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Lithium Battery care #13620229 07/06/20 01:03 AM
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How do I maintain lithium batteries for maximum life? Keep them charged up all of the time or let them go down? I don't use them often at all. Does it hurt to use 12 volt tools with 18 volt batteries occasionally?


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Re: Lithium Battery care [Re: deucer02] #13620424 07/06/20 04:02 AM
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Do not let Lithium batteries shelf-discharge to a low level. Lithium technology happens to be good at holding charge a long time sitting on the shelf, but they do need to be charged occasionally. If I haven't been doing projects that prompt me to charge them, I cycle each battery on the charger every 6-8 weeks.

I would not use an 18V battery on a 12V tool. You're asking to fry the tool if the regulator can't handle it.

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