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What is a high power battery?

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High rate battery refers to the discharge rate can fully meet the pulse 100C, 60C continuous, widely used in large current discharge and other unique places. More suitable for unmanned aircraft, model aircraft, power tools accessories and other high-power goods.

Multiplier battery usually refers to lithium battery. Lithium-ion battery is a kind of battery with high charging rate. It mainly relies on the movement of lithium ions between the positive electrode and the negative electrode to work. In the process of charging and discharging, Li+ is embedded and deembedded back and forth between the two electrodes. When the battery is charged, Li+ is removed from the positive electrode and embedded into the negative electrode through the electrolyte. The negative electrode is in the state of rich lithium. The opposite is true with discharge. A battery usually uses a material containing lithium as its electrode. It is the representative of modern high function battery. Lithium battery is divided into high rate battery and lithium ion battery. Lithium-ion batteries, commonly known as high-power batteries, are now used in mobile phones and laptops, but the real high-power batteries are rarely used in everyday electronics because they are dangerous.