Modern batteries will not overcharge at 100%. Now, drained doesn't mean 0%, it basically means any time the battery level has been decreased from 100% and then charge from there. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
Usually after a year. Some of these tools have wearing level rate there. † The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of HP. Congratulations. Most laptops shut down at 10% or 5%. Do these numbers tell the actual life of the battery?
Thank you for the update, cycle count is likely calculated as how many full discharge/recharges occurred. Hopefully these will add to your understanding of the battery, its cycle count, and its condition. Yes the battery will still work...but that is the expected cycle count for the battery's life in terms of time of discharge from 100% to 0% if that happens to be 4 or 5 hours then after 300 that would drop half or full hour or not at all depending how well you took care of battery, charged and allowed for … Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
04:18 AM, First of all, thanks guys for all the replies Ok so the cycle count is nothing more then the number of times I've charged this battery and the (expected) maximum times I can charge this battery is 300.So that means I've got around 75 charges left before it will fail (if I get it right)..Strange, because I've been searching on google (while awaiting your replies ) and on the Apple website it says that the batteries inside the Macbook (Pro/Air) are supposed to be able to go through 1000 cycles before they fail (one cycle on their website is defined as a charge from 0% to 100%, so for example 2x charging a 50% battery would be one cycle), source: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1519, My battery is now 1 1/2 years in use (though HPSA says its 753 days old) and so far I've noticed a decrease in battery life of about 1/2 hour (used to reach 4:45h now around 4:15h), And according to BatteryBar the current capacity is 54000 (compared to the original 59000), So as far as I can see it all looks good for a battery of this age. When the cycle count is exceeds 300 , will the battery work ? That would mean that is isn't covered anymore. Li-Ion batteries in general can last about 500-800 full cycles. I'll be glad to help you. All the little discharge/recharges add up, and you can't do much about it. Li-Ion batteries in general can last about 500-800 full cycles. )Awesome to see that HP employees help costumers in their free time. I just ran the Battery Check from the HP support assistant.
If you're having an issue with the battery I suggest you call HP@ 09002020165 before the warranty doesn't cover that part on the notebook. 09:23 AM If a battery is discharged only half way, then charged back up half way, that's considered .5 cycles. Draining a LIon battery to near 0% is not good for the battery, but it's hardly fatal either.
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