What is the self-discharge rate of a battery?

Release Time:

Jul 28,2022

After the battery is charged, the phenomenon that the capacity decreases by itself during storage is called self-discharge, also known as the charge retention ability, which refers to the ability of the battery to maintain the amount of electricity stored under certain conditions when the battery is open.

After the battery is charged, the phenomenon that the capacity decreases by itself during storage is called self-discharge, also known as the charge retention ability, which refers to the ability of the battery to maintain the amount of electricity stored under certain conditions when the battery is open.

Measuring the percentage of battery self-discharge to the total capacity over a certain period of time is called “self-discharge rate”.

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