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Posted: 09/10/2018 10:26:20
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Just been for an interview with a firm that make battery packs for satellites. They use off the shelf 18650's in their products, the bloke that interviewed me did not have any answers to 12% S.O.C at -273K and Zero G, so I suppose that if E.S.A. et al are prepared to use them, it should be fine for us mere mortals on earth!!!

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Posted: 09/10/2018 12:19:04
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Reality check

All energy forms are potentially dangerous. Any electric battery is a means of holding an electrical charge and if short circuited can cause fire or injury.

Of course, doing upwards of 80mph in a metal box with gallons of low flash point highly inflammable and potentially explosive liquid under the back seat is ordinary everyday behaviour.
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