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Old 04-14-2005, 11:22 AM   #1
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Default New matcher from Apex?


Equipped with LCD showing the Voltage, Current and Capacity simultaneously.
The Apex3 / 3R matcher employs the technique of the 4 points measurement which allow individual cell detection of the Ampere and Voltage.
Designed for individual 12A charging and 30A discharging without desoldering the battery for 1 to infinity of cells expand.
Optical interface for series connection of the matcher.
USB computer output for PC for Label Printing and Curve Display.

Input Voltage: 220V/110VAC, DC 12V or APEX V12 220V AC S.P.S
Discharge current: max.30A
Charging current: max.12A

Anybody knows?
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Old 04-14-2005, 01:36 PM   #2
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Looks cool. Nice idea to be able to match without desoildering the pack. In all honesty all this would be good for is to determine if there is a bad cell in your pack. FOr matching purposes it will not be very acurate do to the lack of space between cells. It is going to create a heat issue. The end cells will be cooler than the inner cells. This is not good because it will fool with the internal resistance of the cells.
SO like I said, a very expensive piece of hardware to find a bad cell in a pack.

This is just my opinion.
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