Lithium Cells In a Car..

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BlueSwordM
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@SeniorXJ, your cylindrical cells are safe.

The problem with leaving cells in a hot car is longevity and cycle life capacity retention. That’s about it.

Pouch cells on the other hand, if they produce any kind of gases except during production, they are done for.

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BlueSwordM wrote:
@SeniorXJ, your cylindrical cells are safe.

The problem with leaving cells in a hot car is longevity and cycle life capacity retention. That’s about it.

Pouch cells on the other hand, if they produce any kind of gases except during production, they are done for.


Case closed? You sound confident in your opinion. I am not second guessing, just asking what you are basing this on for piece of mind.
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I consistently leave lithium cells in my car, however:
- I do have garages and also covered parking
- all glass is with window tint
- but the interior is dark/grey/black
- temperature where I live is never too high
so far, nothing has happened.

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