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Old 05-31-2008, 09:11 PM   #1
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Default LIPO - Internal Resistance

Wondering how many people are keeping track of the internal resistance of their lipos. Here is what I have so far.
Pack 1 - Orion 3200 2S-1P - Cell 1 - 6.6 millohms, Cell 2 - 6.8 milliohm
Pack 2 - Orion 3200 2S-1P - Cell 1 - 7.3 milliohms, Cell 2 - 7.3 milliohms

Freinds pack - Integy 5000 2S-2P - I'll get better info later but it was 2~3 milliohms

These numbers are from a Cellpro 10S Charger.

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