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The traditional Box Photo 

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Ooooo a T shirt 

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I dont have scales here but she feels very light

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She came with HV pack Sanyo LI-Ion3 7v 2.5mAh

Any ideas what setting to charge it on ?

Do I just charge as a NiHm, a Ni Cad ?

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LS8-18

You can do if you like fireworks! :blink:

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satinet

Er no.

Nice model but seriously!

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satinet

Charge it as a 2s lipo if the max voltage is 4.2v per cell. Check the specs.

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Steve J
8 minutes ago, Allen Elliott said:

She came with HV pack Sanyo LI-Ion3 7v 2.5mAh

Is there a model number on the cells?

It almost certainly should be charged as a LiPo at less that 2.5A, but I would find and check the datasheet first.

Steve

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5 minutes ago, Steve J said:

Is there a model number on the cells?

It almost certainly should be charged as a LiPo at less that 2.5A, but I would find and check the datasheet first.

Steve

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7 minutes ago, Steve J said:

Is there a model number on the cells?

It almost certainly should be charged as a LiPo at less that 2.5A, but I would find and check the datasheet first.

Steve

NCR18650PF

NCR-18650PF.pdf

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Allen Elliott

My Charger requires the balance lead to be connected for LIPOs

All i get is balance connection error

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satinet

I take it they didn't solder a balance lead to the battery pack then?

The battery is actually 2900mah. 

Without taking a trips to Boringsville (too late) the time it takes to fully charge a lipo isn't as influenced by the charge current as you might think. The CC/CV  - constant current, constant voltage - method, once the voltage hits the max set the charge current decays so that the end time to the charge tends to be quite long anyway.

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Allen Elliott

I'll hack it with a balance lead then :) 

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satinet

That might depend on how they've done it. It should be easy to attach to the top and the bottom of the pack, obviously, but you need to get the third wire to the junction of the two cells.

If it's welded together it might be hard. I guess you could solder to the outside of the cell in theory, but never done it. 

 

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Andy_B

you cant use lead now ...its dangerous to swans 

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isoaritfirst

Very nice looking model Allen. 

 

 

 

 

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