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Old 12-29-2015, 06:27 AM
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Gregor
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Sounds good. I also found it difficult to setup a good high current AA and AAA holder. Most of the battery holders for that size have tiny wires, and springs. Lots of voltage drop as well as heating for higher currents.

The voltage drop will be an issue during discharge. But not during a charge cycle. The Powerlab does not terminate the NiXX program using cell voltage. It uses fallback voltage. The exception to this is if the voltage reaches the maximum per cell voltage of 1.90v.

The other thing that I found useful is selecting fixed cell count instead of using auto detect.
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