Laptop battery: Ni-MH 9.6 V vs Li-Ion 14.8 V?


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Hello, Habr!

I have an old laptop (Packard Bell C3300) with an almost dead battery. The battery marking PC-VP-WP59/OP-570-76702.

Dismantled — 8 items SANYO, googled, looked at the eBay prices — it's cheaper to get a new battery.

I found out that this laptop battery fit Dell Inspiron 1200/2200. They, like Packard Bell used battery Ni-MH 9.6 V, and the eBay sellers sell Li-Ion 14.8 V, and write that they are compatible.

Question: is it true? The difference of 5 volts is no joke. Can there be problems with the charger? Can any battery of the laptop is to kill?
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No, not suitable. Have a Nickel-metal hydride and lithium batteries are fundamentally different algorithms of charging that is not only soft, but and the electronics inside the laptop. Different voltage of battery — a secondary factor.
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As a variant: to disassemble a different battery with similar items Sanyo inside and replace them.
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One of the four Chinese of ebey replied laconically: "It works". Well, let's try.
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In the manual for Dell 2200 says that he can work with Ni-MH batteries and Li-ion. Laptops are very similar, I hope that I too can work with two types of batteries.
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Do not forget about the benefits of Li-ion before Ni-MH. Last the batteries require a full charge cycle, while Li-ion have no "memory effect".
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