I don't as the ammo can stays open while charging and I had scrap pieces that fit the bottom and shorter front and back. I figure as long as the tile on the sides is there it will absorb a lot of the heat and I also lay the can on tile so underneath is protected by tile inside and below can outside.I like the tile idea, or at least something heat-resistant. How do you cut it to size?
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07XRZ7HP6/I like the tile idea, or at least something heat-resistant. How do you cut it to size?
I got ripped off messing with Amazon+1 for the Ammo cans. If you have a Walmart in the area check there for them. Was able to snag a couple of them in the last couple of weeks for about $13 a piece. Remove the rubber seal on the lid and you should be good to go.
I don't do it but i think you put the sand on top of it to smother the fire.Anybody ever feel their ammo box with sand and stuff the lipo down in the sand for storage or changing?
that's not a half bad idea.....I don't do it but i think you put the sand on top of it to smother the fire.
I haven't blown up an LiPos but a freind did (on purpose) and I'm told the smoke is pretty stinky. But it's better than a house fire. I normally store them in the garage, but it's been too cold lately so they are inside with some of the plants.This video makes me anxious because of the amount of smoke. But I'll buy the baking thing and use that.
Its extremely rare for batteries to catch fire during proper storage ( ~3.8v), right?
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