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Old 12-21-2005, 09:00 PM   #1
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After the discharge cycle is complete, does the unit continue to discharge slighly? I know the cycle cuts off at 5.4 volts, but the backlight is still illuminated with battery info. To me, this is telling me that the discharger is still drawing from the battery to keep it illuminated. The question is, will this unit over discharge if the battery is kept connected? My guess is, it will drain the battery to 0 if left unattended for awhile.

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After the discharge cycle is complete, does the unit continue to discharge slighly? I know the cycle cuts off at 5.4 volts, but the backlight is still illuminated with battery info. To me, this is telling me that the discharger is still drawing from the battery to keep it illuminated. The question is, will this unit over discharge if the battery is kept connected? My guess is, it will drain the battery to 0 if left unattended for awhile.
Yep, it will bring it down to 0 as far as I can tell, but will take a day or two.
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