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I am: Max P.
Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: Aurora, Ontario
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Re: Using 3S lipo on a brushed motor buggy
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You will need a Lipo Voltage alarm.
I like this one because its LOUD and the voltage alarm level is programmable from 2.9V/Cell all the way up to 3.8V/cell.
I usually set mine to 3.5V/Cell, and the rebound voltage after unplugging is 3.8V/Cell, which is perfect for storage mode.
For Nano-tech's, I set the alarm for 3.6V/cell because it has a lower rebound level. (Even though the alarm voltage is set higher, the Nano's give the same or better run time than regular Lipo's). If I run Nano's to 3.5V/Cell, they rebound to 3.7 after unplugging. 3.6V gets them to 3.8 after unplugging.
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