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Anyone tested the Cell doctor (megacellcharger.com)?
#1
Did a search but didn’t find anything so I’m asking, has anyone tried the Cell doctor from megacellcharger.com?

It looks promising for automating the cell database gathering and I would like to automate label printing as well.

Cells tested: 4087
Average capacity: 2082 mAh
Left to process: 165 kg
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#2
Looks like a modified version of BrettWatty's tester..
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#3
Tom from Battery Hookup has invested heavily into the product so altho i've never used it (Opus Fanboy) it looks to be gaining a good following. See this thread on the DIYPowerwalls facebook group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/diypower...725993455/
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(12-21-2019, 07:04 PM)hbpowerwall Wrote: Tom from Battery Hookup has invested heavily into the product so altho i've never used it (Opus Fanboy) it looks to be gaining a good following. See this thread on the DIYPowerwalls facebook group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/diypower...725993455/


Is Tom trustworthy?

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Cells tested: 4087
Average capacity: 2082 mAh
Left to process: 165 kg
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#5
Tom is for sure trustworthy as being One of USAs largest battery recycle center selling cells to us DIY people
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(12-22-2019, 12:10 PM)daromer Wrote: Tom is for sure trustworthy as being One of USAs largest battery recycle center selling cells to us DIY people

Good! Didn’t find anything about it on his webpage though.
Cells tested: 4087
Average capacity: 2082 mAh
Left to process: 165 kg
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(12-21-2019, 12:03 PM)winny Wrote: Did a search but didn’t find anything so I’m asking, has anyone tried the Cell doctor from megacellcharger.com?

It looks promising for automating the cell database gathering and I would like to automate label printing as well.


Hi

I Own two of those, and im currently testing 2.700 cell's with it.

What do you want to know?

Printing is fully automated. 

Theres a lot of software bugs, however im in a beta tester group and new software is released quickly, and the product is becomming better and better.
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(12-23-2019, 12:56 PM)M1kkel Wrote: Hi

I Own two of those, and im currently testing 2.700 cell's with it.

What do you want to know?

Printing is fully automated. 

Theres a lot of software bugs, however im in a beta tester group and new software is released quickly, and the product is becomming better and better.


How is it holding up mechanically and electrically?
How accurate is the voltage and current measurement?
How’s the assembly?
Is any case included?
How are the cell holders? For reference, the Lii-500 requires a tool to get the cells out.
Cells tested: 4087
Average capacity: 2082 mAh
Left to process: 165 kg
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Interesting... Im about to buy 3 more opus chargers, maybe I'll wait...
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I contacted them months ago after I saw they were looking for beta testers. I was hoping to get one to review and see how it holds up after running 24/7. It took them a LONG time to reply (think it was over a month if I recall correctly) and wanted my phone number to add me to a WhatsApp group or something? I don't know, I never followed up as I don't like having to give personal information like that online.
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