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Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by brandonaldred, Feb 3, 2016.

  1. brandonaldred

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    So, I've got the warnings saying I need to fully discharge my batteries and then recharge. I've tried it multiple times and the message is not going away. I have three batteries that all have this same issue. Has anyone else ran into this and been able to fix it?

    Thanks!
     
  2. PAEROS

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    Did you rig up a system to drain the batteries? I'm using a 3 charger setup with light bulbs soldered onto two of the ports.


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  4. brandonaldred

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    I have not, but does that really matter? I've put the battery in the copter and left it on until the battery won't turn on anymore which would essentially be the same thing right?
     
  5. PAEROS

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    No I honestly don't think it's quite the same. But I'm not 100% on that sorry.


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  6. Mad_angler1

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    Fully charge, fly down to 10% and auto land then leave the I1 one to till the battery turns its self off

    Then fully recharge

    That should reset the warning.
     
  7. MrDRC

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    NICE!

    That seems like a really great way to discharge. Anyone have further input? Can this effect the battery cycling properties?

    BTW...if you ever want to upgrade your soldering equipment consider a Hakko unit. They are awesome soldering stations and great for precision work. Pin point accuracy with bare minimum heat transfer to a PCB. Especially handy if you are soldering close to traces.