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popkamick 2020-01-17 22:00:49
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skipweasel Ifyou let a lithium (or many other sorts) battery go completely flat it can lose capacity, or be totally trashed by being driven backwards by the other cells in the stack. A protected cell has a small thin circuit board stuck on the end which controls charging and discharging to reduce the chances of damage. The drawback can be they're a bit more fragile and a tiny bit longer. Most times you can get away with the change in length, but not always.

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popkamick 2019-08-02 01:43:49
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