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Steve Carr

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What value would I need to set my multimeter at to check the ohms on each cell.
You cannot check the battery IR with a multimeter. It will burn up your meter.
You can use the meter in this video to check IR:


 
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You cannot check the battery IR with a multimeter. It will burn up your meter.
You can use the meter in this video to check IR:


Cheers mate thank you for that, great video
 
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I just thought that I would add this to show the importance of testing and recording your results from new.
 
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Guys thanks for all your input into my post i really appreciate all your help, I've purchased the smart battery checker so should have it by tomorrow or the next day at the latest. Then I can check the IR of the cells and see what's happening. I will post the results thank you all again lads.
 
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Guys the result of the IR test was as follows cell 1: 0.010. Cell 2: 0.020 cell 3: 0.020. Cell 4: 0.015
 

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