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After full chrage, TB48 battery shows 4.31V per cell

Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by reto1191, Jun 5, 2016.

  1. reto1191

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    After charging one of my brand new TB48 batteries the 2nd or 3rd time, I was surprised to see the voltage showing 4.31V / 4,32V per cel, see attached screenshot. I always charged with one of my two DJI chargers.

    What's wrong?
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  2. KyleMaxxUav

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    I think you are fine .. Maybe just an older battery


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  3. The Editor

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    Nothing - go fly!
     
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    Totally normal to see 4.31/4.32 on a correctly charged to 100% DJI battery... enjoy... :cool:
     
  5. reto1191

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    I just don't understand that I bought two TB48 batteries at the same time, in the same store, one battery with the normal 4.20V per cell max and one with 4.30V per cell max. I always thought that in the LiPo world, 01.V really matters. Obviously I missed something.

    Any hints or further clarifications welcome.
     
  6. The Editor

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    No - 4.2 IS NOT the max of Inspire packs.
    Normal Lipos will top out at 4.2v per cell however the Inspire uses the newer Li-HV packs which have a top out at 4.43v per cell. This is clearly stated in the manual (assuming you have read it) on page 20.

    Stop worrying - go fly.