What are charging cycles?
A charging cycle takes place when the battery power is fully used.
If you run your battery completely empty and you charge it to 100%? Then you have a charging cycle.
For example, if you use a quarter of your Van Raam battery and then charge it to 100% and the next day you use 75% of the battery and then recharge it to 100%. This is then a charge cycle, since a total of 25%+75%=100% of power has been used.
Examples to illustrate a charging cycle
Is your battery completely empty and you charge it to 100%? Then you have completed a charging cycle.
Is your battery half full and you are charging it completely? Then you have completed a half charging cycle.
Is your battery 75% full and you charge it completely? This is a quarter of a charging cycle. If this situation occurs four times, then you have completed one charging cycle.