A rechargeable battery is a battery that consists of multiple, rechargeable cells. But how does this principle work? Moreover, what are the differences between various rechargeable battery technologies? You will find the answers to these questions here.
During charging, electrical energy is input into the battery. The energy input starts a chemical process.
Connecting a device (load) discharges the battery again. During discharge, the chemical process takes place in reverse and the stored energy is released again in the form of electrical energy.
The significance of the lithium-ion technology used by STIHL and others continues to grow. This is because of the higher efficiency of the cell and the advantage that no memory effect occurs with this battery.