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Old 08-28-2020, 01:55 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Cash68 View Post
I'll try only going to 96v next time... but what do you mean by 96v?

As soon as you remove the load, the voltage springs back up.
That's how electricity and batteries work.

"discharge to 96V" is literal. Discharge to 96V and then stop. Voltage not under discharge doesn't matter.

Trying to discharge repeatedly to make a NiMH battery STAY under any given voltage is usually a recipe for failure.

A cell completely empty of any usable charge will rest at about 1.2V. Thus a 120 cell pack that has had 100% of its usable capacity removed will still seek about 144V.
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