Hi, putting my NESE modules back together as I’m diagnosing a power cutout issue, and I decided to individually charge each cell to make sure I’m all topped off to start with.
Problem is, my efest charger seems to be fairly inaccurate. It stops charging when it thinks the cell is at 4.2v, but often it actually stops at 4.18 or 4.17v. I bought a Fluke 101 with a 0.5% accuracy so it could just be an inaccurate reading as well.
I’m wondering if a difference that small will have a major effect in the pack? Say I’ve got 5 parallel, some being 4.2v and some being 4.18v. The multimeter reads 4.18v total, so if I assembled this and put it together, would the cells inserted at 4.2v overcharge to 4.22v and become dangerous?