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scoobyrs25 05-01-2016 04:01 AM

PL6 error power status=reduced cell sum error
Like the title says. Every time I try to charge, I eventually get this error:

Power Status = Reduced(Cell sum error)

I'm using the MPA adapter and the charger is set to XH.

scoobyrs25 05-01-2016 04:38 AM

This seems to only happen during any kind of parallel charge. All good with only one pack.

birdDog 05-01-2016 04:51 AM

Are you starting with your packs relatively close in voltage for a para charge? I chose a different para board due to hearing some bad things about the polyfuses on the MPA.

birdDog 05-01-2016 04:57 AM

"A "polyfuse" is a fuse made from a polymer. It is a fuse that after it has "blown" will self heal; that is after several days, it will (almost) behave as if nothing has happened."


So I bought an unfused board and only para charge with packs similar in voltage.

birdDog 05-01-2016 03:23 PM

I also suggest checking all batteries separately to insure you don't have one with an open balance lead.

tobydogs 05-02-2016 02:27 AM

i get that same alarm when charging the 4cell packs 4 at a time at a higher charge rest on the pl6. restart the charger and reduce to a slower rate and they are fine. sadly,these are 4000 and 5500mah packs and take forever to charge compared to the small 1000- 1300mah packs which charge 6 at a time and never trigger the alarm/warning of cell count being off.

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