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    Lillian G. Kimber
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    The history of people putting batteries in the freezer dates back to the early 1900s. During that time, batteries were made of carbon-zinc and had a tendency to leak if not used for awhile. In order to prevent this leakage from damaging equipment, people would store their batteries in the freezer.

    As technology advanced, so did battery materials and construction. However, with the rise of rechargeable batteries came another reason why some people still put their batteries in the freezer. This is because rechargeable batteries have a higher self-discharge rate than non-rechargeable ones. Lifepo4 batteries in parallel

    This means that when not being used, they lose charge faster over time. By storing them in a cool place like a freezer or refrigerator, it can slow down this discharge process and extend their lifespan.

    Despite these reasons for putting batteries in the freezer, many experts caution against it due to potential damage caused by condensation when removing them from such a cold environment. Instead, proper storage at room temperature with low humidity is recommended for optimal battery performance and longevity. Looking for a reliable supplier of high-quality power storage walls? Look no further than our trusted supplier in China. With a reputation for excellence and a commitment to customer satisfaction, we offer a range of power storage walls that are designed to meet your needs and exceed your expectations.

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