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Old 10-21-2009, 09:54 AM
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Sorry in advance if this is a dumb question... however, I am VERY new to all of this electric RC car stuff and want to make sure I don't screw up $500 in batteries and/or a $500 battery charger with DC Power Supply.

I bought and received my Hyperion EOS 0615i Duo3 charger yesterday and am curious on the exact steps I need to go through to get them working with my SMC 9000mAh/28C/2S/7.4V, Soft Case Lipo batteries. Is as easy as plugging in my batteries, connecting the balancers, and holding the enter button to start charging... or do I need to setup and memorize the batteries? If so, can someone provided a detailed setup for my particular batteries?

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Old 10-21-2009, 09:34 PM
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Nevermind, I have ran through the manual and figured it out. The only thing I want to confirm is this:
If I set my TCS END ACTION to CONTINUE... will it just trickle charge the LiPo battery to keep it at 100% or will it constantly feed full power into the LiPo and overcharge it?
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It will just hold and maintain.

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