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Old 11-05-2003, 08:39 PM   #16
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so the equalizing function is provided by the user~

time to consider another tray
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lol yup!
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Old 11-05-2003, 08:44 PM   #18
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Calvin Ng : what do you mean by cycling

when you charge/discharge the batteries at least 2 times for maintenance...usually do this when i don't plan to use it for 2 or more weeks...

Fire : so the equalizing function is provided by the user~
time to consider another tray


well the bulb can be use as a guide to....its pretty close to equalization when the bulbs dim...saying that you watch the bulb go out an take the contacts off immidiately on each cell...like what calvin said..."just when the blubs start to get dim you take em off and you should have 0.8-0.10 results" ...thats very close to being equal....just a few hundreds of a difference is not very bad
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