What Is Pulse Charging and Its Impact on Battery Performance?
Pulse charging generally uses the method of charging and discharging, that is, charging for 5 seconds and then releasing for 1 second. So most of the oxygen generated during the charging process will be reduced to electrolyte under the discharge pulse. And that limits the amount of internal electrolyte vaporization. Besides, for those old batteries that have been heavily polarized, they will gradually recover or approach the original capacity after 5-10 times of charging and discharging using this charging method.