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Old 06-19-2016, 05:01 PM   #21
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Re: High C lipo charge state degradation?

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Like I've said before in my opinion..........horse pucky!!!!!!! You can diddle with your batteries to your hearts content me I'm going to fly them.

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Old 06-19-2016, 06:53 PM   #22
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Re: High C lipo charge state degradation?

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In my experience and opinion what you advocate as necessary is not. Your arrogance is typical of most self professed experts who talk down to anyone who doesn't adhere or agree to the advice they post. You have no idea the state of my batteries and only further show your elitist attitude by referring to them as flown out. Do you consider everyone who doesn’t adhere to your advice as flying “flown out batteries” or is it some crude attempt at a personal dig? How droll.

Consider this how many other lipo powered gadgets does one own? Any special care as far as storage charging do you take with them. Most Bluetooth gadgets are powered with tiny lipo batteries. They last for years no special storage charging for them either. My cameras might sit for quite some time before I dig them out and all of them still use the original lipos that came with them. I have a 6 and a 5 year old laptop that for much of the time sits plugged in 24/7. If I remember I try and unplug the battery but it doesn’t always happen. Original batteries still working fine.

Lord almighty next will come the battle of the experts, charts, graphs, quotes even titles and doctorates in the field to justify their position each attempting to out do each other with their level of expertise. HOOOO HAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Many of us have been using lipos since they first came on the scene without extensive testing or lab equipment relying solely on common sense. Of course that may mean little when surrounded with all those charts and graphs. LOL

Have at it fellas this may get entertaining after all.

No Dennis, your arrogance is shining through. 'We are talking fully charged lipos here and you keep switching the subject to your flown out batteries.
Its like you intentionally want to mislead readers here.

Also, most Li-on powered devices have self-discharge circuitry built in.
Charge a camcorder battery today, 1 month later it's "dead" (Not really dead, discharged. Charge it up and its fine)
Model airplane batteries have NO discharge circuitry.

Lets stick to the subject at hand- whether or not to leave fully charged lipos siting around for prolonged periods of time.
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