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RC3563 IR tester
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(01-05-2020, 03:28 PM)Bubba Wrote: So still needs time to refine, but it works.  So would you prefer this over the YR1035+ now that it is working for you?
Bubba

6 of one half a dozen of the other
I still like the YR1035+ it is smaller and the probe wires are not covered in a thick shrink tubing like the RC3563


The battery testing fixture on the other hand is quick to use  very well constructed and way better than what comes with the YR1035+
The RC3563 fixture has no sides so it is easy to insert a cell read the results and on to the next one.

The YR1035+ fixture


So in conclusion I think I will start to use the RC3563 when I check single cells with the fixture as it is very quick to insert the cell get a reading and move on and the YR1035+ when I am just spot testing a cell.

Both tester (YR1035+ and the RC3563) readings (actually all my YR1030/YR1035+ based testers) are so close to each other in readings it is not worth mentioning.

Hope this helps.

Wolf

(01-05-2020, 09:34 PM)Oz18650 Wrote: I thought you had been quiet and was wondering what was happening for you.
I am sorry to hear what has been happening with Houdini..
Good luck to you and Houdini.
Hopefully he escapes well from this .

Thanks OZ18650

Yea I hope he escapes as well.

Wolf
If 18 X 650 = 2200+mAh then we have power! 
May all your Cells have an IR of 75mΩ or less Smile
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Total Cells required for PowIRwall                                   2856
Total Cells ≥2200mAh, ≥80%, ≥35mΩ, ≤75mΩ, ≥4.12V   2760
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