Due to its small volume and multifunctional usabilities, this 65W and 3.34 Amps dell AC adapter DF261 DF263 for inspiron latitude is endeared to many customers and is showing much promise of being widely accepted by more people and the whole battery market. But for many users who are buying or changing the battery, its cells seem to be unfamiliar to them. So it needs to be first of all pointed out that there is a great difference between the cells and the battery itself. Generally speaking, the battery is made up of an association of several cylindrical objects which are a little bigger than a combination of a number of thumbs, whose height is about seven or eight centimeters, and whose electric voltage is 3.6V. A professional way of calling the battery is to refer to it as 18650, which suggests that the battery comes directly from the largest manufacturer. Its cells, like those of every minor battery, can appear as the complete battery itself as we have seen by way of combination of its series connection.
It seems, nevertheless, that how to judge the number of cells there are within the 65W and 3.34 Amps dell AC adapter DF261 DF263 for inspiron latitude still remains a question. One of the practical ways to check its cells is to pull out the battery to examine its touch points, the number of which directly indicates the number of cells it has. Another method is to see what labeled voltage the battery has. For example, if the battery has a electric voltage of 14.4V, then that proves that its series connection is based on the amalgamation of possibly four individual batteries.