Wie Sie mit Chargie die Batterie jedes Geräts zukunftssicher machen (nicht nur Smartphones)

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Oh, diese Batterie!

Abgesehen von unseren Telefonen haben die meisten von uns eine Vielzahl von batteriebetriebenen Geräten herumliegen... die zwar nicht wirklich Batterie verbrauchen, aber ständig angeschlossen sind.

Nach einiger Zeit hat der Bluetooth-Lautsprecher, das Smart-Radio, die Smart-Uhr, die Drohne, das LEGO-Batteriepaket Ihrer Kinder oder sogar die Taschenlampe nicht mehr die gleiche Batterie wie im Neuzustand. Das liegt daran, dass sie sehr oft an die Steckdose angeschlossen waren. Das ist wirklich schade, denn so sollte es nicht sein - man sollte sie einfach einstecken und sie sollten gesund bleiben, da man sich nicht darum kümmern muss, wann man jedes einzelne Gerät, das man zu Hause hat, ausstecken muss.

Chargie’s autonomous charging limiter to the rescue

If you read Chargie’s description, you already know what it does – it saves phone batteries. But few people know that since December 2020, Chargie does more than that.

Let me explain what and how:

Introducing Chargie’s Hardware Limiter

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Chargie’s hardware limiter, or CHL, is a function of a physical Chargie device that works autonomously, without needing a connected Chargie app. It measures charging power all the time for you and, when it reaches your set custom threshold, it cuts off power.

Why does it do that?

While your batteries are charged to 100% or 4.2 volts, the voltage difference between the charger and the battery drops, and the current flow becomes lower with each minute. It’s a natural phenomenon, if you like. Like Elon Musk said once, charging a battery is like trying to fill a water bottle – when approaching its capacity, you have to reduce the flow.

Chargie uses that to do charge limiting on any battery. Your Chargie device analyzes power constantly, makes an average over the last few seconds, and sees when the charging current drops below a limit that you set in the app (and that gets written to Chargie’s internal flash memory, in order to be app-independent). It then cuts off charging and waits for the battery to discharge. You will also set the discharge waiting time.

And that’s it. You can now set the threshold to some 1W and charge your radio, Bluetooth speaker, smartwatch or whatever device you have through Chargie. Some of them are not smart devices, others are. Chargie simply doesn’t know or care – it just does the job of keeping that battery healthy for years to come.

A speaker isn’t a mobile phone, and it shouldn’t have its battery swelling or degrading after a while. You can use your speaker for 10 or 20 years without any other issue than its battery. And battery shouldn’t be an issue any longer if you use a Chargie.

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Older phone or GPS?

There are people who still use older non-smart phones, or GPS devices. For all of them, continuous charging or keeping them on the car’s dash in the sun, battery swelling is an issue. A very dangerous issue, if you keep using them like that. There have been cases of fires and explosions.

Chargie’s autonomous charging limiter does away with all of that. By keeping them charged to around 50%, batteries will most likely not swell and they surely won’t explode.

So, do your pocket and the environment a favor. Buy a Chargie for each and every one of your devices, while stock lasts:

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Use the “summer21” coupon for a 5% discount.

Cheers!

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