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Old Jun 30, 2009, 06:28 AM
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What is actually the physical precision in IR measurement? To me values like 3 and 4 start to sound something where more granularity would be needed. what about changing the reading from milli Ohms to micro Ohms when running down from, say 100 mOhm reading. (also 10s or 100s of micro Ohms would help.) For log files the units should rather stay the same throughout a log file, at least.

The difference from 3 to 4 is a 33%, which is coarse by any scale.

Of course if the physical measurement precision is already reached, more digits in the reading does not really help.

-mikko

(For me, showing the IR measurement is more on Nice-to-know category than on a list of a charger's Must-have features. But hey! I am a curious engineer and what's better than precise numbers and all possible data about your batteries!)
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