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Old 04-30-2011, 04:42 AM
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Does anyone have a hobbyking accucel 6? If so, how do I charge a Turnigy 2s nano-tech lipo seeing as though the plug from the battery is different from the cable supplied with the charger? Usually when charging my 6s batteries i connect both the jst plug and the power cable to the charger. Is it necessary to plug in both the cables when I charge the nanotech battery? Included is a photo of the battery. Sorry if i confused anyone with my question.
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Old 04-30-2011, 04:48 AM
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I have the accel. When charging those I put two wires in the end of the connector and use the aligator clips with the charger until I make a harness. You dont have to use the JST but I would for data and to balance charge.
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and why didn't i think of that earlier. cheers mate!
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