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Old 01-28-2005, 02:46 PM   #1
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Default GP330 numbers

I just bought a unmatched GP3300 pack. I built the pack charged it at 6A on my T30. Then cycled it. Now these are 20 Amp numbers.
Over 550 sec, 7.17 volt for an average discharge. Cutoff at 5.4V.
280 sec at over 7.2
405 sec the pack dropped to 6.99
I am impressed by a 35 dollar pack.

What do you all think. Anyone get numbers like this from aunmatched cells?
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