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Yes, i have a proper charger that was made for charging li-ion, li-po, ni-cd and ni-mh batteries. it can charge up to 5 amps, and now, when im reading my comment, i thought of charging to 4.2v and discharging them to 3.7v at 1 amp and calculate how many milli amp hours it would be and then just calculate it to amps.
hello, i have 6 laptop battery cells, but i cant seem to find how much current they take, and im kinda scared charging more than 0.7 amps, but i saw that it's charging very slowly, like 1V in 2h. Well, basically i would like to know how much current it can handle is there any way to test it? they used to be dead, but i revived them with a DC power unit....
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