- Dec 20, 2018
Thanks Cherry, added it.
- Overheating pauses (Mostly happens in warmer surroundings at Discharge current >700mA)
- About 10% higher capacity readings, caused by the Overheating pauses and high connection resistance
- Inaccurate (useless) IR (Internal Resistance) readings (for accurate readings, a four wire IR tester is needed)
daromer said:Dont put a fan om top over the cells. Cooling should be under the Opus or om the back
The readings may not be the best precise but far away from "useless".Inaccurate (useless) IR (Internal Resistance) readings
I've sprayed wd-40 on my OPUS fans - no difference. Maybe buy some fans and you might get some that are more silent than others... its likely a hit-or-miss kind of thingMy main concern is about fan noise. I know there are some suggested mods but I ask, an original replacement fan will be more silent maybe because of improvements design? If I don't wanto to do any fan mod because I use this charger occasionally, will be enough to silent a bit the fan to use a sylicon oil in spray? Thank you for any tips about my questions.