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Quantum 3 Low Voltage Cutoff for Lipo's?

Old 08-09-2006, 11:08 AM
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Default Quantum 3 Low Voltage Cutoff for Lipo's?

The Quantum 3 is advertised as being compatible with Lithium Polymer batteries, but I can't find anything in the specifications that mention a Low Voltage Cutoff to prevent the Lipo cells from being over-discharged. Has anyone seen anything in the Q3 literature about this feature?

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Old 08-09-2006, 11:29 AM
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i have been using the 4800 lipo with no problems at all with any speedo.
i can run that battery around 20 min
all i do i as soon as it starts to dump i stop. i have not had any problems at all, the cool thing is you can charge it and it can sit, i did not use it for 5-6 weeks and went to the track and ran till my brushless over heats, thats about 15 min of hard running in a t 4 truck, let it cool down and run 5 more min, lol
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Old 08-09-2006, 11:47 AM
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Where is the Q3 in stock? As far as I know it's not available anywhere.
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My bad. I thought they were already on the market. I'll have to edit my post.
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