Is the one-way charging on the roadside fast enough for 10 minutes?
Damage to the battery is large, and will result in insufficient battery storage in the later stage?
As an urban mobility tool, electric bicycles are light and flexible.
There are quite a market. But what if the electric car riding on the road suddenly loses power? The roadside is charged for 10 minutes. The mobile fast charging station is very popular among the public.
However, some people have questioned that the method of fast charging has a high voltage and the current assembly damages the battery, resulting in insufficient battery storage in the later stage.
So, is the saying that "electric vehicle fast charging and injuring the battery" is true? Actual fast charging is very harmful to the battery. It has a great impact on the life and performance of the battery. The charging process is a process of producing lead oxide and sulfuric acid from sulfur lead and water, and rapid charging causes the battery to lose water and dry. At the same time, a large amount of heat is generated, a large amount of hydrogen and oxygen are generated, the internal air pressure becomes high, and the plastic shell becomes soft because of a large amount of production. Frequently charging quickly or using unqualified chargers, aging chargers can also easily charge the battery, deform, greatly affect the performance of the battery, and even scrap.
Fast charging is done by high-voltage, high-current pulse charging, so the plate is softened to accelerate the polarization of the plate. There is also the possibility of shorting the internals of the battery. Therefore, the lead-acid battery still needs to use the charger produced by the original manufacturer or the reliable charging station.