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Balancing with Orion Avionics SBS Lipo Balancer

Old 02-21-2007, 02:10 PM
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Default Balancing with Orion Avionics SBS Lipo Balancer

I was wondering how the maxamps batteries can be balanced with the Team Orion Avionics Stability Balancing System (SBS). Will the plugs that come with the batteries accept this balancer?

I was wondering because I'm interested in the 3s 4000HV Lipo and I use the Orion Avionics Advanced Flight Charger and will soon be using their SBS for balancing my lipos.

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Old 02-22-2007, 07:30 PM
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Default RE: Balancing with Orion Avionics SBS Lipo Balancer

Our available taps are the Apache/Hyperion taps, TP taps, FMA CellPro taps and the Astro blinky taps.........you would have to check with orion avionics to see what type of taps they use.
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Default RE: Balancing with Orion Avionics SBS Lipo Balancer

The Team Orion Avionics SBS balancer comes JST EH type connectors.

I am also looking for a balancer. What kind of adapters do I have to buy in order to use this balancer on the Hyperion plugs on my Maxamps lipo?
Old 03-06-2007, 06:12 PM
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Default RE: Balancing with Orion Avionics SBS Lipo Balancer

David if you can....please call MaxAmps Direct at 888-654-4450........explain to them what you have.......and they should be able to help you out....wether it be a new balancer or connectors.

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