i know everything in the world has been posted on this subject, but i'd just like a few questions answered.
i've been logging all the charge info from my mil pro with every charge. i've also graphed voltage vs. time curves during discharge on a lightbulb assembly. i know that the resistance willl change with temperature, but keeping most things constant, here's what i've noticed:
- the batteries that peak at high voltage when charging seem to run at a low average voltage. these same batteries seem to get hotter upon discharge.
is this a direct result of a high ir? resistance yields heat?
without being able to measure ir, i'm trying to make some generalizations so that i can determine the worth of my batteries on the bench using equipment i already own.