Quick question about auto discharge of batteries

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  1. Rcdude1990

    Rcdude1990 Active Member

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    Hey guys what's up got a quick question when the battery auto discharges does the actual battery turn on?

    Such as if I have the battery on the actual mavic... and it begins to discharge... will it turn on my mavic??
     
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    The battery and Mavic will not turn on.
     
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    No Skynet yet.
     
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    As far as YOU know...
     
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    If your battery is set to auto discharge in 5 days and I have it in my hard case, do the batteries create heat?
     
  6. Kiowa

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    I charged 3 new batteries saturday and only got to use 2 of them flying for the first time. The one unused was still in my hardcase and forgotten, and as I took it out today 4 days later I noticed it was lukewarm. It has never been in the Mavic or used with the Go 4 app, so my 2 day deplete setting was not activated. I found it strange that it should be warm / generating heat.
     
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    Since it purportedly takes 2-3 days to discharge, I would expect the temperature gain to be minimal.
     
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    They do, but it's not enough heat to damage the case.
     
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