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    Can I see a discharge graph of the 35c 4200 cell?

    I would like to see a discharge graph of the 35c 4200mah cell, particularly the hardcase pack. Thanks!
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    RE: Can I see a discharge graph of the 35c 4200 cell?

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    RE: Can I see a discharge graph of the 35c 4200 cell?

    Cool, thanks!
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    RE: Can I see a discharge graph of the 35c 4200 cell?

    so why did the cell not start at full voltage? it started around 3.3 or 3.4 volts, when charged is 4.2 right?
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    RE: Can I see a discharge graph of the 35c 4200 cell?

    The graph starts when the voltage load levels off. The cell was fully charged at the start. When the load was applied the voltage drop to that point.

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