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Thread: Legit check on XTS3000 Impres Li-ion (NNTN6043a)?

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    But you are being 'that guy'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by com501 View Post
    But you are being 'that guy'.
    I disagree.

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    Come on everyone play nice, we're heading off topic here.
    It is a fine thing to be honest, but it is also very important to be right

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS2000DES View Post
    You can't even rely on the rated capacity shown by the IMPRES reader.
    Case in point:

    IMG_20190807_223609.jpg

    Not bad for a 9 year old 1800mAh NNTN4437!

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    Quote Originally Posted by syntrx View Post
    Case in point:

    IMG_20190807_223609.jpg

    Not bad for a 9 year old 1800mAh NNTN4437!
    I think you've just gone super-critical Fukushima level there. Either that, or you dripped ZMAX with Linkite™ into your charger.

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    I had a Waris battery get to about that mAh before. Now THAT was scary.

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    I think what hes not showing are the wires leading to a car battery! Seriously though, we have seen a lot of over 100% on ancient batteries. They drop to zero and the radios go chirp chirp first transmit off the charger.

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    Never met OEM batteries Motorola solutions batteries made in China. Only manufactured in Malaysia. The OEM battery label must have a serial number! Chinese batteries are unstable and degrade very quickly. The fact that the serial number is read by the program is not an indicator of originality. You can program anything you want!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vjxb View Post
    Never met OEM batteries Motorola solutions batteries made in China.
    I've got thousands of OEM batteries bought direct from an authorized MSI dealer, all with Chinese made cells. Don't know where you are, but rarely do I see anything other than that these days.
    Your streaming makes me AES-256. Keep it up and you'll soon have nothing to listen to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS2000DES View Post
    I've got thousands of OEM batteries bought direct from an authorized MSI dealer, all with Chinese made cells. Don't know where you are, but rarely do I see anything other than that these days.
    All of the NNTN6034 (up to 1845 date code), PMNN4262 and PMNN4493 batteries we have gotten in past couple years have all said "Cell Origin Japan". This is ordered directly from MSI, not through a partner.

    Guess I'm lucky, or they only use the Chinese on other models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSEhub View Post
    "Cell Origin Japan".


    Its also "Cell Origin Taiwan".

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    Quote Originally Posted by vjxb View Post
    It’s also "Cell Origin Taiwan".
    Which models of batteries out of curiosity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSEhub View Post
    Which models of batteries out of curiosity?
    Oops, I trusted my colleagues and it turned out to be a lie. We have NNTN8023 only "Cell origin Japan".

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