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Old 03-20-2020, 04:24 PM
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I have a X1 Touch and was hoping for someone to help me with charging parameter / settings for a Reaction 2 2S 7.4 V 50C 4000 MAH battery. Previous setting were for a much larger Trakpower Battery which I no longer use...
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one c would be a 4 amp charge and you can go up if you need. whats the suggested C rate on that battery do that
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Old 03-20-2020, 05:00 PM
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one c would be a 4 amp charge and you can go up if you need. whats the suggested C rate on that battery do that

thanks, specs are below. sorry, this is the one true deficiency out of all my hobbies... help is greatly appreciated. just looking for a safe, quick, balanced charge.

Balance Lead Length: 2.16 in (55.0mm) Battery Balance Connector: JST-XH Battery Type: LiPo Battery Voltage: 7.4V Capacity: 4000mAh Cell Configuration: 2S1P Charge Protection Circuitry: No Connector Type: EC3 Discharge Lead Length: 3.54 in (90.0mm) Hard Case: Yes Height: 0.98 in(25mm) Length: 3.78 in (96mm) Maximum Charge Rate: 3C Maximum Continuous Discharge Rate: 50C Normal/Standard Charge Rate: 1C Shape: Rectangular Watt Hours: 29.6Wh Weight: ? Width: 1.85 in (47mm) Wire Gauge: 12 AWG
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so its a 1 C charge rate . so 4 amps.
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The C rating is the battery capacity. So if your battery is 4000mah its 1amp per 1000mah - 4000mah @ 1xCapacity = 4amps, If you were charging at 2c that would be [email protected] = 8amps
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