Long time reader, first time poster...
I have encountered an potential issue in regards to shipping Lithium-ion batteries in products over from China to the United Kingdom.
I have always factored in the standby battery consumption when calculating a products shelf life, but it has come to my attention that during transit in containers, these products can undergo heats of 60°C (140°F) for up to 28 days.
After this period the products will then be returned to "ambient" temperature and stored normally.
How can I factor this extreme temperature period into my calculation when calculating product shelf life?
Thanks in advance!