liveforphysics wrote:Not all LiPo is sensitive to physical abuse. BMSBattery just happens to make some of the most dangerous LiPo cells I've ever tested. They are as dangerous as original Generation 1 RC LiPo from early 2000.
Here is a modern 20Ah LiPo cell charged to 4.15v, but that got the outer bulk of the tab ripped off from some rough handling, so we decided to do strike it until it would ignite. We were all disappointed. Even an A123 cell smokes and sometimes flames up if you pound it like this. NMC LiPo just lays there and does nothing no matter what you to do it. It also handles >10v overcharge and just sits there taking it.
But sadly, you guy's cant get your hands on these unless you're buying in the 10's of millions of dollars per order, and have an approved pack design by the company that passes all the exhausting safety requirements.
whatever wrote:a couple of cell log units from hobby king might have saved you alot of money
you can see graph of each cells voltage, if anything weird going on you know about
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