No.Hahahah .... Gopher beat me to it while I was writing my post
I assume you mean a LiIon BATTERY, not a LiIon CELL. If its a LiIon battery then no need for any of the protections mentined by Gopher because the battery will be protected with an internal safety circuit. If its a LiIon cell, then don't mess with it.
The lithium-Ion battery for your laptop has a protection circuit inside it that prevents over-charging and over-discharging.So if I were to disconnect the battery from the board ( my laptop battery) there would be zero resistance?
Yes, because the these devices have batteries with relatively small capacities. You certainly wouldn't want to do this with a laptop battery. I know lots of people do this and have no problems. But the cells really are dangerous. There are numerous cases of explosions and fires due to 18650 LiIon cells (laptop cells) with faulty (or no) proptection circuits. In general, I don't recommend it at all.No.
Electric model airplanes, helicopters, boats and cars use Li-Po multi-cell BATTERIES that have NO protection built-in. The protection circuit is inside the product and charger.
But you do not know the maximum allowed output current of the lithium cells in a laptop. It does not need to be high in a laptop so maybe they will catch on fire if you overload them in something else.I wanna use the Li-ion laptop battery for something else..but with the protection circuit it doesn't produce enough amps..if I remove it wouldn't it only be unsafe if I were to use it on a device that couldn't handle the output of the battery without the protection circuit?
Yes it will be dangerous. The protection is there for the exact purpose of limitng the maximum current. If you disable it and exceed that current, the battery will burst on fire.I wanna use the Li-battery for something else..but it doesn't produce enough amps with the protection circuit.wouldnt it only be unsafe if I were to use it on a device that couldn't handle the output of the battery without the protection circuit?
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