Many applications may cause the cell voltage to dip below the minimum required operating voltage
of the user's device. If the device cannot handle this dip in voltage (i.e., reset, turn-off, fail, etc.), then the
cells must be "depassivated" prior to use. Depassivation consists of placing a resistive load or a constant
load on the cell for a short period of time. The purpose of this is to pre-condition the cell to where it does not drop
below the minimum voltage of the device once the load is applied. This is done by advancing the discharge past the point
of the voltage dip.
Contact our office for specific instructions.