourly, or for extreme battery saving, click Manually. Personally, I have it on hourly, witch automatically checks if I have new mail every hour from the last check ( you can also check for mail manually by opening the mail app). Under Manually, the device will only check for mail if you open the application. 3.Push Notifications. To see which apps have this feature activated, go to settings, and then Notifications. Go through all of the apps in the list and only toggle the ones that are actually needed 4. The last daily step to increase battery life are the background apps. When you double press the home button, hold down a application icon until it starts wiggling and a red X appears in the corner of it. Close app the apps until it’s empty. 5. The last step, which is very important, but only required every month or two, is the most time consuming. Calibrating the battery. To do so charge your iDevice (at night) until completely (100%) full. Allow it to remain plugged in two hours after 100% (although you can use it or not …
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Lenovo’s New Thinkpads Have Better Battery Life
Lenovo on Tuesday announced the first ThinkPad laptops running Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge chips, which help make the PCs faster and more power-efficient than older models.
The company’s new ThinkPad T, L and W laptops run on Intel’s latest Core i3, i5 and i7 processors, which were officially announced earlier this year. The power-efficiency features on Intel’s Sandy Bridge chips, combined with Lenovo’s new power-saving features, have helped prolong battery life on the new laptops, said Preston Taylor, ThinkPad product marketing manager at Lenovo.
The ThinkPad T420, which includes a 14″ screen, delivers up to 15 hours of battery life with a nine-cell battery, better than the 11 hours of its predecessor, Taylor said. The ultra-thin T420S, which also includes a 14″ screen, offers six hours of battery life on a six-cell battery, but users can extend that to 10 hours by plugging an optional battery in the optical bay. The ThinkPad T and W laptops provide a 33-percent battery performance improvement over previous models.
The laptop battery life is also boosted by Intel’s Turbo Boost 2.0 chip feature, where inactive cores can be automatically shut down to preserve power. Performance on the processing cores can be dialed up in case extra performance is needed for tasks like video rendering, Taylor said.
Some laptops are also bundled with Intel’s Core VPro hardware and software platform, which enables IT managers to remotely manage and secure laptops. Intel’s anti-theft technology, which is bundled in VPro, allows IT managers to remotely disable stolen or lost laptops over wired, Wi-Fi or 3G networks. The laptops can be later reactivated through a code provided by the IT department. A GPS capability in the anti-theft feature also allows laptops to be tracked, and establish boundaries so laptops are kept within specific confines.
The new ThinkPads will become available worldwide in March and include dual- and quad-core Core i3, i5 and i7 processors running at clock speeds between 2GHz and 2.7GHz.
The ThinkPad T420 and T420S are priced at $ 1,029 and $ 1,399, respectively. The T520 comes with a 15.6″ screen and is priced starting at $ 999. The laptops will support up to 8GB of RAM, and up to 320GB of hard drive storage.
The ThinkPad W520, which includes a 15″ screen, is priced starting at $ 1,529. The desktop replacement laptop weighs 5.95 pounds (2.7 kilograms), and supports up 32GB of memory. The laptop includes USB 3.0 ports and multiple storage options.
The new lineup also includes the L420 and L520 laptops, which are priced starting at $ 899.
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Full procedure – absolutely FREE. This out of the box solution will correct the polarity reversal of the Ni-CD or Ni-MH cells that prevent the battery pack from accepting a charge. I got this trick from a Prof at a University a long time ago and have always shared it freely. As with most knowledge, this fix is all over the net now … as it should be. However, please beware, there are some who want to charge you money for a guide to fix your charging troubles. Guess what? The “guide” is based on this very same hack. Personally, I think it unscrupulous when anyone tries and capitalize on an idea that isn’t even theirs! All information should be available to whomever wants it … and it should always be free!
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Hp Laptop Battery Life
Nowadays, laptop computers play a very important role in our lives. We use them daily, all day long because of the work that we have to do. With their help, we are able to finish much faster our projects and more efficient. Such a device offers its user many advantages. One of the biggest is the portability factor. Being so small and lightweight, a laptop computer can be carried everywhere by its user. Being able to carry your computer everywhere you go is a great thing because you know that at every moment you can access different files and documents that you have to read or edit.
On the market we can find many types of laptop computers from all the manufacturers in the world. There are many companies that are known all over the world for their great products that are sold in every electronic store. One of the most famous laptop manufacturers is HP.
HP is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation that produces desktops, notebooks, servers, netbooks, peripherals, digital products, electronic devices and components and home appliances. It was founded in 1939 and its headquarter is situated in Minato, Tokyo, Japan. In 2009, they managed to have a revenue of over 6.000 billion yens.
Their laptop computers are bought by many people worldwide because of their great specifications and built quality. Many users are very pleased with their HP product and say that its hardware is great and so is the built quality. The battery is also highly appreciated by many users.
The HP laptop battery is a 6 cell Li-Ion battery such as Hp Pavilion dv2000 battery(Hp dv2000 battery), Hp pavilion dv6000 battery.
This means that it offers the device a good period of time that doesn’t require to be recharged. Without such a battery, a laptop wouldn’t be so popular and bought. The battery practically gives the device life and offers its user to work on it everywhere as long is the battery full. Most laptop computers have a life time of 2 or 3 hours depending on the program they run on. There are many laptop computers that gives the user the possibility to choose a program to run on. These programs are very different and every program can save a certain period of time in the batteries life. We generally find three programs that we have to chose from: high performance, balanced and power saver. The HP laptop battery has a different lifetime depending on those programs. The most recommended to use is the balanced program because you manage to have a longer time of using the laptop without recharging and you also have a good performance.
All in all, the HP laptop battery plays a very important role in the laptops life and on it depends the lifetime of the device.
by Uwe Hermann
Doubling Laptop Battery Life
Anyone who uses a laptop on an airplane would love a single battery to last through a trans-American flight. Now researchers at Intel believe that they can double a laptop’s battery life without changing the battery itself. Instead, they would optimize power management–system wide–of the operating system, screen, mouse, chips inside the motherboard, and devices attached to USB ports.
To be sure, manufacturers and researchers have been exploring piecemeal ways to make portable computers more energy efficient. Operating systems are designed to deploy power-saving screen savers and put an entire system to sleep if its owner hasn’t used it after a while. And Intel’s forthcoming Atom, a microprocessor for mobile Internet devices, can be put to sleep at up to six different levels, depending on the types of tasks that it needs to do.
But the problem with these approaches is that they’re not coordinated across the entire device.
Intel’s prototype power-management system is aware of the power that’s used by all parts of a laptop, as well as the power requirements of a person’s activity, and it shuts down operations accordingly, says Greg Allison, business development manager. The project, called advanced platform power management, was demonstrated on Wednesday at an Intel event in Mountain View, CA.
Allison gives this example: today, when a person reads a static e-mail, the screen still refreshes 60 times a second, and peripherals such as the keyboard, mouse, and USB devices drain laptop battery power such as dell Inspiron E1705 battery and Compaq Presario NX9010 battery while awaiting instructions.
“We’re burning energy even when we don’t need to,” Allison says. In this situation, Intel’s system would save power by essentially taking a snapshot of the screen that a person is reading and saving it to a buffer memory. So instead of refreshing, the screen would maintain an image until a person tapped a button on the keyboard or moved the mouse (the keyboard and mouse would also stay asleep until activated).
All the while, the operating system will be monitoring use of other applications, restricting operations to those that aren’t being actively used. And if there are any devices plugged into a USB port, such as a flash-memory stick, the system would put them to sleep. At the same time, explains Allison, energy-monitoring circuits on Intel chips will put unnecessary parts of the microprocessor to sleep. It takes 50 milliseconds for the entire system to spring to life, he says, a length of time imperceptible to the user.
Intel isn’t the first to think of the idea of integrating power-saving technology throughout a device. One Laptop per Child (OLPC), the nonprofit that builds inexpensive, rugged laptops meant for children in the developing world, set the standard with a gadget that consumes one-tenth of the power of a conventional laptop. Granted, OLPC’s laptop doesn’t have the capabilities of consumer machines, but it does show what is technically achievable.
There are definitely advantages to this systemic approach, says Seth Sanders, a professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the University of California, Berkeley. “Comprehensively looking through the system at all of the different pieces that are cycling unnecessarily provides an opportunity [for power savings],” he says.
Allison says that the company is already talking with operating-system vendors to explore what it would take to integrate this approach into software. And as a major contributor to the new USB 3.0 standards, Intel will have some say in how much power forthcoming USB devices will use. In addition, Allison says, the company is trying to secure deals with display and hardware vendors. “This won’t happen in the next three years,” he says. But he suspects that pieces of the new power-management system will find their way into laptops within five years.