Electric tricycle battery prevents overcharging and short circuit
The over-discharge has been described above, but over-charge also has an impact. It will increase the water loss of the battery, accelerate the corrosion of the grid, and the active material will soften, which will increase the probability of battery deformation. Overcharge should be avoided as much as possible; the parameters of the charger should be well matched with the battery, and the operating conditions of the battery in the high temperature season and the changes during the entire service life should be fully understood. Do not place the battery in an overheated environment during use, especially away from heat sources when charging. After the battery is heated, cooling measures should be taken, and the battery can be charged only when the temperature of the battery returns to normal. The installation position of the battery should be as good as possible to ensure good heat dissipation. If overheating is found, the charging should be stopped, and the charger and the battery should be checked. When the battery discharge depth is shallow or the ambient temperature is high, the charging time should be shortened. When the battery is in a short-circuit state, its short-circuit current can reach hundreds of amperes. The stronger the short-circuit contact, the greater the short-circuit current, so all connections will generate a lot of heat, and the greater the heat in the weak link will melt the connection and cause a short-circuit phenomenon. The battery may locally produce explosive gas (or the explosive gas accumulated during charging), and sparks are generated when the connection is fused, which will cause the battery to explode; if the battery is short-circuited for a short time or the current is not particularly large; it may not cause the connection There will be fusing phenomenon, but the short circuit will still cause overheating. Now, it will damage the adhesive around the connecting strip, leaving it with hidden dangers such as liquid leakage. Therefore, the battery must not have a short circuit. Be careful when installing or using it. All tools should be insulated. When connecting, you should first connect electrical appliances other than the battery. After inspection, there is no short circuit. Finally, connect the battery. This is not standard. It should be well insulated to prevent rupture caused by overlapping pressure.