Originally Posted by garyp1029
Interesting. I tried to discharge my 3s 3300 at 3A, and the discharge rate on my 106b automatically and instantly dropped to 1.2A. This happened on both the "discharge" and the "storage" functions. I guess 1.2A is the max.
As noted above, discharge is limited by both amp limit and power limit. For anything other than single or two cell batteries it's usually the discharge power limit that is the deciding factor. The 106b has a 20W power limit which should allow a 3s battery to discharge at around 1.6A. The discharge power is adjustable in the software so you might want to check that it's set at the full 20W rating.
If faster discharging is something that you want from your charger you need to look for the discharge power rating in the spec. Generally though you need to get a high end charger to get decent discharge power rating.