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I have a new S107G coming while I wait for a part for my current one. Until I read this forum I didn't know you had to let the battery cool down. To make sure I look after my new S107G can you tell me if I have got this right
1) Take helicopter out of package and charge fully.
2) Let the battery cool down for 15 minutes before using the helicopter.
3) Use the helicopter. Never let the battery fully drain.
4) Let the battery cool down for 15 minutes before charging the helicopter again.
fly like you stole it
Some mad dudes I follow on Youtube that are in New Zealand-video on lipo
Canadians aren't the only ones with that accent, northerners do to. "Iem au noortherner ay?"
True dat. I used to be a truck driver, and a lot of times when a southerner heard my northern Illinois accent (I can see Wisconsin from my house) they would ask if I was Canadian.
Great idea on the timer thing Nova! I'm going to start putting my cell phone alarm to better use, and set it to remind me I'm charging, so I don't feel anxious about leavig the room while it is charging!
That is what I do it works. and BTW like the beard
It says, say something here --- so I have
Anyone out there using a Triton or similar peak detecting charger ? Just curious how many milliamps to charge these 150mah Lipo's at. How many ma do the USB charge cables give em ? My rate chart starts at 600ma Lipo's. Says 200ma for slow charge, and 400ma for fast charge. Im thinkin 100ma will have to do as 200ma might be a bit much. These are 1c batts, right ? Any thoughts ? My first S107G should be here tomorrow. Dennis
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