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Old 02-01-2008, 12:09 AM   #46
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Originally Posted by Ted Flack View Post
I read a lot of articles about heat and Lipo's. Most of the "experts" including a test lab said that 120F is when you start to hurt cell life, they also said charging below 50 can hurt packs as well
I never said I charged any battery's below 50 But I do warm them up to room temp before using or charging

and yes 120deg F to 140deg F is the point that starts to hurt Lipos so make sure you dont get them that hot! even while racing.

O and 100 deg F is when a Lipo is at its Best
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