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lithium battery charging safety box

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flyless12/01/2017 13:45:31
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Bob Burton12/01/2017 14:16:08
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Also available from HobbyKing, but it looks childish from any source.

I also find it ironic that the HK product page for this items advises that batteries should not be left unattended whilst charging, when the box is clearly designed to make leaving them unattended safer

 

Edited By Bob Burton on 12/01/2017 14:20:29

Geoff Jackson12/01/2017 16:55:47
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Might be bulkier but I'll stick with an ex Army ammo box that cost £10!

Chuck Plains15/06/2017 16:00:02
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I'm not convinced by that video to be honest. The concept needs to be proven on video. In other words, let's see a deliberate thermal runaway in the Bat-Safe, Batman!!

Ray Farrimond15/06/2017 16:16:47
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I have a concrete building block that has 3 slots in it that go part way through. One battery goes in each slot and I put a bag of sand on top. If a battery should go on fire the plastic bag will melt and fill the slot with sand. Got this off the Flight Test You Tube channel. Block cost £0.79 and the bag of sand £1.49 from local hardwear shop.

Ray

Nigel R16/06/2017 08:23:08
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Ray, that's genius.

Broken Prop16/06/2017 08:27:41
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thumbs upidea

Frank Skilbeck16/06/2017 08:29:52
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Posted by Chuck Plains on 15/06/2017 16:00:02:

I'm not convinced by that video to be honest. The concept needs to be proven on video. In other words, let's see a deliberate thermal runaway in the Bat-Safe, Batman!!

Here you go video

The Wright Stuff16/06/2017 14:06:20
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Posted by Bob Burton on 12/01/2017 14:16:08:

I also find it ironic that the HK product page for this items advises that batteries should not be left unattended whilst charging, when the box is clearly designed to make leaving them unattended safer

I guess that's the difference between 'should not' and 'must not'...

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