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Old 09-04-2004, 08:29 PM   #46
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The "matching" feature on the LRP is a cycling feature. It's similar to what there is on the GFX but the problem is that the numbers are misleading that it gives you because it's only done at the 10 amp discharge. Now if you cycle a pack on it when it's new, note what numbers you get, then cycle it on the same charger in a couple months, it can give you an idea as to what your packs are doing by comparing nubers. As long as you charge at the same rate with the same threshold settings as well. Everything needs to be equal.
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