Normally the Newt is expected to measure the battry temp during charging and
to limit the charging current if the temp is getting too high.
I am not sure where this limit is, but my batteries reach 38 degrees Celsius
maximum during the fast charge cycle with the original 9 Watt power adapter.
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> Subject: Re: [NTLK] Battery temperature
> on 6/9/02 7:23 PM, Gleb Dolgich at gleb_at_proggle.com wrote:
> > Today I was charging my "new" MP2000u for the first time, and noticed
> > that at the end of the charge cycle battery temperature has reached 38.8
> > C. Is this normal?
> Not a problem. I have one battery that gets up to around 45+ when
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