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    Blinky Balancer

    Blinky balancer.
    When your charge is complete do you leave the blinky on any longer. Leaving the blinky on say a day how much battery draw would that be? Minimum?

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    RE: Blinky Balancer

    dunno... usually is measured in micro amps, and would take a week or more to drain a pack from 3v per cell to 2.7v per cell... least that is how most of them are.

    Maybe someone else has some specific info. I would take it off of the balancer when it's done blinking if you can.
    I don\'t always check every thread I respond to, so feel free to PM me

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    RE: Blinky Balancer

    Long Long time it only drains high cell at app. 100mA so if balanced only circuit current which is low 10mA maybe.
    Rich

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    RE: Blinky Balancer

    Long Long time it only drains high cell at app. 100mA so if balanced only circuit current which is low 10mA maybe.
    I unplug mine when I unplug from charger after full charge because I will never remember later[>:]
    Rich


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