Also, it might be interesting to find the testing criteria established by International Electrotechnical Commission for battery testing.
*charge capacity and mAh estimates based on Panasonic internal IEC 61951-2(7.3.2) testing.
**Recharge cycles based on testing method established by IEC 61951-2(220.127.116.11)
Obviously, only some of the battery types have existed for 5 years and virtually no LSD have existed for 10 years so there must be some way of calculating self discharge out to that time limit. In addition the cycle counts, have they really performed 2100 cycles? (note: they do have more advanced industry testing equipment such as a Cadex C8000 ) - perhaps they use Weibull probability plots?Battery Reliability Testing
Cadex C800 abilities:
- * Maximum Charge/Discharge Current 30mA to 10A set in 1mA increments
20A maximum discharge rate using Dual Power Port cable
*Nickel-based: Constant current; negative slope or plateau timer, trickle charge