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Battery testing meter Sep 15th 2011, 06:34 4 9,538 on 16/9/11

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Restoration of the original Rag Chewers' Club Award NW7OR on 22/11/18
Like others, I will suggest that after an applicantion is approved, that email notice is sent to the new member & sponsor with a link to download or get to the certificate for self printing, but with an option to pay for a printed copy from the League. Cost contained. Rag chewing needs to be encouraged & restored, not discouraged.
Restoration of the original Rag Chewers' Club Award NW7OR on 22/11/18
The RCC was one of my first, if not the first award I received back, well way back 50 plus years ago.
Battery testing meter K8JP on 16/9/11
Yes, Martin. There are cheap "Just battery checker" meters that put a small load on the battery being tested. If I put the same load on these batteries, I can use my DVM to quickly get an approximate heath of a battery, but I did not remember what those load values were. You put me in the ball park. Cheers, Joe, V31JP/K8JP.
Battery testing meter K8JP on 15/9/11
I remember a discussion about checking batteries, like AAA, AA, 9V, etc. With a Hi-Z meter, there is no loading of the battery. To check the like batteries, there were suggested load resistances for the typical cells and then you could use a Hi-Z digital meter to have a fair evaluation of the battery being measured. I can not seem to find those suggested values anywhere.

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