Lithium iron phosphate battery has no memory effect
Rechargeable batteries work under conditions that are often not fully discharged, and the capacity will quickly fall below the rated capacity. This phenomenon is called the memory effect. Like nickel-metal hydride and nickel-cadmium batteries, there is memory, and lithium iron phosphate batteries do not have this phenomenon. No matter what state the battery is in, it can be used with charging, without having to discharge and recharge.