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Old 07-31-2010, 07:52 PM   #1
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What is the correct voltage per cell for storing Lipo's?
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fyi bantom chargers have a lipo storge setting the charger will do all the work you just push the button.
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and how long a "storage" time is required to do this.
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I just got a new Hyperion Duo3 and it's storage is at 3.0Volts per cell.
Is that OK? I just thought that sounded low.

I know when my battery hits lipo cut off with my Tekin RS it is at around 3.4V per cell.
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I just got a new Hyperion Duo3 and it's storage is at 3.0Volts per cell.
Is that OK? I just thought that sounded low.

I know when my battery hits lipo cut off with my Tekin RS it is at around 3.4V per cell.
The best storage value is around 3,7-3,85V per cell
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I just got a new Hyperion Duo3 and it's storage is at 3.0Volts per cell.
Is that OK? I just thought that sounded low.

I know when my battery hits lipo cut off with my Tekin RS it is at around 3.4V per cell.
That sounds very low. Do you have the settings right?

I have the Hyperion 0606i and the "store" mode takes the cells down to around 3.9V.

I would say anything below 3.7V (the nominal voltage of the cell) is too low.
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I just got a new Hyperion Duo3 and it's storage is at 3.0Volts per cell.
Is that OK? I just thought that sounded low.

I know when my battery hits lipo cut off with my Tekin RS it is at around 3.4V per cell.
I suspect the 3.0V per cell value you are seeing is for the discharge setting.

The storage process is separate, it will go to about 3.85V per cell. (7.7V for a 2S) Charge or discharge as needed. Seems to be in the range of many if not most recommendations.
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Clint, does your Duo3 storage work for 1s packs? Thanks.
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What is the correct voltage per cell for storing Lipo's?
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ask the manufacture,not every one is the same
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The common wisdom is basically 50-60% charge so simply charge em normally till the hit 8.0v (2s) then stop and pack away. I also use the storage mode on my charger between meets and have had awesome packs for a long time now though I think that is far more to do with the brand than storing them.
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The common wisdom is basically 50-60% charge so simply charge em normally till the hit 8.0v (2s) then stop and pack away. I also use the storage mode on my charger between meets and have had awesome packs for a long time now though I think that is far more to do with the brand than storing them.
I think allso that brand is critical to lipo life, can PM me what brands u think are best.
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around 3.7v-3.9v per/cell
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