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Battery Tester

    • Tennywang
      Subscriber

      I'd like to get a digital battery tester because I have a lot of battery-related equipment and work for others. I don't want a POS and would rather stay for less than $100. Are there any suggestions? I dislike having to remove the battery and transport it to a parts store for inspection. I was advised to look for an ancient Snap-on MT 1552, but it is a massive machine. Furthermore, there must be a compelling reason to purchase another tool. Thanks.

    • Chinmay T
      Ansys Employee
      Hi It looks like the question does not belong to simulation or physics related but on battery tester.
      So as Ansys employees, we may not be able to provide you correct advice.
      We will leave it to the forum community who can guide you better.
      Thanks Chinmay
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