Yeah, Shorai are great unless neglected. I have 7 Battery Tender Plus's on a power strip in my garage that is connected to a 7-day timer, set to run 18 hours one day per week. Parasitic draw varies by bike, but I wouldn't let a Shorai sit for more than a few weeks without plugging into an appropriate charger for a dayMy brute has killed 2 out of 4 Shorai's in the last 5-6 years probably due to a gremlin batter draw and me not paying attention until 1 of the lith cells always dies. Shorai warrantied one but refused the other due to... whatever the reason. It's now back chunky AGM even though the Shorai always started the bike WAY WAY better.
I’ve had for years some in portable computers phones and diverse gizmos.I’ve had Lipo batteries for years...
Left the safe charger brick on the safe PC...the safer offering and now used in some oem installations, including Honda so I’ve read.
A fire started safely in the night.They’re perfectly safe so long as you use a lithium dedicated charger,
On my Dragster the charger, bolted to the left side, looks like a regular charger....You can’t hook up a regular charger or high voltage jobbie because you will damage it and could cause a fire. So as long as you take some very basic precautions, it needn’t be a problem.
PC reseller, PC maker (warranty claim), even insurance gnomes didn't seem entertained.... meant as entertainment; however, some do not understand things as such...
Logan International Airport (BOS) mebbe didn't know about desulfating and damageThe discussion is about wall chargers and Li-Po and the need for a wall charger to handle the needs of a Li-Po battery without damage.
DifferenceAs for the "charger" identified in the above photo...well, while it does provide the requisite voltage to charge the bikes battery, it is a Voltage Regulator...there is a difference.