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Old 11-15-2006, 08:40 AM   #271
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hey you,

clad that all of you like the team wave discharger..i like mine a lot too.....

Mr Team Wave,

if we discharge a fully charge pack on V2, when discharging "Pulse" and within let say 10seconds and it goes to linear, than this means that which ever cell that go in linear mode is not good cell(not healthy)?? because cannot withstand the 20amp pulse discharging???? cool....i going try it on my cell....
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Old 11-19-2006, 08:06 PM   #272
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Dear TeamWave,

As per your tips previously on sorting out the weak cells of a pack. i ve done the following:

All pack are full charge. Battery: IB3800 approx 10 months old. cutoff 0.9v.

pack no.1
initial voltage readout:

cell 1: 1.32
cell 2: 1.33
cell 3: 1.31
cell 4: 1.32
cell 5: 1.35
cell 6: 1.32

When switch to discharge mode (within 5-10 secs)
cell1: puls
cell2: 1.28 (entering linear mode)
cell3: 1.26 (entering linear mode)
cell 4, 5, 6: puls.
(So I guess cell 2 & 3 are already weak or demage cells)

After fully dischage:
all cells have have averge voltage of 1.21 to 1.26v. I though cell 2 & 3 would have very low voltage like 1.06 to 1.15v? Is it still good actually since it maintain the averge voltage like other cells?

I have another pack tested, all are normal from puls to finishing discharge approx the same time. But one of the cell go as low as 1.07v, whereas the others are 1.21 to 1.26v. Is this cell are bad too?

Before I charge my battery, do I need to bring it down to 0.0v or the 0.7v or dont bother just charge after previous dischage at 0.9v? My packs race once a weeks.

Many thanks for a great & user friendly products.
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