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Old 19-12-2019, 10:39   #1
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LiFePo4 safety

Nice to see how safe these cells really are

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Old 19-12-2019, 13:47   #2
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Re: LiFePo4 safety

Look for the ones done by the Chinese military, artillery shell punctures 8-)

Unfortunately a faulty charger / BMS control without a backup / failsafe design, can still burn the place down
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Re: LiFePo4 safety

Even though LiFePO4 is a very safe chemistry, **** can still happen...
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Re: LiFePo4 safety

Pretty sure that's from a Chevy Volt, nothing to do with LiFePO4.

If so, LMO aka LiMn2O4 aka Lithium Manganese aka Li-manganese aka IMR.

Back shed is indeed the place to play with all those EV LI chemistries, very risky.

People don't usually use the term "lithium ion" for LFP, even though it is part of the overall family. Same with LTO.
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