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pocketlader set-up ? ?

Old 01-29-2006, 02:25 AM
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Default pocketlader set-up ? ?

Hi guys, I bought a pocketlader on friday and a11.1 li-poly battery and tried it today, first flight was 13 minutes (with my super sportster EP) and powerful. 2nd flight (charge) was lame and 3 minutes top. I think my charger may not be well set-up. anyone used the pocketlader with stock li-po set-up ? Firmware is version 1.61. Or could it be something else ? Note that I'm new to li-poly and this cc/cv technology is losing me and the manual does'nt help much !
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Old 02-15-2006, 06:07 PM
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Default RE: pocketlader set-up ? ?

If you are refering to the Orbit Pocketlader, then there is not much programming to do but use the set button and the arrows to go into Lipo charging mode and then just input the charge current you will be using, connect the battery and make sure your bettery is the same as your charger is seeing and start charging. Disconnect the battery when the charger starts flashing its red led. That should be it.
Go here http://www.orbitronic.de/ to get the latest firmware for you Pocketlader you do have your interface cables right if no you will not be able to upgrade the firmware.
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