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Old 12-31-2004, 05:50 PM
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Default New batteries

Im getting my first soldering iron and currently have some average mismatch battery packs, a 1500nicd, 1900nicd and 3000nimh. I was told to get new cells but Im worried Ill damage them either when soldering or when charging as this charger is pulse with a 0.2mv cutoff so this discourages me. Should I wait and get a better charger or get better cells?
Old 01-01-2005, 08:48 PM
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Default RE: New batteries

Regarding the soldering question. You won't ruin them if you apply the heat for just a short amount of time. Also be sure to use a higher watt iron to do batteries. I guess something at or above 50 watts. Experiment on some old battery before you do the good ones. Practice makes perfect.

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