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Re: Gid Vs SOC and Cell Balance Issue

Posted: Tue Dec 18, 2018 7:46 pm
by valem
Vaggeto wrote:
DaveinOlyWA wrote:run it down to around 80% and post a screen shot
Alright... you can find a new series of screenshots at the link below.

http://imgur.com/a/O70cG

I started at ~75% and then another at about 45% and then took some others as I got lower all the way until I turtled.

The variance looked until half full but then it really started to grow. I also got one at exactly 3.712.

Do these provide any other insight? it's interesting that at about 11.7% it highlights the weak cells but at 3.9% turtle it says all cells are okay.

Do these provide any other insight?

Thanks again for your time and knowledge. It's appreciated!
These screenshots show hat SOH means squat... how can this battery pack be at 99-100% SOH ?

Re: Gid Vs SOC and Cell Balance Issue

Posted: Wed Dec 19, 2018 6:04 am
by DaveinOlyWA
Vaggeto wrote:
DaveinOlyWA wrote:
Vaggeto wrote:
Alright... you can find a new series of screenshots at the link below.

http://imgur.com/a/O70cG

I started at ~75% and then another at about 45% and then took some others as I got lower all the way until I turtled.

The variance looked until half full but then it really started to grow. I also got one at exactly 3.712.

Do these provide any other insight? it's interesting that at about 11.7% it highlights the weak cells but at 3.9% turtle it says all cells are okay.

Do these provide any other insight?

Thanks again for your time and knowledge. It's appreciated!
your variances are looking pretty normal here. did you take these screen shots

right after driving?

while driving?

several hours after driving?
These screenshots were primarily while driving or for the last one, right after driving.
Taking these while driving does account for a bad cell warning verses the last one that does not flag any cells because you are not moving.

It would be interesting (and time consuming) to take shot immediately after driving and one say 30 mins later to see how much if any equalization happens.