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Old 09-19-2018, 10:29 PM   #10
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Default Re: Li-ion AAA replacement with li-ion pack

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Originally Posted by sam_sam_sam View Post
What is your voltage when it says 94 % this might be a problem with having two protection board on the unit if your voltage to the battery is 4.2-something you’ll be alright you just have to remember that when it says 94% mean that it fully changed
It could be, though from the spec sheets I read, these chips have very little draw. I did later get a reading of 97%, so I'm optimistic about that.

Not sure what the voltage is, but the 70% charged batteries were at 4.1v, which was surprising to me, I wouldn't have thought that from 4.2v to 4.1v was a 30% drop, but I haven't reseached the voltage drop curve of li-ion batteries.
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