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Testing LI Batteries with the help of a device

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Prem Arjun

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Hello,

I am testing for the reliability of Li Po batteries using a charging and discharging device(https://www.hobbydirekt.de/sonstige...i5sSHvX9PtB1eQo-FVcPJ9C93PxeW7jBoCFPIQAvD_BwE). I can test only 14 batteries at a time since the device has 2 channels and each can accommodate 7 cells. I may be testing even more batteries(may be in hundreds).
1. Please let me know if this a better solution.
2. Or if there any possibilities of testing batteries rather than with the Device I mentioned, Please let me know.

Thank you for your time and energy.
 

KlausST

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Hi,

You say you want test for "reliability". How do you test and evaluate reliability of LiPo cells?

Why not buy a couple of these devices?

Klaus
 

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