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Versión actual por: Isaac ,

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Most often you will find 33/4 pins on the pad. +/- are the outside 2 pins and the monitoring line islines is/are the center. You would connect your MM to the outer 2 pins. If you get a negative value, it just means your leads are reversed.
Most often you will find 33/4 pins on the pad. +/- are the outside 2 pins and the monitoring line islines is/are the center. You would connect your MM to the outer 2 pins. If you get a negative value, it just means your leads are reversed.
 
Note: There isn’t really a risk to trial and error here, the MM is not going to damage the battery if you pick the wrong lead because it will not be a complete circuit until you have found the +/- pins
 
 
 
Edit: Found a YouTube video, but it is sort of hard to see the work-piece. It should be relatively the same process for any LiOn battery, just the connector might be different:
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgrIUUR2xP0

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Editado por: Isaac ,

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Most often you will find 3 pins on the pad. +/- are the outside 2 pins and the monitoring line is the center. You would connect your MM to the outer 2 pins. If you get a negative value, it just means your leads are reversed.
 
Note: There isn’t really a risk to trial and error here, the MM is not going to damage the battery if you pick the wrong lead because it will not be a complete circuit until you have found the +/- pins
 
 
 
Edit: Found a YouTube video, but it is sort of hard to see the work-piece. It should be relatively the same process for any LiOn battery, just the connector might be different:
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgrIUUR2xP0

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Aporte original por: Isaac ,

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Most often you will find 3 pins on the pad.  +/- are the outside 2 pins and the monitoring line is the center.  You would connect your MM to the outer 2 pins.  If you get a negative value, it just means your leads are reversed.

Note: There isn’t really a risk to trial and error here, the MM is not going to damage the battery if you pick the wrong lead because it will not be a complete circuit until you have found the +/- pins

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