Subject: Re: Reducing contact resistance for low volt use?
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Date: Mon, 06 Jan 2003 12:54:01 GMT
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On Mon, 06 Jan 2003 06:20:59 GMT, jmuchow@SPAMMENOTcamlight.com (John
Muchow) Gave us:
>I DO need 100A connections as that is one of the requirements for this
>device. Please purchase a Sanyo N-3000CR cell, condition the cell
>with at least 3 complete charge/discharge cycles, solder two short
>lengths of #2 cable to each end, charge the cell fully, and short the
>two wires together...measuring the current flow through them, of
>course. Then get back to me with your recommendations..
Hahahah... #2 wire on a "D" cell. How hilarious. Your devices stall
from the raw weight you put on them.
Again, testing banks is one thing. Single cells, entirely another.
Testing them to the point where their voltage drops to nil due to
short circuit loading as opposed to "normal" discharge rates...
Not needed. If your discharge rates are of such a nature, you are
stepping outside the specs for the battery's proper use.
Denying that, and moving forward with the improper usage doesn't
Like I said, you need MORE batteries in parallel, not series.
If it is a six pack of batteries, you need to parallel two cells
into one for each of the six, for twelve altogether. This will keep
the voltage the same, but will double the current capacity, and AH
rating. At some point, you will no longer be having problems or
needing to test outside proper ranges of operation.