What issues should be paid attention to when charging new energy vehicles? Some car owners will ask, what should be paid attention to when charging new energy vehicles? Will not cause damage to the battery, Max Power new energy charger will come to talk to you, the little knowledge you need to know when charging new energy vehicles
Regardless of whether it is a new car or a new energy vehicle that has been used for a period of time, you basically have to master the charging time. If you choose slow charging, you can fully charge it in about 8 hours, and if you choose fast charging, it will take 1 hour. It can be equipped with a home charging pile, so that you can choose to charge slowly at home after get off work, without taking up your personal time. However, charging new energy vehicles is not as simple as plugging and unplugging mobile phones. Mastering the correct charging method can not only prolong battery life but also avoid accidents.
Protect the charger. When charging a new energy vehicle, read the instruction manual of the charger carefully. During the charging process, keep the charger ventilated, otherwise, it will affect the life of the charger and cause damage to the battery.
1. Avoid heating the plug when charging. Although the current new energy vehicles use new high-temperature-resistant special materials on the charging interface, they have a good heat dissipation effect and greatly reduce the heat generated by the charging interface. However, external environmental factors such as unstable current will cause the plug to heat up, and if the heating time is too long, the plug will be short-circuited or poorly connected, which will damage the charger and battery and cause unnecessary losses. When the above situation is found, the plug-in should be replaced in time.
2. It is strictly forbidden to lose power during storage. The depleted state means that the battery is not charged in time after use. If the battery is stored in the depleted state, it is easy to be sulphated, and lead sulfate crystals adhere to the plate, which will block the ion channel, resulting in insufficient charging and a decrease in battery capacity. Although the battery pack is designed with a protection system, if you often drive the car to the "red light" situation, it will definitely affect the life of the battery pack.
3. Turn off the power supply in the car when charging. When charging your car, be sure to turn off electrical equipment, such as stereos and air conditioners. Because the power consumption while charging will accelerate the loss of the battery and cause the battery to heat up, and even spontaneous combustion. Fuel vehicles will also turn off the engine when refueling at the gas station, and the same is true for charging. Develop a good habit and take a break when charging to recharge your batteries and prepare for the next journey.
4. Charging in rainy days. Many car owners worry that rainwater will seep into the battery during driving or charging, causing leakage. In fact, the state strictly controls the waterproof performance of charging piles, charging gun sockets and other components to avoid accidents such as leakage during charging. As far as the electric vehicle itself is concerned, the on-board power batteries are all waterproof, and the charging ports are all designed with insulating seals. Therefore, it is possible to charge electric vehicles in rainy days, but during the charging operation, ensure that the charging port and charging gun are in a dry state, and keep your hands dry when plugging and unplugging the electric gun and closing the vehicle charging cover. In case of severe weather such as thunderstorms or typhoons, try not to choose outdoor charging, focusing on personal safety.
As the power source of the car, the car battery is the heart of the car, providing a steady stream of driving force for the car. Therefore, car owners must pay attention to the details of daily charging, to maximize the life of electric vehicles, to drive for a few more years and to avoid some car failures and safety issues.