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  • Reboot: Measure Li-ion cell capacity with an arduino

    Accurate toi .000001 or .001 ... let's be honest here ... no one needs to split hairs over precision results on the actual milliampere hours of their battery ... what they REALLY need to do, is throw all their batteries at the Arduino and let it tell them which battery would be the best choice for a given job ... and this project will do that in spades! AND it can do it just as accurately as the next battery capacity checking project.So *I* say ... Nityashish did an EXCELLENT job with this project. I particularly enjoyed the way you approached the logic in the phases of the code. Process of elimination ... sequential style makes for a nice, simple sketch. I would have no doubt created some complex structure of code snippets then tried to figure out where I was in the process using some...see more »Accurate toi .000001 or .001 ... let's be honest here ... no one needs to split hairs over precision results on the actual milliampere hours of their battery ... what they REALLY need to do, is throw all their batteries at the Arduino and let it tell them which battery would be the best choice for a given job ... and this project will do that in spades! AND it can do it just as accurately as the next battery capacity checking project.So *I* say ... Nityashish did an EXCELLENT job with this project. I particularly enjoyed the way you approached the logic in the phases of the code. Process of elimination ... sequential style makes for a nice, simple sketch. I would have no doubt created some complex structure of code snippets then tried to figure out where I was in the process using some complex means of determining that, then throwing all that at some switch / case statement that would more likely need to be debugged to the Nth degree ... there is power in simplicity and harnessing it is an art ... it seems. Two thumbs up! ;-)

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