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Old 07-28-2007, 10:11 AM   #16
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i have the new checkpoint t1030 charger, think thats the model number, i normally dump at 20 amps, n charge around 6. Peak mv at 300, i was told 50mv per cell. Sounds like an overall hissing, pack was built about 3 months ago, first charge was yesterday when i noticed this, i cycled the pack overnight, looked at it this morning, and saw that the pack was holding a decent charger at 8.356 volts? Just fiigured i would get a little more out of the pack, i got the pack for 20 bucks, so if i can get a few months out of it ill be happy!

any opinions for a good equalizer, dont need one to discharge, my charger does that for me

i have a five minute delay between cycles
You should have your delta peak between 2mv and 5mv. The cells should not get much hotter then 120 at the time of peak. If they are getting much hotter then that you can risk damaging the cells.
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Was that the answer to my question, or a comment on the responses above?
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Old 07-28-2007, 01:51 PM   #18
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all you have to do to stop the venting is buying an equalizer

they vent cuz wen u charge them and discharge not all the cells have equal energy left in them
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i had an 8 cell pack explode in my garage. it went off like 8 shotguns. i'm still finding bits, months later. theres a picture in the chat lounge, titled 'battery pack explosion'
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