Test/review of LiitoKala INR26650-50A 5000mAh (Black)

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Thanks for pinpointing correction Henrik. The reason I ended up believing “they must be using an AC method” was because of the large divergence between my proven good DC internal resistance measurement method and those provided by the charger even if rail burdened.

Conclusion: cheap chargers measure internal resistance very poorly.

 

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Barkuti wrote:

Thanks for pinpointing correction Henrik. The reason I ended up believing “they must be using an AC method” was because of the large divergence between my proven good DC internal resistance measurement method and those provided by the charger even if rail burdened.

There is also the detail that different measurement methods will give different result, maybe I need to do some more writing about resistance measurements.

Barkuti wrote:

Conclusion: cheap chargers measure internal resistance very poorly.

This can also be seen in my reviews of them.

My website with reviews of many chargers and batteries (More than 1000): https://lygte-info.dk/

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