You want to have the higher pulse/max discharge current numbers on your batteries.
I want vapers to be safe and to know the true ratings of the batteries they use.
Right now all of the "pulse" and "max discharge" numbers are useless because there is no standard for setting these ratings. There's no way to compare one battery's pulse/max numbers with another's. This is unacceptable and causes a great deal of confusion within the community.
I have a proposal for you.
Let's get together and set the testing methods to use for establishing a true pulse rating. A single, carefully defined standard that would help measure performance but also keep vapers within safe limits for the battery. Along with the continuous current rating this pulse rating would help vapers choose the battery that is best for the way they vape.
If there is enough interest we can discuss what you'd like see included in the testing or I can propose a testing standard and we can start from there.
I can also propose a standardized testing equipment setup that can be used for testing to set the pulse rating and for posting results if you would want that to be part of your marketing.
The OEM Samsung, Sony, LG, and Panasonic/Sanyo batteries that vapers use would be tested by me and their pulse ratings posted.
The benefits for any company doing this should be obvious. I'm hoping you will join me in working towards creating a pulse rating that vapers can trust when shopping and feel safe using when vaping!
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