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Old 01-06-2006, 10:27 AM
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Hi I just got a new Thunder Power 3s 11.1 1320mAh Pro Lite battery. My multimeter shows it has 11.8V now, the shop I bought it from says that a full charge is 12.5V, and not to drain it past 9.9V.

I just wanted to confirm that it is in fact safe to charge up to 12.5V, as I hadn't read that before.

Also, will the li-po charger that came with my Honey Bee CP2 be suitable for charging this new battery? it puts out 12.8V

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Dunno about the Honey Bee charger, but the Thunder Power 3s 1320 Pro Lites top off at exactly 12.60V on my Triton.

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Old 01-06-2006, 03:31 PM
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Default RE: question about 3S li-po voltage

12.6v for max, 9.0v for min...

sorry don't know about the charger... I use an AccuCycle Elite and a Multiplex LN-5014

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