Hello all,

We recently bought a battery beak for our team to measure how "good" batteries would be so we could pick which ones to use on our robot. It also was an easy way to measure the voltage of a battery during the heat of competition. We have had 3 Rev slim batteries and they all start out with a fair status which means their internal resistance is less than .15 ohms and greater than .1 ohms. Throughout their lifespan, the internal resistance just keeps on going up. One of them is at .185 and the others are 1.67 and 1.57 respectively. Are there any techniques that should be used to keep batteries at their best? We bought these Rev batteries in January and we would have hoped that they would have lasted a bit longer for us.

Thank you,

Wizards.exe

We recently bought a battery beak for our team to measure how "good" batteries would be so we could pick which ones to use on our robot. It also was an easy way to measure the voltage of a battery during the heat of competition. We have had 3 Rev slim batteries and they all start out with a fair status which means their internal resistance is less than .15 ohms and greater than .1 ohms. Throughout their lifespan, the internal resistance just keeps on going up. One of them is at .185 and the others are 1.67 and 1.57 respectively. Are there any techniques that should be used to keep batteries at their best? We bought these Rev batteries in January and we would have hoped that they would have lasted a bit longer for us.

Thank you,

Wizards.exe

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