Smart luggage to be banned

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This topic contains 4 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  MartynSinclair 3 Dec 2017
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  • SimonS1
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    I know bags with tracking units have their supporters on here.

    Looks like the end is night. Anything with a lithium battery could be facing difficulties…..

    Airlines Are Beginning To Ban “Smart” Luggage…


    MartynSinclair
    Participant

    The lithium batteries in smart luggage are generally used to charge phones etc.

    The bag trackers are powered separately, at least mine are….


    Flightlevel
    Participant

    That’s the law-no lithium batteries in checked in luggage.
    Can they work for 24 hours with AA batteries?


    FDOS_UK
    Participant

    That’s the law-no lithium batteries in checked in luggage. Can they work for 24 hours with AA batteries?

    I don’t think that’s entirely right – no spare Lithium ion batteries in checked luggage.

    You can check a device with a Lithium ion battery installed


    MartynSinclair
    Participant

    my flight trackers work on 2 AA batteries. As long as you remember to switch the units off after a trip they will last a decent amount of time..

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