Add in novak smart tray: .9 down to zero in .1 increments
Basically "ALL" trays discharge cells down individually. The differences lie in the following:
-At what amp rate does it discharge?
-How low a voltage cut off?
-Voltage cut off adjustable?
-Can it dead short? zero?
-does it require a power supply?
-Is it polarity sensitive?
-how many many cells?
There are probably more factors but for the most part you dump a on the track hit it with 20-30 amps then tray it. Different cells/matchers have different requirements..
Todays cells kick ass and thankfully all this great technology we needed 10-15 years ago for crap cells with low capacity is almost not needed today since we have almost unlimited run time and extremly high voltage.
But as racers we want to squeeze the most of our gear.
Personally i do the following. And 10 others will post totally different recomendations
multiple runs on one pack in same day:
2)discharge pack at 20amps(30 if i had it)
3)Tray charger down to .9 on novak smart tray
Last run of the day storage:
1)run pack in car
2)store pack(this still has capacity in the pack and some will say to discharge then charge for 5minutes but i say why bother if the pack still has power when i was in the car why go through the trouble)
1)discharge at 20
2)tray to .9v
For my GP3300s i still use ill DEAD short them after run discharge and tray to zero.
Anyway thats my input im sure you'll get even more and possibly even conflicting info