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Old 09-16-2001, 03:04 PM   #1
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Default Battery Voltage Loss.

I was wondering about battery voltage. I've had my Promatch batteries for about 4 months now. I was wondering how many of you racers out there keep your batteries before they start to lose voltage.
Before each cell was holding 1.45V Now it holds 1.37 V after a peak charge is this common after 3-4 months of use? If I repeak hit peak right after I charge it about 10 min later, the voltage goes up to 1.49V per cell after the charge. Is this supposed to happen? Please advise. I am not too familiar with batteries over the long term. Is it my charger? Did it false peak? The charger is a Intellipeak deluxe. I am considering upgrading to the new Integy.

Thanks for any info!

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