Li-Ion Battery Safety

Lithium-ion batteries power e-cigarettes, cell phones, EFBs, cameras, and even airplanes. Let’s discuss factors to consider in reducing the likelihood of a battery fire.

Since Sony introduced the first commercial Lithium-Ion battery in a laptop computer in 1991, these batteries have grown to become the dominant power source for portable devices. They pack more energy per cubic inch than any other commonly available battery. However, the amount of stored energy can also create a huge problem if a catastrophic […]
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