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Old 04-20-2009, 12:49 PM   #1
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I got some much more warming tray over the weekend i tried them and they fried two of my batteries. Is that claming did i do something wrong how long do u leave the batteries in the tray and these are lipos batteries
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The warming tray is meant to be used the CTX charger as a temperature controling device. If you just apply DC voltage to it (like from a battery pack), I would think it would overheat...
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The warming tray is meant to be used the CTX charger as a temperature controling device. If you just apply DC voltage to it (like from a battery pack), I would think it would overheat...

no it stay at 140 degree
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no it stay at 140 degree
That should be just right for my coffee
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Why on earth would you want to purposly heat a battery to 140*? Even Nimh should peak around 120-130...
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Why on earth would you want to purposly heat a battery to 140*? Even Nimh should peak around 120-130...
the batteries werent getting to 140 degree the batteries were at 112 conistantly when i took them off the tray..
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