Sun 08-Sep-13 07:01 AM | edited Sun 08-Sep-13 07:06 AM by km6xz
You know of course that every rechargeable Lithium battery has a circuit to disconnect the terminals when the charge lowers to about 10% due to the problem of polarity reversal if discharged fully.
We all know the battery recall a couple years ago, which involved an isolated batch of improperly manufactured batteries. They replaced them for anyone who had the battery lot number. There was a possible problem but in fact it did not materialize.
Posting out of context Google search results does not further any of these topics, you have made a number of misleading comments based I assume from not having direct experience with these topics. Google can be a source of as much misleading data as encountered anywhere when the overall subject is not understood and context is ignored. Stan St Petersburg Russia