Battery temp

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    Hey folks what is the normal battery range and at what temp should I be concerned, thanls

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    Well OC'ed to 1.3gHz the highest temp i reach is 108F but usually i average between 78F and 86F with the screen off and while my D2 is in use i usually average in the 90's.

    Are you oc'ed or running custom kernal? and your temps running hot?
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    for my droid 1, its anywhere from 68-96.8. if im playing an intense game or sumthing then maybe itll get to 102
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    @kev: How are your batt temps?

    @double: good job keeping temps cool
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    Stay below 120°F and you'll be fine. I dont have a link with me, but google "lithium ion polymer batteries" (sometimes called li-po in the rc world) for more details. Even tough you may find info for rc batteries, all li-po batteries work about the same. I know the same safety precautions(for the battery) apply for my rc heli and my phone.

    Same with the phones temp. But I haven't seen the phone get as hot as the battery. I also have SetCPU's profiles set to step in at 115° to cool things down. Hope this helps.

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    yes please be careful... my battery almost caught fire, no joke. it melted where the terminals are and it jumped + & - which smoked violently until i threw it out my window.
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    Wow man did you manage any pics of the battery? I know thermal runaway for lithium-ion batteries is 120F
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    I recently had a bad experience with my phone also. I am a welder and I was using my welding machine to charge my phone. Anyway it fried my battery one night when I was charging it at my house. The temp was 129!! So now my extended battery is gone. Case and point high temp will destroy the battery and the device.
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    Like you were charging it on top of the welding machine? I cant imagine what 129 felt like tho
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    No no I had it plugged up to the machine and the phone in my jacket. 129 burned my fingers. I took the battery out and left it alone for a while. Now it has the regular battery and I haven't had any problems.
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    O got you. I mean i still can get a day+ with my stock battery with light/moderate usage. Welding machine puts out quite a bit of current tho dont it boss?
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    im pretty late but i didn't get any pictures of my battery because it smelled sooo weird,
    like a horrible but kinda sweet and nice smell. but the smell gave me a headache all day lol.

    so once it smoked i threw it in my fire pit and let it burn real good haha
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    Fire pit always works and you think it might be chemicals in the battery evaporating when it got so hot to produce the smell with a headache side affect
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    Idk it smelled good though... it had a harsh smell to it.
    But it smelled Kinda like a lemon.

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    Its the fluctuating current that hurt it.
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