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Old 07-11-2007, 06:55 AM   #46
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That is why I specified the cutoff voltage.
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Originally Posted by TAMIYAMANUK View Post
no need ask round you will find array of storys about Lipo
that depend's on who you ask in the first place
and by the sound of it from your I'll informed one's

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Originally Posted by adamge View Post
Sime, to see the full capacity put back in the by the charger you need to discharge the lipo completely. To do that, you need to discharge it at 4.8A, and cutoff the discharge at about 3.5V. It'll probably cost you some cycle life, though.

If you discharge your lipos you will cause severe damage to the cells.
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