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Tell if batteries are available to fire igniters, is it useful?

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#1 rfremotech

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Posted 10 December 2019 - 03:29 AM

Hello everyone here!
 
We are developing a technology which is with the ability to tell if batteries are available to fire igniters, we are going to use this technology in our future firing systems. Do you think it is useful?
 
With our experience, people use meters to measure the voltages of batteries, the voltages will probably indicate high, then actually they can flow very few amperes and can't fire igniters at all, especially when the batteries are used for a long time, so the technology is been developing by us.
 
Your comments are appreciated.
 
Stephen Ye


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Posted 14 December 2019 - 09:39 PM

Would it give you the amperage of the batteries or just give you a "green light" that the batteries are good to use? I always use an ATV battery with my Omega Firing system and have all my equipment ran to them. It is only 4 pieces and I never had any issues. I am hoping to get a couple more 32 units with the awesome sale you have going on to the end of the year.






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