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Old 06-24-2016, 08:16 AM
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Referring back to this diagram where only standard discharging
takes place uses a resistor to slow current draw down.

All charging and discharging runs are done without that resistor.

In these tests "C" is being discharged without that resistor and
this is why I show a 700ma drain during this time of conventional
discharging. 6 hours have past and if you compare figures you can
see that under these conditions of using the energy we get more
light (More Mili-Amps/ time) longer due to battery "C" always being
completely dead before using energy from A & B in the split positive

Previous runs kept battery "C" in an over charging condition at the
beginning which wasted power.

The new result is in for the 6th hour.

6th hour conventional discharge "C" battery 650ma ending 3.15v


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