At present, Li-ion seems a craze no matter in daily life or military use. Where should I use a Ni-Mh battery? Actually, Ni-MH was once pioneering the rechargeable battery world. Let's see why Ni-MH still takes a position in the market.
Pros of Ni-MH:
Large discharge current;
High energy density;
Impressive tolerance to complete discharge
Cons of Ni-MH:
High self discharge rate;
Low voltage output;
Few resistance to extreme temperatures;
Long charging time.
Pros of Li-ion:
High specific energy;
High voltage output;
Low self-discharge rate;
Variety of types available;
More potentials to be explored.
Cons of Li-ion:
Susceptibility to overcharge or over-discharge;
High cost because of need for a protective circuitry;
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