Acer Aspire V3-571G battery replacement

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Coer
Coer Member Posts: 5 New User
edited November 2023 in 2018 Archives

Hello,

 

I am in need to change my Acer Aspire V3-571G laptop's battery. There are 10.8V, 4400mAh / 48Wh parameters on original battery and I want to replace with battery having 11.1V, 4400mAh / 49Wh parameters. Will I have any issues with new battery? Is it safe for my laptop? Will it do any damage to my laptop?

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  • laurent_14
    laurent_14 ACE Posts: 10,179 Trailblazer
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    Hello,

     

    For information, here are the part numbers of the original batteries:

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    BT.00603.124BATTERY.LI-ION.6C.4K4mAh (Sanyo)
    BT.00604.049BATTERY.LI-ION.6C.4K4mAH (Sony)
    BT.00605.072BATTERY.LI-ION.6C.4K4mAH (Panasonic)
    BT.00607.126BATTERY.LI-ION.6C.4K4mAH (LG Chemical)
    BT.00607.127BATTERY.LI-ION.6C.4K4mAH (LG Chemical)
    BT.00607.136BATTERY.LI-ION.6C.4K4mAH (LG Chemical)
    BT.00607.137BATTERY.LI-ION.6C.4K4.mAH (LG Chemical)
    BT.0060G.001BATTERY.LI-ION.6C.4K4mAH (LG Chemical)
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  • Coer
    Coer Member Posts: 5 New User
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    I can not find my battery here. Also provided information not very helpful. My battery model AS10D81

  • laurent_14
    laurent_14 ACE Posts: 10,179 Trailblazer
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    What are the first ten characters located under the barcode of the original battery?

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  • Coer
    Coer Member Posts: 5 New User
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    BT0060G001

  • laurent_14
    laurent_14 ACE Posts: 10,179 Trailblazer
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    So it is the last one in my list:

    FYI, BT0060G001... is BT.0060G.001 (P/N). You could contact one of the service centers and request a quote for a new battery.

    France
  • Coer
    Coer Member Posts: 5 New User
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    But that is not what I asked for. My main question is, is there any difference between 10.8V, 4400mAh / 48Wh battery and 11.1V, 4400mAh / 49Wh battery? 

  • sharky25k
    sharky25k Member Posts: 473 Skilled Practitioner WiFi Icon
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    Hi,

     

    I think it's obvious that there is a difference no? I mean it's a voltage difference, and I am not sure if the voltage regulators which are on the computer will be happy even with slightly higher voltages. You can ask an electric engineer, but I think it could be an issue. Why you don't stick with the original battery type?

  • Coer
    Coer Member Posts: 5 New User
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    Hi sharky25k,

     

    I am just considering the possibility of buying slightly different battery, I haven't bought it yet. Original battery is more expensive than viewed type. I guess I should buy original battery because I don't want any problems or issues to my laptop in the future.

  • sharky25k
    sharky25k Member Posts: 473 Skilled Practitioner WiFi Icon
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    I can understand the issue and I don't say that you should buy the original one but the voltage difference is there.

     

    While most of the batteries go above the stated voltage when they are fully charged (EG: mine is rated 11.4 V at full charge is 12.7 V) and you can argue that due to this reason a slightly higher voltage would not cause any issue, I cannot be sure of this. What would be the full charge voltage of the original battery and the other one? Would your system still be able to handle it?

     

    I think to this question just an electrical engineer can answer to you, or somebody who tried out this situation personally.

  • Govindzha65
    Govindzha65 Member Posts: 1 New User
    edited February 2018
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    Hi,
    I am in need to change my Acer Aspire V3-471 laptop's battery.May I get the link for original battery for my laptop?I want to buy new battery.