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    Its still the same thing, They're setting the...

    Its still the same thing, They're setting the voltage difference to a large deviation, which causes more current to flow. The charger is still current limiting and doing constant current. Its a...
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    Remember to account for the voltage drop across...

    Remember to account for the voltage drop across the Diode when charging. $47 for an inlet is CHEAP when you realize what you get. They're pretty high current.
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    Not really..... You're thinking a Current supply,...

    Not really..... You're thinking a Current supply, which actually forces current. We do not use those, and his supplies are not current supplies. These battery chargers and power supplies are only...
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    What is the question? I haven't been following...

    What is the question? I haven't been following the thread much.
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    Probably coincidence, but could be the cells at...

    Probably coincidence, but could be the cells at the ends are exposed to higher or lower temps.

    Are you measuring the voltages using the same multimeter? Or a bms?

    They could just be out of...
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    Each cell has different internal resistance. ...

    Each cell has different internal resistance.

    Imagine a cell as a voltage source with a resistor across it. As current flows, some flows into the actual battery, and some through the resistor. This...
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    It won't hugely slow it down... we're talking...

    It won't hugely slow it down... we're talking 10's of minutes if that. I just don't particular like running at the upper maximum, so anything between 4.1 and 4.2 is good. It's a smart charger, so...
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