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Old 03-26-2007, 06:05 AM   #1
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Default Charging LiPo with SJ Propo Supernova Comp

Hi Guys,

I've got a Supernova Competition charger and a LBC-6C Li-Po cell Balancer.

Unfortunatly the instructions are not very clear and my knowledge of Lipo is...

Hard Case = Good

So...

Firstly, What Paramters should I configure the charger with?

Secondly, who should it all be plugged up? It seems that the LBC-6C is designed to connect to the Supernova's power out puts and then connect to the LiPo using a multi stranded connector. There is a servo lead that connects a port (next to the Temp. Sensor port) on the supernova to the Balancer.

All assistance appricated....
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