Auto Stop Charging Feature, and how to extend your battery life
Nowadays, the auto-stop charging function is one of the key factors that help users decide whether or not to buy an electronic device. Perhaps for that reason, many tech companies are starting to implement this technology. If you are wondering why this technology is so amazing, we’ll walk you through this auto-stop charging function.
Why do we need to auto-stop charging once the device is fully charged?
In the past, our only concern was to efficiently provide enough energy to power our electronic devices. Recently, another demand arose after the problems to efficient-charging have been addressed.
Is it necessary to auto-stop charging when full?
We won’t be able to know how important this feature is until encountering these “minor incidents”, such as:
+ Overheating from charging too long.
+ Rising electricity bills for leaving the devices charged.
+ Worn out the battery.
+ Energy over-consumption can destroy the environment.
We should not underestimate these situations because, over time, they will become a significant problem. Additionally, with the use of any electronics, explosions are a potential hazard, particularly with fake and defective goods on the market.
On a macro level, none of us wants to spend a fortune of electricity or wastes human resources in vain.
According to a 2012 study by the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (USA), a charger in standby consumes an average of 0.26 watts, this figure increases to 3.68 watts when the charger is connected to the phone and reduces to 2.24 watts when the battery is full. The study also shows that, if all smartphone users in the UK unplug their charger after fully charging it will save enough power for a town to use.
The Energy Saving Trust (EST) also says UK households can save £ 50-80 million a year by unplugging all unused electrical equipment at night, including charging phones, microwaves, televisions and routers.
Understanding that, HiQ has researched and developed OneBattery, preparing to launch next month. A modern set of charging hub and power banks supports auto stop charging.
The name says it all, this feature is literally your power bank doctor.
According to the Battery University study, it is better not to fully charge the battery. Similar to your tense muscles after a heavy exercise, the high voltage stresses the battery. Did you know that technology products should only be charged to 80% because it’s the best capacity to extend battery life?
With Battery Doctor, you can:
+ Get tips on how to charge properly to keep your battery healthy.
+ Actively choose charging mode to protect your power bank. Battery Doctor has 3 modes: For extended trips, 100% charged power bank is definitely handy. Battery Doctor will advise you to charge to 90% for shorter trips. However, if it’s regularly used, 80% is the ideal capacity to protect the battery.
+ In addition, you can set the charging capacity according to your preferences.
+ Are you using too much, or maybe wasting energy? Battery Doctor can help you monitor battery status and temperature. Thus, protect your device from overload current, or battery worn-out.
The innovative feature that many products have not yet applied, now available in OneBattery. The product is researching and developing by HiQ is about to be released next month.
The OneBattery charging station is one of the most advanced products coming soon with dozens of features:
-Capable of charging 10 devices simultaneously.
-The charging station can charge your devices wired and wirelessly.
-PD fast charging will be your saviour when you have little time but need a fully charged battery.
With OneBattery, nothing is impossible.
HiQ believes OneBattery will solve your charging problems. We present you a charging solution that is safer, smarter , and better in every way. It’s all thanks to the two amazing features: auto stop charging when the battery is full and Battery Doctor.
OneBattery- charging hub and power banks are the latest inventions from HiQ. Not only can it charge your electronic devices, but OneBattery can also charge multiple devices, charge fast and charge intelligently.
Coming soon to the market, the device also supports the latest charging technology P.D, Q.C and Wireless, HDMI 4K and data backup.
Coming soon to the market, we’re releasing a family-friendly duo that has built-in auto-stop charging function.
Stay tuned for more information.
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