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Old 11-07-18, 08:44 PM
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Charging Battery in a Pack?

I just bought a 52v might mini cube battery from lunacycle. The free bag that it came with is total garbage. You know how when you buy an electronic item, says, like a graphics card, it comes in a soft Styrofoam like container? I cut a box out of it and wrapped it around the battery and used electric tape all around it as well. So here is my question, when charging a battery is it ok to leave it in the pack I made or am I supposed to take it out so that the battery is not in anything?
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Old 11-07-18, 08:54 PM
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When charging a battery it will become hot and depending on how hot can be a concern. Extreme heat can pose a fire hazard, so exposed and away from ignitable sources is good.
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Mine only gets a little warm after a charge. My charger is 2 amps, which works out to 1 amp per cell as it's a 2 parallel cell battery.
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My battery gets fairly warm with a three amp charger and I wouldn't charge it in an enclosure, especially one which is insulated, if only because heat is the enemy of Li batteries. Obviously it increases the potential for other problems.
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I think you need to go to technicians house......
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I normally remove it to charge it just to be on the safe side.
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