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From: jmuchow@SPAMMENOTcamlight.com (John Muchow)
Subject: Re: Reducing contact resistance for low volt use?
Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 06:02:15 GMT
Organization: MindSpring Enterprises
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>>>It would be easy to translate a constant load curve into a constant
>>>current curve, using a computer based translation table for example.
>>>The result would, for all practical purposes, be accurate enough to
>>>compare to other testers constant current specs.
>>>You will probably want a computer based logging anyhow, so the
>>>translation could be automatically added to the logging procedure.
>>>It is a bit of cheating, but the results would be just as reliable as
>>>the constant current tests others make. We just need to translate the
>>>measuring values from a constant load test into a constant current
>>>The translation can be theoretically computed and/or achieved through
>>>practical comparisons between constant current tests and constant load
Wow, neat. I'd still have to do a CL discharge (of course) to get the
data to derive a CC curve, but a CC discharge circuit is simpler.
Gotta give this one some thought. An experiment or two would be worth
Hmm...the CL voltage vs. time plot would be a different shape than the
CC voltage vs. time plot. Need to think a bit as to how the
translation would be done. Not as simple as I thought.
Thanks! Definitely something interesting to think about.
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