consumer and otherwise electronics questions
sam at topic.com.au
Thu Aug 23 17:35:09 EST 2001
Antti.Roppola at brs.gov.au <Antti.Roppola at brs.gov.au> wrote:
> Aka if you open the (dead) battery and it has micrcontrollers as well
> as cells, we probably shouldn't fool with it?
If you find a microcontroller, it's probably a lithium ion cell. These are
very dangerous creatures because of their high energy density. The
microcontrollers are to stop them exploding at inopportune moments.
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