What Is A Discharge Platform?
The discharge platform of Ni-MH rechargeable batteries usually refers to the voltage range of the relatively stable working voltage when the battery is discharged under a certain discharge system. Its value is related to the discharge current. The larger the current, the lower the value.
The discharge platform of lithium-ion batteries is generally to stop charging when the voltage is 4.2V and the current is less than 0.01C at a constant voltage. Then leave it for 10 minutes, and discharge to 3.6V at any rate of discharge current. It is an important criterion to measure the quality of batteries.