Correct charging voltage

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Correct charging voltage

Post  Fboss38 on Mon Jul 07, 2008 8:58 am

I charge using a Mastech HY5020E power supply, not a dedicated charger. It has adjustable voltage and current. My question is this, what should I use as the "chrarge to voltage" per cell. If the answer was/is 3.3, then Id set my voltage to 6.6 for a 2s pack. What I have been doing is seting voltage at 3.7v or 7.4 for a 2s. Id like to know what it should be per cell. Also since Im here what can I expect my voltage drop to be under load. I will be using a 10s set up on a Tango 10-08 (800KV) motor. Just to put some numbers out, say a 10S pack charged at 3.5 volts per cell, would equal 35 charged volts. whats my voltage under load gonna be? and how fast is that drop seen in the system?

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Re: Correct charging voltage

Post  ramboman on Wed Oct 01, 2008 1:30 am

Correct charge voltave is 3.6V per cell.
Don't forget to use a diode to avoid pack to discharge in the Mastech.
Better to have a wattmeter after the diode to check process.

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