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Battery for Toshiba Satellite PA3817U-1BRS C650 C655 C660 C670 L750 L770 M800 UK

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6 Cell Laptop Battery for TA. Battery type:Replacement Battery. M800 M800 -11J M800-101 M800-105 M800-106 M800-107 M800-10A M800-10C M800-10D M800-10N M800-10V M800-10W M800-113 M800-116 M800-11B M800...
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About Toshiba Battery PA3817U-1BRS

Purchasing a Toshiba Battery Pa3817U 1Brs can allow you to have either a replacement or a spare battery for your laptop. This particular battery is designed to work with many models in the Toshiba L700 series, but it is important to cross check your particular model?s compatibility in order to ensure the best possible performance. The battery comprises of 6 individual cells, which combine to provide a capacity of 5200MAH. The voltage is 10.8V, though this model is compatible with those laptops which require 11.1V. If purchased new, most sellers advertise the battery as being supplied with a one year warranty. Lithium-ion batteries, such as the Pa3817U 1Brs used in Toshiba laptops, supply power by moving lithium ions from the negative electrode to its positive counterpart. They do this by employing a selection of chemicals, chiefly lithium, in order to supply a steady power discharge throughout the product?s charge cycle. The manner in which batteries are constructed leads manufacturers to suggest that users do not attempt to open the product or attempt to repair it in any way. Li-ion batteries employ corrosive chemicals in order to provide the most efficient power supply possible. However, any type of contact with these chemicals can be harmful. If you have a broken battery, dedicated battery disposal sites can properly recycle the materials involved. If you are planning on storing the battery for any length of time, it is recommended that you place the product in a cool, dry environment, occasionally putting the battery through a full charging cycle to maintain maximum efficiency.