Posted - November 26 2013 : 20:43:16
Pure radiant will produce more gas than normal electricity. Gassing is dangerous for lithium battery.
During charging the battery will produce gas (H2). When the battery is close to fully charged, the gassing increase. Since lithium battery is not designed to release the gas, it will inflate the battery. If this inflation punctured, it will cause huge fire incomparable to the size.
For instance, an inflated cellphone batter is capable of creating human size fire. The fire mast last in seconds but it can burn cloth or anything nearby in an instant.
Just look at r-charge and see the recomendation. Their charger are not suitable for lithium and sealed battery. Or look at what Bedini says about battery.
Radiant charger charger faster, but this faster charging also cause more gassing.
The pulse will reach the source too. You will notice that new battery will increase its capacity during the first use as radiant charger source. So, lithium still can not be used even as source.
I tell this from my own experience. But for consideration, read this:
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"However, inherent instabilities of lithium metal, especially during charging, put a damper on the development. The cell had the potential of a thermal run-away. The temperature would quickly rise to the melting point of the metallic lithium and cause a violent reaction. A large quantity of rechargeable lithium batteries had to be recalled in 1991 after the pack in a cellular phone released hot gases and inflicted burns to a man's face. "