Prevent Overcharging of Li-Ion Cells (.PDF Download)

Over the years, serious concerns have emerged about lithium-ion cell safety. There have been factory fires, mobile phones and laptop computers bursting into flames, and even the grounding of a 787 aircraft.  So, when forming or charging Li-ion cells in manufacturing or during characterization in R&D, special attention must be paid to prevent dangerous conditions that can lead to those cell fires.

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