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testing tp4056 v3
Or use something more efficient Smile:

As of 2019-05-04, I've stopped using the TP4056 altogether, and went for the TP5100.
I could now free up the buck converter used for other purposes, is slightly more accurate, requires way less wiring, and at lower than 1,5A current, doesn't require a heatsink to work at full performance.

Also, the nice thing about it is that I can use it for partial low voltage revival. With 100mA of pre-charge current, it's good for 2,0V+ cells.
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