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Old 03-01-2007, 10:16 PM   #1
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Is there a cell discharger/ equilzer that will cut off the individual cells at .9 or 1.0 V and has the kind of screws that integy uses on their systems?

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don't discharger under 1.05V per cell ,
& don't under 5 Amps to discharger !

DPD is best can lower IR , deep discharger, but also bad contact .
CTX-D2 no bad contact , but price higher
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don't discharger under 1.05V per cell ,
& don't under 5 Amps to discharger !

DPD is best can lower IR , deep discharger, but also bad contact .
CTX-D2 no bad contact , but price higher
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0.9v is the standard of equalising too.
1.05v, where you pluck that figure from, the air I assume
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