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Old 07-02-2008, 11:58 AM   #1
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Default LiPo charging HELP!!!!

i'm old school at nitro, but a noob at electric, guys.

i have a triton 2 charger, running off 12v power supply and i have a flight power EVO 30 premium 4500 2s battery.

what settings do i need to use to charge this thing? i have the "blinky", btw.
the triton is asking me to set the Pb charge and discharge settings and i dont know what they should be. its wanting the amperage and voltage for each setting.
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You should be in the lipo mode first off. The Pb is the lead acid mode or 12v battery charging mode. You are going to want to charge at 4.5amps and the battery voltage setting should be 2s or 7.4V
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