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Testing batteries without burning down house
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(01-24-2020, 11:20 AM)Bubba Wrote: If you use a reliable IR tester (4-wire) such as YR1035+ you could catch many of the cells that would be heaters before you put them in your charger.

Don't most chargers test internal resistance? I know for a fact that my Zanflare C4 checks capacity. It's pretty simple to test.
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#12
Many chargers test internal resistance, but few are accurate.
There have been a few discussions on the merits of different chargers concerning internal resistance tests and a few videos
Later floyd
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#13
(01-23-2020, 06:47 PM)base2 Wrote:
(01-23-2020, 06:15 PM)daromer Wrote: Put them in an area where it doesnt matter if a cell blows up. Its the same as any electronics having batteries. You should not charge any battery unattenden.... Especially if you are worried.

On that note i test 24/7 but not in my house. Thats just how i make it safe. I do the test in a building where noone sleeps.

Is there a tester that has temperature monitoring in-place to protect against overheating? Has anyone ever had a situation where the battery exploded while using a LiitoKala Lii-500?
yes 
Megacellcharger 
its still in production stage but it stops charging if the cell becomes hot
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(01-24-2020, 11:54 PM)Chablism Wrote: One thing I have been considering is to get an outdoor grill that I put in the garage.

If a cell goes nuclear inside the grill, the grill would keep the thermal event contained
Then chuck a steak on.
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