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Old 12-13-2005, 02:56 PM
Ted Flack
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If you discharge a pack down to 5.4 volts one cell could be a lot higher than
.90. I thought the idea was to get all the cells down to .90 on a tray, not zero. A Novak tray stops at .90 per cell and I am sure other trays do the same thing, I have trays that do that because I have checked with a volt meter after they were on the tray for days. I don't believe storing is the issue, it is to start the charge when all cells are at .90. That is why Danny wants us to put the pack on a tray before charging.

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