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Old 08-31-2008, 08:21 AM   #1
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Default Intellect IP3800 miah 25c ??

Does anyone have or know where i can find any information on the Intellect IP3800 miah 25c lipo's.
I have looked around and can't seem to find much on them.

Any help would be great
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Old 08-31-2008, 08:25 AM   #2
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Not sure what info your looking for,But here is some spec's in below link. Packs run really well and to date have seen NO issues. performance is among the best anywhere.....

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http://www.express-motorsports.net/c...f95665e726b6f8
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I'm quite new in LIPO , can I ask how much can I charge this lipo? is it 3.8 amps or I can go higher?
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4-5 amps is most common, Also safest for sure. Some vetran racers are charging from 5-6 amps. Also try and store lipos with 1/2 to 3/4 charge and never run below 6 volts on these packs......
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I am also new to lipo after finishing race do I discharge down to 6 volts and put back half charge for storage? I am charging at 6 and 8 amps will that do any harm to the pack?
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I personally do. Down to 6 volts and charge 1/2 way that way I know exactally how much charge is in pack. I also personally charge at a higher rate too like you and have no issues......
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I am also new to lipo after finishing race do I discharge down to 6 volts and put back half charge for storage? I am charging at 6 and 8 amps will that do any harm to the pack?
Yes! 8 amps is beyond 2c charge rate and could harm your packs. I stick to 1c personally (3.8 amps), and I'd do as advised...not go over 5.

No need to discharge. Just check voltage and store at 7.7-8.0 volts.
Here is a good rule of thumb for voltage and mah left in pack.

Resting Voltage for LiPo batteries

1S 2S 3S

100% 4.20 8.40 12.60
90 4.13 8.26 12.39
80 4.06 8.12 12.18
70 3.99 7.98 11.97
60 3.92 7.84 11.76
50 3.85 7.70 11.55
40 3.78 7.56 11.34
30 3.71 7.42 11.13
20 3.64 7.28 10.92
10 3.57 7.14 10.71
0% 3.50 7.00 10.50
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Thanks guys for the info.

So that's why my IP3800 is giving "voltage too low" on my charger? I did not store it with enough charge, now It wont charge
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