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현재 버전 게시자: Minho ,

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1% per hour seems a bit high but with aftermarket batteries, you never really know. The problem with batteries is that making them is like baking; you apply the same recipe and ingredients but you never really know what you get until you take it out of the oven :>).
 
What I would do is a discharge test with a constant current load, or even better, a constant power load. Here is an example of a constant current discharge test (@ 0.1C) I did with an iPad Air battery that I suspected as being a so-so battery.
 
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[image|1535063image|1535066]
 
The results were pretty good and I went ahead and replaced itkept it (it was only 20 minutes shy of my benchmark). You can use a tool like this to do this test and it’s a great way to test batteries offline, perfect for checking if the new supplier is sending you good batteries.
The results were pretty good and I went ahead and replaced itkept it (it was only 20 minutes shy of my benchmark). You can use a tool like this to do this test and it’s a great way to test batteries offline, perfect for checking if the new supplier is sending you good batteries.

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원문 게시자: Minho ,

본문:

1% per hour seems a bit high but with aftermarket batteries, you never really know. The problem with batteries is that making them is like baking; you apply the same recipe and ingredients but you never really know what you get until you take it out of the oven :>).

What I would do is a discharge test with a constant current load, or even better, a constant power load. Here is an example of a constant current discharge test (@ 0.1C) I did with an iPad Air battery that I suspected as being a so-so battery.

[image|1535063]

The results were pretty good and I went ahead and replaced it. You can use a tool like this to do this test and it’s a great way to test batteries offline, perfect for checking if the new supplier is sending you good batteries.

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