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Halo chargers

Cjw21
New Arrival

I have 2 Halo chargers I want to take on my trip to Cozumel.  One is. 44,400mWh and one is 58,830mWh.

I do not know if these are the required sizes. 

Thank you in advance

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Re: Halo chargers

dfwskier
Top Contributor

I don''t  know  what you mean by "required sizes."

 

If you are asking whether or not  you can take them with you:

 

in a carry on bag : yes

in checked baggage:no

 

It's a TSA rule.

Re: Halo chargers

Cjw21
New Arrival

Do you know if they can be packed together or do I need to separate them?  May be a crazy question but I have read different answers. 

Re: Halo chargers

gsking
Rising Star

100wh is the limit.   You should be fine. 

Re: Halo chargers

DancingDavidE
Top Contributor

@Cjw21 wrote:

I have 2 Halo chargers I want to take on my trip to Cozumel.  One is. 44,400mWh and one is 58,830mWh.

I do not know if these are the required sizes. 

Thank you in advance


Lithium batteries with more than 100 watt hours | Transportation Security Administration (tsa.gov)

 

As the other poster mentioned the limit is 100 Wh or 100,000 mWh so these are both okay.

 

As @dfwskier mentioned the key requirement is that you carry it on - in the rare event that there was a problem with one of these they want it in the cabin where someone can do something about it instead of in luggage - TSA will confiscate them from checked luggage. That's a much more critical requirement than the watt-hours which I've never heard of anyone checking.

 

 

 

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