Lithium-ion versus NiMH

NiMH-batteries (Nickel Metal Hydride batteries) have certain drawbacks when compared to lithium-ion batteries. One drawback is the need for NiMH-batteries to be discharged once every two months. Li-ion batteries have several advantages over NiMH batteries. They demand no maintenance, suffer from no memory effect, undergo less self-discharge, and are marginally more compact due to their superior energy density. It’s worth mentioning that Li-ion batteries are more susceptible to heat.

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