Looking for lithium cell analyzing charger,

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Looking for lithium cell analyzing charger,

I’m looking for a charger that will do discharge and analysis of lithium cells, I’ve got a bunch of laptop pulls I’d like to sort through. I could get a Acuucell 6 but I’d rather have a charger with cradles included. Is there something like the MH-C9000 for charging Lithium cells? I’d like to spend less than $50.

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I have both and would go with the Opus at the current GB price. The LiitoKala only handles 2 cells at a time and heats them up too much for my liking.

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HKJ review: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/31040

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The LiitoKala cannot handle most protected 18650, which makes it useless imo.

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So I can go with the LitoKala and plan on needing an external cradle adaptor if I want to test protected cells, or the Opus BT-C3100 and find a better 12 volt power supply for it. Thanks, that does narrow it down form the dozens of chargers that HKJ has reviewed.