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Old Dec 02, 2012, 08:43 AM
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I agree, the discharge rate would have to be very tiny. As we all know, the difference between open and loaded voltage gets wider as the current goes up. Speaking about a loaded voltage is as one poster coined, "a moving target" and can range from meaningless to spot on accurate. The resting voltage is key , not the loaded voltage. I'm not saying anything new here.

John, however is saying that 3.0 resting is ok. I guess I have heard a lot of people state that same figure now that I think about it. I'm going to check that out soon enough. I've always used 3.5 as my bare minimum.
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