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    As we sail into the mystic, is the led still glowing?
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    Started Mid of September 2016 now its mid of April 2017. That's 7 months of illumination from a battery that started "dead"
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    Is the led still glowing? I wanna know how long it will.... See More

  4. #64

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    How about putting a webcam on it
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    Any news?

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    LED is still lit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Started on 11-23-2016

    LED is still lit over a year from a battery that started dead...How the....


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    Quote Originally Posted by vinhnguyen54 View Post
    Started on 11-23-2016

    LED is still lit over a year from a battery that started dead...How the....


    Great test!! Very impressive. Now to start with a fully charged cell
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  9. #69

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    Whats the voltage on the LED now?

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    Started at 2.25V its now 2.15V What the......
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinhnguyen54 View Post
    Started at 2.25V its now 2.15V What the......
    This is amazing. A fully charged cell could last nearly 30 years at that rate!

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    As we sail into the mystic, is the led still glowing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by richbuff View Post
    As we sail into the mystic, is the led still glowing?
    No it was dead several months after my last post. Amazingly when the LED goes out I was still able to charge the cell on the charger.
    I tossed the cell after but I had to try to see what would happen. It actually charged to 4.15V and seems to be working fine LOL.
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    I didn't even know about this test but that's really impressive! It's almost a relief to know that it finally died and yet slightly disturbing that it charged back up to 4.15V. It seems that it's pretty hard to kill a cell after all.

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